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8 days in north Croatia on a luxury yacht

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Pula, North Croatia
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Pula

Istria, in the northern part of superyacht hotspot Croatia, is one of the most popular holiday destinations for visitors to this magnificent region. Formerly a part of Italy during the early 20th century, the peninsula of Istria borders Slovenia and shares a maritime border with Italy, but overall still carries a strong Italian influence.

From the smaller holiday resort town of Umag to the most popular resort town of Porec and the historic old town in Rovinj, Istria is a destination that is not only rich in culture and history but is also enchanted by majestic scenery.

Whether you plan to discover this part of of Croatia on a luxury yacht charter or with your own private yacht you’re guaranteed a memorable adventure. 

Day 1:Pula

Fly to Pula in Istria and take in the sunset around Pula’s remarkable Roman amphitheatre. Even better, if it’s film festival time you can catch an open-air screening inside the arena. Dine in style at Valsabbion and savour innovative cuisine using the best of the region’s produce. After dinner, rejuvenate and enjoy the view from Valsabbion’s top floor spa and sleep the night away in the luxury of its exquisite rooms.

Picture courtesy of Opis Zagreb/Shutterstock.com

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