Prefer your holidays with a pinch of adventure? Croatia should top your travel bucket list. Set against a sunny Mediterranean backdrop, there are activities for travellers of all ages and abilities to enjoy. Hike, bike and ride through the country and pass by glittering rivers, majestic mountains and heavenly beaches as you go.
There’s a neverending list of cycle routes across Croatia, from paths through leafy forests to charming coastal tracks.
Peddle across the Krka National Park, where the emerald Krka River cuts through the breathtaking landscape, or cycle around the limestone canyons and azure waters of the Plitvice Lakes National Park.
For a hilly challenge, tackle the Biokovo Nature Park, home to the second-highest mountain range in Croatia, or the soaring peaks of Velebit Nature Park.
Pack a picnic and stop to drink in the views from up high before getting back on your bike.
Explore the country by foot on over 400 walking routes that take you from the lull of the Adriatic Sea to the tips of mountaintops.
What’s more, there are routes for travellers of every fitness level, from young families to keen adventurers.
Hike the Via Adriatica, a spectacular 1100km route that stretches along the coast from Istria to Dubrovnik. The route is mapped out to avoid busy areas, meaning you’ll be immersed in the calm of nature as you walk.
On a city break, set off on one of the many hiking routes around the capital, Zagreb. Or in Omis, hike to the Starigrad Fortress, and you’ll be rewarded with magnificent views of the city and the sea below.
Float down Croatia’s rivers as the sound of rushing water and birdsong fill your ears.
Families will love canoeing down the jade green Cetina River - keep an eye out for hidden caves along the way.
Go on a rafting tour down the Kupa River, and pass through the ‘valley of butterflies’ where almost 500 species of butterflies can be seen fluttering about. Or kayak down the karst river Zrmanja, known for its captivating water features - including the magical Veliki Buk waterfall.
For a trip that you’ll never forget, explore Croatia’s wild and wonderful landscape on horseback.
Go on a horseriding tour of Istria, galloping through olive groves and vineyards until you reach the sea. Or saddle up in Slavonia, where Lipizzaner horses have been bred since the 13th century. Or choose from one of many family horseriding tours in Dalmatia, traversing ancient Roman roads and stopping to enjoy delicious homemade food en route before riding off into the sunset.
Craving an adrenalin rush?
Go zip-lining at Pazin Cave, where you’ll whizz across a canyon at a speed of 50km per hour, with the medieval Pazin Castle and the hollow of the cave in sight as you hurtle along.
Steel your nerves and go bungee jumping from the Maslenica bridge, with the sparkling Novsko Ždrilo strait below. At 56m high, the bridge is the highest point in Croatia that you can jump from.
Or go hang-gliding over Učka Nature Park, drinking in views of pretty Kvarner Bay and the ancient city of Pula in the distance as you soar through the sky.
When it comes to beach holidays, there’s no place on earth like Croatia.
For good reason, the country is famed for its sparkling blue waters, its romantic hidden coves, and its vibrant beach bars.
From the sun-drenched shores of the mainland to the golden strips of sand that ring the country’s hundreds of islands, there’s a beach for every kind of holidaymaker – just pick the one that’s perfect for you.
Embrace the shallow waters, endless activities and hours of sunshine of Croatia’s beaches and you’ll fill your family photo album with memories that will last a lifetime.
You’ll be mesmerised by the turquoise sea on Punta Rata Beach, where the large pine trees by the shore help to shade little ones from the heat.
With plenty of playgrounds nearby, Lone Bay Beach in Rovinj is ideal for young families, while Slanica Beach on the island of Murter has shallow waters for children who are learning to swim.
Enjoy a game of beach volleyball on the beautiful pebble beach of Vela Plaža in the resort town of Baška.
Kids of all ages will be entertained on sandy Zaton Beach – it’s perfect for building sandcastles, but there’s also water-skiing, pedal boats and wind-surfing to be enjoyed.
If you live for an active beach holiday, then Croatia is the destination for you.
Surfers will love Sakarun beach on the isle of Dugi Otok - admire the postcard-perfect vista of white sand and pine forest on the shore as you ride the beach’s turquoise waves.
For kite and wind-surfing, look no further than Zlatni Rat - or ‘Golden Horn’ on the island of Brac, where a tongue of golden sand spears the sea.
