Croatia Directly

Croatia is one of the most sought-after travel destinations in the world today. The eastern European country is full of fascinating historical locales, beautiful cities, and to-die-for Adriatic Sea beach towns.

Once ravaged by war in the 1990s, Croatia has rebounded and a reported 18.5 million tourists descended on Croatia in 2017. Each year, more and more people travel to Croatia as they are enticed by the country’s beauty, food, and culture. Cities such as Split and Dubrovnik receive the lion’s share of tourists thanks to their remarkable history. Yet, the two cities are not the only popular tourist destinations.

Dubrovnik is the most popular travel destination for first time visitors to Croatia. Yet, more and more travellers are avoiding the large crowds of Dubrovnik for smaller, more quaint locations such as Istria.

Beach holidays are popular for travellers looking for sandy shores and endless blue seas. The architecture of the beach towns was influenced by Greek explorers who settled the area first. Croatia has been the home of a number of different settlers and cultures, however. Each has added its own touch to the architecture and art of the country.

Croatia’s best beaches are secluded shorelines lapped by blue sea water. Many of the best beaches around the country are only accessible via boat. Travellers can cruise around the shoreline before disembarking and exploring secluded beaches that few people know about.

Food and wine lovers will fall for Croatia thanks to its unique items. Traveller can find great local foods in quaint little restaurants. From seafood to local produce grown year-round, foodies will love the selection of food and drink on offer.

Due to the number of people holidaying in Croatia today, any traveller looking to get a great deal on a visit shouldn’t hesitate. Croatia’s popularity will only increase and with it will come higher prices on holidays. It has never been a better time to visit Croatia.

Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik

Makarska

Makarska

Plitvice Lakes

Plitvice Lakes

Pula

Pula

Rovinj

Rovinj

Split

Split

Zadar

Zadar

Zagreb

Zagreb

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