Ivan Kusić Croatia
Hand-picked Croatia's island-hopping ideas
19 April 2018 Destinations

From relaxed, laid-back secluded islands, where you'll have nothing but to be with yourself to full of life, vibrating and exciting islands. Croatia has 1246 islands and they all have something in common: great food. Fresh fish from Adriatic Sea, locally produced vegetables and spices from grandma’s garden. So, which island should you choose for your next incentive event? We're here to help with our hand-picked selection.

 

Hvar island: the beetles ride

A short glimpse from historical Split, the sunniest Croatian island awaits. With 300 days of sun it is one of the most popular destinations with our clients. The Beetle tour on the island is often an incentive trip highlight, accompanied with lots of wine, olive oil and other local delights. Participants simply love it since it's fun, full of stops on the way, the views are simply breath-taking and riding beetle cars is simply cool.

Vis island: military tour

Vis island used to be called the key of Adriatic with a good reason: it used to be a major military vase in Yugoslavia. Visit labyrinths of tunnels, military subways, learn everything you always wanted to know about Tito and dive deep into Croatia's history. You might recognize Vis island in scenery from movie Mama Mia 2, where filming crew enjoyed the island.

Solta island: olive oil paradise

Have you ever met anyone that does not like olive oil or honey? We most certainly haven't, especially when your taste buds experience olive oil and honey at Solta island, located only 45 min away from Split by ferry. Meet the friendly locals and enjoy your day in a Mediterranean village, located in a typical rocky coastline. Picking up olives and making your own olive oil is not something you experience every day.

Visiting Hvar, Solta and Vis island on the same trip is indeed possible. Islands are connected by ferries and there is always an option to sail around, have fun with a speedboat or pamper your team with a yacht.

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