So many words have already been written about Croatia's prime tourist attraction that there is not much to add. We will be covering the main sites, activities and places to stay, as well as introducing an excellent tour guide for the city, as well as recommending a specialist eGuide which will tell you all you need to know, and more!
Officially one of the world's ten most beautiful islands with 2724 hours of sun a year, the cliches about Hvar roll off the tongue. But have you heard of the entire village founded by the illegitimate son of Henry VIII or the opportunity to spend the night in a deserted shepherd's village, including outdoor shower facing the sea?
Whatever season you find yourself in Croatia, find the time to visit Plitvice Lakes - they are majestic all year round. If you think you have seen lakes and waterfalls, we guarantee Plitvice will still take your breath away. Nature at its most sublime.
A surprising addition to the list, perhaps, and certainly not a household name, but with its astonishing wildlife and range of outdoor activities, Cres is the perfect location for people looking for an outdoor holiday away from the hordes.
While Dubrovnik takes the accolades in any Croatia holidays guide, there are plenty of other mouthwatering places to visit. In this section, we will be looking at the coastal towns of Dalmatia, including Makarska, Split, Trogir, Zadar and Sibenik. If you would like to contribute to this section, we would be delighted to hear from you.
With 1185 islands to choose from, there are enough islands for everyone. We will be looking at the following islands initially in our Croatia holidays guide: Brac, Vis, Hvar, Mljet, Korcula, Ciovo, Pag and Krk, with more islands being added as we go. Contributions welcome!
For a completely different Croatian experience head to Istria, and experiences the land of truffles, hilltop villages, Roman ampitheatres, international film festivals, outstanding cuisine and natural beauty - stunning coastal towns and a lush interior, something for everyone.
The capital of Croatia and the centre of commerce, Zagreb offers a diverse experience for the visitor, from its museums and galleries to its excellent resturants and nightlife. You will find a few hidden tips on getting the best out of the Croatian capital in this section.
With so much of Croatia's tourism concentrated on the coast, you would be forgiven for thinking that there was no inland tourism. How wrong you would be! Come and discover some of the secrets of inland Croatia, places to see and holidays to savour.
In a land of such stunning natural beauty, you are never far away from a national park and, in addition to Plitvice, we feature the following national parks in this section: Risnjak, Brijuni, Sjeveri Velebit, Paklenica, Krka, Kornati and Mljet