Destinations

What would an old Mediterranean island paradise look like? The lush green of pine-dominated forests separated by the deep blue waters by jagged rocks? Feeling of serenity and experience of…
For a taste of Istrian interior, visit Motovun, the most popular and charming hilltop town in the region full of them.  
If you're holidaying anywhere between Zadar and Split, Knin is one of the best day trips Dalmatia has to offer.
Best known as the host of the ATP tournament, this small town on the Northwestern coast of Istria deserves the title of the Croatian capital of tennis. Get better acquainted…
The southernmost Istrian town, Medulin is known primarily for its coastline, attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. Yet the place has much more to offer than just sea…
It is known as Croatia's greenest island with most of its total area covered in lush pine forest. Mljet island is way more than just a spot of untouched nature…
A veteran of tourism, this island in North Adriatic is full of natural diversity, from sandy beaches to dense forests and dramatic cliffs. Rab's mission is to make everyone happy…
An opulent stretch of Austro-Hungarian finery on the beautiful Kvarner coast. Opatija was Croatia's first-ever tourist destination. As popular now as it always was, it's easy to see why.
Everything you want from a holiday in Croatia, but with lots you can't get anywhere else. Omiš and the Omiš Riviera are beloved for very good reason.
Konavle is Croatia’s southernmost region and a place of wonder where ancient traditions still live on. Town of Cavtat, a true seaside gem, is rightfully the area’s most beloved holiday…
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