Resorts and cities in Croatia

Resorts and cities in Croatia where you can find offers in our portal.

Cities in Middle Dalmatia region

Sibenik

Sibenik

Sibenik (Sibenico in Italian) is a city in the eastern part of Croatia, at the mouth of the river Krka in the Adriatic Sea. Canton is the capital of Sibenik-Knin. It has a majority ethnic-Croat, making up 94.02% of the population. The main church in town, St. James, is the 2000 UNESCO World Heritage list. Unlike other cities along the Adriatic coast, which were founded by the Greeks, Illyrians and Romans, Sibenik was founded by Slavs. Excavations at castelulu Saint Michael, showed that the site was inhabited long before the actual arrival of the Croats.


Gradac

Gradac

Gradac is a tourist resort near Makarska, halfway between Split and Dubrovnik.


Makarska

Makarska

Makarska, a cute little town in Southern Dalmatia, located at the foot of the mountain valleys Biokovo wonderful, one of the cleanest cities in the Mediterranean sea, is an important tourist center on the Makarska Riviera, which stretches from Brelo to Gradac. Makarska Riviera beaches are long and sunny Riviera a very nice beach, with sea and sun on a summer Dalmatian Riviera transforms into a warm and memorable. Activity on the beaches in July and August is very intense, but May, June and September are the quietest. Makarska is bordered by one of the most beautiful mountains, namely Mt Biokovo, a protected natural park and wild river Cetina canyon.


Tucepi

Tucepi

Tučepi (pronounced [tǔtʃɛpi]) is a small town and municipality in the Split-Dalmatia County of Croatia. It is located on the Adriatic coast of Dalmatia known as Makarska riviera, about 5 km southeast of Makarska, population 1,763 (2001). It is a popular tourist destination thanks to its scenic coastline, its opportunities for sports and its excellent accommodation.


Omis

Omis

The small Central Dalmatian town of Omis area has its own seaport and is located between town Split and Makarska, about 26 km. south-east of Split. The city lies at the mouth of river Cetina into the sea, being guarded by the keys of the river Cetina. City of great beauty is situated on the river Cetina and has 15,800 inhabitants. Here, crystal clear water of the river flows into the sea formed river sand brought from the resort beach near Omis. From the north, the resort is protected by mountains and lies in the south sea. Omis city's economy relies on agriculture, fishing, textile industry and the food processing, tourism.


Brela

Brela

Baska Voda and Brela are the most popular tourist spots on the Makarska Riviera . Baska Voda and Brela are located 15 km away from Makarska in direction of Split.


Split

Split

Split (Spalato called in Italian) is the largest and most important city in Dalmatia, and the second city in Croatia. The city was Venice, Venice dominated by the fourteenth century till 1797, and the historic old town and Diocletian's Palace are inscribed on the UNESCO world cultural heritage list. As the foundation of Dubrovnik, Split and the foundation has a nice story, in which Latinos are residents of the great metropolis mix Adriatic Salona (today Solin, two steps away from Split), and greedy invaders, accompanied by the Slavs. Salona invaded in the early seventh century, Avar-Slav hordes laughed it off the face of the earth, so that the survivors took refuge in the former Palace of Diocletian, building houses, shops and churches from the Roman ruins of the palace and making Palace of the nucleus of the new city of Split.


Vodice

Vodice

Vodice is a town in the region of Sibenik-Knin, Croatia and the Adriatic Sea borders. At only 12 km northwest of Sibenik, Vodice is a former fishing village turned into a marina and tourist center. Vodice historical center is small and picturesque, but the main activity takes place in port, which is crammed with restaurants and some souvenir boutiques. There are some "beach", which are quite busy summer, but will take taxi boats to shore and Tijat insulelelor Logorun. From Vodice also can do a quick ferry ride to the islands than Prvić and Zlarin fermecataorele, where you can be absorbed satelelor quiet atmosphere of the island.


