Croatia is a land of beautiful beaches, well preserved historical sites, and delicious fried calamari.

In today’s episode, Heather and I take a look back at our 3 weeks in Eastern Europe, most notably, the time we spent on the Dalmatian Coast of Croatia from Split to Dubrovnik.

From walking the walls of a historical city to exploring abandoned resorts and delicious mini pizzas to giant meat platters, this episode is a great overview of the sights and tastes of Croatia.

We’ll share some of the best places we stayed, ate, and adventured, and make you long for the clear waters and brilliant views that make up the Dalmatian Coast.

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Links for Things We Recommend in Croatia

  • Our itinerary: Split – Brac – Makarska – Dubrovnik – Kupari
  • Natasa’s Apartment – Our wonderful host in Split found through AirBnB.
  • Popaj – Food cart – Great fast food outside of our apartment in Split. $1 Mini Pizzas!
  • Buffet Fife – Highly recommended restaurant in Split, delicious fried calamari.
  • Konoba Korta – Restaurant in Split with delicious giant meat platters
  • Konoba Matejuska – Good, fairly cheap wine in Split. The Fish platter for two was really unique.
  • Guesthouse Vicelic – Our guesthouse in Dubrovnik. The owner Darko was amazing.
  • Nishta – Vegetarian restaurant with great tali & falafel in Dubrovnik
  • Wanda – Best bread and pesto in Dubrovnik, if not the world.
  • D’Vino Wine Par – Great wines in Dubrovnik
  • Pizza Mirakul – Good pizza if you’re in Old Town. Not cheap, but delicious.

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