Visit the town of Sibenik, which is now a UNESCO World Heritage site.
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Fast growing in popularity as a holiday destination, now is the perfect time to discover the Mediterranean paradise of Croatia. Its coastline is one of the most attractive in the world – ruggedly beautiful beaches overlooking more than 1,000 gem-like islands set in the waters of the Adriatic, which change from ultramarine to azure as they approach the shore. This outstanding highlights tour takes in the grand capital city, Zagreb, the stunning Plitvice Lakes and the royal resort town of Sibenik, both UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and includes a visit to the majestic, walled city of Dubrovnik and many meals and city tours.
We travel south to one of the treasures of the Balkan Peninsula today and visit the Plitvice Lakes National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The National Park consists of an extraordinary complex of sixteen emerald-green lakes and pools, which, fed by the Korana River and other smaller streams, allow the waters to flow from one lake to the next forming a spectacular display of waterfalls and cascades. The surrounding mountains and forests are also home to bears, rare birds and other wildlife. We later arrive at the central Dalmatian town of Zadar. Situated on a sheltered peninsula with a picturesque harbour, Zadar’s St. Donat church is the largest Byzantine building in Croatia. Located in the centre of the old Roman Forum next to the church, the 12th century late Romanesque cathedral can be found, both of which bear testimony to Zadar’s colourful past.