Rogoznica

Rogoznica

Rogoznica, a small Mediterranean tourist destination close to Primosten and 25 km south of Sibenik, located in a bay, a wonderful place to spend a wonderful holiday with friends and family. Rogoznica is frequently visited by surfers because of the yacht port Marina striking, considered one of the most beautiful and safest places to anchor in this part of the Adriatic. Being a small town in Dalmatia North End, this former fishing village is now a well known tourist destination while keeping their old fisherman crafts, visitors can buy fresh fish caught by fishermen and brought recently.


Primosten

Primosten

Primosten is a small port city located 30 km southeast of Sibenik. In the 16th century a bridge was built to connect the settlement on the island with the mainland. The name "Primosten" means "bridge." Surrounded by seven little islands, Primosten is a special gift from nature that leaves no one indifferent. Primosten ranks among the most picturesque towns on the Adriatic, with many narrow streets, typical old Mediterranean city center. The old town is lined with cafes, bars and restaurants, whose cuisine will satisfy the most demanding tastes.


BASKA VODA

BASKA VODA

Baska Voda (pronounced [bâʃkaː vɔ̌da]; Italian: Porto Bestonio) is a municipality in Croatia in Split-Dalmatia County. It has a population of 2775 (2011 census), of which 96.2% are Croats. It is located on the Adriatic coast of Dalmatia 10 km northwest of Makarska.


Podstrana

Podstrana

Podstrana is a small tourist resort situated 8 km From Split, between the river Zrnovnica and village Mutogras. From Podstrana you can have a wonderful view towards the sea and the island of Brac. Podstrana spreads for 6 km along the coast where you can find some great gravel and sandy beaches. Podstrana has a very good tourist offer: wide offer of private Podstrana accommodation, apartments, villas, and a large number of family Podstrana hotels. Historic town of Split is very near, so guests can enjoy visiting exhibitions, museums, cultural monuments and night entertainment.





Cities in Istria Peninsula region

Porec

Porec

Porec is a beautiful historical city located in the western part of Istria, a city which enjoys a history of over 2,000 years, many outstanding archaeological and historical areas. Schedule was based on the structure of a Roman camp. Situated between the bay and the mouth of the Lim river Mirna, protected island St. Nikola, Porec concedu offers all the conditions of a perfect party.


Medulin

Medulin

Medulin is one of the most popular resorts in Istria and part of the top 10 most popular resorts on the Adriatic coast. Its fast development of natural resources is based on the special landscape. Each traveler can find here a place of relaxation and peace, rich, ravishing landscapes, but also can spend a vacation here because of its remarkable growth. Medulin bay is ideal for water sports activities. From a village of farmers and fishermen, Medulin has turned into a resort representative for Istria and the Adriatic coast. The resort is noted for its pristine nature and fresh air.


Rabac

Rabac

Rabac resort is located 5 km from LA and is one of the most visited resorts in Istria East. Old fishing village in the late nineteenth century was named the Pearl of the Adriatic became a highly acclaimed tourist destination.


Umag

Umag

Umag and its riviera (which is about 20km long) is very popular destination. The old town in Umag has attractive and narrow, cobbled streets. The coast is full of pretty little bays. Umag is also well known for its marina and the international tennis centre which hosts the Croatian Open every July.


Lovran

Lovran

Lovran (Italian: Laurana) is a town in Istria, Croatia. It is located on the west coast of the Kvarner bay, and has a population of 3241 inhabitants (2001 census). Its name comes from Laurel (Laurus nobilis), as shown in the emblem. Lovran is one of the oldest settlement on the eastern shore of the Istrian peninsula. By the Middle Ages was an important urban center and a shipbuilding center in the northern Adriatic. Following the sudden development of port cities nearby (Trieste, Pula and Rijeka), which became dominant, as well as new urban centers in the region, Lovran has lost its meaning.


Rovinj

Rovinj

Being an island until the eighteenth century, when it was connected to the mainland, Rovinj has developed as a fishing port. It is the most attractive resort on the coast of Istria, and its main attraction is the Venetian-style architecture dating back from XIV and XVIII centuries. Rovinj is home to the largest cigarette manufacturer in Croatia, which is also the only provider of jobs in the city. For many visitors, the main pleasure is a simple ride around the old city and explore the narrow alleys.


