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Holidays to Croatia

Croatia holidays are packed with rich culture, blissful beaches and captivating scenic views. Croatia is actually one of Europe’s sunniest destinations, where you can expect almost 13 hours of sizzling sun across the summer months. Avid sailors flock to Croatia for its perfect waters, with Split being a prime spot to enjoy the waves and soak up the summer sun.

Croatia’s beautiful capital, Zagreb reels holidaymakers in each year with its vast choice of attractions, winding cobbled streets, fascinating art deco buildings and of course its location, which neighbours the wondrous Plitvice National Park. The 16th century stone walls which surround Dubrovnik’s Old Town are an example of Croatia’s perfectly preserved medieval history.

LANGUAGE Croatian
CURRENCY Croatian Kuna
TIME DIFFERENCE GMT +1
FLIGHT TIME 2 hrs
COST OF A BEER 15 kn
3 COURSE MEAL 100 kn
  • Explore historic Hvar

    Hvar’s rich history all began in 384 BC, when it was colonised by the Greeks. Now, Croatia holidays are filled with memories of Hvar’s intriguing past. Hvar Fortress and St. Stephen’s Cathedral are just a few of the many fascinating and historical sights of Hvar, and that’s not forgetting the glittering harbour, The Harbour of Hvar.

  • Festival fun

    Croatia’s landscapes and activities are amazing, but the festivals this country throws are a key reason why travellers return to Croatia, time and time again. Two-step to your favourite artists under the summer heat at Hideout festival, Defected Croatia and INMusic festival in Zagreb, to name a few of the festivals here.

  • Cable car over Dubrovnik

    The whole of beautiful Dubrovnik can be viewed from the top of the Srd Hill on a Dubrovnik Cable Car, which invites travellers to soar 778 metres above the skies, with around 37 miles of Croatian land and sights to admire from up above.

Activities

In Croatia, anything’s possible, and the diverse range of activities on offer here prove just that. Sip Croatian wine on a wine tasting tour, take a boat trip over to majestic Montenegro or book onto an exciting Game of Thrones Tour across Split and Dubrovnik.

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Blue Cave Boat Trip

Explore the mystical Blue Cave in Split on a fascinating one-day boat trip.

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Day Trips to Montenegro

Lying on the other side of one of Croatia’s borders is Montenegro; a remarkable country steeped in culture with jaw-dropping mountainous landscapes and characterful architecture.

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Beaches

Croatia is home to some extraordinary beaches, from secluded coves to family favourites.  Take a dip in crystalline turquoise waters at Zlatni Rat Beach, snorkel with the native fish at Stiniva, or skim across the seafront on a jet ski over to one of Čiovo’s mesmerising beaches.

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Banje Beach

Banje Beach is one of the most popular and well known beaches located in South Dalmatia, offering picturesque, sandy landscaping, aqua blue seas and a great range of fun water sports to partake in.

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Nin’s beaches

Nin’s beaches in Croatia is comprised of an array of individual beaches, all situated within one resorts, which stretches across 8,000 metres.

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Food and Drink

Eating in Croatia is one of the highlights of visiting this beautiful country. Enjoy some of Croatia’s finest delicacies, from lavish lobster in Dalmatia, Pogača bread and delicious goulash. HERITAGE in Zagreb is the perfect eatery for traditional Croatian cuisine; don’t forget to taste the sumptuous Dalmatian wine, too.

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Buža II Bar

Buža II Bar in Dubrovnik is famed not only for its serene ambience and tasty drinks, but for its breath-taking views, too.

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D’Vino Wine Bar

D’Vino Wine Bar is a quaint and rustic bar situated in the heart of Dubrovnik Old Town, serving up a wide selection of remarkable fine wines for you to try, taste and enjoy on your Croatia holiday.

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Sights

Sightseeing in Croatia is spectacular, ranging from Dubrovnik’s ancient walls and forts, lavish palaces, the Roman Amphitheatre and fascinating mountain scenery at Paklenica National Park. Croatia is even home to a remarkably preserved ancient building, Cathedral of St Domnius.

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Cathedral of St. James

The Cathedral of St. James, located in Sibenik, is one of the most beautiful examples of Croatian architecture to be found anywhere in the country.

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Diocletian’s Palace

Built for the Roman Emperor Diocletian, this majestic palace has stood tall in Split since the turn of the fourth century, AD.

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Top Resorts in Croatia

Brac

Brac is the largest of the Dalmatian islands, located just off the coast of Split. Brac is still pretty undeveloped and therefore attracts visitors looking for a more authentic side of Croatia.

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Cavtat

Cavtat is a small but picturesque town situated in the Dubrovnik-Neretva county of Croatia. It lies on the Adriatic coast which is just over nine miles from Dubrovnik.

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Dubrovnik

Combining chic city breaks with picturesque seaside resorts, Dubrovnik is a true chameleon of the Adriatic.

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Hvar

Hvar is Croatia’s most exclusive destination, a town where people come to see and be seen! Recent star-studded visitors have included Prince Harry, Steven Spielberg and Beyoncé.

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Korcula

Situated just off the mainland Peljesac Peninsula, the island of Korcula offers a chance to experience typical Croatia.

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Mlini

Mlini is a small fishing village to the east of Dubrovnik, offering a quiet holiday full of traditional charm.

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Pula

Situated in the Istrian region of Croatia, Pula is one of the countries largest cities, offering a beautiful and historic holiday destination.

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Split

With Roman palaces, charming cobbled streets and a stunning sun-drenched coastline, the ancient city of Split is one of the true gems of the Med.

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Tucepi

Tucepi boasts long stretches of sandy beaches, a charming old town and stunning harbour.

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Zadar

Zadar is one of Croatia’s hidden gems, a city steeped in history and bustling with life that is still relatively off the radar of the crowds of tourists that flock to Dubrovnik and Split.

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Zagreb

Croatia’s capital often gets overlooked in favour of its many beautiful coastal destinations, but those who do visit Zagreb find a vibrant metropolis overflowing with cultural sights.

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Location of Croatia

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