Croatia hides a secret. A secret that is anxious to be revealed. Hidden in plain sight yet full of sights to behold. If you crave a vacation and are eager to leave behind you the hustle and bustle of the city, you have come to the right place. Whether you seek scenic tours or adventurous activities, Croatia has got your back; on multiple fronts.

Once a well-kept secret among savvy travelers, Croatia is now making a resounding impact on the global stage. Nestled along the shores of the Adriatic Sea, this charming country beckons with a bounty of natural marvels, pristine coastlines, and alluring islands that are nothing short of captivating.

Timing is Everything:
For the best experience, consider visiting Croatia during the spring (May & June) and fall (September & October) when the weather is pleasant and the crowds are more manageable. While mid-June to mid-September is bustling with visitors, it’s wise to anticipate larger crowds and higher accommodation costs. Embrace the winter season to explore mainland Croatia and discover Zagreb’s renowned winter market!

Exploring Croatia’s Treasures:
Croatia’s fame is built upon its enchanting national parks, notably Plitvice Lakes and Krka, as well as its medieval coastal gems like Dubrovnik and Split. Over a thousand islands adorn the striking Dalmatian Coast, including Hvar and Korcula. Whether your passion lies in savoring local cuisine, uncovering natural wonders, tracing history, reveling in nightlife, or embarking on active adventures, Croatia promises an array of distinctive experiences for every traveler.

Crafting Your Croatian Escape:
If time is of the essence, a five-day trip can provide a fulfilling experience in a primary region like Dalmatia or Istria. For a comprehensive journey that encompasses the country’s diverse landscapes, plan for 10-14 days to explore multiple regions without feeling rushed.

Navigating Croatia’s Beauty:
With an efficient road network in place, Croatia’s relatively small size lends itself to hassle-free exploration via private transfers and rental cars, particularly on the mainland. Traverse the distances between key cities such as Zagreb and Split with ease. Access the islands via public ferry routes connecting Dubrovnik and Split (seasonally available) or opt for private charter boats for seamless island hopping.

Tailoring Your Croatian Experience:
No matter your preferred trip duration, Croatia accommodates your desires. Tailor your adventure with options spanning 5 to 14 days, enabling you to delve deep into the country’s vibrant culture, historical tapestry, and stunning landscapes. Each day promises a new facet to explore, enriching your journey through Croatia’s captivating allure.

Croatia Destinations

Kornati National Park

Nacionalni park Kornati is an archipelago of 89 gorgeous islands, islets, and reefs in the northern part of Dalmatia, near Dugi Otok, Murter, Zadar, and Šibenik.


Visiting Ston on the Peljesac Peninsula, near Dubrovnik, in Croatia – an area famous for its town walls, the saltworks and oysters!


Often called the Nice of Croatia, Vienna by the Sea, the Pearl of the Adriatic or the Old Lady, Opatija already bears countless affectionate nicknames.


Rovinj is a stunning little city in Croatia filling every inch of a peninsula bordered on three sides by the Adriatic Sea.


This small Dalmatian town at the mouth of the Cetina river, some 25 km south of Split, offers a unique blend of the river, the sea and mountains.  

The Makarska riviera

The Makarska Riviera stretches for 60km between the towns of Brela and Gradac with the main town being, of course, Makarska.


Sinj plays host to the iconic Sinjska Alka, a traditional knight tournament that happens during the summer, and was inscribed on the UNESCO List.


Salona was an ancient city, the former capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia and the birthplace of Emperor Diocletian.


Magnificent Klis Fortress, once home to several Croatian Kings is an easy trip from Split. If you are a Game of Thrones fan this is a must


Trogir boasts rich history with its roots going back to the 3rd century BC. It is one of the most well-preserved Romanesque-Gothic complex in Central Europe. 

The Neretva Valley

Neretva Valley spreads over a large area some 90 minutes’ drive north of Dubrovnik or Split. The Neretva Valley is a real paradise for many visitors.


Šibenik, one of the oldest Croatian towns on the eastern shores of the Adriatic, is home to two UNESCO Heritage Sites — Sv. Nikola Fort and St. Jacob’s Cathedral.


Zadar is a city monument, surrounded by historical ramparts, a treasury of the archaeological and monumental riches of ancient and medieval times.

Krka National Park

The star of the show at this national park is the Krka River, rushing through canyons, broadening into lakes and splashing over numerous falls and cascades.


Like Dubrovnik in miniature, the sweet little seaside town of Korčula has its own set of imposing walls and towers, as well as an extraordinary cathedral, adorned with a downright kooky set of carvings.

Island of Brac

The sea paints with 50 shades of blue in Bol, while the golden sands covering one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

Island of Mljet

Taking up half of the island of the same name, Mljet National Park is the most important protected area of Southern Dalmatia.

Hvar Island

The town of Hvar is a unique blend of luxurious Mediterranean nature, rich and diverse cultural and historical heritage, and a contemporary world known tourist destination.

Plitvice Lakes National Park

Croatia’s most recognisable UNESCO-listed national park, Plitvice Lakes are comprised of 16 cascading lakes and travertine waterfalls.


“The Pearl of the Adriatic,” Dubrovnik is one of the most popular destinations in Croatia.The extraordinary fortified city of Dubrovnik is a Unesco World Heritage site.


Croatia’s second-largest city, Split is a vibrant destination with the opportunity to get to know authentic daily life and friendly locals and spend time on beautiful beaches.


The capital and biggest city in Croatia, Zagreb is the cultural and economic hub of the country. Take a stroll through Ilica, ride the funicular to the Upper Town, have a cup of coffee on the “špica”.