2017 has seen Croatia’s ancient walled towns and turquoise waters become even more accessible, as airlines launched new routes to this beautiful Mediterranean country from the UK. Easyjet started flying to the relaxed, historic port town of Zadar from the UK’s Luton Airport for the first time, while Ryanair began flights there from Bristol and Glasgow. Ever popular Dubrovnik is now accessible from Belfast and Manchester with Easyjet, and Jet2.com began flying to both Pula and Split from London Stansted.

Stock travel photo: Old city Dubrovnik
Historic Old Town, Cathedral, St. Blaise Church, Clock Tower and Rector’s Palace, Dubrovnik, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Croatia
Stock travel photo: Lovrjenac Fort and Bokar Tower Dubrovnik
Lovrjenac Fort and Bokar Tower from Old Town City Walls, Dubrovnik, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Dalmatia, Croatia
Stock travel photo: Roman forum, Zadar, Dalmatia
Ruined Roman forum, the Church of St. Donatus and the spire of St. Anastasia Cathedral, Zadar, Dalmatia, Croatia
Stock travel photo: Pula Arena amphitheater in Croatia
View of Pula Arena amphitheater in Croatia
Stock travel photo: Split harbour, Dalmatia, Croatia
View of harbour and town centre showing the steeple of the cathedral of St. Duje, Split, Dalmatia, Croatia

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