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Honeymoon Ideas!

We're wanting to go to Croatia for our honeymoon. It's somewhere we have both been as kids - before the nasty old war that tore the place up - and bothfancy going back to.

We fancy going all inclusive too, so that we don't have to worry too much about taking huge amounts of spending money with us and so on... plus it's something I've always wanted to do. It's so idulgent!

So... we looked at Hotel Epidaurus and Osmine and they both looked great! There's also a few on here we liked the look of. But think this is the one!!!

There's SO much on offer!

Bol Croatia

Hosting the most famous beach in Croatia, the stunning White Horn, Bol is a well known mediaeval seaport with an abundance of cultural sights and peculiar places for you to explore. Plenty of cafes, bars and restaurants line the busy harbour promenade and guest can rely on the mini-train to travel to and from the hotels.

Location: Situated on the southern shores of the island of Brac under the steep heights of Mt. Vidova Gora.

Transfer time to Resort:
Approx. 2 hrs and 30 minutes by coach and boat/hydrofoil

Airport of Arrival: Split

Riu Hotel Bonaca


The Bonaca comprises of eight pavilions built around a central reception building, set amongst beautiful pine trees just a short walk from the centre of Bol and about 150 metres from the beach. There is a large swimming pool and a separate children’s pool with water slides. Ideal for families with children and groups of friends.

Air-conditioned restaurant with a lovely summer terrace • Lounge bar • Outdoor swimming pool with pool bar • Children’s pool • Fitness room • Internet access • Children’s club • Huge variety of sports, entertainment programmes for adults and children, live music several times a week • Exchange desk • Newspaper stand • Taxi and shuttle services available • Mountain bike tours
Please note that facilities not listed in the All Inclusive description may be subject to a local charge.

ACCOMMODATION: Prices are per person, in a twin room with bath, WC, balcony, air-conditioning, safe (local charge), TV and telephone. Family room for 2 adults and 2 children up to 14 years are available.

SUPPLEMENTS (per person per night): Family room £18.00 (28.06-24.08), £12.00 (all other dates)

ALL-INCLUSIVE PACKAGE : Buffet breakfast between 08:00 - 10:00,Continental breakfast 10:00-12:00 on the terrace, lunch from 12:30 until 14:30, dinner buffet between 18:30 - 21:30 • Afternoon tea, coffee and snacks between 16:00 and 17:30 • Late snack buffet between 22:30 and 00:00 • Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, tea and coffee at the bar • Children’s entertainment programmes (split in age groups of 3-6, 7-10, 10-14 years) with games, shows and disco • Evening activities, including a pool party, musicals and various other game shows • Creative programmes - bracelet making, croatian language course • Sports activities including morning gymnastics and aerobics, tennis and table tennis, volleyball, boccie, darts, windsurfing and diving introductory lessons, archery, water polo, various pool games and competitions • Free use of poolside sunbeds and parasols, towels (subject to deposit), surfboards for beginners, tennis court (limited time, opened after 09 May)

See what I mean?

A little bit worried about the amount of time it takes to get to the hotel, but if we take some extra batteries for the DS's and a good book or two each we'll be fine... and maybe a packed lunch and dinner. I will have to speak to the holiday punters and make sure that bit of travel is included... coz you never know!! Hidden costs and all that!


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