Croatia destinations



Split is the largest Dalmatian city, the second-largest urban center in Croatia, and the seat of Split-Dalmatia County. The city is located on the shores of the Mediterranean, more specifically on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea, spreading over a central peninsula and its surroundings, with its metropolitan area including many surrounding seaside...

Makarska is a beautiful town, a port and a tourist center of a riviera that stretches over 50 km along the coast, under the mountain Biokovo. Makarska is situated by the sea and its consists of a town center built in a Mediterranean style and baroque houses, while in the modern part you can find restaurants, hotels, campsites, apartments and villas...

Dubrovnik is a town on the Adriatic coast in the extreme south of Croatia. Owing to its exceptional and rare historical heritage, it is one of the most prominent tourist destinations on the Adriatic. Although it has been damaged considerably during the great earthquake in 1667, and during the bombarding in 1991, Dubrovnik succeeded in conserving...

Istria is the largest peninsula on the Adriatic and it occupies 3.476 km². Most of its territory belongs to the Republic of Croatia, while a very small amount of it belongs to the Republic of Italy. The coast in front of the bay of Kopar and a part of the bay of Piran are a part of the Slovenian territory. The istrian coast, together with the island and islets occupies...

Rijeka and Crikvenica Riviera are situated north on the Adriatic coast. The most important centers in the region are Rijeka, Crikvenica, Novi Vinodolski and Senj. These towns all have significant cultural heritage, while tourism and lovely locations offer numerous possibilities for sports activities and exploration of nature. In Rijeka, one can go...

Visit one of more than one thousand islands on the Adriatic coast. Choose from islands in the south of Croatia, Middle Adriatic or the North. The biggest and the most popular islands are Krk, Cres, Brač, Hvar, Pag...Choose an island depending on your vision of a perfect holiday. If you want to party the night away visit Pag and Hvar. For peaceful leisure...

Zadar is a magnificent Mediterranean city situated on the Adriatic coast abundant in islands in archipelago. Near Zadar you may visit national parks of Plitvice, Paklenica, Krka and Kornati, as well as Parks of nature Velebit and Telašćica. Town has been significantly enlarged during the last two decades and you can visit it by walking along the coast...

Šibenik is the oldest town on our coast, located on the central part of Croatian Adriatic coast, in a scenic, indented bay, at the Krka river mouth. It is situated on the hillsides in the north of the bay, and it is surrounded by the fortresses Saint Michael, Saint John, and Subicevac. In the old part of the town, the houses are made of stone and closely built...

Zagreb is the capital of Croatia and the largest city, with its number of residents, and with complete area size of 641 km². The city area comprises district of the city of Zagreb, together with 70 other districts. From the historical point of view, Zagreb grew out of two villages that were settled in the hills in its vicinity, Gradec and Kaptol. In these days, that is the heart....
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