Croatia is a fascinating country teeming with beautiful nature. From the shores of the Adriatic Sea to the highest peak in the country, through swamps filled with wildlife or the Mediterranean richness of the forests, Croatia’s natural beauty never ends. Explore its many Nature Parks among which are the UNESCO recognized Plitvice Lakes. Its sea is pure and its beaches beautiful. Feel the energy in this green paradise with a privileged climate and unique fauna.
Island and Beaches
Whether they’re sandy city beaches or off the beaten track on one of the relaxing or lively Islands, pebble beaches or surf ready, Croatia has them all. Some of them are so spectacular they are even considered among the most beautiful locations in the world. Whether you want some adventures in the wild sailing in search of romantic hidden treasures or to relax under the sun with your family, it’s time to choose your paradise in Croatia.
Arts and Architecture
The crossroads between East and West, Central European and the southern spirit of the Mediterranean, Croatia has developed a wide artistic, literary and musical tradition over the years. A rich cultural heritage that lives beyond museums, churches and cathedrals can be found in local museums housing thousands of exhibits showcasing a truly magnificent calibre of work. Come and experience the colours, sounds, and specialities of Croatia's unique culture.
Top Places to Visit
Croatia capital, perfect for a short break with numerous sights, a full events calendar, great restaurants, nightlife and even shopping.
An Istrian gem and beach destination, surrounded by the Adriatic Sea. There are many reasons to visit Rovinj, especially if you’re a history and outdoor sports aficionado.
Šibenik along with its Cathedral of St. Jacob, stands as testimony to the historical importance of this part of Europe. The Cathedral is unique on a global scale for many reasons and included in UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites.
The city monument, surrounded by historical ramparts, a treasury of the archaeological and monumental riches of ancient and medieval times, Renaissance and many contemporary architectural achievements such as the first Sea Organ in the world.
The second largest city in Croatia, and an urban and cultural centre at the crossroads of Dalmatia. Split offers a theatrical and exhibition programme, including the international festival of opera, concerts, drama, dance and street theatre.
Plitvice Lakes National Park
UNESCO site. With sixteen interconnecting lakes, 78-meter high waterfall, and beautiful flora and fauna visiting the Park is a truly unique experience.