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Luxury Tours In Croatia

Luxury Travel to Croatia

Located at the crossroads of South, Central, and Eastern Europe, stunning Croatia is a true Mediterranean gem. This sliver of the Balkans hogs most of the region’s Dalmatian coastline.

It presents luxury travelers and adventurers with manifold opportunities to explore medieval port towns, majestic forts, castles, walled cities, uninhabited island paradises, a cliffy coastline that begets mountain ranges, and crystal clear Adriatic Sea.

Whether cruising Croatia’s world-class coastlines or venturing inland, planning and executing your dream Croatian luxury holiday with MCLTG will ensure that your journey is tailor-made to your specific needs and desires.

Planning your Luxury Croatia Holidays is Easy

Making your dream Croatian luxury trip a reality is as simple as letting us know what you desire from your tour and filling out the form on this website. Once you’ve done that, a local travel specialist will contact you and help you flesh out your ideas and make them a reality for you, no matter the duration of your desired trip, or the types of experiences you want to enjoy. MCLTG offers luxury Croatian travelers three tiers of service, so you can choose from Gold, Platinum and Titanium levels of luxury.

Discover Croatia

Croatia is a great destination for families because isn’t yet as busy as its Mediterranean peers like Italy, Spain, and France, but it is no less spectacular.

Luxury travelers to Croatia will discover a waterside paradise, with beautiful whitewashed villages bound by spectacular city walls that overlook the glistening sea of dreams.

On the sea, where fish dart beneath the bow of your classic sailing boat, you’ll explore the many islands, and stop in at secluded beaches and small ports to sample the treats of the region.

The Dinaric Alps stretch the length of the country, offering sailors and travelers the most spectacular backdrop to their adventures.

Croatia packs a big punch for luxury travelers and is waiting for you to come and explore its coves and admire its cliffs.

MCLTG helps you plan and then organizes, your perfect Croatian luxury tour as you work with local travel experts. Our members will treat you like family while creating your trip.

Whatever it is that you want to see or do, MCLTG will ensure that your expectations are exceeded while you’re on your luxury Croatia trip.



Where to stay with us

From cliff-top boutique hotels, waterfront high-end hotel chains, and luxury yachts, your accommodations in Croatia will excite you and allow you to sleep in absolute opulence.

Where to Go

Croatia is about two things, the sea, and the mountains. The villages and towns in both environments enjoy a feeling of splendor as a result of existing in these privileged areas.

By far the best way to explore the country is on a luxury Croatian cruise that will take you to the perfect spots, beautiful beaches, abandoned swimming spots, and always landing you in a spectacular port for dinner and drinks at the end of the day.


In the south of Croatia, beautiful Dubrovnik offers natural charms, including the mostly uninhabited Elaphiti Islands just off the coast, and a magnificent, unspoiled old town.


Split is a great starting point for your Adriatic cruise, but more than that, this wonderful Dalmatian city stuck between pine-forest mountains and the sea offers a wonderful insight into Croatian life, amazing food, and beautiful architecture.


Compact and historic, Hvar is the Adriatic’s most glamourous location, where the sun shines high, bright and often and opportunities for luxury lurk around every corner.

Plitvice Lakes National Park

From the Adriatic Sea Croatia rolls through the Pannonian Plain and into the Dinaric Alps, where travelers will find the Plitvice Lakes National Park where 16 lakes offer an array of waterfalls, scenic vistas, and limestone cliffs.

Plitvice park


Enjoying a Mediterranean temperature, the months of July and August are the hottest and the busiest, with travelers filling the narrow old-town streets, ports and sailing ships as they compete for their slice of Dalmatian Coast charm.

The shoulder seasons of June and September are quieter, but still enjoy plenty of warm, if not hot, weather, with September still having warm enough water for swimming and diving. Still, from April, and until October, travelers to Croatia can enjoy the country’s coastline, cities, and culture.

Roman time arena, Pula

Before you Go

Croatia is a European Union member state, but not a member of the Schengen free-travel zone. Visitors will get a visa upon arrival for 90 days of travel out of any 180-day block.

Health issues

There are no particular health issues for travelers to Croatia. The summer sun can be relentless, and heatstroke and sunburn can impact travelers.


Croatia is a very safe country for travelers, and despite a bit of petty crime in tourist zones, travelers will have a problem-free trip throughout the country. People going diving are advised to remain with their guides at all times and to not swim in areas that haven’t been given the all-clear by your boat captain.

Diocletian’s Palace

Other Recommendations

Customs and etiquette: a firm handshake and greeting older members of agroup you are meeting first, is considered good practice in Croatia. You can follow this with the appropriate greeting for the time of day: Dobro jutro for good morning, Dobar dan for good day, and Dobra vecer for good evening.

Croatians are also quite direct and will appreciate it if you are too. Croatians are famously proud too, so tread lightly with any discussions about politics with locals.

Mealtimes: while you can get western-style breakfasts at hotels, and in bigger cities and tourist towns, Croatians generally start the day with a cup of coffee and a warm pastry, and perhaps a glass of rakija, or fruit brandy. Workers might then stop at 10 am for a gablec, or morning tea,  goulash, or stuffed sour cabbage.

Lunch is taken anytime from midday until later in the afternoon and is the main meal. Lunch generally begins with a bowl of soup, followed by roast meat and vegetables, salads and deserts.

Foods that are typical include čevapi, or spicy, small sausages, squid ink risotto, pastries filled with cottage cheese and spinach, and various seafood dishes fresh from the coastline.

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