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Whether it’s discovering an idyllic island, or raving as sunrise comes up over the Adriatic, Croatia offers the kind of adventures that nowhere else can. Throw in treasures from Ancient Egypt, a bizarre grotto bathed in blue and films projected around a pristine Roman colosseum and you have something quite simply unique among Europe’s destinations.
Buža I and Buža II are two terrace bars cut into the sea facing cliffs propping up Dubrovnik’s City Walls. Buža means ‘hole in the wall’, precisely describing each bar entrance, but not hinting at the stupendous panoramic sea view on offer. Behind St Stephen’s Church, Buža I also provides sunbathing and access to the Adriatic via metal steps below. Further along, Buža II has a thatched roof and waitstaff wear branded venue T-shirts. From the square of Ruđera Boškovića, look for the sign saying ‘Cold Drinks With The Most Beautiful View’.
Buža II, Crijevićeva 9, Dubrovnik Croatia, +385 98 361 934
There’s a reason why Croatia is suddenly inundated with music festivals up and down the coast all summer long: location. Few other destinations can offer the quality and variety of festival settings as Croatia. From a pristine coast to ruined forts, Roman amphitheatres and nightclub-lined lakes, the country has a surfeit of prime outdoor spaces for DJs to spin and bands to play. Add crowds of music-savvy locals, planeloads of party-seeking foreigners and near-guaranteed sunshine, and the result is a very memorable experience indeed.