Croatia has been a European tourist destination for many centuries, first and foremost thanks to it’s vast and beautiful coastline.
It boasts seven World Heritage sites, including the old city of Dubrovnik and the Plitvice Lakes national park.
Croatia is growing in popularity as a tourist destination and is now 18th in the world in popularity. The coastal areas have a Mediterranean climate with high levels of sunshine to brighten its 116 Blue Flag beaches.
There is a very rich diversity of cuisine in Croatia. The coastal areas tend to be influenced by Greek and Italian dishes and inland is more influenced by Turkish, Hungarian and Austrian tastes. The country produces some fine wines.
There is a huge range of hotels and holiday villas and apartments available throughout the country, especially in the coastal resorts.
Visitors are sure to be amazed by the stunning landscapes and warm, tourist-friendly atmosphere.