Let us inspire you
Which destination would suit your incentive group best? Talk to us and let us share our knowledge and ideas!
With its limitless islands and coastline, mountainous terrain and numerous historic towns, coupled with outstanding accommodation and activity options, diverse Croatia has the perfect option for your incentive program.
Fiercely proud of its freedom and independence, Dubrovnik offers the best selection of luxury hotels, wold-class conference facilities as well as outstanding venues within its old town UNESCO World Heritage Site. It combines its rich history with the modern-day Game of Thrones filmset, traditional customs of the Dalmatian hinterland and easy access to several nearby islands.
Croatia's premier island and also Europe's sunniest, Hvar has it all. Home to the most UNESCO heritage of any island in the world, A-list celebrity destination with the idyllic Pakleni islands in front of the town, Hvar is a preferred destination. Fine indigenous wines and an outstanding gourmet offer, this is the lavender island, whose Mediterranean diet has been recognised by UNESCO.
Once the gateway to the islands', Split is fast becoming one of Europe's hottest destinations and it is easy to see why. With the imperious UNESCO World Heritage Site of Diocletian's palace at its heart, after exploring its heritage the possibilities are endless – island hopping, escaping to the lungs of Split on Marjan hill or discovering the traditions of inland Dalmatia. Split's hotel scene is expanding rapidly, great news for its conference potential.
North Dalmatia is the rising star of the Croatian coast. Zadar, voted best destination in Europe in 2016, is Dalmatia's former capital, with a delightful historic old town worthy of the title, while Šibenik was recently touted as an unknown Dubrovnik. The region has recently seen the addition of luxury 5-star hotels and unique design hotels and with increasing flight connections to both Zadar and Split, North Dalmatia is an exciting option off the main radar.
The gourmet capital of Croatia, with its famed truffles and Malvazija and Terrano wines, romantic Istria is known as the new Tuscany, with a diverse offer of activities and quality accommodation. Choose green for the lush hilltop villages lost in time and filled with gourmet treats. Or blue for an outstanding array of water-based activities. Superbly located, Istria is easy to combine with other country programs, from the romantic Venice and Trieste to the port of roses or Portorož.
Named best Christmas market in Europe for two years in a row, and with a new terminal opened at Zagreb airport, this charming and underrated Austro-Hungarian city is coming into its own. Fantastic flight connections all year are being mirrored by increasingly impressive conference facilities. Don't miss the delightful atmosphere of upper town and its vibrant art and theater scene.