Or head to Bijeca Beach in Istria, where you’ll feel the spray of saltwater while jet-skiing through the warm breeze on a dream summer’s day.
Some like to unwind and relax on beach holidays, while others like to party – in Croatia, you can do both.
Expect brilliant music, colourful cocktails and a fun crowd, all against the glittering backdrop of the Adriatic.
Go clubbing and dance to live music from some of the world’s most famous DJs on Zrće Beach on the island of Pag.
Dance from dusk till dawn at Hangar Beach – by day, it’s a chilled-out vibe, but once evening falls, the beachside bars are thriving, with music pumping until the early hours.
For spectacular scenery, head to Banje Beach - the pearly white pebble beach is set against the mesmerising backdrop of Dubrovnik Old Town. Party under the stars as the lights from the city twinkle in the distance.
Croatia is packed with tucked-away coves and secluded bays - you just need to know where to look.
Follow the wild goat paths to Stiniva beach on the island of Vis. Sheltered by high cliffs, the breathtaking cove boasts glistening waters, a pebble beach, and is sheltered from view from passing boats.
Or make for the quiet and tranquil beaches of Korčula Island, which can be reached by bike or by foot.
Swim and snorkel by the island’s Bratinja Luka Beach, surrounded by the island’s vineyards, or soak up some Vitamin D on sublime Pupnatska Luka Beach.
If you can’t decide between the hustle and bustle of a city break and the rest and relaxation of a beach holiday, don’t worry. In Croatia, where magical cities are often nestled right on the coast, you can have the best of both worlds.
Ideal for family holidays, sporty breaks, and romantic getaways, these incredible city destinations are moments away from equally incredible beaches.
Nestled on Kvarner Bay in the northern Adriatic Sea, Rijeka offers a winning combination of rich culture and glorious coastline.
Families will love to splash about in the sea on Ploče and Kostanj, two must-see Blue Flag beaches.
For a touch of romance, the idyllic Sablićevo beach is just minutes from the city centre - you’ll be dazzled by the cove’s crystal-clear waters.
After a morning on the beach, stroll along the vibrant shops and restaurants on Korzo street, before spending an afternoon in one of Rijeka’s many museums.
Head to the City Puppet Theatre, where magical characters put on a show that little ones will love, and make your way to the spectacular hilltop Trsat Castle.
Next? Go on a day trip to the magnificent Učka Nature Park, a hotspot for mountain biking, hiking, and free-climbing.
If you’ve worked up an appetite, return to Rijeka for some sweet treats - tuck into some ‘trešnje’ cherries or some moreish Rapska torta- a cake made from almonds and Maraschino liqueur.
Dubrovnik has long been one of Europe’s most popular summer destinations – and for good reason.
Paddle in the shallow waters of Copacabana Beach, where you can rent parasols and sun loungers for the day.
Or unwind on picturesque Banje Beach, drinking in views of Dubrovnik Old Town as you lounge.
When you’ve had your fill of sand and sea, head to the city centre for entertainment of a different kind. Walk the amazing Old Town walls and learn about the city’s fascinating history.
Take the cable car to Mount Srd and enjoy amazing panoramic views of the city’s red rooftops and the bewitching Adriatic Sea.
Feast on arancini - candied orange - and fresh seafood before going on a boat tour to some of the amazing islands that dot the coast nearby, such as Lopud Island - home to the gorgeous Šunj Beach. Or hop on the ferry to Lokrum Island, where you’ll discover a charming botanical garden.
You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to finding delightful beaches in Pula, a heavenly spot on the tip of the Istrian Peninsula.
Gortan Cove is ideal for families with young children, thanks to its shallow waters and the cluster of pine trees that offer a welcome dose of shade.
Rent a pedal boat on the Blue Flag Ambrela Beach or go for a dip in the picture-perfect Hawaiian Cove Beach, where the water is an unreal shade of blue.
To make the most of the great outdoors, get a boat to the unspoilt bays of the Brijuni National Park. Back in the city centre, set your tastebuds alight on a wine tasting at a local vineyard.
Explore the city’s Byzantine churches, relive ancient history at the immaculately preserved Temple of Augustus and catch a concert at the Amphitheatre de Pula.
