After the break-up of former Yugoslavian states, Croatia has done remarkably well, and it has almost become a favoured luxury destination for the rich of Western Europe. Croatia is famous for its archaeological sites, vineyards, historic towns, and also exclusive beaches and resorts. Dubrovnik in the southern part of Croatia is one of the most beautiful of all resort towns, and it withstood the travails of wars.
Now, Dubrovnik has become one of the most exclusive luxury destinations in Eastern Europe, and Croatian Villas are offering tourists different options to spend their stay at Dubrovnik. Croatia National Tourist Office explains that these various accommodations all come with a private spa and several other luxurious features.
One of these villas can be found in Orptalj in Kvarner region and it features scenic hilltop views of the Mirna Valley. You could also enjoy a Turkish bath, a Finnish Sauna and a Steam Room. Moreover, the area is expected to become a gourmet’s delight as it is known for its olives, truffles and wine.
On the Island of Brac, the Croatian National Tourist Office has set up another villa accommodation which can house 6 people and is within the reach of beaches and blue waters. Villas in Dubrovnik are there too, but they would be extravagant and expensive for those looking for a weekend stay.