Beautiful Croatia is a top destination for families, adventurers, sports enthusiasts and culture seekers. With its beautiful coastline, enchanting parks, historic monuments, idyllic villages and towns, it offers something for everyone.
The Adriatic coastline in Croatia is the ideal holiday destination for both families and party goers. The Makarska Riviera is a popular area for families with a coastline of no less than 60 kilometres. Throughout the area, several small pebble and sandy beaches are the ideal environment for a relaxing holiday with the kids.
The beaches are surrounded by the Biokovo Mountains with large coniferous and pine forests, which contributes to the tranquil atmosphere. In the centre of the Riviera is the city of Makarska which is definitely worth a visit. Here you can enjoy the local delicacies and the hospitality of the Croats. For party goers, Bol, located on the island of Brac, is highly recommended. The small coastal town has a spectacular beach that attracts visitors from all over the world in the summer. The Zlatni Rat stone sand bar is the eye-catcher of the beach. If you want to party by the sea, this is the place to be. During the day, various water sports such as jet skiing, water skiing and windsurfing predominate, but at night-time Bol really comes to life. The large number of clubs, the Faces Club being the most popular, is the reason behind this. This outdoor club welcomes up to 2,000 people a night who dance into the early hours of the morning.
Croatia is also a top destination in terms of nature. The Plitvice lakes in Lika-Senj are breathtaking and should definitely be on the must-see list of every nature lover. These lakes were created as a result of the natural deposition of water from the Korana River, a process that has been going on for thousands of years. Dams and ravines are interspersed with lakes, waterfalls and caves, creating a unique nature reserve.
The park has 90 majestic and smaller waterfalls as well as 16 lakes, so a visit over a few days is recommended. The surrounding forests are home to bears and wolves, as well as extremely rare birds. A visit to the Plitvice Lakes is an unforgettable experience. You walk along winding paths, bright blue watercourses and through tranquil forests. Spend part of the trip on a boat, for pure relaxation. There is a natural division between the Gornja or upper lakes and the Donja or lower lakes. A huge waterfall is the highlight of the tour and is considered a popular place to take pictures. At the end of the day, have a drink and a bite to eat in the small establishment located at the entrance to the park.
The port city of Dubrovnik, located in Dalmatia, is considered to be one of the most beautiful cities on the Adriatic coast. It has earned the city the name Pearl of the Adriatic Sea. The fortified town of Dubrovnik is fully fortified and is home to several historical monuments. The Blasius Church, Doge's Palace, an old pharmacy and the Franciscan monastery are certainly worth a visit.
Whoever wanders through the city gets the feeling of being transported back to the 17th century. This sensation is due to the many palaces and red patrician houses dotted around the city. Offers to Split shouldn't be overlooked either. Split is located on a peninsula in the Adriatic Sea and represents an important economic and tourist transit route. The port leads both to the Croatian islands as well as to Italy. In addition to tourism, fishing and viticulture play an important role. The city is considered to be the second largest in Croatia, thanks to its large number of inhabitants. For tourists, it is the perfect base to visit the islands. They are often only accessible from the city's port. Marjan hill, on the city's western side, is especially popular with families because of the zoo.
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