Croatia

Across the Strait from Corsica are two Sardinias, divided by the fantastic sounds and passages of the Maddalena islands. Both Sardinias have fabulously sculpted white/pink granite rocks slashing through fragrant scrub, and beaches of sintered white coral, but one is touristy with modern villas, trattoria and campsites, albeit low density by Med standards, the other is Palm Springs by the sea.

This is Costa Smeralda, a 34-mile stretch of coast that is the playground for yachts, be they racing at the exclusive Yacht Club Costa Smeralda or cruising, with Cala di Volpe routinely populated by fabulous superyachts.

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Split, Brac & Hvar

Croatia’s second city of Split is the source of much regional pride, enjoying a fierce rivalry with Zagreb in everything from fashion to football. This is a modern, bustling port city with street life centred on the waterfront Riva, crowded with open-air cafes. The main sights are situated around Diocletian’s Palace and on the Marjan Peninsula to the west. The best-known attraction on Brac may be the beach at Zlatni Rat, but there is more to the island than that.

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Dubrovnik, Korcula & Mljet

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Zadar, Dugi Otok & Konati Islands

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