Rovinj is a picturesque seaside town, surrounded by islands and islets, with a rich cultural heritage.
Off the northern coast of Croatia, the island of Rab is for explorers, offering rocky terrain, dense forests and nice beaches as well.
"The pearl of the Adriatic" offers rich experience to each visitor, from magnificent natural beauties to cultural heritage.
Zadar is the largest city in northern Dalmatia, with rich history and charming narrow city streets.
The island of Hvar is the queen of the Croatian Dalmatian islands.
A hilly island in the Adriatic Sea, with 248 kilometers of coastline, plenty bays and pebbly beaches.
Croatia's first and most important national park, will mesmerize you with it's natural beauty and the harmony of shapes and colours.
It’s a pleasure to see Croatia in the news for something other than football or political trouble. These days tourism is booming, especially in Dubrovnik — travelers, it seems, are charmed by its sidewalk cafes and historic sights, and are descending on the “jewel of the Adriatic̶...
Croatia is indeed unique, not only for its crystal clear blue sea, but also for its reach history.
It is one of the best known tourist destinations in Croatia, due to it's unique beach, Golden Horn (Zlatni rat).