Although we might be biased, we can’t think of a greater place than the Adriatic Coast to spend a family holiday! Aside from the family-friendly beaches, beautiful national parks and intriguing natural wonders, these coastal countries give kids the chance to use their imaginations and simply play. We’ve told you a lot about family travel to Croatia recently, so we wanted to point out some of our favorite activities in a few other exciting countries on the Adriatic. We can combine any of these countries with Croatia, Montenegro, Italy and even others to create a personalized trip just for your family.
Here is our guide to three emerging destinations on the Adriatic Coast:
Slovenia is a place for kids who like to be outside. Let them wander up the mountain trails to the crystal lakes of the Julian Alps, follow a private guide through the famous Postojna Caves, or explore the majestic Predjama Castle. Whatever adventures you choose, your kids will leave Slovenia with lungs full of fresh air, an immersive history lesson and a new outlook on the world. Ask us which countries we recommend pairing with Slovenia to explore even more of the Adriatic!
Featured Tours of Slovenia for Families:
Parents will love the rich history and architecture of Bosnia – the storied Mostar Bridge, the narrow streets, the old craft shops, and the many antique stores holding hidden treasures. Kids will love the fairytale setting – the colorful buildings, the energy of the Old Bazaar, the citrus trees and the markets filled with fresh food and fun souvenirs. This emerging destination has become a hidden gem among culturally minded families who also love the Great Outdooors. Easily combine Bosnia with Croatia, Slovenia, Montenegro, Italy or Albania to create a custom trip full of adventure.
Featured Tours of Bosnia for Families:
Haven’t discovered Albania yet? Step back in time as you and your kids explore a new destination together. Wander through the Castle of Rozafa and see which one of the local village delicacies becomes a new family favorite. Tour the Archeological Museum and the Venetian Tower in the Durres and Gjirokastra, the UNESCO World Heritage Site. If you’re really adventurous, you can try paragliding over the turquoise waters of the Albanian River or rafting through the river’s twists and turns. Between sailing, horseback riding, quaint cafes and nice restaurants, your family might just discover a new favorite destination.
Featured Tours of Albania for Families
As with all of our tours, we love customizing each experience to your interests. Please don’t hesitate to give us a call at 800.908.7108 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more suggestions, activities and events, both in Šibenik and across the Adriatic Coast.