Welcome to Croatia

Off the common route to Europe for too long, Croatia is in full force in today's tourism. This Eastern European country has the most stunning cities, beautiful beaches, the harmonious encounter of the ancient and the modern. Below you will find 10 wonderful cities that every self-respecting traveler should visit! Whether for a family holiday, relaxing in a five star resort or extreme adventures in nature, you find yourself in Croatia. The country has a rich culture, a typical delicious cuisine and its people are very welcoming. Croatia is the destination of the moment.

Top 10 Things To Do In Croatia

The capital and largest city of Croatia, Zagreb has culture, arts, music, architecture, gastronomy and all other things that make a quality capital. Entrepreneurs and tourists can be summed up in a single phrase: a great city that has managed to stay romantic and safe.

Located in the southern area of the Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik is famous for its wonderful coastline. "The Pearl of the Adriatic," is truly a stunning city with an incredible Old Town that became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979. This place is a must see at least once in a lifetime by all.

Croatia's second largest city, Split is the most important city in the Dalmatian region and one of the best destinations to visit. Split is a very lively city, with its streets in harmony with the old and the modern, and a lush view of another world.

The island of Hvar is one of the most incredible destinations for summer in the Adriatic Sea. The port city attracts have attracted thousands of tourists to Croatia every year to take advantage of its incredible beaches in resorts or villas.

Situated on the west coast of Istria, Rovinj is one of the most beautiful towns of Croatia. The old town is built on the island, which was only connected with the mainland in the 18th century. Rovinj is very picturesque town and is a must see in your visit to Croatia.

Omiš in Croatia is a small Central Dalmatian town and harbour located between Split and Makarska, situated in the mouth of the Cetina river, surrounded with massive gorges. From its past with pirates until today, Omiš is a place of adventures.

In Croatia, far from the coast and the Italian influences on architecture and culture, in Zadvarje you can get to know the true Croatia of the Balkans. Surrounded by all sides by nature, Zadvarje attracts many sportsmen and onlookers.

Located in the south of Croatia, near Split, is the municipality of Sinj. Sinj is blessed with a in the paradise of water, fields and stone, that attracts many fans of extreme sports in the nature. 

Podstrana is a municipality in the Split-Dalmatia County, located approximately 10 kilometres south from Split. Along the coast, there is several kilometres long sequence of white gravel beaches, with lots of shade and many beach bars that are situated along nice promenade.

Zadar, an ancient city with historical and cultural heritage worth seeing, is located in the southern part of Croatia. In Zadar you can find a perfect combination of tourist attractions and relaxing vacation. It is the cosmopolitan Croatia that needs to be visited.

Top Tours & Activities in Croatia

Atv Family Tour With Bbq From Split, Croatia

For true nature lovers who want to enjoy the beautiful landscape and the crystal clear Cetina, the cleanest and longest river in the area, you can choose the family tour tailored to all ages, especially for beginners that have no previous experience with ATV Quad vehicles.

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Bike Tour Eagle’s Route

An excellent, demanding route for fit and well-prepared amateur cyclists. The route is completely marked, and several attractive locations along the route have wooden tables and benches where cyclists, as well as hikers, can stop for rest and relaxation.

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Spring of the Cetina River

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Kayak Safari On River Cetina In Dalmatia

Join us for a thrilling kayak ride down the river Cetina, one of the longest rivers in Croatia, which will satisfy all your adventurous needs and wishes. During the ride, which lasts between two to three hours, you will encounter hidden villages and the richness of flora and fauna of Dalmatian hinterland.

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Skradin Bay Sea Kayaking

Sea kayaking is greatSea Kayaking Skradin Bay day starts on the beach in Skradin. The oldest Croatian settlement with the “town“ status. Its hydroelectric power plant was the first in Europe, built in 1895, at the same time as the famous power plant at Niagara Falls.

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Dubrovnik Islands Walking – 7 Night/8 Day

This trip will show you stunning sceneries and landscapes of Dubrovnik Archipelago. It is perfect for those who like to enjoy the great outdoors on foot, no matter the age. The daily walking routes will cover visits to Dubrovnik, Elaphiti Islands, Mt. Srdj and Mljet Island National Park.

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The Very Best Of Istria – Wine Tour

An intensive wine tour dedicated to those who wish to discover the quiddity of the wine making heritage in Istria. You will visit three wineries that are among best in Croatia. You will try fresh and aged wines made from indigenous grape varieties. You will also visit historical sights and try the best traditional cuisine. All visited wineries are different between approach to the wine making.

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Blue Cave And Six Islands, Croatia

A full day boat excursion to the best locations central Dalmatian islands have to offer. You’ ll get to experience the natural wonder of the Blue cave, swim in pristine waters of hidden beaches, explore the 2400-year-old town of Hvar and enjoy the best Mediterranean food!

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Best Time To Visit
The high season in Croatia is in July and August, so for good temperatures and less crowded attractions, we suggest you to go in June or September.