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Holidays to Croatia

Croatia holidays are all about island hopping, picturesque beaches, glitzy harbours and fabulous bars. Situated on the Adriatic coast, it's a family-friendly destination for lovers of beaches and sunshine. Most of the top beaches are located along the Adriatic coast, which includes world famous resorts such as Opatija, Zagreb and Dubrovnik. Croatia beach holidays are known for their exotic coastlines, natural marine life, old historical buildings, and vibrant night scene.

 

There are plenty of things to do in Croatia, spend time admiring the medieval walled city of Dubrovnik, which was the location for the fictional capital of Westeros in HBO’s hit series, Game of Thrones. The city of Opatija, considered as one of the most famous health resorts, is filled with lovely sand beaches and quaint historical structures to admire, too. Croatian islands, on the other hand, are filled with rocky beaches, pine-wood forests, vineyards and old Venetian buildings.

 

With incredible cuisine, exhilarating water sports and a fun-loving atmosphere, Croatia should be on the top of your summer wish list.

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Places to go and things to do in Croatia

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Discover the joy of unforgettable holidays in Croatia - the country is teeming with exciting opportunities for all.

Venture into the heart of Plitvice National Park, where 16 vibrant lakes are seamlessly interconnected by picture-perfect waterfalls. Enclosed by thick forests, this UNESCO World Heritage site hosts an impressive range of wildlife, including bears, deer, and a variety of rare birds.

Be enchanted by the tranquil beauty of Korcula Island, a picturesque oasis of olive plantations, vineyards, pristine beaches, and captivating villages.

Known as Croatia's sunniest locale, Hvar is the epitome of coastal luxury and festive spirit. Its sophisticated beach clubs and upscale resorts are the summer's hotspot, attracting celebrities and revellers from around the world.

Zadar, a city renowned for its unique Sea Organ, conceived by local architect Nikola Basic, is a must-visit. This remarkable arrangement of pipes and whistles, embedded within stone steps descending into the sea, produces a mesmerizing sound show orchestrated by the waves.

Best Beaches

Escape to Croatia, a haven for beach lovers, where pristine sandy stretches, hidden bays, and pebbly havens await.

In the heart of Dubrovnik’s Old Town, immerse yourself in the vibrant beach culture at Banje Beach. Secure a deck chair, try your hand at jet skiing, or simply indulge in refreshing cocktails served at the Banje Beach Restaurant.

Croatia's most photographed coastal spot, Zlatni Rat, captivates with its clear, shallow waters.

In Southern Dalmatia, explore lush landscapes and hidden coves, with Divna Beach standing out as a serene hideaway.

Near the city of Pula lies the scenic Kamenjak National Park, a treasure trove of gorgeous beaches, caves, and inlets within easy reach of each other.

For an exhilarating day out with your children, make a beeline for Copacabana. Featuring an inflatable water park, tube rides, ample sunbeds, and a variety of food stalls, it promises a day full of beachside fun.

Day Trips

Croatia has countless things you can do and explore on your own, with your partner or with the whole family.

Pack some tasty snacks from Croatia and go for a picnic on Lokrum island, full of trees. A quick 15-minute boat ride from Dubrovnik's Old Harbour will get you there.

Discover the beautiful world under the Adriatic Sea. One place you can go scuba diving is Lucice Cave on Brac Island.

For some excitement, try paragliding in Croatia and feel like a bird in the sky.

You can also zipline over the Cetina River Canyon in Omis or go white water rafting on the Dobra River.

In Zadar, there's a cool place called Sun Salutation, made by Nikola Basic. Stand on the floor with colourful solar panels and watch as the sun changes from orange to pink.

For a peaceful holiday, visit Podstrana on the Dalmatian Coast. It's not far from Split and is a great place to relax.

Nightlife

If you like staying up late, get ready for lots of fun with different bars, clubs, pubs, and shows.

Hvar Island is a top place for nightlife in the summer. There are music festivals and beach parties that go on all day and all night. From June to September, Hvar Town is always lively, with famous DJs and a place for everyone to enjoy.

