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In Croatia, Edmiston can suggest itineraries in areas such as: Istria (north – which can be
combined with Venice), Split and Hvar or Dubrovnik in the south. Hvar achieves two opposing
things, being both unspoilt and very hip. Anchor close to Nikki Beach for action day or night.
Split has fun festivals throughout the summer and the Roman Palace of Diocletian is now
a mixture of antique and contemporary style. Dubrovnik is a fascinating city that combines well
with Porto Montenegro further south. In an incredible bay of beauty called Kotor, this small but
manicured port is fun for children, with a submarine museum and a spectacular beach club.
Follow the voyage of Odysseus through the Ionian islands of Paxos, Kefalonia and Zante.
Stop off to investigate sea caves, snorkel, scuba dive or cycle in olive groves and pine forests
before a well-earned dinner on your yacht.
In the Aegean, the Cyclades includes Santorini and Mykonos, a party invitation few people
seem able to resist. Delos is the island for history, myths and magical views.
Turkey’s Turquoise coast from Fethiye to Antalya is turning from unknown discovery to
full-blown euphoria. There is so much to do and see that many clients are returning each year
to swim with the dolphins, walk with the turtles, see the ancient ruins and bargain in the bazaars.