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Travel guide





Welcome to Croatia!

During your visit in Croatia, you will discover a relatively small but very beautiful country.

You will find here many historical and cultural monuments, and you will be impressed by the Croatia's natural beauty.

Historical cities, picturesque villages, mountains, rivers, and our beautiful Adriatic coast will suprise you.

Croatia is a country with many geographical and natural diversities on a small land surface. Croatia is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Together with the existing differences between north, south, coastal, and continental regions, Croatia offer adventure, variety, and rare beauty.

Croatia's coastline is laced with numerous islands, indented with beautiful bays, and distinguished by gorgeous peninsulas. Pleasant temperatures are easy to find, especially on the island of Hvar, which has 2,718 hours of sunshine yearly. The swimming season lasts about four to five months with an average temperature of 24 degrees celsius. The clear, clean beaches on Croatia's larger islands are perfect for those who wish to soak up the sun. The islands of Krk, Cres, Brac, Hvar, Pag, Korcula, Dugi Otok, Mljet, Rab, Vis and the Kornati Islands are among the largest. There are also a number of picturesque bays. The best known include The Bay of Kvarner and The Bay of Sibenik. A trip along the coastline is an unforgettable adventure. Beginning in Istria (Croatia's largest peninsula): Rovinj, Pula, Brijuni Islands and Motovun are four beautiful stop-overs. The list of places to see is endless and narrowing it down may be difficult. Further south are Opatija, Crikvenica, Zadar, Sibenik, Primosten, Trogir, Solin, Split, Makarska, Dubrovnik, and Cavtat.

Each has its own style and character, and will make your coastal experience a memorable one!