Balkan adds new resorts in Croatia & Montenegro

Balkan Holidays is featuring new resorts in Croatia and Montenegro, new hotel choices in Bulgaria, Croatia and Montenegro, plus a lead-in price of £199 per person in its summer 2018 main brochure featuring Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovenia and Montenegro, on sale from October 17.

The operator is also holding prices on ‘hundreds’ of summer holidays for summer 2018, despite the drop in the value of the pound.

 New resorts in Croatia for 2018 are Solin, located to the north of Split and known for the ruins of Salona; Kastel Luksic, a pretty village located on the Dalmatian coast between Split and Trogir; Biograd na Moru, a town situated between the Vransko Lake and numerous islets, nestling in pinewoods with long sandy, gravel beaches and Mali Losinj, one of the larger Croatian islands.

Also new is the resort of Tivat in Montenegro, and the company is offering the five-star Hotel Regent in the yachting resort of Porto Montenegro. The hotel is part of a luxury village complex with restaurants, bars and boutiques on the shore of Boka Bay.

The 2018 programme has early booking discounts, ‘thousands’ of free child places, loyalty discounts, special offers and some additional regional flights during the high season.

For more information call 020-7543 5555 or visit balkanholidays.co.uk/agents


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