Supermodels and Celeb Couples Holiday in Montenegro and Croatia

03. Aug 2018. in Lifestyle & Tourism

Supermodel Naomi Campbell and Colombian singer Maluma were spotted holidaying on Croatia's famous coastline, but its smaller neighbour, Montenegro, drew celebrity couple the Beckhams.

Summer is, as usual, drawing a clutch of world-famous celebrities to Croatia's fashionable coast, including British catwalk legend Naomi Campbell, who has been enjoying cruising on the Adriatic.

The world-famous former model, together with French actress Farid Kheld and her family, and Frenchman Vincent Darre, have been holidaying on a luxury yacht, Croatian media reported on Thursday.

Campbell was snapped sunbathing on the yacht, and paddling a canoe around it with Kheld, while the French actress's son skied on the water.

After a day of pleasure on the yacht, Naomi walked with friends to the old town of Dubrovnik, followed by a dinner at one of the nearby restaurants.

The fashion legend is just one of many famous visitors to the Adriatic coast this year.

Hollywood actresses Thandie Newton, known as Mae in the series "Westworld", has also decided to spend her vacation, or at least part of it, in Croatia.

Colombian singer Maluma also visited Croatia at the end of July. He came to Dubrovnik with his girlfriend, Natalia, who has Croatian roots.

Kristina Mamic, spokesperson of the Croatian Tourist Board, told BIRN that Croatia is ever more interesting to the film world in general.

Hit romantic musical comedy Mamma Mia 2, "Here we Go Again," which grossed a thumping 190 million US dollars in only weeks after its release in July, was filmed partly on the Croatian island of Vis, though fictionally set in Greece.

“Numerous blockbusters and hit series such as Game of Thrones, Star Wars, Robin Hood, Mamma Mia 2, were shot in Croatia. The film industry is an excellent promotion for Croatia,” Mamic recalled.

While Croatia continues to secure its place as a favourite tourist destination for Europeans, both the rich and not-so-rich, neighbouring Montenegro is also attracting some stars of its own.

The above-mentioned Colombian pop singer Maluma went on to Montenegro after his Croatian odyssey, sharing a photo from the resort of Budva on Instagram.

David Beckham, the famous retired English footballer, his fashion designer wife, former Spice Girl Victoria, and their children, visited Montenegro in July.

World media were buzzing about their reportedly numerous demands. According to the Serbian tabloid Kurir, they made 28 special requests before their arrival.

Managers of the resort of St Stefan chose their top employees to take care of the Beckhams and their two luxury apartments.

The small islet and five-star hotel resort has long been a popular destination for the world's super-rich.

It is no secret that Russia's Roman Abramovic, owner of Chelsea football club and Millhouse LLC company, spends vacations there.

Top model Adrijana Lima last year spent her holidays in Montenegro. Allegedly, she has reserved several apartments in St Stefan, where he plans to stay for ten days with her family in August.

Montenegro has high hopes of a record summer season this year. Despite having a coastline that is only 300 kilometres long, it expects to earn around a billion euros from tourism in 2018 – up from less than 900 million euros in 2017.

Supermodel Naomi Campbell and Colombian singer Maluma were spotted holidaying on Croatia's famous coastline, but its smaller neighbour, Montenegro, drew celebrity couple the Beckhams.

Summer is, as usual, drawing a clutch of world-famous celebrities to Croatia's fashionable coast, including British catwalk legend Naomi Campbell, who has been enjoying cruising on the Adriatic.

The world-famous former model, together with French actress Farid Kheld and her family, and Frenchman Vincent Darre, have been holidaying on a luxury yacht, Croatian media reported on Thursday.

Campbell was snapped sunbathing on the yacht, and paddling a canoe around it with Kheld, while the French actress's son skied on the water.

After a day of pleasure on the yacht, Naomi walked with friends to the old town of Dubrovnik, followed by a dinner at one of the nearby restaurants.

The fashion legend is just one of many famous visitors to the Adriatic coast this year.

Hollywood actresses Thandie Newton, known as Mae in the series "Westworld", has also decided to spend her vacation, or at least part of it, in Croatia.

Colombian singer Maluma also visited Croatia at the end of July. He came to Dubrovnik with his girlfriend, Natalia, who has Croatian roots.

Kristina Mamic, spokesperson of the Croatian Tourist Board, told BIRN that Croatia is ever more interesting to the film world in general.

Hit romantic musical comedy Mamma Mia 2, "Here we Go Again," which grossed a thumping 190 million US dollars in only weeks after its release in July, was filmed partly on the Croatian island of Vis, though fictionally set in Greece.

“Numerous blockbusters and hit series such as Game of Thrones, Star Wars, Robin Hood, Mamma Mia 2, were shot in Croatia. The film industry is an excellent promotion for Croatia,” Mamic recalled.

While Croatia continues to secure its place as a favourite tourist destination for Europeans, both the rich and not-so-rich, neighbouring Montenegro is also attracting some stars of its own.

The above-mentioned Colombian pop singer Maluma went on to Montenegro after his Croatian odyssey, sharing a photo from the resort of Budva on Instagram.

David Beckham, the famous retired English footballer, his fashion designer wife, former Spice Girl Victoria, and their children, visited Montenegro in July.

World media were buzzing about their reportedly numerous demands. According to the Serbian tabloid Kurir, they made 28 special requests before their arrival.

Managers of the resort of St Stefan chose their top employees to take care of the Beckhams and their two luxury apartments.

The small islet and five-star hotel resort has long been a popular destination for the world's super-rich.

It is no secret that Russia's Roman Abramovic, owner of Chelsea football club and Millhouse LLC company, spends vacations there.

Top model Adrijana Lima last year spent her holidays in Montenegro. Allegedly, she has reserved several apartments in St Stefan, where he plans to stay for ten days with her family in August.

Montenegro has high hopes of a record summer season this year. Despite having a coastline that is only 300 kilometres long, it expects to earn around a billion euros from tourism in 2018 – up from less than 900 million euros in 2017.

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