You’re going to LOVE coming to Cavtat with me in May!
Here are 10 reasons why…

Croatia is Ideal for Travelers with many Different Interests — You don’t have to be a painter, you can come play with art or enjoy everything else Croatia has to offer, like seeing the sights.

The Turquoise Water — The sea is crystal clear. Caveat has miles of coastline with beaches to take your breath away. Beautiful stone formations line the shore. Swimming, kayaking and fishing are all possible here.

Fresh Seafood and Great Local Wines — Croatian cuisine is a delectable combination of classic Mediterranean and Italian flavor with a new-world twist. Croatian prices are surprisingly reasonable, especially compared to nearby European countries. You likely will not find a better value for your US dollar. A full meal in a beautiful restaurant by the sea is around $12.

Stunningly Spectacular Scenery — Much of Croatia’s appeal lies outdoors in the beauty and diversity of its landscapes, with mountains dropping dramatically to the sea. Check out Cavtat’s twin peninsulas!

Leisurely Walks — Down narrow cobbled streets and the pine-draped promenade (above) or walk the massive city walls in Dubrovnik where you’ll find a fast-paced city atmosphere.

The Climate — Located east of Italy across the Adriatic Sea, Croatia is one of the sunniest regions on the Mediterranean basin. Sunsets are astounding here!

Plein Air Painting — Croatia is a perfect place for painting on location. There’s much within easy walking distance to grab your attention and more just a boat ride away. Old architecture, stunning vistas, seascapes and charming locals — Croatia has it all!

Laid-back Vibe — Caveat has the relaxed tempo of a coastal town. It’s nourishment for your soul! A popular destination for Europeans, Croatia’s tourist season isn’t in full swing in May. You can have the place all to yourself.

Friendly People — Smiling faces will greet you in Croatia. Its unique cultural heritage includes traditional dancing in colorfully embroidered costumes.

Fascinating History — Croatia is home to sites ranging from medieval castles to gorgeously preserved Roman ruins. This is a night time view of the castle of Sokol Grad, up in the mountains overlooking Cavtat.

BONUS! Elsewhere in Croatia — you’ll find incredible national parks,

a popular Modern art museum and some of the best island beaches in Europe.

Croatia has thousands of islands and islets.