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Beaches to dive for with Hidden Croatia
By Nenad N. Bach | Published  07/31/2007 | Tourism | Unrated
Diving Croatia has never been easier
Beaches to dive for with Hidden Croatia

30 July 2007



Zlatni Rat, Island of Brac

With the British summer still in hiding, the need to search out summer sun becomes ever stronger - and where better than the sundrenched Croatian Coastline. Hidden Croatia, the leading specialist tour operator, brings you the most outstanding beaches and diving spots along this rugged and breathtaking coast.

The famous Zlatni Rat or Golden Horn Beach is found on the beautiful island of Brac, the largest island on the Dalmatian coast, famous for its untouched coves, glorious beaches and precious white stone - still mined today and used to build the White House!

This long, gently curving beach has space enough for everyone and is great for families with plenty of activities and water sports. Take full advantage of this beautiful island and stay at the Hotel Kastil on the harbour at Bol, prices start from 482.00 per person per week*.

For 5 star luxury close to the historic town of Split, stay at Le Meridien and stay active with the tennis courts, watersports, rock climbing and archery, pamper yourself in the spa or take a gamble in their Casino from 718 per person per week*.

Travelling south from the cosmopolitan city of Split down the mountainous Croatian coast will bring you to the pretty little resort towns of the Makarska Riviera. Framed by the magnificent Biokovo mountains, the pine-fringed beaches dotted along this coast are perfect for both relaxation and activity holidays, with a huge range of water sports on hand for all the family.

The 4 star Villa Andrea front directly onto the beach yet is convenient for the small town of Tucepi. Prices from 635.00 per person based on two sharing a standard double room, private transfers and BA flights from Gatwick Pack your goggles for unrivalled diving opportunities in the lush and unspoilt beauty of the Istria peninsula, often dubbed the new Tuscany because of its close proximity to neighbouring Italy.

This rugged coastline offers a wealth of underwater delights for the amateur diver. With numerous diving schools dotted along the coast line  why not stay in the charming Villa Ra located in Rovinjsko Selo, with immaculate gardens and a contemporary style you will feel truly spoilt, prices start from 1,014**.

*Prices are per person based on two people sharing a standard double with bed and breakfast for seven nights, including flights transfers.

**Villa price is accommodation only, price based on 8 people sharing in 4 double bedrooms.

For more information or to book, visit Hiddencroatia.com.

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