Brand new ITV2 series Weekender: Boat Party has seen a cast of holiday reps dotting across Croatia.
In a spin-off to Ibiza Weekender, which was initially called Magaluf Weekender, it seems that Croatia is the party hotspot for both 2018 and the near future.
So, which Croatian islands do they visit on Weekender: Boat Party? And which ones should make your next holiday list?
Episodes 1-2: Makarska – 7.5/10
The first two episodes of the Boat Party series had the gang running around the small island of Makarska.
It’s a holiday hotspot for 16-25 year-olds with a beautiful beachfront, seafront promenade and busy nightlife.
One of the main clubbing attractions – and a place the Weekender gang absolutely loved – is a club called Deep Makarska.
The club is set inside a cave and offers a unique clubbing experience on top of its pumping electronic and techno music.
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Episodes 1-2: Bol – 5/10
Jordan Davies, El Jefe, Imogen Townley and newbies Charlotte Hughes and Jackson Kneeshaw visited the picturesque island of Bol during episode two.
The island is known for its stunning architecture more than it is its buzzing nightlife, although it’s one of the most famous and well-visited holiday destinations for those looking to explore Croatia.
Episodes 2-3: Hvar – 9/10
The go-to destination in Croatia right now is the lively island of Hvar, just off the Dalmatian coast.
During the summer Made in Chelsea: Croatia spin-off, all of the filming was shot in Hvar.
Hvar offers a perfect mix of daytime activities, beaches and, of course, crazy nightlife.
The two main destinations for partygoers is Carpe Diem and Veneranda, offering chilled out beach club vibes by day and X-rated action by night.
A host of celebrities often vacate to Hvar, so keep an eye on the VIP guestlists!
WATCH WEEKENDER: BOAT PARTY EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT ON ITV2, AT 9.15 PM.