As evening falls, settle in to one of Pula’s many cosy restaurants for a serving of Krafi, a traditional Istrian pasta, or mouth-watering slices of Istrian prosciutto, all washed down with a richly textured glass of Teran wine.
For scenery that will take your breath away, look no further than Croatia.
It’s a land of thundering waterfalls, still lakes, and colossal mountains, bordered by the blue of the Adriatic Sea.
This epic scenery is waiting to be discovered - set off on a day trip to a National Park, go island-hopping through Croatia’s wild isles, or head on a once-in-a-lifetime road trip through these vast and varied landscapes.
The beauty of the Krka National Park truly has to be seen to be believed. It holds two-thirds of the powerful Krka River, with seven waterfalls to discover, including the enchanting cascading waters of Roški slap.
The most famous is the spectacular Skradinski Buk, an awe-inspiring network of karstic waterfalls. Get a boat ride through the park and make sure to stop at the impossibly picturesque island of Visovac, a tiny gem in the middle of the river that’s home to a charming 15th-century Franciscan monastery.
Don’t forget your swimsuit - the park is dotted with an array of wonderful swimming spots.
Look to the skies at Lonjsko Polje Nature Park - the wetland, which is one of largest of its kind in Europe, is home to over 250 bird species, including white-tailed eagles, ducks, and grey herons.
However, it’s the area’s stork population that will truly amaze you.
Look out for the houses built in typical Posavina style in the villages that are dotted around the park - storks often build their nests in the roofs.
Don’t miss the village of Čigoć - it’s officially Europe’s first ‘Village of Storks’. Hike through the park or go horseback riding on Croatian Posavac horses.
After a day spent exploring, watch as the sun sets over the wetland’s oak forests — it’s truly a sight to behold.
You’ll be surrounded by lush Mediterranean woodland in the Mljet National Park, an area that’s spread across the northwest part of Mljet Island, also known as the ’green island’.
Look out for the towering trunks of Aleppo pine and Holm oak, as well as the park’s magical hidden beaches and sea caves.
Don’t miss Mljet’s two idyllic saltwater lakes - the Small Lake and the Great Lake.
From the shores of the Great Lake, kayak to Melita, a pocket-sized island in the centre of the water that’s home to a 12th-century Benedictine monastery.
Spread over a staggering 2,000 square kilometres, the Velebit mountain range is home to two unbeatable nature parks. Set off on the Premužić Trail, one of the most scenic hikes in the country, in Northern Velebit in the Lika-Karlovac region.
Next, venture to the Paklenica National Park in Dalmatia, where travellers are greeted by spectacular views of the sea from the mountaintops.
Bears, red deer, wolves and lynx are native to the area, and across both parks, the mountains are carpeted in dense forests, deep canyons and dramatic rocky peaks.
There’s nowhere in the world quite like Plitvice Lakes, which has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since the 1970s.
A network of paths will easily guide you around the park’s turquoise lakes, which are joined together by waterfalls.
Along the way, stop to admire the verdant forests and flowering meadows that border the lakes.
If you’d rather not travel by foot, you won’t have any trouble getting around - electric trains and electro-powered boats will lead the way. The brown bear is one of many protected animal species in the park, though it’s most likely fish that you’ll spot soaring through the park’s clear waters.
Croatia is a contemporary country with ancient roots, its history books telling of the many civilisations, from Romans to the Ottomans, who have called it home over thousands of years.
The result? A land of fascinating ruins and stately fortresses, packed with museums - from art galleries to historic exhibits - that offer something for everyone.
Here are some of the amazing cultural treasures for travellers of all ages and interests to explore…
Wind the clock back to ancient times at some of the country’s most intriguing ruins, starting your journey at Diocletian’s Palace in Split, built for Emperor Diocletian between 295 and 305 CE.
Wander through the beautifully preserved palace’s central square before exploring the complex’s Temple of Jupiter and the Cathedral of Saint Dominus.
What’s next? Take in the colossal Arena of Pula, which once hosted ancient gladiator fights. It’s still in use today - during the summer months, the arena recreates gladiator fights as part of the entertainment spectacle ‘Spectacvla Antiqva’.
Get a guided tour around the ancient stones of Zadar's Roman Forum, and learn about the historic gatherings that it once held.
You’ll be mesmerised by the shimmering, gem-studded mosaics that adorn the walls of Porec’s Euphrasian Basilica.
