Nestled between the Alps, Pannonian Plain and Adriatic Sea, in the south-eastern part of the European continent, it is becoming one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Mediterranean. But even in the busy summer months there are more than enough secret spots and idyllic places where you can relax and enjoy some reflective solo-time.
Croatia is widely regarded as being “home to the world’s best sunsets” and endless sandy and rocky beaches. On over 1100 islands you will have the endless opportunities to relax and discover this unique and modernised country, that managed so well to keep the authentic vibe of the Mediterranean as it once was. Cities throughout the country have well preserved old towns, mostly hidden behind many centuries old city walls. Venetian-style palaces, stone houses, fortresses and narrow, marble streets are just a few of many historical sights.
It is a homeland to breathtaking national parks, picturesque nature parks and special reserves that protect plant life, animals and geological formations. A place where you will find some of the world’s most beautiful islands and most spectacular landscape. A land of unique gastronomy with a modern touch of traditional recipes. Croatia is truly a country of diversity.
Many tourists visit Croatia with one purpose: sunbathing on dreamy beaches. Although nearly 6000 kilometres of coastline is unquestionably one of the most inviting things, we believe this is just one drop in the ocean of opportunities of how to experience this magnificent land. Walk or bike across the islands, hike high up the mountains, raft down the rivers, get lost deep in the river canyons, explore the amazing underwater world or sea-kayak to lonely beaches. The choice is yours. Choose the activities you prefer and let us do the organisation and help you be your own guide.
Top 10 reasons to visit Croatia
- Sun, sun and more sun. There are 12 hours of sunshine a day in May and June, on average, and 13 in July and August. The average of sunshine hours is 2.700 per year.
- Rich history. Wherever in Croatia you go, you cannot escape the numerous historical sites, some dated back to the Stone Age. Most towns have amazing old towns with well preserved palaces, castles, town squares, city walls and much more.