by: Harry Johnson |
Spring into a luxury break with the new welcome package from Maslina Resort, Croatia’s first mindfulness resort located on Hvar, Europe’s sunniest island. The outstanding Relais & Chateaux property, surrounded by olive groves and stretching across five acres of lush pine forest, has curated an exclusive and bespoke offer as it opens for the new 2023 season on the 1st of May, 2023.
Situated in the stunning Maslinica Bay, Maslina’s lush location overlooks the crystalline Adriatic Sea. Whether you seek solace for the mind and soul, relaxation for the body, or a tantalising taste of Mediterranean culture and cuisine, the resort offers an array of exciting options for couples or families in a landscape of outstanding natural beauty and a proud, untouched cultural heritage.
From signature cocktails, which are inspired by the essence of Hvar Island, to the azure infinity swimming pools at the heart of the resort, extended views of the bay under the shade of mature olive trees, and a beach that’s just a short walk away, Maslina Resort is the perfect place to relax and be at one with yourself and nature.
The new welcome package is valid from the 1st of May until the 15th of May. Guests can enjoy a three-night minimum stay with an automatic upgrade within the same accommodation type, a complimentary dinner for two at Maslina’s MICHELIN-recommended restaurant (drinks excluded), and a complimentary 30-minute spa experience for two at the Pharomatiq Spa.
Focusing on ‘Mindful Luxury,’ the spa comprises five treatment rooms and draws on Hvar’s natural environment and flora, featuring a ‘garden-to-skin’ wellness concept with every treatment incorporating locally grown herbs and essential oils made by skin specialists.
Just a short walk or about six minutes by bicycle from Maslina Resort is Stari Grad Plain, just one of the six UNESCO World Heritage protections on Hvar. Stone-walled plots of groves with ripe olives, vineyards with red grapes, and rows of lavender mounds are features of this stunning landscape, replete with pomegranate and fennel, first cultivated by the Greeks.
The capital of Hvar Island, Stari Grad, is a unique jewel of architectural history not to be missed. Spring-time visitors can revive the spirit of the past by wandering around the picturesque streets, listening to the sounds of traditional folk singers, and discovering the hidden treasures of taverns, galleries, courtyards, and gardens. Treat yourself to tasty Dalmatian delicacies and savor a drop of delicious local wine.
Full article: Croatia’s Maslina Resort Opens for 2023 Season
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