Before you leave, climb up the basilica’s bell tower to take in a stunning view of the historic old town of Porec.
Nothing feels more like a fairytale than setting foot inside a real-life castle. Castle Morosini Grimani in Istria, dating back to the 13th century, should be first on your agenda - in the summertime, the castle hosts a unique escape game where players can test their skills as a knight.
Or travel back in time at Trakošćan castle in Zagorje, where you’ll find an exhibition on the building’s weaponry, paintings and furniture.
The Castle of Pazin, built on a mound of solid rock, is another must-see. Families will love exploring The Pazin Abyss, the mysterious pit that’s hidden underneath its walls.
And admire the crumbling ruins of mysterious Cetin Castle, which is thought to have dated back to the times of the Roman Empire - though its exact date of foundation is unknown.
Hours will slip by as you get lost in Croatia’s many extraordinary museums.
Art lovers will adore the Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb, which has a brilliant permanent collection as well as a rotation of fascinating temporary exhibitions.
For a truly unique experience, wander the halls of the Museum of Broken Relationships. Housed in the baroque Kulmer palace in Zagreb, the museum tells the story of hundreds of genuine relationship break-ups, exhibiting love letters, teddy bears and trinkets that were exchanged between former flames.
There’s plenty for history buffs too, such as the Krapina Neanderthal Museum, which takes you on a journey through the life of the prehistoric man.
And one museum is truly like no other. At Croatia’s Underwater Museum, which lies on the sea bed in Čikat Bay, divers can weave through Venetian cannons, stunning sculptures and machine guns from World War II.
From the iconic Zlatni Rat in Bol on Brač to the delightfully hidden Stiniva on Vis, Croatian islands shine with their beach selection. Discover the sandy heaven on the island of Susak – a whole island coated in a layer of soft sand. For the naturists, the island of Rab is worthy of a visit as it’s where naturism began with an abdicating British King in 1936 – providing both a beachy and cultural experience.
Croatian islands are home to many legends, for here both St. Paul and Odysseus were shipwrecked on Mljet. The mermaids, fairies and pirate legacies in Lokrum make it a fascinating visit too, and it’s only a stone throw away from Dubrovnik.
Home to 130 indigenous varieties of wine, Croatia is the perfect destination to indulge in a tasting session, or two. Many of them are island specific, including Grk on Korčula, Vugava on Vis, Bogdanuša on Hvar, Dobričić on Šolta and Žlahtina on Krk. To accompany the fine wine, travellers can sample equally impressive and freshly sourced cuisine. It is not without reason that the Mediterranean diet has been listed as an intangible UNESCO heritage, and the island cuisine is no exception. Island recipes include viška pogača, vitalac on Brač, and the edible dormouse festival on Hvar.
Explore the sensational Blue and Green Caves on Biševo, the heart-shaped Galešnjak, and multiple man-made wonders. Wildlife lovers have plenty to enjoy including observing the unique griffon vultures on the island of Cres and dolphins in the Lošinj archipelago. The tiny islet of Baljenac is a man-made beauty that is home to a staggering 23.36 km of immaculate dry stonewalls, making this island highly worth a visit.
Croatia’s islands are heritage havens, as they’re all home to deep-rooted history just waiting to be discovered. On the island of Hvar travellers can visit the oldest town in Croatia, or the island of Lošinj is also known as the island of vitality, and travellers can experience the local traditions that have caused the island to gain this title.
Take to the waters and experience all that Croatia has to offer by boat, with fabulous maritime transport the islands are highly accessible. Private speedboat providers can bring additional convenience to your trip, and with proper planning, it is possible to explore all of Croatia’s rich island diversity.
Finding an accessible destination that caters to all needs, plus an adrenaline rush on every step can be a challenge, but Croatia is a country that has it all.
With a handful of zip-lines to experience travellers will not only satisfy their thrill seeking needs but can view the natural wonders of Croatia from the sky. Whether it’s the zip-line over the sea at Crikvencia or a zip-line through the Plitvice lakes, adventure goers will never be far from a breath-taking view. For those looking to take the adrenalin rush to the next level, plenty of opportunities exist on some of Croatia’s most iconic bridges for a bungee jump. Dubrovnik, Šibenik, and Maslenica are all home to bridges that are ideal for those brave enough the take the plunge.
