General information



Area: 56,542 km2
Territorial sea: 31.067 km2
Population: 4.381.352
Capital city: Zagreb, 770.058 inhabitants
Coastline: 5,835 km, of which 4,058 km long coastline of islands, islets and reefs
Number of islands, islets and reefs: 1,185 - there are 67 inhabited islands and the biggest ones are Krk and Cres.
Highest peak: Dinara 1,831 m above sea level

Climate:
• In the interior: moderate continental climate with hot, dry summers and mild but wet winters
• Mountain regions: fresh summers and cold winters with a large amount of snow
• Coastal regions: Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild but wet winters
• The average temperature in January: the interior -1 to 3° C; mountains -5 to 0° C; coast 5-10° C
• The average temperature in August: the interior of 22-26° C; mountain region 15-20° C; Coast 26-30° C

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 is 89 891 km2.
The total number of Croatian population of 2001 amounted to 4,437,460 inhabitants. Croats make up over 90% of the Croatian population, while minorities are Bosniaks, Hungarians, Italians and Serbs.
The Croatian capital is Zagreb (with a total population slightly more than 1 million), while the other major centers in the northeast are Osijek, Rijeka and Split, which is located in the south. The official language is Croatian, and the letter Latin alphabet.


Croatia is divided into 21 counties:

1. Bjelovarsko-bilogorska county
2. Brodsko-posavska county
3. Dubrovačko-neretvanska county
4. Istra county
5. Karlovac county
6. Koprivničko-križevačka county
7. Krapinsko-zagorska county
8. Ličko-senjska county
9. Međimurska county
10.Osječko-baranjska county
11.Požeško-slavonska county
12.Primorsko-goranska county
13.Sisačko-moslavačka county
14.Splitsko-dalmatinska county
15.Varaždin county
16.Virovitičko-podravska county
17.Vukovarsko-srijemska county
18.Zadar county
19.Zagreb county
20.Šibenik-Knin county
21.City of Zagreb



Croatia has one of the nicest and most scenic coastlines in the world. It has many natural beauties, hidden coves, reefs, rocks and picturesque beaches.

Croatia has an incredible 5835 km of coastal length, of which 4 057 km belongs to the islands, islets and rocks, and 1 778 km of the coastline belongs to the mainland. Croatia has one of the most indented coastlines in the world making it the most representative of the Mediterranean coasts. From the entire island archipelago comprising 1,185 islands, only 70 is inhabited. Here are some of the most famous: Brač, Cres,Hvar, Kaprije, Koločep, Korčula, Krapanj, Krk,Lastovo, Lopud, Mljet, Murter, Žirje, Žižanj,Dugi Otok, Pag, Palagruža, Pašman, Prvić, Ugljan, Vis, Rab, Sušac, Šipan, Šolta.

Croatia has a Mediterranean climate characterized by hot dry summers and mild winters. The Croatian coast is one of the sunniest in Europe, with 2600 hours of sunshine annually. Continental climate with warm summers and snowy winters prevails in the interior of the country, with temperatures in January 0-2° C, and August 19-23° C.
The average temperature along the coast in January is 6-11°C in August 21 to 27°C, while the average summer sea temperature is 25°C to 27°C.

Croatia cherishes the centuries-old tradition in tourism, which is enriched by anthropogenic factors, traces of traditional culture, customs and historical legends and specifically gastronomy. With favorable conditions such as climate, vegetation, landscape and the clear blue sea and its many beaches, Croatia is one of the most popular Mediterranean countries. Croatia is an extremely rich and diverse endemic natural resource and it is characterized by numerous world-renowned beauties protected by the relevant institutions in order to protect the value of resources and to promote environmental awareness.
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