If you are coming to Croatia, be sure not to miss top destinations in the country and treat yourself with excellent accommodation that will meet all of your needs.
When starting from the south, then Dubrovnik should be the first destination on your list. Town of Dubrovnik has been a landmark of Croatian tourism since the mid 20th century and every year its reputation is justified by ever rising number of visitors. Many people that come to Croatia make at least one day excursion to Dubrovnik, or visit it for a couple of days, but those who truly wish to enjoy this Adriatic pearl should consider staying longer as Dubrovnik and its surroundings offer plenty to see, experience and taste. Accommodation can easily be found that will satisfy everyone's taste as the offer ranges from private rentals to big resorts. This region also has many luxury villas and more than one of them used to be an old summer house for Dubrovnik noblemen. Not only are they comfortable and feature luxurious amenities, but they also have interesting stories to tell.
Heading north, a bit of island hopping is also a nice idea. Visiting islands of the Central Dalmatia will surely be a rewarding experience. Brač, Šolta, Vis and Hvar are the biggest islands and each has something unique to offer to its visitors for a perfect holiday. When it comes to partying then island of Hvar is your destination in Central Dalmatia. This beautiful island with numerous secluded coves and beaches offers its visitors a chance to enjoy the privacy and solitude during daytime and still party in the evening when the town of Hvar is filled with young people who want to have a good time. And when you wish to escape the crowds, you can just retreat to your accommodations on a quiet location. Whether you choose an apartment or a luxury villa with pool in a picturesque village, you can rest assured that you'll have a great time.
The next great location for a visit is this year's best European destination, Zadar. Situated in the north part of Dalmatia, this beautiful old town boasts with history that spreads over three millennia, and its lively stone streets are like an open museum that provides a glimpse of genuine Mediterranean life. If you wish to stay in the very town, the accommodation offer is great but also consider the possibility of staying somewhere near Zadar as villas and apartments tend to be even better and the offer is more versatile. Zadar region is also a very interesting one, featuring breathtaking sandy beaches, tourist resorts and lovely small towns with charming taverns and bars.
The last destination is a special kind of treat. Situated in the north west part of the Croatian coast, Istria and Kvarner are locations that one can visit over and over again, each time discovering new gems. Accommodation in Istria is stunning, with excellent selection of villas and apartments. Small towns and villages in its inland are leading the way with homeowners of beautiful villas surrounded by lush vegetation and woods that wish to provide the best holiday experience for its guests. Apart from luxury accommodation, the rest of the travel experience meets the same criteria – numerous festivals, excellent restaurants, renowned wines, it all creates a memorable visit of Istria and many foreigners decide to buy their own property after spending a vacation there.
Croatia is a small country, but whichever part you decide to visit you won't be wrong as each region has something special to offer. Holiday in Croatia is indeed a heavenly experience.