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Croatia – A sea of opportunities

About Croatia

The Croatian national territory totals 56.594 km2 with 31.479 km2 of coastal waters for sailing, swimming and diving.

Croatia occupies the largest area of the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea which, as a part of the Mediterranean Sea, penetrates deep into the European continent. The narrow Dinara Mountain Range separates the country’s Mediterranean region from its central European continental section, which spans from the easterly edges of the Alps in the north west to the shores of the Danube in the East, encompassing the southern part of the fertile Pannonian lowlands.

Climate

Croatia’s coast and islands, from Istria and Kvarner in the north through to Dalmatia in the south are governed by a Mediterranean climate, although it is usually several degrees cooler in the northern Adriatic than in the south. In the summer, the mean temperature is between 24°C and 26°C along the coast. Yet the Istrian interior is somewhat cooler at 22°C. In winter, the coast has a mean temperature of 2°C in the north and 9°C in the south.

As a rule, summer is the driest season along the coast and winter is the rainiest season, with twice the amount of precipitation as the summer. Croatia’s islands can be very dry (especially the islands furthest from the mainland) which sometimes leads to devastating fires. For example, the island of Vis averages only 557 mm of rainfall per year while the island of Brač averages 952 mm. Dubrovnik is one of the rainiest parts of the coast from October to December. Snow is a rare occurrence anywhere along the coast.

Currency

Croatia hopes to join the euro in 2019, but until then the national currency is the kuna, with one kuna equal to 100 lipas. You can exchange money at any of the country’s banks, bureaux de change, post offices and at almost all travel agents, hotels and campsites. The majority of establishments and ATMs will also accept credit cards such as Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Diners, etc.

Travel Documents

Your trip to Croatia doesn’t mean visa headaches either. In most cases, the only form of ID required  is a valid passport. And if you’re an EU or US citizen, you can also use your national ID card.
Croatian customs regulations are almost entirely in harmony with EU standards.

Beaches beyond your wildest dreams

Whether city beaches like Banje in Dubrovnik or off the beaten track like those of Korčula Island, sandy Lastovo or pebble beaches like Brela, or even relaxing like Vis Island, lively like the island of Pag or surf beaches like Brač, Croatia has spectacular beaches, ranging from family friendly to nudist and unspoiled.

Some of them are even considered among the most beautiful locations in the world, as for example Brač Island made of fine white pebbles, sandy beach Sakarun on the Dugi Otok island or Paradise Beach in the Lopar Bay on the Island of Rab.

Croatia has a wealth of different beaches, and the majority has blue-flag status, guaranteeing water quality, safety and services. Actually 97.96% of 884 sampled where qualified excellent for bathing. Whether you want some adventures in the wild sailing in search of romantic hidden beaches or you want to relax under the sun with your family it’s time to choose your paradise to help you hit the reset button!

Amaizing Destinations

Istria

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About Istria

Enveloped by the transparent waters of the Adriatic, the peninsula of Istria will amaze you with spectacular natural scenery in constant transformation over the course of the year.
Coastal villages such as Rovinj, with its simple ports, fishing boats and narrow streets, reflect the spirit of the Mediterranean, while moving inland gives way to the kind of green and fertile hues associated with the landscapes of Provence and Tuscany.

Gastronomy

Continental and Mediterranean cuisine come together in Istria: fish, crabs, seafood, maneštra od bobići (the famous minestrone with sweet corn), pasta with fabulous local truffles, game sauce, goulash, pork loin and sausages, wild asparagus omelette, cheese… Start with an aperitif of mistletoe, rue or honey schnapps, enjoy your meal and make room for a sweet dessert ending with kroštule, krafi or fritule fried dough pastries.

Kvarner

About Kvarner

This diverse region will transport you from sea level up to the clouds in mere steps.
Your dream holidays begin in Kvarner, a popular tourist resort with a 150-year history. Wind your way between sunny islands or visit Opatija, with its leafy parks and long seafront promenade.
The landscape soon shifts entirely upon arriving in the wooded and mountainous region of Gorski Kotar. The lungs of Croatia, this area is home to eagles, wolves and bears, as well as the kind of pure air that appeals to hikers and cyclists all over the world. Dare to join them!

