Former Football Star Luís Figo on Holiday in Croatia

By , 09 Aug 2017, 17:29 PM Lifestyle
Former Football Star Luís Figo on Holiday in Croatia Luis Figo / Instagram

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Football legend spent a week sailing around Dalmatia

Football legend Luís Figo, who used to play for Barcelona, Real Madrid and Inter Milan before he retired in 2009, spent a week on the Adriatic.

Figo was spotted in Bibinje and Sukošan with his wife, Swedish model Helen Svedin. They visited the islands of Hvar, Vis and Lastovo, sharing their whole experience in a plethora of Instagram posts.

Zakanj!!! ???

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Judging by the photos and comments, they both seem delighted by the Croatian coast. Before they left Croatia, Figo stated it was amazing to get to know the country. "Croatia, it was an honour and a pleasure to meet you", he wrote in a caption on Instagram.

Starting well the day!!!?

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??Hvar!!

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??in the sea??

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