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When we put together walking routes, there are certain ingredients which make a trail memorable. These include scenery with the impact of an uppercut, curios along the way (the odder the better) and, vitally important, a homely hostel…

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On a battered wooden skiff, we’d glided across the dappled, pea soup surface of a mangrove swamp into the jungle to reach a small clearing with a chunky log table…

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We knew there was only one road connecting one end of Hvar with the other. We didn’t know that it was known as the ‘road of Hell thanks to its narrowness and…

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We had no idea it was a favourite haunt with the rich and famous and that the likes of Bill Gates and George Clooney had strolled across Hvar Town’s old cobbles.

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In the flower-filled garden at the front of the house we take our places on wooden benches beside a wooden table as Mata and Mihaela’s son, Marcos, brings plate after plate of aromatic, succulent, orgasmic, organic goodness and places them before us.

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We knew there would be historic cities and beautiful landscapes. But the truth is that we had no idea just how overwhelmingly stunning those landscapes in Croatia would be…

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Konoba Menega is tucked away up a narrow side street away leading from the harbour in Hvar Town to the fortress on the hill. I know, I know – all authentic…

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Within an hour of arriving at the Hotel Podstine in Hvar we are sitting in the sun, overlooking one of those perfect rocky coves that Croatia does so well…

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