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Driving a supercar along the Croatian coast

Xanadu Luxury Group is offering supercar aficionados the chance to drive a car such as a Ferrari or Lamborghini along the stunning sun-drenched Adriatic Coast next Spring. The all-inclusive package, which takes place between Monday 24 April and Sunday 1 May 2022, will encompass scheduled stops at Michelin restaurants, wineries and vineyards, and overnight stays in five-star hotels as guests drive along the Croatian coast from Venice to Montenegro. Guests can choose the car they want to drive from an impressive list, including some of the best supercars in the world, such as a Ferrari 488 Spider, a Lamborghini Huracan Performante, Bentley GTC, and Aston Martin DB11 Volante. Xanadu Luxury Group is organising the event to encourage people to forget about the troubles of the last 18 months, celebrate new beginnings, enjoy life, and fulfil their dreams. A lifestyle management and asset acquisition company, Xanadu Luxury Group specialises in delivering upscale bespoke experiences. With key partners around the world, they have successfully built relationships in sectors that empower them to make luxury assets more accessible for their clients. And, as part of their Green Initiative, Xanadu Luxury Group is proudly supporting One Tree Planted and expect to plant a total of 9,731 trees through the Coast to Coast event. When mature, these trees can be expected to remove over 467,000 pounds of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere each year. The Coast to Coast supercar excursion begins in Venice, Italy, when guests are united with their chosen car over brunch at the luxurious five-star JW Marriott Hotel on the private island of Isola delle Rose. The first leg of the journey will then commence to Rovinj, Croatia, stopping off at Kozlovic Winery for a bespoke lunch in the Valle Vineyards. In Rovinj, guests will stay at Grand Park Hotel Rovinj, an elegant seafront hotel nestled in a fragrant pine forest. Grand Park Hotel Rovinj has seven restaurants and bars, one of which is the Michelin-starred Agli Amici Rovinj in the heart of the marina, where guests will dine that evening. The next stop is Zadar, Croatia, to stay at the Falkensteiner Hotel and enjoy a Mediterranean gourmet experience in the Michelin 2020 Restaurant Kaštel. On the way, there will be a stop at Restaurant Dida in Crikvenica, which is set in a dreamy garden next to the sea. Day three sees guests enjoying a scenic drive to the capital, Split, and lunching at the beautiful Bibich Winery. Accommodation that night will be in the Cornaro Hotel, an exquisite urban lifestyle hotel in the heart of the city, and dinner will be at the sophisticated Olive Tree Restaurant by the promenade. The following day, a ferry sails from Ploče to Orebić, and the journey continues to the Rixos Premium Dubrovnik, and then on to its final destination, Tivat, Montenegro. Guests will stay at the Chiedi Lustica Bay Hotel, the best five-star luxury hotel in Montenegro, and eat their evening meal on the rooftop at the Panorama Restaurant and Wine Bar. There will be a party at Nikki Beach Club, a stylish seaside boutique property on the Bay of Tivat, and a weekend of relaxation will be the perfect way to unwind after such an unforgettable experience.

Paul Johnson

Paul Johnson is Editor of A Luxury Travel Blog and has worked in the travel industry for more than 30 years. He is Winner of the Innovations in Travel ‘Best Travel Influencer’ Award from WIRED magazine. In addition to other awards, the blog has also been voted “one of the world’s best travel blogs” and “best for luxury” by The Daily Telegraph.

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  1. Can I reserve the Bentley GTC? I mean, this epic trip surely deserves to be enjoyed in the best way possible and while all of the named cars will perfectly deliver a unique experience, I feel like the Bentley suits my personal style the most, closely followed by the Aston Martin.

  2. The itinerary looks to be well-planned. Having a party so that everybody can kick back and share their experiences and having some relaxation at the end is good too. Sounds to me as if the organisers know what they are doing.

  3. Encouraging to see that so many luxury experiences are building in conservation too. I really can’t see the human race going without their pleasure for ever, fun and conservation will have to go hand-in-hand.

    1. The luxury industry is often overlooked for how it takes conservation issues into account. It’s often criticised but, when you look more deeply, often unjustly so.

  4. I expect some very careful research and planning has gone into choosing exhilarating roads to drive. Possibly beyonf my budget at the moment. I can see these trips taking off and more of them being scheduled. Maybe one day …

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