The Adriatic Sea is one of the European hidden gems. Neatly tucked in between Italy, Croatia, Slovenia, Albania, and Montenegro, this area is known for its stunning beaches surrounded by pine forests, which makes the place unique to every visitor. Also, the Adriatic Sea is a great area that has luxury places and accommodation options suitable for celebrities and regular visitors alike. Therefore, if you want to visit the area and enjoy first-class luxury, then here are some modern places there that you should consider when planning the trip.
Dubrovnik is a coastal city in the southern part of Croatia, that’s been a tourist game for many decades. But, thanks to a smash hit TV series “Game of Thrones”, its popularity peaked mainly among the visitors who were also a fan of the show. The Old City in Dubrovnik has always been a well-known tourist spot, but since then, it’s become an absolute must-see place especially if you’re visiting for the first time. Dubrovnik offers a wide variety of accommodation types, so feel free to choose something that works for you. Hotel Bellevue is an excellent 5-star establishment that offers wonderful amenities, such as an indoor swimming pool and two restaurants. Also, its design has modern solutions such as glass and marble, combined with vintage decor elements such as pictures of Dubrovnik from the 1960s.
Trieste is located in northern Italy, close to Slovenian border. It is a perfect place if you enjoy history, shopping and beautiful views. There are quite a few must-see places, such as Miramare Castle overlooking the sea, Risiera di San Sabba Museum, a WWII memorial, and Unità d’Italia Square, the largest European square, also overlooking the sea. And when you’re done exploring, you can stay in boutique hotels, or more modern, bigger establishments. They’re all luxurious and the majority of them are close to bars, restaurants, and concert venues.
Montenegro has quite a few cinematic and beautiful places, the most notable ones being Kotor and Budva. But Tivat is a unique case, as it’s not only a home to one of the two functioning airports, but it also has Porto Montenegro, a luxurious yacht marine that is also a home to high-end boutiques and upscale restaurants. Also, if you’re looking to find luxury residences in the Adriatic area, then Porto Montenegro is the right place for you. Aside from this gem, Tivat is a great place if you enjoy hiking, since there are many hiking trails with breathtaking views.
Croatia is a home to many islands, and Hvar is probably the one everyone knows about. It also the four-biggest island, known for its exquisite nightlife and amazing beach parties. But besides partying, you might also visit St Stephen’s Cathedral, and the adjacent square. If you’re a fan of renaissance architecture, then you’ll enjoy Hvar. For those who enjoy high-class accommodation, there are numerous luxury hotels such as Adriana Hvar Spa Hotel Fortuna. And when you want to dip your toes in the Adriatic, then feel free to go to the famous Dubovica Beach, a peaceful cove, with small pebbles instead of sand and clear blue sea.
Although Slovenia is better known for its share of the Alps and gorgeous green pastures, it still has a chunk of coast overlooking The Adriatic Seat. Therefore, it definitely deserves a spot on this list. Piran is a small town, that is often considered as one of the pretties towns in Slovenia. And considering how beautiful the whole country is, then it’s safe to say that it’s quite an impressive thing. So, Piran is abundant with picturesque churches, squares and museums that perfectly highlight the formative Venetian influence and impact. The coastal town also has numerous guest houses, B&Bs and apartments, some of them on the luxurious side. So, if you’re up for an intimate and cozy experience, then Piran is surely worth checking out.
These places are a great place to begin your tour of the Adriatic coast. Most of them offer amazing luxurious experiences that should certainly be on your radar if you’re planning to have a fun-filled and comfortable trip. The main charm of the Adriatic lies in the fact that it blends modern and ancient with perfect precision and beauty which contributes to eclectic and exciting atmosphere.