If you want to explore Venice and avoid the masses (trust us, it is possible), it’s time to experience this city in a brand new way: on your very own kayak.
kayak through the canals
Spend three days paddling your way around the city’s canals (with an expert of course) whilst soaking up its incredible sights. Then, by night, rest your weary, but nicely toned limbs (best arm workout in the world is the old kayak) at the Ca’ Pisani design hotel.
This refined jewel of a hotel is perfectly located in the heart of the city’s artistic centre and only a five minute walk from the canals and Piazza San Marco.
the hidden corner of croatia
After exploring Venice’s waterways, it’s time to hop on a ferry and make your way across to the Istrian Peninsula for four days of swimming, sunbathing and seafood.
This hidden corner of Europe may be less well known than the Dalmatian Coast but it’s certainly no less alluring. Staying at the heavenly Hotel Monte Mulini, you’ll be a 10-minute walk from Rovinj, a medieval coastal town with some of the best nightlife on the Istrian coast.
Think stunning coastlines, crystal clear waters, beautiful ancient towns and a blissful climate; this is Croatia but without the crowds. Now that is something worth travelling for. Hmmm….seem to be letting a lot of cats out of bags here aren’t we? Guess that’s our job though. Enjoy.
June - September
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