Gastronomy

You will not find such large and tasty shrimps in the whole Adriatic Sea as those from Kvarner. That being said, the tender lamb with sheep cheese is the most famous product from the region. The renowned Vrbnička Žlahtina white wine from Vrbnik, Trojšćina wine from the island of Susak, the chestnuts from Lovran and the exquisite Rab cake are waiting for you. When are you coming?

Zadar

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About Zadar

This diverse region will transport you from sea level up to the clouds in mere steps.
Your dream holidays begin in Kvarner, a popular tourist resort with a 150-year history. Wind your way between sunny islands or visit Opatija, with its leafy parks and long seafront promenade.
The landscape soon shifts entirely upon arriving in the wooded and mountainous region of Gorski Kotar. The lungs of Croatia, this area is home to eagles, wolves and bears, as well as the kind of pure air that appeals to hikers and cyclists all over the world. Dare to join them!

Gastronomy

You will not find such large and tasty shrimps in the whole Adriatic Sea as those from Kvarner. That being said, the tender lamb with sheep cheese is the most famous product from the region. The renowned Vrbnička Žlahtina white wine from Vrbnik, Trojšćina wine from the island of Susak, the chestnuts from Lovran and the exquisite Rab cake are waiting for you. When are you coming?

Šibenik

About Šibenik

240 beautiful islets and reefs adorn the crystalline waters of the Šibenik region, each of them clamouring for a place on your Adriatic itinerary.
The unspoilt landscapes of the Kornati archipelago or the mind-blowing waterfalls and lakes of Krka are both designated national parks and only two of the unmissable stops on your island-hopping route.

Gastronomy

Cheese ripened in a lamb skin sack and the Drniš prosciutto, washed down with a glass of Babić red wine from Primošten are just the beginning of a festival of flavours in Šibenik. Sardines, fresh tuna, the kumbasice sausages from Skradin, the famous Soparnik, a delicious pastry filled with a mixture of olives, figs and olive oil, or the desserts made with dry figs, jujube and almonds will delight your senses.

Split

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About Split

In AD 305, the world’s most powerful man, Emperor Diocletian, was faced with the decision on where to spend the rest of his days. Of all of the known world, he chose to build his home in the heart of the region of Dalmatia, setting the first stones in place for the future city of Split.
Follow in his footsteps by exploring Diocletian’s Palace and a region home to islands, stunning natural landscapes such as Biokovo Mountain and Zlatni Rat beach on the island of Brač, and a wealth of culture that will defy your expectations.

Gastronomy

Split is home to the famous Dalmatinska Pašticada or Dalmatian stew, but also to a delicious river crab stew, savoury cakes such as the aromatic Viška, Forska and Komiška pogača and the famous luganige sausages as well as the Arambašići from Sinj, small cabbage rolls filled with beef and pork. On the island of Hvar you will find renowned wines like Vugava and Plančić and also Smutice, red wine mixed either with sheep’s or goat’s milk.

Dubrovnik

About Dubrovnik

Walls are built to protect treasures, and in Dubrovnik this is particularly accurate, with 1,940 metres of stone surrounding one of the world’s most beautiful cities. As George Bernard Shaw stated: “If you want to see heaven on Earth, come to Dubrovnik”.

“The Pearl of the Adriatic” has captivated and seduced kings and artists for centuries with its immaculate medieval architecture. How will it inspire you?

Gastronomy

Savour the oysters and mussels of Ston, the finest shellfish in the Adriatic, the eel and frog stew from the Neretva valley with some of the best wines from the south, such as Dingač and Postup from Pelješac and Pošip and Grk from Korčula, not to mention Dubrovnik’s malvasia from Konavle. And if you are looking for something sweet, simply indulge yourself with pastries like Rožata, Kotonjata or Mantala cakes.

Luxuriate on idyllic beaches…

with turquoise waters, relax in secluded coves edged with pine trees or explore finger-like sand spits, in a perfect opportunity to fully recharge your batteries. Whether urban, hidden, wild, unspoiled or pebbly, Croatia has over 6,000 km of coastline sure to feature the beach of your dreams and beyond!

Jump onboard a traditional Croatian motor yacht with like-minded travellers and experience Croatia like never before.

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Discover the azure waters of the Adriatic, exploring tiny islands and secluded bays only accessible via boat.

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Lounge on the deck chairs, take a splash in the ocean or simply sleep in! Croatia is the perfect place to relax and unwind.

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