All Inclusive Trip to Croatia for 3 Nights £99pp
Croatia looks absolutely stunning guys and with this great deal over at Wowcher you can grab a super cheap little break to go and check it out for yourself.
For as little as £99 per person you can grab a three night break including flights, hotel and all meals and drinks.
There are various options available to choose from which you can check out HERE.
- Where: The south coast of Croatia.
- What’s included: A three, five or seven-night hotel stay on an all-inclusive basis and return flights.
- Accommodation: Unwind in a spacious en-suite double guestroom at Holiday Village Sagitta.
- All-inclusive: Includes three meals a day, an afternoon snack and alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks from the buffet table.
- Departure airports: Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, Manchester, Bristol and Glasgow.
- When: Valid for travel on selected dates until 29th Oct 2018.
Nestled between the magnificent mountainous environment and the beautiful beach, the Holiday Village Sagitta boasts a wonderfully peaceful base with close proximity to the charming town of Omis. You’ll be greeted with a warm welcome before retreating to your spacious double guestroom complete with a flat-screen TV, air-conditioning and a contemporary en-suite. Away from the comfortable confines of your room, you’ll be able to enjoy the picturesque sunset from the hotel’s pool as well as your all-inclusive delicious meals and refreshing beverages from the buffet table.
When you’re not soaking up the sun by the pool or along the coast, you can make your trip truly memorable by renting a boat, or by taking part in water sports such as stand-up paddle-boarding, scuba-diving, canoeing, kayaking, rafting and paragliding! You’ll be based only a few kilometres away from Omis where you’ll be able to put your culture head on and experience the beautiful culture and history of the local area at the main attractions such as Starigrad Fortress. Plus, opt to try to area’s popular zip-line to see some unforgettable views! Head to the Dubrovnik-Neretva county and stroll through Dubrovnik’s picturesque pedestrian-only Old Town – one of the most distinctive draws of the city – where you can navigate your way through a maze of medieval stone walls, ancient alleyways and beautiful baroque buildings. For the adventurers among you, take a hike up the Sveti Ilija hill for a stunning panoramic view of the city, or simply absorb the sights from the comfort of a cable car. Whether you’re on land or underwater, there is plenty to discover…