My last festival came soon. I have been so busy this summer I don’t even remember it. I think the best part of this last road trip was that I got Captur back and the fact we found the most amazing accommodation.
Somewhere between Pakostane and Tisno is a small village/town called Drage. In the olive field a family built a stone house. Solar powered with water tanks. Completely off the grid with a beautiful view, only a few minutes away from everything. Peace, quiet and just amazing. A night in this little house costed me around £85. It can take 4 guests and maybe some extra kids if they sleep with the parents. It is only a few meters away from the sea.
We only stayed one night, but it was so nice I didn’t want to leave.
We spent the day enjoying the views, and preparing to go to the festival that night. We really wanted to get the most out of this little house 🙂
Drage village is actually a very cute place, not much to do but great to go and actually just relax.
Sunsets at this place are out of this world. You guys know how much I love sunsets!
We drove to Tisno to the festival that night. Everyone was there, including Captur and Kadjar who reunited once again to catch these #IconicFestivalMoments. I must admit the party wasn’t what I expected but people looked like they were having loads of fun, and that is the most important thing after all.
On our way back to Zagreb, we had to turn off to the old road, and somewhere around Novigrad we found a castle! I real castle people!
It was an amazing road-trip, and great fun with awesome people. I must admit even thought I was given Captur by Renault, I will miss that little car. We shared many memories in it and they will stick forever. Flying is easy, but road trips are a special experience. Pablo was always under the seat with us and I just felt like it was magical. I will miss you mr. Captur 😀
If you missed my other festivals, you can read about them here, and see how other bloggers experienced it as well.