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Croatia boasts a variety of beaches, some of these beaches are located among the most beautiful beaches in the world, and many of them have the Blue flag that bears witness to the quality of the sea, service and security. In Croatia you can explore eight National Parks, eleven nature parks, among which there are the Plitvice lakes and 1,244 islands. The most-tourism regions in Croatia are Istria, Kvarner, Dalmatia, Dubrovnik, together with the islands of the southern Adriatic, Konavle parish Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik area and Pelješac.
Istria is the biggest peninsula in the Adriatic. The coast line is long 469.5 kilometers. On the peninsula are located 203 beaches. Istria will delight you with its magical natural landscapes that are constantly alternated during the year. Your view can include a feast of white-mountains, swaying green fields, valleys, vineyards and olive groves, to the deep blue sea. When you enter this luxury, when you come closer to it, you will notice its detail.
Kvarner bay is in the northeastern part of the Adriatic Sea. It is characterized by the diversity of the region, tradition, 150 years ago, and long promenade. Here you can enjoy the crazy rhythm of youth clubs or listen to the serenade on the terrace by the sea. Along with quality accommodation there is a natural combination of sea, islands and mountains. It is ideal for an active vacation and offers endless possibilities. Diving, surfing, rafting or beach volleyball are some of the many activities that you can find in this magical place. Kvarner is the cradle of nudism. Every day spent on this piece of paradise is an opportunity for an unforgettable experience.
Located in the heart of the Adriatic. Zadar is a city where you can reach by land, sea or air. One of the most popular Croatian Tourist destination, he was proclaimed "entertainment center on the Adriatic“. Zadar will always surprise and delight you with its monuments, history and stories. Here you will find the largest Roman forum in the Adriatic. Discover the roots of Croatian cultural heritage, whose history dates back more than 3,000 years.
If you decide to spend your vacation in Šibenik, paradise for yachtsmen, you can visit one of 240 beautiful islands and reefs which decorate the region. The untouched nature and stunning waterfalls and lakes of the river Krka are the inevitable destinations and places that you must visit. On the bridge, located at the mouth of the river Krka in the Adriatic Sea, you can try bungee jumping. Šibenik is a place where you will find primeval beauty that is rarely seen, great night life and a place to listen to good Klapa. This are just some of the things that will blow your mind.
Trogir has a characteristic that it is not a classic tourist resting place in which people come for the sun and sea but because of the introduction to its historical and cultural heritage. The greatest value of Trogir is its monument complex. Trogir is a lively Mediterranean town that offers numerous vacation possibilities, adventures and fun, both on land and at sea. Relax and enjoy the water sports and the rich variety of fun this beach can offer. When night falls Trogir is the most magical city in the world. Stone walls become alive under the street lights, and Dalmatian songs are been heard from every corner. Approaching the port of Trogir will leave you a breathless view of the city walls.
Located on one of the sunniest parts of the central Mediterranean. In addition to the rich architectural scenery you can enjoy top Gastronomy and wines. Split is a busy and big city, but also one of the most charming Adriatic ports, a long and rich history. Between Split and Makarska is the town Omiš. Omiš is the center of the tourist Riviera of extraordinary beauty located in the heart of the Adriatic. Numerous beaches and bays, Mediterranean vegetation, rich cultural and gastronomic offer, fresh air and crystal blue sea make Omiš Riviera the perfect haven for those seeking respite from modern life. Rafting on the river Cetina, free climbing, diving, fishing, hiking, walking in nature, surfing are just some of the activities that Omiš Riviera has to offer.
Makarska is the center of the Makarska Riviera. One of the most popular tourist destinations on the Croatian coast. Attractive because of its wide and diverse tourist offer, because of its nature and climate. It is located in the foothills of the mountain Biokovo. During summer evenings Makarska is full of yachts and tourist boats. During the evening you can enjoy rich cultural and entertaining events, and later in the evening, cafes, bars and discotheques will provide an unforgettable experience.
Dubrovnik, the Pearl of the Adriatic, is located in the south Croatian and one of the most beautiful parts of the Croatian Adriatic coast. It will charm you with its old buildings and rich culture. Dubrovnik city walls stretch over 1,900 meters and are a symbol of one of the most important periods in the history of Dubrovnik. The walls consist of five fort, sixteen towers and bastions and three entrances. Dubrovnik Old Town is full of surprises. After entering the city through the Pile Gate, you will arrive at the center of entertainment. Stradun, which is also called Placa, is always a popular promenade and a destination that offers plenty of opportunities for shopping, but also to enjoy the culinary offer of the city. If you are looking for crystal clear waters, authentic culinary pleasures or unique events, this is the place for you.
These three islands are located in Dalmatia. Each of them is special in its own way and reflect the diversity, entertainment and beauty. Brač is the largest island of Dalmatia. We invite you to explore this unique island that offers everything you need for an unforgettable holiday in an unspoiled natural environment. The rich cultural and historical heritage that goes back to prehistoric times, unique gastronomy, beautiful beaches and bays, crystal blue sea, high quality accommodation in private facilities and the hospitality of the local people are the guarantees that you will always remember the vacation. Hvar is an island located between Brac and Vis. The turquoise sea, numerous bays, golden sand and blue sky are just some of the reasons to visit Hvar. Here you can taste homemade wine and sing along with the old island songs and escape out of the everyday. Vis, surrounded by the blue of the Adriatic Sea, is a destination with beautiful scenery and a place that will take you into a whole new dimension. He stayed urban untouched, architecturally authentic and environmentally clean. Its coast is full of bays and coves that are ideal for those who want solitude and rest.