Croatia has Uber boats for people to get from island to island, if that doesn’t scream innovative, I don’t know what does.
My weekend was spent exploring the cities, beaches, waters and islands of Croatia.
Most of my time was spent in Split. It is a seaside town with vibrant buildings and amazing seafood. The Florida-like, palm tree lined boardwalk overlooked a massive harbor and the beautifully worn down, medieval buildings were breathtaking. Although I haven’t seen Game of Thrones, people were fangirling over the sites where the show was filmed.
Aside from wandering around the town of Split, I spent a day cruising and island hopping on the Adriatic Sea. As the town got smaller and further away, the water glistened in the sun with the mountains and islands as their backdrops. We stopped at a small island for lunch and then went to an area where we could jump off the boat and swim in the crystal clear water. I could definitely get used to the yacht life and I think I can still taste the saltiness in my mouth, but it was so worth it.
On our last day we ventured to Krka National Park. This is by far one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever seen. The crystal clear waters and cascading waterfalls were so mesmerizing they looked fake. You take a long winding path through small ponds, lakes and waterfalls that all lead up to the biggest and most beautiful ones. The water was freezing, but I would do anything to spend another day chasing those waterfalls.