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Expat insurance policyholders who are enthusiastic about sailing might want to think about relocating abroad to the Dalmatian Coast of Croatia.
Cheapflights.co.uk travel expert Nadine Hallak highlighted the region of Hvar as one of the most popular places for nautical fans.
One of the most common activities for visitors to try is sailing around in the calm waters near to the town.
Another "great option" for these individuals is Makarska, which has the most beaches in Croatia, she declared.
The specialist added the area is also "packed with nightlife, restaurants and a wealth of fishing villages".
It is also a popular destination for divers as the water is so pure, Ms Hallak argued.
Furthermore, the place is surrounded by "stunning cliffs", whilst it also contains high-quality seafood, she stated.
The region's largest nautical event takes place in Croatia between April 17th and 22nd of this year, featuring sailing vessels, yachts, engines and equipment.
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