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The meeting point of the Pannonian Plain, the Dinaric Alps and the Adriatic Sea, Croatia is one of Europe’s most exciting holiday destinations. Its 1000-plus picture-perfect islands and the longest coastline in the Eastern Europe blessed with the mild Mediterranean climate, pine- framed pristine beaches, crystalline aquamarine waters, lush forests and mountainous backdrop make it a perfect place for beach vacations and recreation.
This Mediterranean gem allures luxury holidaymakers and adventure-seekers from all over the world with a trove of natural, historical and cultural treasures. Full of unique experiences to offer for every taste, Croatia is an ideal playground for an adventurous family retreat, a romantic getaway or a luxury honeymoon. Featuring dramatic landscapes, diverse flora and fauna, unique natural phenomena, this country boasts fascinating history and cultural heritage with western and eastern influences reflected in its stunning ancient cities, delectable cuisine and superb hospitality.
Ancient cities, towns and villages of Croatia abound with Roman ruins, medieval churches, Venetian palaces, Napoleonic forts and Viennese mansions, charming harbours and amazing seascapes. Croatia’s spectacular natural beauty is preserved in eight national parks, including Plitvička Lakes National Park with 16 sapphire lakes, cascading waterfalls, limestone cliffs and scenic vistas as well as magic Krka National Park with waterfalls and gorges. They are a true paradise for lovers of hiking, biking, horse riding, river rapids riding, zip-lining, rafting and rock
If your holiday fantasies are all about sun and sea, hit the sunniest in Europe Croatian coast to luxuriate on a beach, swim and dive, go kayaking, paddle and surf. A selection of premium accommodation awaits you in numerous resorts, cliff-top and waterfront high-end hotels, luxury villas and yachts. Rush on an island-hopping adventure to the relaxed Brač, the vibrant Hvar or the captivating Vis. Travel to the gorgeous Korčula island – the birthplace of Marco Polo, sail
around the Kornati Islands for scuba diving or visit a safari park on the Brijuni Islands. Going by ferry, catamaran or a seaplane is the best way to explore the Istrian Peninsular and Dalmatian coast. Stroll limestone streets, squares and passageways of UNESCO-listed Dubrovnik, Trogir, Šibenik and Split which look more like scenes from movies. Gravitate to the impressive Diocletian’s Palace in Split, see the ancient Pula with its Roman amphitheatre.
Discover intriguing history of the castles of Hrvatsko Zagorje, sample regional delicacies with truffles and seafood, try Pag cheese and the finest oysters of Ston, world-renowned Croatian wines and olive oils or just relax and go shopping in Zagreb teeming with stylish locals, cafes, museums and nightclubs.
Since the 19 th century Croatia has been a popular destination for health tourism renowned for its thermal-mineral waters, salubrious climate, healing herbs, selection of wellness treatments, spas and therapies on climatic health resorts.
The airports of Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Pula, Split, Zadar serve international flights to Croatia.


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