Prestige Holidays expands Croatia offering
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Prestige Holidays has expanded its Croatia offering with more breaks on the Zadar Riviera and the addition of the island of Vis.
Closed to visitors for many years, Vis is set to rise in popularity when Mamma Mia the Sequel, which was filmed there, is released next summer.
New on the island of Brac is the traditional fishing village of Sutivan and the island’s first ever five-star property, the 35 room Hotel Lemongarden.
In Trogir, close to Split, the operator has added adults only property, Hotel Ola.
In Dubrovnik is a King’s Landing City Break inspired by the Game of Thrones and the family-friendly all-inclusive property Valamar Club Dubrovnik.
Croatia breaks starts from £323 per person staying in a studio at the Park Plaza Verudela Apartments. Based on a 25 April departure from London Stansted flying with Ryanair to Pula with room only accommodation and shared transfers.
The addition of the little-known resorts of the Zadar Riveria are located in the North of the Dalmatia region.
The flight time is less than 2.5 hours with flights to Zadar from three London airports (Luton, Stansted, and London Southend) as well as regional departures from Bristol, Manchester, Glasgow and Dublin.
Prestige has also launched a Game of Thrones inspired city break featuring visits to key locations featured in the cult TV series.
A three-night stay in four-star B&B accommodation starts from £887 per person with return flights from London, transfers, two days of organised sightseeing, entrance fees to City Walls, Lokrum Island Nature Reserve, Cable Car and Trsteno Botanical Garden.