The Croatian capital is a perfect blend of a rich historical past and the pleasures of modern life, you will be overwhelmed by the choice of museums, parks, markets, bars, clubs and restaurants.
Majestically situated at the base of the cliffs, the medieval town ramparts surround this jewel of the Adriatic.
Visit the amphitheatre and the roman palaces which are still proudly standing today. Wander around the old areas of the town to discover their history.
Porec, Rovinj, Motovun: villages with narrow medieval streets and vineyards, where life is good. Istria evokes the Mediterranean.
You will get a warm welcome in this less popular tourist destination. Enjoy the local delicacies, the wonderfully bucolic countryside and discover a rich history tainted by war.
Boat trips, walking, diving, swimming, fresh fish and seafood, Croatia has a wonderful sea and coastal heritage awaiting you.
This is the most beautiful national park in Croatia, with magnificent lakes and waterfalls and accessible to all. It is a little gem.
These two towns each have their own character and charm. From Diocletian hot springs to the Sea Organ
A place of natural beauty with a unique cultural heritage and a Franciscan monastery on an island in the middle of Lake Visovac.
So many magical places and many are listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites. Each town has its own character and charm, waiting for you to discover and enjoy.