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Driving Croatia's Dalmatian Coast

Matthieu Salvaing Cypress trees line the main entrance of Le Manoir de L'Etang, a secluded hotel in Mougins.

Photo: Matthieu Salvaing

Touring the Dalmatian Coast by car lets you explore Dubrovnik's Old Town, the pebble beaches on the island of Hvar, and farmer's markets in the mountain town of Split.

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Hotels (4)

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    Hotel Vestibul Palace

    It literally took three palaces to build this boutique hotel in central Split, combining Romanic, Gothic, and Renaissance structures to produce Hot

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    Suncokret Dream Body & Soul Retreats

    Set in a 12th-century farming village, this boutique-sized retreat focuses on yoga, organic cuisine, and simple accommodations. There are individua

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    Riva Hvar Yacht Harbor Hotel

    A century-old building on the waterfront that was remodeled in 2006, the Riva Hvar Yacht Harbor Hotel blends its historic charm with modern touches

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    Dubrovnik Palace Hotel

    Located just west of Dubrovnik’s Old Town on the Lapad peninsula, this 10-story luxury hotel overlooks the Elaphite Islands off the Adriatic coast.

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    Enoteka Terra

    A massive stone-framed wood door greets visitors to this wine boutique, which has wines from the world over but specializes in Dalmatian wines craf

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    Konavoski Dvori

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    Buza

    Quite possibly the perfect beach bar, this hole-in-the-wall unfolds across a series of terraces hewn to the cliffs with nothing but a narrow railin

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