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June 10, 2013 09:17 ET Looks at Last Chance to Visit Destinations

Visit These Destinations Now Before Its 'All Change' -- From £ 76 Per Person

LONDON--(Marketwired - Jun 10, 2013) - In July, Croatia will join the EU, which may see the country change from a lesser known and relatively cheap beach break, to a more mass market and potentially much pricier holiday destination. With this in mind, has compiled a list of places to visit before nature or man makes a trip impossible -- from sinking islands to shrinking seas, make sure you visit these destinations before it's too late!

Escape to Croatia from £76 per person
Still known as one of the less developed European destinations, Croatia is worth exploring now before July when it joins the EU and will no doubt see an influx of tourists. Visitors to Croatia can experience the country's diverse scenery, take in the capital city Zagreb's café culture, island hop around the Adriatic Sea or visit the UNESCO World Heritage City, Dubrovnik. Explore Dubrovnik's Old Town and the beautiful Franciscan Monastery or see the historic, terracotta townhouses from the city's cable car. Return flights from London Gatwick to Dubrovnik start from £76 per person with

Relax in the Maldives from £528 per person
With 80% of its 1,200 sun-kissed, paradise islands no more than 1 metre above sea level, it's predicted that within 100 years the Maldives could be underwater. Known for its white sands and pristine waters, the honeymoon favourite is a must visit before it's too late. Relax on the beach, dive, snorkel or just soak in the sun -- with lavish hotels and private villas the Maldives is the ultimate getaway for guaranteed sunshine, relaxation and luxury. Return flights from London Heathrow to Male start from £528 per person with

Dive into the Dead Sea from £380 per person
The Jordan Rift Valley is arguably one of the world's most stunning destinations, with dramatic, beautiful landscape and the famous Dead Sea. The Dead Sea is the lowest and saltiest sport on earth -- over 400 metres below sea level; and shrinking by a metre each year. Get in quick to enjoy the warm, soothing and incredibly buoyant water which has attracted visitors since ancient times. Relax in the Dead Sea's rich, black mud and float effortlessly soaking up the water's healthy minerals. Return flights from London Gatwick to Amman, Jordan start from £380 per person with

Head to Cuba from £513 per person
Cuba is often considered to be trapped in time, giving the country a unique appeal popular with tourists who enjoy holidays off the beaten track. But more recently, the tourist trade in Cuba and neighbouring Caribbean islands has boomed and with the potential for a relaxation of US travel restrictions in the longer term, Cuba looks set to embrace new visitors -- and significant change. Visitors to the capital city Havana, can enjoy the glories of old days with mojitos and salsa dancing along the promenades of the Malecon sea wall with spectacular views of the El Castillo castle, sea and town. Return flights from London Heathrow to Havana start from £513 per person with

Row through the canals of Venice from £79 per person
The iconic canals of Venice, Italy are sinking at an average of 2-3 millimetres a year. One of Europe's most picturesque destinations, visitors to Venice can immerse themselves in the city's illustrious past with trips to ornate churches, museums, vibrant markets and thriving medieval shipyard -- Venice Arsenale. Be sure to experience a gondola along the canal, and enjoy the architecture of this World Heritage Site before the floating city becomes the sinking city! Return flights from London Gatwick to Venice start from £79 per person with

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