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Affordable Dalmatian Coast

A budget traveler’s guide to Croatia’s best coastal bargains.
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Rating: 5 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Easy
Duration: Multiple days

Overview:  On Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast, skip the overexposed island of Hvar for the walled medieval village on the Adriatic island of Korcula,... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Atlas Club Nautika

This upmarket restaurant (complete with a pianist) may look like the usual touristy suspect, but it compensates with an unbeatable cliffside view of the harbor and consistently good seafood risotto.

Address:
3 Brsalje
Dubrovnik
Croatia

Phone:
385-20-442-526

Skip the overexposed island of Hvar for the walled medieval village on the Adriatic island of Korcula, purported home to Marco Polo. Korcula is more of a day-trip destination, and that means the tourist crowds thin considerably by sundown, leaving those who remain to relax in the cafés, stroll the narrow alleys, and enjoy the easygoing life... More

3. Kornati National Park

Explore the hidden coves and almost 100 islands in this beautiful park.

Address:
2 Butina
Murter
Croatia

Phone:
385-22-435-740

4. Garden

Stop by this outdoor club, especially during July when it hosts an annual music festival.

Address:
Liburnska obala
Zadar
Croatia

Phone:
385-23-364-320

Though its pricey seaside sister restaurant Nautika gets all the press, Proto is a better choice; it charges half as much for the classic fisherfolk recipes it has been dishing out in the heart of Dubrovnik’s old town since 1886. Grab a seat under the beamed ceilings, in the romantic stone alley, or on the shaded roof terrace, and order anything... More