Croatia isn’t short of adventure on the ground, with a plethora of national parks making it an ideal destination for hiking, as well as a picturesque haven for rock climbers. There are numerous sites all over the country, but perhaps none as unique as hiking on the Premužićeva Trail, which is rated as the best one in all of Croatia. Not only do the rocks provide wonderful climbing spots, they also offer ideal terrain for a unique Croatian thrill. Located on Pašman, škraping is a race held each year over an abundance of rocks. The race is becoming increasingly popular each year and invites anyone and everyone to participate.
Travellers can take to the waters and experiences adventure on the waves. From kite-surfing, wakeboarding, scuba diving, kayaking, adventure seekers will never be far from fun when gliding across the Croatian waters. Just like the sea, the rivers are home to extreme sports that will provide endless thrills. Once a hideout for the feared “Pirates of Omiš”, the Cetina River is now a haven for white-water rafting and extreme diving at the source of the Cetina, where no diver has ever reached the bottom.
With its crystal clear waters and amazing nautical routes, Croatia is the ideal destination for a sailing adventure. These routes are far from short of Croatia’s finest heritage too, as travellers can combine a sailing voyage with a visit to seven of eight Croatia’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Poreč is home to the Euphrasian Basilica at the northern end of the historic town centre. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997 the episcopal complex from the 6th century with its sacristy, baptistery, bell tower and archbishop’s palace is an excellent example of early Byzantine architecture in the Mediterranean.
Heading south to Šibenik in central Dalmatia, travellers can explore the defence system of Zadar and the Šibenik fortress of St Nicholas, which are both listed on the UNESCO list of World Heritage. Šibenik archipelago is a true paradise for passionate sailors and located in the city centre is the Cathedral of St. James, with its unique decorations, such as the chiselled portraits of Šibenik citizens on its stone facade, the Cathedral is considered the most important architectural achievement of the 15th and 16th century throughout Croatia.
Proceeding to the historic city of Trogir, visitors can feast their minds on culture that is deeply embedded in this city. Trogir is an excellent example of urban continuity, the historic town core appeared on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1997 and features Romanesque churches as well as impressive Renaissance and Baroque buildings. Yet one of the most significant buildings is the Cathedral of St. Lawrence with its impressive Portal of Radovan from the 13th century, a structure which is considered the most significant example of Roman and Gothic art in Croatia.
A stop in Split - anchor in the ACI Marina Split which is only a short walk from the UNESCO destination, the Historical Complex of Split with the Palace of Diocletian. Rich with both history and beauty the Diocletian’s Palace was built between the late 3rd and early 4th century AD, and has a towering gothic bell tower, where visitors can climb the hundreds of steps to take in breath-taking views over Split city.
Hvar is home to the Stari Grad Plain which was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2008, set up by Greek colonists in the 4th century BC, and it remains in use until the present day. It is thus among the longest-cultivated agricultural areas in the world, with over a hundred important archaeological findings discovered in the area, including numerous “villae rusticate” as well as agricultural buildings from the Greek period.
Known as the “Pearl of the Adriatic”, Dubrovnik is the final stop. Sailors can park their vessel in the ACI Dubrovnik, which is located only 10 kilometres away from the historic Old Town, which entered the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1979. With plenty of churches, fortresses and other cultural and mesmerising landmarks to explore, travellers will never be far from culture to indulge in. Perhaps the most iconic attraction is the impressive ancient stone walls that surround the city, which are an infamous symbol of Dubrovnik.
You’ll never go hungry in Croatia. The country’s strategic location has seen it influenced by a whole variety of different cultures and the best way to understand that, is to taste its food.
It’s a place where locals are as happy dining on delicate fish dishes as they are hearty meat stews and homemade pasta, always washed down with a local wine (both red and white are produced here) and finished up with a sweet dessert of candied orange peel, known as arancini.
It’s not just the cultural influences that make Croatian cuisine what it is today, but its abundant fresh produce. Rich olive oils and prized black truffles, fish plucked straight from the Adriatic and everything from cheeses and honey to herbs and wild berries, have all inspired generations of cooks to create dishes to be shared at home and in local taverns.
In Istria, there has always been a strong Italian population, so here you’ll dine on fuzi hand-rolled pasta and a rich minestrone-like soup called manestra, and most dishes will be heavy on the truffle.
