Condé Nast Traveler and Telegraph present the most interesting islands in the Adriatic
British media Condé Nast Traveler and Telegraph specialize in lifestyle topics and travel have published two articles about the most beautiful Croatian islands that provide a unique synergy of tradition and history and a relaxed lifestyle, said Darija Reić, director of the CNTB in London. The published articles "Croatia islands: the 15 best" in Condé Nast Traveler and "Why Croatia offers the Med's ultimate island-hopping adventure" in the Telegraph are the result of cooperation between the CNTB Office in London and prominent media editorial offices and journalists Jane Foster and Mary Novakovich.
The article in Condé Nast Traveler reveals 15 mysterious, but also recognizable islands that guarantee an unforgettable and authentic vacation outside of busy tourist hotspots. The author Jane Foster put on the list selected islands with prominent eno-gastronomic offer, artistic creativity, idyllic landscapes and active experiences.
Among them are Dugi Otok, Vis, Korčula, Šipan, Mljet, Obonjan, Kornati, Lošinj, Sveti Klement, Pag and Veliki Brijun, and activities range from tasting Pag cheese and quality lamb, cycling on the 'greenest Croatian island' Mljet, to wine tasting Pošip on Korčula and enjoying the sandy bays on Rab. The Croatian islands are presented as an ideal combination of diverse experiences tailored to each British visitor. Jane Foster is an author and journalist and a longtime contributor to the most widely read British media. Following the continuous presentation of the beauties and specialties of Croatia as a destination in the British public, this year she is the winner of the 'Golden Pen' award.
In Telegraph's guide through Croatian islands entitled "Why Croatia offers a top island adventure" published last weekend, the destinations that every tourist should get to know this year are highlighted. We recommend 12 days dedicated to exploring the islands and the Croatian coast, which provides ideal ferry connections to the best of Kvarner, Zadar, Split-Dalmatia and Dubrovnik-Neretva counties. The adventure begins in Rijeka and continues with getting to know Krk and Rab, connecting with Zadar and the richness of Pag's experiences, while in central Dalmatia it extensively shows the benefits of Hvar and Brač. In southern Dalmatia, a unique opus is dedicated to Korčula and Mljet, and the 10 most prominent sights in Dubrovnik have been singled out. Mary Novakovich is an award-winning journalist and author specializing in the Croatian destination offer who collaborates with many of the most prominent British media from the Times, Guardian, Telegraph to Conde Nast Traveler.