There is so much to explore in this vast and varied
Croatia is a Mediterranean nation that has enjoyed a
resurgence in tourism in recent years, and many tourists are now opting to explore this historic country during
their trips. Travelsupermarket.com describes Croatia as having “something
to suit all holidaymakers and a truly Mediterranean atmosphere, Croatia has universal
The vast and varied landscape of Croatia means there is
something for everyone to explore and enjoy. From the ancient port city of Dubrovnik and the picturesque Adriatic
coastline, to the multitude
of Croatia national parks - including the UNESCO
recognised Plitvice Lakes, with spectacular turquoise lakes nestled amongst the Dinaric Alps - there is much to
explore in this vast and varied nation.
|One of the most unique
National Parks is Plitvice Lakes, a major tourist attraction,
visited by a million visitors annually from around the world.
The Adriatic coastline is a popular destination for tourists
who are looking to take a break in the Mediterranean conditions, flocking to resorts all along the coastline,
including coastal cities such as Zadar, Split and the walled city of
Holidays in Croatia are also becoming more popular with family groups, with a number of resorts
along the coast and a wide range of picturesque villas available to rent.
Dubrovnik is a popular tourist attraction, with
it’s collection of monuments and churches within the historic city walls. The city plays host to an annual Summer
Festival - during which the city comes alive with a two-month long celebration of live music, opera and theatre
The city is also a popular destination for water sports
enthusiasts, with a number of centres that offer boat tours to nearby islands, as well as water-skiing and scuba
|The Adriatic Sea is one of the cleanest seas in Europe and the
great for bathing, swimming and diving activities.
Enjoy the islands and the inland
The warm waters of the Adriatic Sea are a draw for those looking to sail and explore a number of islands off the Croatian coast, including Brac and Otok Krk.
The region is also popular as a scuba diving destination, with a wide variety of dive sites to explore - including
wrecks and reefs.
Further inland, Croatia has a number of ancient castles to
explore, and the capital city Zagreb is a popular destination for
city breaks and as a stopover for many of the ski resorts in the neighbouring mountain ranges.
Zagreb is a city which has a rich cultural mix, from
beautiful modern architecture to historic cobbled streets lined with museums and art galleries.
Whether you’re looking to relax on the beaches of the
Adriatic coastline, explore ancient cities or take a hike through picturesque national parks, there is something
for everyone to explore and enjoy in Croatia.
Author: David Collins