A holiday to Croatia means a trip to the south of Europe where it is situated at the Adriatic Sea. The country has beautiful nature with hills, parks and mountains. The highest mountain, Dinara, has a peak at approximately 1849 m. In the central part of Croatia lies the Karst Plateau and along the coast runs the Kapela mountain range. In the mountains you will find unique flora and fauna. The coast of Croatia is no less than 5835 km long and very erratic. You will find countless bays, coves, rocks and pebble beaches where you can enjoy the sun or water sports. Especially the Istria peninsula is a paradise for boaters.
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Airline Tickets – For a business trip or holiday to Croatia, make sure you check out our airline tickets page, where you will find cheap airline tickets, to the airports of Dubrovnik, Pula, Split, Zadar or the capital Zagreb.
Campsites – For those who want to avoid the crowded campsites or high prices in Southern Europe, a trip to Croatia is the way to go for you! In recent years, more and more often small campsites emerge where you can enjoy your holiday. Some hospitable residents even rent out room for a tent in their private gardens, which is especially popular in Dalmatia. Camping on a farm, or even “in people’s homes”, the possibilities are endless. You can bring your own tent or caravan, or you can rent a fully equipped mobile home. Visit our camping holiday page for all options and prices for campsites in Croatia.
Holiday Istria – If you want to travel to Croatia for a holiday, make sure you check out the Istrian peninsula which is a very popular holiday destination because Istria, like Greece, Spain and Turkey has much to offer for a summer holiday. You can travel to Medulin, Novigrad, Poreč, Rabac, Rovinj or Umag and enjoy the wonderful Mediterranean climate during the summer.
Holiday Tour – Highly recommended for a holiday in Croatia is to tour the country by car or bus. There are many natural parks and cities with colorful facades. The most famous park of Croatia, is Plitvice National Park, where dense forests alternate with impressive lakes. For culture lovers, sights like the amphitheater in Pula and the Euphrasian Basilica in Porec are worth the visit, but also think about the great cultural and historical value of Split and Dubrovnik, so make sure to visit those to.