Croatia is a land of thousands of islands, rich natural heritage and cultural beauties, colourful cities and an endless blue sea. You might want to be charmed by the lure of narrow cobbled streets in the shade of ancient walled towns until you reach the vibrant ports and coastal towns of Istria, Kvarner or Dalmatia. Or you might want to ascend the winding green roads leading to central Croatia, interlaced with castles and forts. Each step you take in this country will be a brand new experience. So join us on one of our amazing private or group Croatia tours.
Plitvice National Park, wonderful nature is protected by UNESCO. The World Heritage-listed Plitvice Lakes National Park comprises 16 terraced lakes interconnected by a series of stunning waterfalls and surrounded by densely-wooded hills. Walk among the waterfalls, take a boat ride through the crystal water and take some magnificent photos.
Nicknamed “the Pearl of the Adriatic”, Dubrovnik is the most well-known city on the Dalmatian coast. The beauty of this walled city has always enjoyed world fame. However, it has more recently become even more popular due to the series Game of Thrones since several scenes were filmed right here. Surrounded by ramparts that were first built in the 16th century, with churches, palaces, monuments, monasteries and museums, the city could take a year to be discovered. So join us on one of our amazing Croatia Cruises and have time to explore this beautiful city.
The National Park Kornati consists of 89 islands and islets carved with cracks, caves and cliffs, and dotted with tufts of evergreen forest. The Kornati National Park is a delight for any lover of unspoilt nature, limpid waters and tranquillity. Linger in a coffee shop and stare out at the blue horizon
With its seafront cafés and ancient alleyways, shouting stallholders and travellers on the move, bustling, exuberant Split is one of Croatia’s and the Mediterranean’s most exciting cities that you visit on Croatia tours. It’s easy to see this feeling when you walk around the place. However, it also has a unique historical heritage, having grown out of the palace built here by the Roman Emperor Diocletian in 295AD. The palace remains Split’s central ingredient, gradually transformed into a warren of houses, tenements, churches and chapels by the various peoples who came to live here after Diocletian’s successors.
A trip to Croatia is not perfect if you do not visit Zagreb, the capital. See its key sights such as the Cathedral, the main Ban Jelačič square, the open market, the lively Tkalčič street. It is a lovely city to spend at least the weekend in. We recommend an evening stroll through the city’s vibrant streets with numerous cafes and restaurants inviting you to sit down and relax. The city is also full of alternative spots and is well known for its street art scene.
Croatia has eight beautiful national parks, where visitors can enjoy the beauties of nature in different ways. Kornati National Park, for example, is a prime spot for swimming, or snorkelling or diving. On the other hand, Paklenica is probably a good choice for more adventurous visitors. It is an ideal place for hikers, climbers or cyclists.
Croatia has many beautiful sandy beaches where you can enjoy sunbathing and swimming in the clear sea, strengthening you and filling you with positive energy. Many beaches are surrounded by pine trees which provide bathers with natural shade for protection from the sun, which gives a delightful feeling. One of the most famous beaches is Zlatni rat on the island of Brač.
Visit the Istra peninsula, which is a natural paradise for cycling enthusiasts. As the arm has a very diverse landscape, Istra is suitable for all cyclists. However, it is ideal for those who are more recreational and capable of more significant effort and can cope with steep slopes to one of the hilltops.
Indulge in sailing along the fairytale coast, surrounded by clear turquoise water, lounging on beautiful beaches, exploring hidden coves and admiring charming fishing villages. Croatia is a paradise for sailing lovers and is a perfect reflection of the Mediterranean spirit of the past.
Croatia offers a wide variety of dishes and tastes. There are numerous ways to experience Croatian food, from street food stalls to top restaurants. Food is quite diverse in Croatia, from fish and seafood to steaks, pasta. There are some similarities with Italian, Austrian and Hungarian, but Croatian dishes still have their specific taste.
You can visit Croatia in all seasons depending on what you want to experience. It is nice to visit places along the Adriatic coast, even in winter. The climate is mild, the weather is usually nice, and everything is much calmer than in the summer.
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