Famous for its wild nightlife, Croatia also has pretty historical towns, a genuine hinterland and unique nature reserves such as Plitvice Lakes or Krka .
To get the most out of Croatia, you need to get past the big tourist developments and discover the unknown or remote little gems such as the Blue Cave of Vis on Bi islandševo.
If you arrive from Italy by car, you will probably arrive in Istria and the region of Pula, a very popular destination in summer. Along the coast, the towns of Zadar and Split bear witness to centuries of history. As for the islands, you will be spoilt for choice. For nightlife that lasts until morning, join the jet set at Hvar.
The region of Dalmatia, located on the border between Montenegro and Bosnia, is spread around Dubrovnik. Opening onto the Balkans this beautiful fortified town bathes in sunlight from the Adriatic.
The regions around Zagreb, the capital and Slavonia in the east are the least populated but are the most typically representative of Croatian daily life, particularly rural daily life.
Whatever you want to see on your travels, you can consult the Evaneos site to discover the pearls of Croatia and create your ideal itinerary by bus or car.