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Croatia holidays feature some of Europe’s most naturally beautiful scenery with the Adriatic Coast boasting over 100 blue flag beaches, picturesque towns, historic harbours, stunning mountain ranges and no less than 6 Unesco World heritage Sites.
The wonderful whitewashed buildings and tiled terracotta roofs create the most beautiful of pictures basking in a wonderful Mediterranean climate ensuring long lazy days on the beach and fairly mild winters when the mountain peaks are topped with snow, making holidays in Croatia just as beautiful in winter as during summer. The thousands of miles of coastline create wonderful opportunities to enjoy beach based holidays, with secluded coves and beautiful bays to explore.
The beautiful city of Dubrovnik is often described as a museum town, with entire streets and buildings perfectly planned and preserved to create the original atmosphere of the 7th century. You can ramble through the cobbled streets and narrow alleyways and admire the ancient architecture, take a walk along the stone ramparts of the city walls for the best view of this magnificent town, or simply relax in the sun soaked cafes and watch the world go by.Take a boat from the harbour to visit some of the neighbouring islands or take a bus to the wooded Lapad Peninsula for its small shingle beach.
The Istrian peninsula is a beautiful coastline offering some of the best beaches with charming resorts in the region including the Roman town of Porec and Rovinj. The well planned resort of Porec on the Istrian Pennisula offers sports, beaches, bars, pizzerias and patisseries; while restaurants, shops, market stalls, churches and museums all jostle for space in the atmospheric streets of Porec old town. Roman houses, round towers, medieval walls and a bustling harbour are excellent exploration grounds and the Euphrasius Basilica is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Croatia is a country full of history and culture, the Museum of Arts and Crafts can be found in the capital Zagreb, Split is also worthy of mention with its cultural Roman heritage and its stunning harbour and marina. Sail around the 1,000 or so small islands, many of which are totally unspoilt and uninhabited. Water sports in Croatia are extremely popular especially in Bol where windsurfing, water skiing, scuba diving and snorkelling are all available with tuition if needed. The tiny islands and wonderful beach resorts of Korcula, Mljet, Losinj, Primosten and Brac are also worth visiting.