Pula

Pula

Pula (Pula Croatian, Italian Pola) is the largest city in the historical region of Istria in Croatia, situated in the south of the Istrian peninsula. It is a famous resort and an important tourist heliomarină known for its moderate climate, gentle waters, but well preserved nature and rich historical and cultural heritage. The city has a long tradition in wine, fish, shipbuilding and tourism. Pula has also been the administrative center of Istria in ancient Rome.


Vrsar

Vrsar

20 km from Rovinj, in the town of Vrsar, more peaceful and less tiring, you can enjoy a small yacht harbor and boats and hotels that line the coast. The city has a specific character given by a church and a bell tower that dominates the compact city and a network of old streets leading to the seaside.


Moscenicka Draga

Moscenicka Draga

Moscenicka Draga is a fishing village, situated at the foot of the mountain on which lies the medieval town Moscenice. It is a favorite destination for tourists because of its undeniable beauty.


Novigrad

Novigrad

Novigrad is a resort on the shores of Istria, with a Venetian-style bell tower, which rises from the town center. Novigrad is a small historic town situated in a bay where both buildings with Mediterranean architecture and fortification system were preserved. Past centuries have left a rich cultural heritage, visible today on the narrow winding streets and small shops. Much of old town buildings have been replaced or rebuilt, there are few examples of original architecture, but the city has a pleasant atmosphere and the streets are ideal for long rides.


Fazana

Fazana

Fazana is located opposite the Brijuni Islands, near Pula. Fazana is a small town atmosphere fish that fascinates visitors with its wonderful. People who live here still carry traditional activities as fishing and agriculture, while in recent times, with such activities and tourism development Fazana gaining more and more Croatian tourism landscape.


Funtana

Funtana

Small tourist town on the west coast of Istria, is located between the tourist towns Vrsar and Porec, Zelena Laguna to the south Valkalena. This area is full of bays, peninsulas and islands. The city is proud of its fishing traditions, the fertile land, sea, natural beauty, gastronomic offer, and the hospitality of its inhabitants.


Savudrija

Savudrija

Savudrija is a city located in the northwest peninsula of Istria, 8 km north of Umag and only 60 km south of Trieste. Savudrija, an old fishing village, today a small and stylish resort is actually a gateway to the seaside area of ​​Umag. Pension Favreto and Alla Posta inns existed Paludetti time and Austrian domination. Later spa treatment building in 1908, Grazer Kinderspital Anna was also an important step in tourism development in the area. In 1925, the guesthouse was built Gamboc (Gamboc by Ivan and his son Karlo) - today called Moj Mir (My Peace).




Marcana

Marcana

Maracana is a village in the region of Istria, north of Pula. Being surrounded by a beautiful virgin nature, bathed by a very clean sea, Marcana is the ideal destination for those who want a quiet holiday is away from city noise and pollution. Stretched over a length of 36km, the town is the least urbanized place on the Adriatic coast.






Cities in Island Croatia region

Krk

Krk

Krk (Chakavian - Kharkiv, German - Veglia, Latin - Curicta, Italian - Krk) is a Croatian island in the northern Adriatic Sea, located near Rijeka in the Bay of Kvarner and part of Primorje-Gorski Kotar realm. Krk is the largest Adriatic island with an area of 405.78 square kilometers (156.67 sq MI), and also the most populated, with numerous towns and villages with a population of 17,860 inhabitants (2001 census). Although recent polls have shown that Krk is the largest Croatian island, the most recent official data show that they are the same size.


Korcula

Korcula

Korčula is the modern name of an island in the Croatian Adriatic with a long history of Byzantine and Venetian. Korčula island - in translation "Black Corfu, probably for the forests of black pine, which was the material used in shipbuilding - has latimeaa length of 40 km and 6.5 km and is situated on the Dalmatian coast, Dubrovnik County -Neretva in Croatia. Korcula island archipelago belongs to the central Dalmatian Peljesac peninsula and is separated from the Strait of Peljesac. It is the sixth island in the Adriatic, in size. The highest peak is Klupca (568 m) and Kom (510 m).


