Where do we find the must-visit destinations and beauties you should not miss while you are planning your holidays to Croatia? While exploring the rich Adriatic coast and various offerings of accommodation, different landscapes and natural resources, we can say Croatia has it all.
Holiday opportunities in Istria
Travelers select each year their vacation destination depending on the offer and preferences. Close to the Italian border is the most developed tourist region in Croatia, Istria. Famous for its olive oils, vineyards and nautical tourism, Istria continues to rapidly expand in tourism quality. Over the past few years, Istria has become the center of elite tourism in Croatia and a top pick for holidays to Croatia. Istria has beautiful historic cities such as Rovinj and Pula, built by the Roman Empire. In Pula you can visit the famous Arena, an amphitheater from past times. In the continental part you can take road trip with bicycles, to encounter more history monuments, or for example visit taverns with local specialties. National Park Brijuni will give you an unforgettable experience. A very special mushrooms truffles, awarded olive oil and wine selection, will make you remember the taste of Istria. Yachting tourism and exclusive villas are bringing Istria’s tourism quality to an exclusive level. Istrian tourism can be divided to a blue and green Istria. The blue flagged beaches offer a crystal-clear sea, sport, recreation and entertainment centers and camps. Galeb, AC Solaris, Funtana, Koversada and Vrsar, are some of the most famous blue flagged beaches in Istria. When we refer to green Istria, we are talking about beautiful historic stone villas, agritourism and peaceful vacation for the ones looking for relaxing and sightseeing surroundings.
Kvarner beauties for holidays in Croatia
Kvarner is a perfect choice for guests of all ages. If you like to swim, sail, walk or hike, you will find the offer that suits your desires and needs in Kvarner area. Island Krk, Cres, Lošinj and Rab have beautiful landscapes, big autochthonal gastronomical offer, stunning beaches and various accommodation choices. Gorski Kotar is a continental part of Kvarner that will ensnare your senses, whether you choose hiking through nature in winter or in autumn days. The nature and the mountains that meet the see in close distance are a perfect combination and a reason to have your holidays in Croatia.
Dalmatia with her shiny jewels
Many songs have been written about the love to this land. Dalmatia is full of islands, national parks, beautiful beaches, crowned by mountains and surrounded by the sea. The northern part of Dalmatia starts with island Pag, famous for its cheese and lace. For the ones that like to party hard, you can find your favorite destination on the island and visit the famous Zrće party beach. Novalja and Pag offer a big choice of accommodations from luxuriously furnished villas to apartments. Must-visit sights in Dalmatia are National Park Paklenica for hikers and Kornati for sailors. Do not miss to visit the city of Zadar, the city founded by Romans, rich in historical heritage, with a great summer program and the beautiful surrounding villages with fantastic private beaches and the famous Dalmatian traditional cuisine. While you are in Zadar, don’t miss to visit the famous sunset at the Sea Organs. The mid part of Dalmatia has also rich historical sights, mainly because Dalmatia was a trading route through the history and had many conquerors. Šibenik is a historical small city that will astonish you with its touristic offer in his surroundings. Visit Vodice near Šibenik for a good night out or relax to the maximum in the touristic complex Solaris also near Šibenik. Smaller towns and places like Rogoznica and Kašteli in the surroundings of Split offer a vast range of accommodation. Don’t forget to visit the biggest city in Dalmatia, Split and its historic heritage, the Diocletian’s palace, getting more and more famous as a Game of Thrones filming site. Split is a good choice for all that love vacation in big Mediterranean city. Solin is a first town in the area close to Split, build also in the Roman empire, an important historic sight. Makarska is a small town of southern Dalmatia, full of life in the summer. A quality touristic program, various offer of accommodation and well-known nightlife station. Brač, Korčula and Mljet are islands worth visiting for their beautiful beaches and stunning nature. Bring your family to special holidays to Croatia and experience the big offer that Dalmatia can give.
Dubrovnik, a trip to history
Dubrovnik is one of the most beautiful fortified cities on the Croatian coast. The entire construction of the city is a historical monument, full of summer festivals and cultural events that picture the famous Dubrovnik Republic to tourists. The city is rapidly developing in cultural and modern tourism. Taste the dishes from old times, try the autochthone cuisine, discover the most beautiful and historic villas in the surroundings of Dubrovnik, crystal clear sea and the rich cultural surroundings. You have surely a good enough reason to take your holidays in Croatia and make one in a lifetime memory.