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Croatia, poised gracefully along the Adriatic coast, is a mosaic of shimmering islands, crystal-clear waters, and historic towns. A melting pot of cultures over millennia, Croatia's landscapes transition from sun-kissed shores to dense forests and from rolling vineyards to dramatic mountain ranges.

The nation's history is as rich as its landscapes. From the Romans to the Venetians, multiple empires have left their mark on its cities, with palaces, churches, and fortifications standing as mute witnesses to bygone eras. In contrast, modern Croatia buzzes with life, as cafes spill onto piazzas and music festivals electrify its beaches, making it a sought-after destination for both history enthusiasts and modern revellers.

Balancing its ancient heritage and contemporary European flair seamlessly, Croatia presents a unique canvas where every stroke tells a story. Whether you're wandering through Dubrovnik's ancient city walls, tasting truffles in Istria, or lounging on Zlatni Rat's unique stretch of beach, Croatia promises a diverse and immersive travel experience.

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Best Beaches in Croatia

...each with their own unique charm and reasons to visit:

Bol, Brač: Home to Zlatni Rat, often touted as the most beautiful beach in the Adriatic.

Korčula Island: Delight in sandy beaches and secluded bays, perfect for sunbathing and swimming.

Banje Beach, Dubrovnik: A picturesque spot offering panoramic views of the historic city and its majestic walls.

Historical Sites to Visit

Dubrovnik's Walls: These ancient fortifications provide panoramic views and tales of maritime dominance.

Diocletian's Palace in Split: A Roman architectural marvel that's seamlessly integrated into the city's modern life.

Pula's Amphitheater: A Roman arena, one of the world's best-preserved, still hosting events today.

Festivals During The Year

Dubrovnik Summer Festival: A summer-long event offering a blend of theatre, dance, and music in the city's historic venues.

Pula Film Festival: An iconic summer cinematic celebration hosted within the grandeur of the ancient amphitheatre.

Hideout Festival on Pag Island: A modern music rendezvous attracting electronic music enthusiasts from across the globe.

City Breaks in Croatia

Zagreb: The capital city, alive with art galleries, Central European charm, and bustling street life.

Split: A coastal gem that offers a unique blend of Roman history and beach relaxation.

Rovinj: A picturesque coastal town, often likened to Venice, known for its cobbled streets and artisanal shops.

Best Islands in Croatia

Hvar: Known for its glamorous nightlife, lavender fields, and historic sites.

Korčula: Dubbed "Little Dubrovnik," this island boasts mediaeval architecture and pristine beaches.

Pag: Famous for its moonlike landscapes, cheese delicacies, and the energetic Zrće Beach.

Best Places for Nightlife

Hvar Island: Renowned for its elite beach clubs and bars, attracting a chic international crowd.

Tkalčićeva Street in Zagreb: A street that becomes a hotspot after dusk, teeming with hip bars and dance spots.

Zrće Beach on Pag Island: Europe's party beach, hosting sun-soaked festivals and late-night dance-offs.

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Travel Advice for Croatia

Croatia, a picturesque gateway to the Mediterranean, is a traveller's delight. As you prepare for your journey, here are some essential pointers to ensure a smooth experience:

Best Time to travel: Croatia boasts a Mediterranean climate, with warm summers and mild winters. The peak tourist season runs from June to August, offering sunny days perfect for beach lounging and island hopping. For those seeking a quieter and cooler experience, consider visiting during the shoulder months of May or September.

Passports & Visas: Both UK and Irish citizens need a valid passport to enter Croatia. While a visa isn't required for short stays up to 90 days, it's always wise to verify the most current entry requirements. British travellers can get updates from, and Irish citizens can head to

Health & Safety: Investing in a comprehensive travel insurance policy is recommended. Standard vaccinations are advised, and depending on your travel itinerary, additional shots like Hepatitis A might be suggested. Always liaise with your healthcare provider before your trip for personalised recommendations.

European Health Insurance Card (EHIC): Croatia being an EU member, both the UK's Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC) and the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) are valid for accessing necessary medical treatments. Nevertheless, it's essential to remember that these cards don't cover medical repatriation or elective procedures. More information is available at for UK residents and for those from Ireland.

Latest Health and Safety Information: To remain updated on health advisories and safety guidelines during your stay, British nationals should visit In contrast, Irish nationals can consult

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Croatia FAQs

While the official currency is the Croatian Kuna, many businesses in tourist areas accept Euros. However, it's advisable to have Kunas on hand.
Ferries and catamarans operated by Jadrolinija and other companies provide excellent connectivity between the mainland and the islands.
English is widely understood in tourist areas, hotels, and by the younger generation. German and Italian are also commonly spoken in tourist areas.
Croatia boasts several UNESCO sites, including Dubrovnik's Old Town, Diocletian's Palace in Split, and Plitvice Lakes National Park.
Lavender products, olive oil, truffle-infused items, Croatian wines, and traditional "licitar" heart-shaped cookies are popular keepsakes.

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Croatia Facts

Croatian Kuna (HRK)
Approx 4 million
GMT +1
Approx 2 hours from Gatwick
All Emergency services 112

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