Brac

Brac

Brac, the largest island of Dalmatia, and one of the largest on the Adriatic, is situated between Split and Hvar island. Brac is known worldwide through white Brač stone are made of some of the world's most famous buildings such as the White House, Parliament Reichstag in Berlin or Vienna. Today the island of Brac has a rich tourist offer in the summer months. Places such as Bola, Supetra, Milne, Sumartina are typical Dalmatian tourist attractions on the island is Brac where you can choose your accommodation in one of the hotels, apartments or resorts.


Pag

Pag

Pag is the third largest of the islands Kvarner, Kvarner and located between the Velebit channel. The interior of the island seems to be barren and inhospitable to life. Here live about 8,000 people who take care of a total of three times more than sheep to collect every wisp of grass. In the desert of the island, except sage, vegetation seems to be lacking. The main settlements on the island of Pag is the town with an attractive and historic Novalja, a modern settlement with a vibrant nightlife, reminiscent of Ibiza. Now a long time, Page was an island with lush vegetation and a flourishing agriculture.


Peljesac

Peljesac

Pelješac is a peninsula in southern Croatia, in the Dubrovnik -Neretva county, just about an hour and a half drive from Dubrovnik. It is around 70 km long and is connected with Croatian Mainland at Ston. The Pelješac Channel divides the peninsula from the island of Korčula. Scattered like breadcrumbs across the foothills of the dolomites, the hamlets and villages of southern Peljesac evoke an ancient past. The rocks, the vegetation, the groves of pine and cypress - everywhere a sense of timelessness prevails. On the hills above the sea, abandoned villas and gardens, stone walls and columns lie crumbling in the sun.


Ciovo

Ciovo

Ciovo Island is located in Central Dalmatia and is connected by a bridge to the shore, and now is near the historic town of Trogir. Ciovo Island was inhabited even in Roman times and during the Middle Ages there have been some small villages. Being mostly of stone, and here are some caves, the most famous being Bilosaj and Anicina Jama (pit Ana). Island seems an extension of Trogir and offers many beautiful beaches and various historical monuments. There are smaller towns in Ciovo: Slatina, Arbanija, Zedno, Okrug Gornji and Okrug Donji. On the western side of the island are sand and gravel beaches, the largest being those in the Gulf Saldun.


Dugi Otok

Dugi Otok

Dugi Otok is a length of about 45 km and width between 1 and 4 km. The island boasts numerous bays, coves are the best known and Telascica Sakarun. Telascica natural park is characterized by three phenomena: Telascica Bay is one of the most beautiful and largest natural harbors Adriatiatice sea, and includes six islands with sharp rocks, 25 bays, an attractive anchorage; ascent "Stene "Dugi Otok island has a height of 200m above sea level, and descend down to 90m below sea level. There are more birds nesting as the falcon or falcon gray Eleonora; salt lake Mir with curative mud, is endemic species habitat - eel kajman.


Vis

Vis

Vis is an island in central Dalmatia with an area of ​​approximately 90 square kilometers. Dealurior limestone ridges covered with fertile valleys and forests, with red soils and interspersed with sand dunes, planted with vines. The main settlements on the island are Vis and Komiza, unpolluted environment with crystal clear sea and marine scenery as well as local specialties - seafood from the cleanest part of the Adriatic, various sports and recreational opportunities, all of which constitutes the offer a dream vacation. Traces of history dating from Roman sites can be found all around the island of Vis.



Pasman

Pasman

With more than 11 villages and 3,000 inhabitants, the island of Pasman is one of the islands most attractive for a great holiday. The island is 63, 03 km2, the largest length is 21.35 km and the largest width of 4.27 km. The highest point is Bokolj, 272 m. tourist resorts are situated along the eastern slopes of the island, while the other side of the island is mainly uninhabited. Pasman is ranked among the 12 largest islands in Croatia, located in the SW of Zadar and always had great importance because of vast agricultural areas and maritime favorable position.


