It's beach and it's mountain. It's hot during day and chill during night. It's everything you need. It's Croatia.
It is one of the best known tourist destinations in Croatia, due to it's unique beach, Golden Horn (Zlatni rat).
The island of Hvar is the queen of the Croatian Dalmatian islands.
Croatia is indeed unique, not only for its crystal clear blue sea, but also for its reach history.
"The pearl of the Adriatic" offers rich experience to each visitor, from magnificent natural beauties to cultural heritage.
Rovinj is a picturesque seaside town, surrounded by islands and islets, with a rich cultural heritage.
Trogir, on the Croatian coast, is on the UNESCO World Heritage List as it is one of the best preserved medieval towns in Europe.
Spend the days on the beautiful beaches, and at night choose between the many restaurants to enjoy the famous Pag cheese and the island's specialty, Pag lamb.
Split is an ancient port city in Croatia, where you can still see the Roman walls, squares, and temples.
Zadar is the largest city in northern Dalmatia, with rich history and charming narrow city streets.
Lying on the Dalmatian peninsula Peljesac, the small town of Orebić transformed from a maritime center in the most popular resort on the peninsula.
Brac is a large island in the Adriatic Sea, with rolling hills, pine and fig trees, and the famous Golden Cape beach.