Travel challenge: coastal break in Croatia
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Saturday 06 April 2013
This week, a coastal break in Croatia. Prices are per person, based on two travelling together. Each includes a week's accommodation, transfers and flights from Gatwick to Croatia on Saturday 4 May, over the bank holiday.
Includes easyJet flights to Split and B&B at Hotel Riva on Hvar Island with a vineyard tour, waterside lunch at Milna and dinner in Malo Grablje. "Hvar's crystal-clear waters make it the perfect spot," says Lucy Sanderson (01865 265200; transun.co.uk).
Completely Croatia: £829
With Monarch flights to Dubrovnik, B&B at Hotel More, Lapad Bay, and a tour of Dubrovnik's Old Town. "Hotel More combines five-star luxury with amazing views," says Alison Jago (0800 970 9149; completelycroatia.co.uk).
Essentially Prestige: £421
With Norwegian flights to Dubrovnik and B&B at Hotel Orphee in Plat. "This well-run three-star property has a seawater infinity pool above the Adriatic and four pebble beaches nearby," says Nicky Shafe (01425 480400; prestigeholidays.co.uk).
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