Losinj

Losinj

Losinj Island is the most popular island in the northern Adriatic Sea, one of Europe places on most days of sunshine a year. Losinj Island is characterized by dense pine forests and jagged coast. Island to enjoy the benefits of a favorable climate all year round. The two most characteristic village are: Veli Losinj (Lussingrande) pitoareasca fishing village with pastel colored baroque houses grouped around the bay, with curved streets and small houses located in a green area on the coast, and Mali Losinj (Lussinpiccolo ), the tourist village, which is located on the northern coast of the island.


Murter

Murter

Murter is one of the best sailing destinations on the Adriatic coast, the resort Murter is located in the north of the island. In the neighborhood are the National Park Kornati Archipelago and other islands in Sibenik, so many yachts and boats anchored in the area. In general, the biggest attraction of these places is the lovely, unspoiled nature, which you can admire, for example, if you go on an excursion in the Natural Park Kornati. The most important tourist centers of the area are Murter, Betina, Jezera Tisno and but the whole island is very well prepared for visits by tourists from around the world, a fact confirmed by many hotels, restaurants, sports and entertainment opportunities.


Ugljan

Ugljan

Ugljan (pronounced [ ûɡʎan ] ; Italian: Ugliano ) is a Croatian island in Zadar archipelago and bonuses . It is located northwest of the island of Pasman and southeast of the islands Sestrunj Rivanj and.


Smokvica

Smokvica

Smokvica is a village on the island of Korčula and a municipality in Dubrovnik-Neretva county in Croatia. It has a population of 1,210, in which the absolute majority are Croats. Smokvica is located in the center of Korčula, about 4 km west of Čara, 13 km east of Blato and 4 km north of Brna. It is known as the birthplace of one of the most famous Croatian wines - Pošip.


Mljet

Mljet

The largest of the islands by South Dalmatia Mljet Korcula is, part of which is protected as national park. Mljet is often overlooked by visitors, which focuses on islands further north, but it is one of the wildest islands in Croatia. According to local myth, here was held captive by Calypso Odysseus, for seven years. Mljet Island is located on the southern coast of Croatia, near Dubrovnik, the most popular holiday destination of the Croats. Mljet Island is one of the most beautiful holiday resorts in Croatia, she was visited by families who are looking for a relaxing holiday.


Solta

Solta

Solta Island Solta and is situated on the Adriatic island of Brac West, 15 km south of Split and the islands east of Drvenik. Solta Island has a length of 19 km, width up to 5 km and 58.9 km ² area. On the island villages are Donje Selo, Selo Gornji, grunting, Necujam, olives, Rogac, and Stomorska Srednje Sel. Solta Island tourism has a tradition since ancient times, when he was a favorite vacation destination for noble Romans of Salona, ​​they called the island Soletta. And today one can see the ruins of those times. Island Solta is an economic and cultural center of Dalmatia, gathering many personalities over time in Croatia.


Cres

Cres

Cres is an island in the Adriatic Sea in the north of the Bay of Kvarner. The island is largely mountainous and elongated, with a length of 66km and width between 2 and 12 km. Together with the nearby island of Losinj, Cres was the largest single island, and now the two are separated by a narrow channel over which a bridge is built. South West Coast of the island of Cres and is besieged with sheltered beaches and coves, most with gravel, and to the north and east coast is rocky and steep, offering great views and an ideal habitat for rare birds.


Vir

Vir

Vir is an island resort located in the same name, located near the town of Zadar. The island is connected to the mainland by a bridge built in 1976. Vir Island is famous for its parties during the summer and special landscapes. This island has numerous pastures, meadows, limestone hills, rocks covered with vegetation, pine forests. Tourists can enjoy some water sports such as surfing, sailing. The island offers plenty of footpaths, where people can do mountain biking. The island is very populated in the summer months and do not need the ferry.


