In recent months, I've received a number of emails from friends and friends of friends looking for advice on honeymooning in Croatia. So I thought a post on romantic Croatia would be a good reference for any future inquiries.
First, why Croatia for your honeymoon? It has beautiful ancient towns with well-preserved architecture; charming accommodations; fantastic food; barely touched nature; and over a thousand islands with idyllic beaches.
The coastal cities of Dubrovnik and Split and the island of Hvar are the main stops on most itineraries, and rightly so - each has a strong appeal. Just know there's a lot more to Croatia beyond these beautiful but obvious destinations. You can stay on distant islands; relax on secluded beaches; get pampered at one of Croatia's upscale hotels; and enjoy slow food meals at gourmet restaurants.
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