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The Dalmatian Islands often described as ’The Mediterranean as it once was’ are great stops for motorhome camping.  The Jadrolinija overnight ferry from Rijeka to Dubrovnik stops at Split, Stari Grad (island of Hvar), Korcula Town (island of Korcula) and Sobra (island of Mljet) en route.

Korcula has one of the best preserved medieval towns and Mljet has a National Park and is known as the ‘greenest island’.

article commissioned by Practical Motor Home magazine

September 2013




Trogir an UNESCO world heritage site, an attractive small walled town of white stone buildings, its history going back to Roman times. Visit the Cathedral of St Lawrence and bell tower and the 15th century Kamerlengo castle built by the Venetians.


“For six centuries Dubrovnik was an independent republic. It’s now part of Croatia since 1993, but even today the15km coastal strip of Bosnia Herzegovina separates the two Croatian territories from one another.

It was here also in 1990/91 that Serbia and Montenegro fought for this high ground as they attacked Dubrovnik City below by land, sea and air.

“Ston on the Peljesac peninsular and a visit to the Solan saltpans.  So important was salt in ancient times that it was worth its weight in gold and was used to trade with the Venetians

Mali Ston had an equally valuable commodity to protect - oysters and shellfish fed by both sea and fresh waters.