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Honeymoon in Croatia 


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Why spend your honeymoon in Croatia? It's romantic! After all, Agatha Christie spent her honeymoon in Dubrovnik and she was certainly not the last to do so. Dubrovnik is only one of the many romantic places in Croatia. You can explore a remote island, relax on a deserted beach, or spoil yourself in one of Croatia's luxury hotels. I've devised a wonderful itinerary for honeymooners.

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Check out these honeymoon ideas:

Pamper yourselves in one of Croatia's new and luxurious spa hotels. Whether wrapped in mud or seaweed, getting a relaxing massage, sweating in a sauna or paddling up to a pool bar, it's the ultimate in romance. Find out more about Croatia's spa hotels.

Take a cruise along Croatia's spectacular coast. You can go island hopping in northern, central or southern Dalmatia. Active travellers can combine the cruise with a cycling or trekking discovery of the islands. Find out more about cruising in Croatia.

Charter a boat and sail the seas on your own! This presumes, of course, that you already have some sailing skills. What could be more romantic than gliding down Croatia's azure seas in your own boat? Find out more about chartering a boat in Croatia.

For a honeymoon unlike the others, stay in a Croatian lighthouse!. It will be just you and your beloved in a lighthouse on a remote islet. You can rent a boat, swim, laze in the sun and contemplate the sunset. Know that lighthouse rentals are by the week only--from Saturday to Saturday. You'll also need a cellphone to keep in touch with civilization. See more about lighthouse rentals.

Need more personal advice? Contact me to arrange for a special honeymoon consultation.



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