TUI BLUE Bellevue

With a prime spot overlooking the attractive pebble beach, TUI BLUE Bellevue is well placed for both relaxation and exploration. A large swimming pool with water-slide will keep the whole family happy whilst three restaurants offer up a delicious assortment of Croatian specialities and international favourites. For snacks and light bites, there’s Thea’s Coffee Shop. The dedicated Family Sports & Activity entertainers are on hand to keep everyone happy during the day with professional acts in the evenings. If your children are with you, they’ll appreciate parent-free time at the Kids’ Club for three to 11 year olds – and teenagers can head to The Hangout to chill. With all this and an indulgent spa, there’s plenty to keep the whole family busy at the TUI BLUE Bellevue.

Overview of Croatia

Once a hidden gem, Croatia is fast climbing to the top of the holiday charts. With historic towns, seaside resorts and showstopping national parks, it has so much on offer. Whether you’re after history and hiking or lazy beach days, holidays to Croatia certainly fit the bill. An especially popular spot with families is the Istrian Riviera, and Rabac in particular. With its pretty bay, seafront promenade and great selection of modern hotels, including the TUI BLUE Bellevue this lively spot delivers truly memorable experiences.

Things to do in Rabac

Just 2km from the TUI BLUE Bellevue is the centre of Rabac. Here you’ll find some of Croatia’s best beaches as well as a buzzing promenade packed with restaurants serving Croatian fare and the freshest of seafood plates. The Blue Flag beach of Girandella is the focal point of the resort with a pretty stretch of pebbles dotted with umbrellas and deckchairs. Add a bit of adventure to your holiday with a spin on a jet-ski or banana boat. For sightseeing, drive to historic Rovinj with its Venetian old town and artists’ workshops. Croatia is an up-and-coming destination with so much to offer. If you’re after great beaches with plenty of sightseeing, it’s definitely one to consider.


Resort Summary

Rabac was once a humble fishing village. But its beautiful beaches couldn’t be kept secret for long. In the 20th century, it became a holiday spot for the nobility, who built expansive villas here. These days it’s a tourist hub. But despite its popularity, the village still maintains its original unspoilt charm.

You’ll head to Rabac down a winding mountain road. As you turn the final corner, you’ll be greeted by a view of brightly-coloured houses nestling into a hilly slope. This is the medieval town of Laban, Rabac’s sister village. Rabac itself is a town of terracotta-topped stone buildings nestled around a thriving harbour, where white yachts bob in the deep-blue waters of the Adriatic.

A picturesque promenade runs along the coast. In the day it’s used by cyclists and rollerbladers, giving way in the evening to groups of walkers taking a leisurely stroll. As the sky darkens, the lights of the ocean-front restaurants illuminate the water, as the village comes to life. In this picture-perfect corner of the world, holidays to Rabac, Croatia, will have you reaching for your camera again and again.