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Croatia Holidays

Croatia holidays are all about secluded beaches, historic cities, ancient medieval remains and beautiful countryside. Croatia actually has over 5,000km of coastline which makes it great for a beach holiday with sunny beaches and opportunities for culture on offer. With these beaches comes excellent fresh seafood and fine wines produced in the local areas.

It has a continental climate with hot, dry summers. The Mediterranean conditions on the world-renowned Dalmatian Coast, stay mild all year. The Croatian coast is one of the most impressive coastlines in Europe and no Croatian holiday is complete without a tour of the islands. There are regular boat trips available from the coastal ports of Dubrovnik and Split to take you to the numerous and varied stunning islands. Each island has its own character, from trendy hotspots such as Hvar, to secluded getaways, such as Vis.

Dalmatian Coast and Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik, in the far south of Croatia, is one of the country’s most popular visitor destination. Known as the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’, the city boasts a stunning mix of old and new Croatian heritage. One of the most spectacular medieval cities in the world, Dubrovnik is ringed by walls and marked by terracotta roofs and church spires.

Split

To the north of Dubrovnik, the ancient coastal city of Split, famous for the Roman Palace of the Emperor Diocletian, is also a must see. With so much to see and do, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Whether you spend time on the idyllic beaches, seek out the hidden coves, sample a diverse food scene or head out to join the vibrant nightlife, you’ll quickly understand why this area has become such a firm holiday favourite. Split is a vibrant and addictive city and one that also serves as the Adriatic’s major ferry port, making it an easy option for tourists who wish to explore further afield too.

Zagreb

From museums and galleries to outdoor cafes and restaurants, there is much to enjoy in Zagreb, but its laidback feel is the real charm. It can be experienced during strolls through the city’s pedestrian streets and green spaces, providing an unusual sense of relaxation during a city break.

Also, see our flights to Croatia, and hotels across the country.