Welcome to this week’s episode of Low Season Traveller Insider Guides.
This podcast was recorded earlier this year when we visited The Maslina Resort during the low season month of September when much of Europe was in lockdown.
Denis showed us around his beautiful property and I must say, was the most incredible host not only to me, but also the many guests who were visiting. Denis is the epitome of a luxury hotel manager; charming, attentive, efficient and unbelievably “present” as he was at all times clearly visible and leading from the front.
We were grateful he found time to speak with us about Maslina as we sat overlooking the azure sea at the Maslina’s fabulous A Bay Beach Bar...
Huge thanks again to Denis and his wonderful team at the Maslina for their hospitality and for taking the time to share their insights with us today and , if you’d like to book your next low season break at the Maslina, you can find details of the best time to visit for low season prices on the low season traveller website under the Croatia section.
We’re currently planning a number of low season small group tours for 2022 including Chiang Mai, Vietnam, Switzerland, Ireland, Cambodia, India, Sri Lanka and more. They will all be wonderful culturally immersive experiences in small groups where we will really get under the skin of the destination in each case as we create our very own Responsible, Sustainable, guilt free travel experiences.
But that’s our show for this week.
Thanks as always, for your company, Have a great week wherever you are, stay healthy, stay safe, keep your travel dreams alive and don’t forget to share this podcast with your friends, family and social networks.
And Remember that travel is always better and fairer; for the planet, the local communities and you the travellers, when it’s without the crowds…
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