Slovenia was stunning, despite the torrential rain that lasted for a large part of our journey (did I mention that before?). With road conditions not quite up to the standard in Italy, it meant towing was a little trickier, again with limited visibility and wetter roads than expected.
Having dealt with the roads of France, and then the roads of Italy and then Slovenia. We feared what awaited us in Croatia.
With the sun high over the Split skyline our crew weaved their way through the busy city traffic, making fairly light work of the awkward hair pains as we maneuvered through the Croatian traffic.
With the hills in the distance, our convoy, led by the Pegasus GT70 Rimini and towed by the Skoda Kodiaq, navigated through the early evening city traffic to the campsite for the night Kamp Galeb.
As we made our way towards the beachside campsite, along the far from perfect road conditions, we were flanked by the glorious views along the coast, first moving left, then right, something we repeated for well over ten minutes. From here, we swept our way up the hill towards the campsite along the narrow lanes.
Saturday 14th April – Split to Dubrovnik, Croatia – 125 miles