Lastovo

Lastovo

Lastovo is an island in Croatia, is an archipelago consisting of 46 islands with a total area of ​​56 km ². The largest island is located south of the island of Korcula, between Dubrovnik and the Italian coast. Along Mljet is the largest island in the forest area of ​​the Adriatic Sea. Until 1990 the island was used as a military base and closed to tourism. Now living in Lastovo 700 people, mostly fishermen or farmers. In the summer months is populated mostly by Italians. Lastovo island has a Mediterranean climate with mild winters and hot humid summers and long sunny and dry.


Okrug Gornji

Okrug Gornji

Okrug Gornji and Donji Okrug are the Okrug municipality belonging to the administrative and territorial Split - Dalmatia. But only the name Okrug or Okruk, let us note that both places are distributed along the beautiful circular bay on the west side of the island.


Malinska

Malinska

Malinska (German: Durischal) is a settlement (naselje) in the northwestern part of the island Krk in Croatia and an important tourist town year. It lies on the Adriatic coast, in the picturesque bay facing Opatija and Rijeka.


Elafiti

Elafiti

Elafiti Islands are a group of islands west of Dubrovnik locate. Although today no longer live deer on the islands, the islands still called this animal, Greek elpahos meaning deer. These islands were first mentioned by Pliny the Elder in the first century AD, as the Elaphite (Jelenska) in the Naluralis work Historia.




Prvic

Prvic

Prvić is an island that lies between Vodice and Sibenik, the island nearest the coast. It has an area of ​​nearly 2 km ², with a length of about 3km and a width of 500-1300m. Line sides of the island are suitable for bathing. In two villages (Prvić Luka and Sepurina) live a few hundred people. Accommodation in the old stone houses are particularly attractive. It says that guests can live in an authentic atmosphere satuluo dalmatic feeling like a part of the community. A fascinating thing is the absence of cars. Because of the absence of traffic have remained quiet villages and beautiful, ideal for rest.




Cities in Dubrovnik region

Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik

Called the pearl of Croatian tourism, has always been rich architectural and cultural treasure for tourists, artists and culture lovers, the old city walls and fortresses were included in the UNESCO list of cultural heritage. Besides the natural and cultural sightseeing tours in the city and its vicinity, visitors can visit the Prince is bound to receive his guests at Rector's Palace. Dubrovnik was founded by the union of two small towns: Laus, which was only a small island on the southern coast of Dalmatia, which offered shelter to refugees and the Italian town of Dubrava Epidaurum a settlement of Slavic immigrants in the foothills Srđ.



Cities in Kvarner region

Crikvenica

Crikvenica

Crikvenica is the largest settlement on the coast near Vinodol, Croatia, and developed on an area that was in the era Romanian settlement (a military base) called Turres Ad. The city population is 7121 inhabitants (2001 census). It is situated on the Adriatic coast, near Rijeka, Primorje-Gorski Kotar capital of the province. In the last twenty years due to urban expansion Crikvenica and Selce building near the city, the two have merged into a mini-conglomerate. Towns near Crikvenica are Kraljevica and Novi Vinodolski. Old Crikvenica is considered to be a village called Kotor, which is located on the hill nearby and share with the village name.


Opatija

Opatija

Opatija (old name: St. Jakob, Abbazia) is a popular summer and winter resort, in Croatia, Istria in the north-east, near the port of Rijeka and 84 km south-east of Trieste by train. It is situated in Kvarner Bay (Quarnero or Carnaro) Učka sheltered mountain (Monte Maggiore Vojak reach the top 1401 m) and is surrounded by beautiful woods of laurel.


