Abandoned village of Malo Grablje
Abandoned village of Malo Grablje
With such a spectacular variety of venues in Croatia, it is a pleasure proposing the ones best suited to accommodate your group size and needs. Intours DMC would like to draw your attention to five unique venues, which can make for an unforgettable experience.

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1. PRIVATE BEACH IN DUBROVNIK
Sv. Jakov (St. James) is one of the most beautiful beaches in Dubrovnik, located not far from the Old Town, in a hidden bay beneath the same named church. It is a pebble and sandy beach with spectacular views on Dubrovnik and the Lokrum island. In the evening the restaurant can cater for 80 at full capacity, while the beach can accommodate up to 300 guests. With a DJ playing international beats, this beach party spot features spectacular views of Dubrovnik.

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2. MESTROVIC GALLERY IN SPLIT
The stellar art museum in Split is dedicated to the work of Ivan Mestrovic, Croatia’s premier modern sculptor. The gallery preserves and presents his most significant works and is in itself an art monument. Part of the Mestrovic Gallery can be used for special events for smaller groups, while the outside event space can accommodate up to 300 guests.

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3. CARPE DIEM BEACH CLUB ON HVAR ISLAND
The Carpe Diem Beach Club, located on a pristine rocky cove dotted with palm-thatch umbrellas and teak lounge chairs, is a perfect location to unwind on Hvar Island. Carpe Diem has earned a reputation of being one of the most sophisticated beach clubs in the Mediterranean, acting as a beach club during the day, hosting sunset parties and transforming to a premium disco location in the night. It is a unique location and venue to host a range of events from corporate dining events to private parties for up to 200 guests.

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Abandoned village of Malo Grablje

4. ABANDONED VILLAGE OF HVAR
Abandoned village of Malo Grablje is located in the inland of Hvar island. The village was founded in the 16th century, was populated by members of a single family and deserted in the 20th century. One of the former residents, Berti Tudor, decided to go back to the roots, restored his family house property, the only full- functioning house in the town, where he opened a small family restaurant. For groups of up to 50 guests, private dinners can be organized there, accompanied by live performance of “klapa” singers.

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5. MENEGHETTI VILLA, ISTRIA
Opposite to the Brijuni islands, surrounded by the Mediterranean macchia, olive-groves and vineyards, luxury Meneghetti villa offers the guests the ultimate wine and dine experience. This authentic Istrian house (stancija) was built in a secluded estate, stretching over 120,000 m2, in the beginning of the 20th century. Built of white Istrian stone, the same one that glitters like lace on St. Marcus’ Square in Venice, Stancija Meneghetti offers an exclusive setting for groups of up to 90 guests