To find an idyllic retreat with your newly spliced other half, the island of Badija off the coast of Korčula should fit the bill. A secluded getaway of pine trees and pebble beaches, Badija was settled by a community of Bosnian monks in the 15th century. Left to their own devices for five centuries, they were resettled in the 1950s and replaced by deer. Unused to danger, these animals tamely mingle with the only human life on the island, leisure-seeking daytrippers, some of them nudists. Korčula is a taxi boat away.