About Croatia

General information

Croatia is a country in Central and Southeastern Europe at the crossroads of the Central Europe, the Balkans, and the Adriatic Sea. By visiting Croatia you may enjoy in the mixture of climate and geographical diversity. Visit its national and nature parks, UNESCO protected historical destinations and its beautiful Adriatic Sea with more than one thousand islands.
Croatia is a Central European and Mediterranean country, whose land area is 56,691 km2, and the surface of the sea covers 33 200 km2. The overall size of Croatia covers 89 891 km2. The total number of Croatian population of 2001. census population amounted to 4,437,460 inhabitants. Capital of Croatia is Zagreb.

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Travel to Croatia and visit most attractive Croatian tourist destinations. On request we can arrange one day trips to different popular destinations in Croatia like Dubrovnik, Plitvice, Krka, Cetina, Bol etc. Visit rivieras of Dubrovnik, Split, Rijeka, Šibenik, Zadar and capital of Zagreb.

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Beach guide

The Croatian coast, clear and clean sea and offers a variety of beaches. Croatia has a 1777 km coastline, 1,185 islands, islets and reefs of which 47 are populated. With a length of 5835 km of Adriatic coastline it is dotted with beautiful beaches, ideal for a perfect holiday...

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Camping guide

Croatian camps were categorized with 1-4 stars. The standards are very similar to European ones. Camping segment makes up over 24% of the total accommodation capacities in Croatia. There are 540 registered campsites, of which 406 belong to the category of mini-camps...

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Nautic guide

Croatia, a country of a thousand islands and beautiful coastline, is a paradise for boaters. Croatia has 50 marinas, all of which are associated in the Croatian Marinas Group, with a capacity over 13,200 sea berths and 4,500 dry berths...

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Nature parks

According to the Nature Protection Law (Official Gazette 162/03) a nature park is an area of land or sea, naturally or partially cultivated, with features of international or national importance...

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National parks

The main protected areas of Croatia are the eight national parks, the ten nature parks and two strict reserves. The total area of all national parks in the country is 994 km², of which 235 km² is sea surface...

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UNESCO heritage

Croatia joined UNESCO on June 1, 1992. The country is particularly active in the promotion of inter-cultural dialogue. Croatia also plays an active role in strengthening cooperation in South-East Europe...

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