Novi Vinodolski

Novi Vinodolski

Novi Vinodolski, another destination on the Kvarner tourist that a small settlement at the foot or more specifically Velebitului Velebitului channel. Location is similar surroundings Crikvenica Ispred, Otok, Krk. Besides tourism, Novi Vinodolski is important because the Code Vinodolski, one of the most important documents of the Middle Ages (year 1288). Novi Vinodolski is trimmed and the center of his old monastery ruins Pavlin, Franciscan castle with four towers, Mažuranić brothers house and more. Access to Novi Vinodolski is very easy. It is situated at a distance of 30 km from Krk airport and 50 km from the highway Zagreb - Split (dalmatina).


Rijeka

Rijeka

The third city in size scale Croatia after Zagreb and Split, and the country's first-port of Rijeka. Of the nearly 150,000 inhabitants, over 80% of the Croatian nation, although a good part of the recent history of Italian and Hungarian influences were more significant. The position occupied in the Kvarner Bay, Adriatic Sea, the resort so the success of the present and enjoyed for centuries in the past.


Senj

Senj

The town of Senj is located at the end of Kvarner bay and extends to the neighboring border areas along the 7.5 km long beach, between sea and mountains Kapela, Velebit.


Kraljevica

Kraljevica

Kraljevica is a town in the Kvarner region, located between Rijeka and Crikvenica, about 30 km from Opatija and near the bridge from the island of Krk. It is the oldest shipyard in the Adriatic Sea. Kraljevica is dominated by two medieval castles and a church built by the nobles and Croats Zrinski Frankopan. Since the nineteenth century, Kraljevica became a famous tourist destination with luxury villas and famous beaches. You can easily reach this location and is recommended for families with children due to the favorable climate with respiratory problems or allergies.


Cities in South Dalmatia region

Orebic

Orebic

Orebic is located in the south-west of Peljesac peninsula in Dubrovnik county - Croatia. It lies at the bottom of the hill St. Elias (Sv. Ilija 961 m.)


Slano

Slano

Slano is a village in southern Croatia with a small port in the bay itself. It is located 27 km northwest of Dubrovnik. Slano can be seen on the main coastal road (M2, E65).


Mlini

Mlini

Located on the Adriatic coast, Mlini is a quiet city that boasts a calm sea to offer its visitors throughout the year. The bay of Zupa was originally a place of fishermen who, little by little, have given part of their land to swimmers and tourists increasingly international.


Cavtat

Cavtat

Port town, located 20 km from Dubrovnik between two peninsulas, is the cultural center of the southern coast of Croatia. The southernmost city in Croatia, Cavtat is a small town (about 1500 instead), which abounds in greenery, romantic streets and terraces where you can Adir spectacular sunset over the harbor tour. Cavtat benefits from multiple cultural events during the summer, concerts are the majority. Cavtat and Dubrovnik Riviera is part of the city is especially attractive because of lush Mediterranean vegetation, the town and enjoying a long and beautiful promenade area (about 7 km.


Cities in Continental Croatia region

Zagreb

Zagreb

It shows that an ancient city in Central Europe, which for many centuries has been a commercial and industrial center. Located at the crossroads of major routes linking the Adriatic to Central Europe, Zagreb is also the economic, academic, cultural, artistic and sports. Located at the foot of Mount Medvednica, the two historical hills and Kaptol Gradec, crossed the Sava River, Zagreb consists of three cities: Upper Town, with peace and tranquility of times past, the Lower Town, with the bustle of European capitals and New Zagreb, an exhibition of modern architecture and urbanism.


Paklenica

Paklenica

Paklenica karst river canyon is a national park in Croatia. It is located in Starigrad, Northern Dalmatia, on the southern slopes of Velebit mountain, not far from Zadar.





Cities in Trogir region

Trogir

Trogir

Trogir, the center of the Trogir Riviera is a town with approximately 13000 inhabitants, situated in the heart of Dalmatia, 20 km west from the city of Split. The Adriatic tourist road is located in its immediate vicinity and connects it well with neighboring places: Kaštela, Solin, large center - Split, and smaller municipalities: Seget, Marina and Okrug (on the island of Čiovo) which were once part of this Riviera.