In contrast, on the Dalmatian coast, it’s all about fresh fish and liberal drizzles of olive oil. You’ll likely come across fresh octopus carpaccio and grilled seabass, but it’s also worth trying a coastal version of Croatian stews packed with seafood called brodet.
From risotto to sweet borek pastries with their distinctly Ottoman influence, you’ll feel like you’re eating your way through Croatia’s long and varied history. Just make sure you wash your delicious dishes down with the right drinks, from award-winning dingac red wine to aromatic malvasia white wine. And don’t forget the many flavours of grappa available. As the Croats would say ‘zivjeli!’ – cheers!
Croatia may be famed for its sparkling coastline of cliffs and islands, but this fascinating country is also an open-air museum.
For millennia, different civilisations have called Croatia home, with the Greeks and Romans leaving behind palaces and cities. Baroque delights were constructed by the Venetians and Ottomans, who both claimed parts of the country.
Travel around and you’ll see examples of all these cultural influences, from the Roman majesty of Diocletian’s Palace in Split to the Byzantine mosaics of the Euphrasian Basilica in Poreč and Zadar’s Venetian Land Gate. You can catch concerts in a Roman amphitheatre in Pula, walk the medieval walls of Dubrovnik and stroll among the elegant Austro-Hungarian buildings that dot Zagreb.
Croatia’s mixed history has also given its regions their own unique flavour, often quite literally. You’ll sample food varying from fresh fish to hand-rolled pasta depending where you are in the country. But something each area has in common is a strong winemaking culture and a desire to welcome visitors with as much food as possible.
Then there are the islands. You’ll find the remains of Roman summer villas, limestone villages that look out over sparkling waters and glamorous towns, welcoming the yachting set with boutique hotels and stylish eateries.
With so much culture and history packed into one country, it’s perhaps not surprising that Croatia boasts fascinating museums as well as hosting a whole calendar of festivals, from traditional celebrations right through to huge multi-day parties featuring world-class musicians.
And with proud, welcoming locals ready to show you the best of their country, you’ll soon be immersed in the best Croatian culture has to offer.
Whether you want to take a thrilling speed boat trip to a glamorous island or hike the Alpine meadows and pine-clad hills of Velebit National Park, Croatia is a veritable playground for holidaymakers.
Simply decide what type of holidaymaker you are and you’ll find the perfect excursion for you.
For mountain lovers.
Croatia’s hinterland is laced with beautiful hiking routes and mountain bike trails. If you want to explore the Great Outdoors at its best, head to Velebit Mountain, which sits in its own national park. Here you can hike the 35-mile Premuzi Trail, which takes in limestone karsts, dense forests and wildflower meadows.
Even if you’re enjoying a beach holiday on Croatia’s dazzling coastline, you can always fit in a little culture, thanks to its wonderful waterfront cities. Think Split, set against a beautiful mountainous backdrop and crowned by Unesco-listed Diocletian’s Palace, a wonderfully-preserved Roman monument.
When it comes to spectacular historic sites, Croatia is littered with them. After all everyone who’s anyone in history has been here; the Romans, the Greeks, the Venetians, even the Ottomans. To visit a Roman amphitheatre to rival the best in Italy, head to Pula, where this ancient monument looks out over the Adriatic and hosts everything from operas to pop concerts.
Hop on a boat trip from Split and keep a lookout for dolphins as you’re whisked to the famous limestone Blue Grotto on Bisevo Island. Here the sapphire waters in the sea cave give the whole place an otherworldly blue hue that has to be seen to be believed.
Whether you want to sail on a catamaran at sunset with a glass of bubbly, or step aboard a deluxe yacht to discover lesser-known islands and snorkel in crystalline waters, nobody does luxury sailing experiences quite like Croatia. Simply pick your dream experience and hop aboard.
Prefer your holidays with a pinch of adventure? Croatia should top your travel bucket list...
When it comes to beach holidays, there’s no place on earth like Croatia...
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You’ll never go hungry in Croatia. The country’s strategic location has seen it influenced by a whole...
With its crystal clear waters and amazing nautical routes, Croatia is the ideal destination for a sailing adventure...
Finding an accessible destination that caters to all needs, plus an adrenaline rush on every step can be a challenge, but Croatia is a country that has it all...
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