Begin your evening in Zagreb at the Josip Jelacic Square. Here, you'll find restaurants and bars with street performers and musicians to entertain you. Later, head to the pubs and clubs around Tkalciceva and Trg Petra Preradovica.

Known as the Ibiza of the Adriatic, Pag Island is a great spot for beach parties and electronic music in the summer. Most of the fun is at Zrce Beach and big music festivals. Party all day at popular clubs like Noa Beach Club and Aquarius.

Places to go and things to do in Croatia

Must-Dos

Must-Dos


Discover the joy of unforgettable holidays in Croatia - the country is teeming with exciting opportunities for all.

Venture into the heart of Plitvice National Park, where 16 vibrant lakes are seamlessly interconnected by picture-perfect waterfalls. Enclosed by thick forests, this UNESCO World Heritage site hosts an impressive range of wildlife, including bears, deer, and a variety of rare birds.

Be enchanted by the tranquil beauty of Korcula Island, a picturesque oasis of olive plantations, vineyards, pristine beaches, and captivating villages.

Known as Croatia's sunniest locale, Hvar is the epitome of coastal luxury and festive spirit. Its sophisticated beach clubs and upscale resorts are the summer's hotspot, attracting celebrities and revellers from around the world.

Zadar, a city renowned for its unique Sea Organ, conceived by local architect Nikola Basic, is a must-visit. This remarkable arrangement of pipes and whistles, embedded within stone steps descending into the sea, produces a mesmerizing sound show orchestrated by the waves.

Read More
Best Beaches

Best Beaches


Escape to Croatia, a haven for beach lovers, where pristine sandy stretches, hidden bays, and pebbly havens await.

In the heart of Dubrovnik’s Old Town, immerse yourself in the vibrant beach culture at Banje Beach. Secure a deck chair, try your hand at jet skiing, or simply indulge in refreshing cocktails served at the Banje Beach Restaurant.

Croatia's most photographed coastal spot, Zlatni Rat, captivates with its clear, shallow waters.

In Southern Dalmatia, explore lush landscapes and hidden coves, with Divna Beach standing out as a serene hideaway.

Near the city of Pula lies the scenic Kamenjak National Park, a treasure trove of gorgeous beaches, caves, and inlets within easy reach of each other.

For an exhilarating day out with your children, make a beeline for Copacabana. Featuring an inflatable water park, tube rides, ample sunbeds, and a variety of food stalls, it promises a day full of beachside fun.

Read More
Day Trips

Day Trips


Croatia has countless things you can do and explore on your own, with your partner or with the whole family.

Pack some tasty snacks from Croatia and go for a picnic on Lokrum island, full of trees. A quick 15-minute boat ride from Dubrovnik's Old Harbour will get you there.

Discover the beautiful world under the Adriatic Sea. One place you can go scuba diving is Lucice Cave on Brac Island.

For some excitement, try paragliding in Croatia and feel like a bird in the sky.

You can also zipline over the Cetina River Canyon in Omis or go white water rafting on the Dobra River.

In Zadar, there's a cool place called Sun Salutation, made by Nikola Basic. Stand on the floor with colourful solar panels and watch as the sun changes from orange to pink.

For a peaceful holiday, visit Podstrana on the Dalmatian Coast. It's not far from Split and is a great place to relax.

Read More
Nightlife

Nightlife


If you like staying up late, get ready for lots of fun with different bars, clubs, pubs, and shows.

Hvar Island is a top place for nightlife in the summer. There are music festivals and beach parties that go on all day and all night. From June to September, Hvar Town is always lively, with famous DJs and a place for everyone to enjoy.

Begin your evening in Zagreb at the Josip Jelacic Square. Here, you'll find restaurants and bars with street performers and musicians to entertain you. Later, head to the pubs and clubs around Tkalciceva and Trg Petra Preradovica.

Known as the Ibiza of the Adriatic, Pag Island is a great spot for beach parties and electronic music in the summer. Most of the fun is at Zrce Beach and big music festivals. Party all day at popular clubs like Noa Beach Club and Aquarius.

Read More
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