Cities in Lopar Island Rab region

Rab

Rab

Rab Island is situated in Kvarner Bay between the island of Krk in the north-west and south-eastern island of Pag. On the island of Rab are a few small villages, located mostly in its southern part. This is because the island is the north winds drizzle, while the south faces is crossed by a more pleasant climate in this part extending perhaps the most beautiful of the Mediterranean oak forest. On the island of Rab has some smaller towns, villages and settlements. One of these is known as Rab, known by those of his four bells have become a symbol of Rab way or another, taking it as the patron Saint Kristof.


Lopar

Lopar

Lopar is a Croatian municipality of Primorje county - Gorski Kotar. It gained the status of municipality in 2006, and its population is 1,263 inhabitants.


Cities in Zadar region

Zadar

Zadar

Zadar is a city in Croatia, bordering the Adriatic Sea. Zadar is the county seat and the entire region of northern Dalmatia. Is a neighbor islands Zadar Ugljan and Pasman, which is separated from the narrow Zadar Strait. The promontory on which it was built the old city was separated from the mainland by a deep moat, which today has become a waste landfill. Orasulului Zadar area was inhabited since prehistoric times. The oldest evidence of human life comes from the Stone Age, while many villages have been dating since the Neolithic. The inhabitants of Zadar, called iadasinoi, were mentioned for the first time in 384 BC as allies of indigenous Hvar and as leaders of a coalition of Eastern Adriatic Greek colonists fight.



Cities in Plitvice National Park region

Np Plitvice

Np Plitvice

Croatia's Plitvice National Park was declared a national park since 1949 (Nacionalni Park Plitvička jezera), representing the oldest nature reserve in south-eastern Europe, visited annually by about 1 million tourists. Plitvice Park in 1979 was declared World Heritage by UNESCO. Karst is a system consisting of 16 lakes, Plitvice joined together by the river, and through dozens of spectacular waterfalls. Dense pine forests that flank the karst system shelter bears, wolves and various birds. The largest lake is Lake Kozjak (Navigator). The 16 lakes are: Lake Prošćansko, Ciginovac, Okrugljak, Batinovac, Veliko Jezero, Malo Jezero, Vir Galovac, Milinovo Lake, Lake Gradinsko, Buk, Kozjak, Milanovac, Gavanovac, Kaluđerovac, Novakovic Brod.


Cities in Insula Hvar region

Hvar

Hvar

Hvar is a port city in Croatia, Split-Dalmatia county owned, located on the island of Hvar (the fourth island and the second longest stretch of the Dalmatian archipelago) in the Adriatic Sea. The city, located on the west side of the island, it is the administrative center and has a population of about 4,000 inhabitants. Hvar Town has a long and distinguished history as a center of commerce and culture in the Adriatic Sea. It was an independent commune in the Venetian Empire between the thirteenth century and the eighteenth century and at the same time, an important naval base.



Cities in North Dalmatia region

Biograd

Biograd

Located about 30 km. town south of Zadar, Biograd town (which means "the sea") is a beautiful city in Northern Dalmatia, which annually attracts thousands of tourists both because of historic remains, and especially advantageous because of its location for visiting many National Parks area. Biograd Town Museum has an impressive collection of archaeological remains, pots sec. XVI. Occupy a small and beautiful city that offers a spectacular peninsula overlooking the island of Pasman - island olive. If there is a place on the Adriatic Coast to be visited and explored for its beauty, the ideal position, harmony, cordiality and closeness to the people most important Croatian national parks and protected areas of nature, then it is certainly Biograd.


Pakostane

Pakostane

Pakostane is a municipality in Croatia in Zadar County. According to the 2011 census, there are 4,123 inhabitants, 97% of whom are Croats. North of Lake Vrana, 6 km from Pakoštane, there is a historic Vrana settlement. Croatian General Ante Gotovina grew up in Pakoštane. It is a tourist town with many pebble beaches and pine forests.


Petrcane

Petrcane

Petrcane is a village and port on the coast of the bay of the same name, 12 km northwest of Zadar. It is a picturesque place between Zadar and Nin, old Croatian towns.