If your Mediterranean fantasies feature balmy days by sapphire waters in the shade of ancient walled towns, Croatia is the place to turn them into reality. Discover Croatia.

Dive into one of the ecologically best-preserved parts of Europe since 10% of the country is protected. Explore its 8 national parks and 12 nature parks, among which are the Plitvice Lakes, the only natural wonder recognized by UNESCO. Its sea is the purest in Europe, according to the European Commission, and some of its beaches are considered the most beautiful locations in the world. Croatia has an impressive 1,246 islands dotted along the beautiful Adriatic coast.

Spring | 23°C
Spring | 23°C
Summer | 30°C
Summer | 30°C
Autumn | 25°C
Autumn | 25°C
Winter | 17°C
Winter | 17°C

Interesting Facts

Croatia is home to the world's biggest truffle.

Croatia has the highest number of UNESCO Intangible Goods of any European country.

Zlatni rat beach changes in shape and colour depending on the wind.

Croatia has the richest collection of remains of Neanderthal people in the world.

Why visit Croatia?

Outdoor Adventure

Croatia is famous for it's gorgeous beaches and islands but what the sunny weather of Croatia gifts visitors are an almost overwhelming choice of adventure activities.

You can explore nature on foot, by bicycle, or on horseback. Explore the river canyons by going rafting and kayaking, or glide through the air parachuting and paragliding or on a zipline. 

For avid fisherman there's Sport Fishing in both fresh and salt water. Catch sea bass, dentex, gilt-poll, tuna, trout and catfish.

There's even skiing in winter!

Culture & Arts

Croatia IS Art. Art and beauty permiates every aspect of life here.

Croatia proudly presents a diverse and rich art scene. Galleries, museums, musical events, theatre, film, dance, opera and ballet. The list goes on and on, and art is available at every corner.

Croatia was the star of the Game of Thrones series. In Dubrovnik, on Lokrum, in Ston, Split, Klis and Trogir - all parts in this popular show. Relive the world of Westeros and the legendary Seven Kingdoms in Dubrovnik, on Lokrum, in Ston, Split, Klis and Trogir. 



Explore the diversity of Croatian cuisine and discover its wonderful specialties.

Aperitifs such as the world famous Maraschino of Zadar, starters such as cheese from Pag, ham and kulenova seka of Slavonia, oysters and mussels from Ston, delicious grilled fish, salted anchovies, delicacies such as eels and frogs from the Neretva Valley, turkey with mlinci, pašticada from Split, and desserts like puddings, Kotonjata, kroštule or fritule are among the many dishes in an unforgettable menu that will conquer your senses.