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Crvena Luka Hotel & Resort

Departing from Manchester Airport on various dates in April, May and September 2016.

Croatia’s Northern Dalmatian coast is a holidaymaker’s paradise”, says Lonely Planet, with “historic towns, jewel-like waters, sun-kissed islands, gorgeous climate and Mediterranean cuisine”. This deal combines all of these elements in one 7-night escape

From £470

What’s included

  • Return flights
  • Return transfers
  • Hold Baggage
  • Half board accomodation
  • Seven nights in a Standard Double Room at the deluxe Hotel Iris, part of the Crvena Luka Hotel & Resort

Hotel details
The hotel is on the Northern Dalmatian coast, between the historic town of Biograd and Vrana Lake Nature Park, the country’s largest lake (both a 15-minute drive away). It’s next to a sandy beach — very rare in Croatia — surrounded by pine woods. The bay overlooks the Adriatic and has views of several islands, including Vrgada.

As well as an indoor and outdoor pool, there’s a mini golf course, two tennis courts, a fitness centre, and a spa with a Turkish bath and a Finnish sauna. The resort also offers yoga, Zumba, aqua aerobics and Pilates classes. Dining options include a sea-view restaurant, an ice cream and beach bar, and a pizzeria that uses flour made in an old mill near Bologna.

Standard Rooms are 50 metres from the bay and have private balconies.

About Biograd
The town is known for its beaches (some hold a Blue Flag) and traditional restaurants. There are several churches and Benedictine monasteries dating back to the 11th century, plus a swanky marina. Biograd is a 45-minute drive from the city of Zadar and a 50-minute drive from the stunning waterfalls of Krka National Park.

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