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Beautiful beaches

If you love sunny beaches with crystal blue waters and beautiful nature, then Dalmatia is what you are looking for! The Dalmatian coastline offers many options, from well-kept beaches with restaurants and bars, to many small beaches and picturesque coves that are unknown to the general public. Discover the secluded beaches of Dalmatia and enjoy the turquoise waters of the Adriatic Sea.


Sailing in Croatia is a very popular activity because of its beautiful coastline and many islands. Croatia is known as one of the best sailing destinations in the Mediterranean. Exploring Croatia from the crystal clear sea is an unforgettable experience for many yacht and sailing enthusiasts. 1244 islands and reefs stretch along the 5835 km long coastline, where you can discover the nooks and crannies of all of them while sailing on the sea. There are more than 50 marinas in Croatia where you can moor your boat and explore large cities, towns, nature reserves or small island bays. The best time for sailing in Croatia is from May to September, when the weather is pleasant and the temperatures are high enough.


Diving in Croatia offers a diverse range of underwater experiences, including marine life, fascinating preserved shipwrecks and stunning underwater landscapes. The clear Adriatic Sea and the country's numerous islands provide excellent diving opportunities for beginners and experienced divers as well. It offers a variety of dive sites with beautiful underwater caves, walls, dramatic reefs, and diverse marine life, making it a diver's paradise. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced diver, Croatia offers a breathtaking underwater world waiting to be explored.


Croatian gastronomy is a wonderful blend of different culinary influences, local, Mediterranean, Central European and Balkan. Croatians are known for their love of grilled meats or traditional dishes made from minced meat. Lovers of seafood, fish or fine dining will not be disappointed. For a small country like Croatia, it is unusual to see such a rich culinary heritage. Each region has its own specialities and traditional dishes, so be sure to explore the local cuisine and try new flavours during your visits.


Croatia has a long and rich history of wine production, with a wine culture dating back thousands of years. The country's diverse climate and geographical features make it a great place for vineyards, resulting in a wide variety of wine styles and grape varieties. The most famous wine regions in Croatia include Istria, Dalmatia and Slavonia. Each region has its own unique characteristics and produces distinct wines.

Architecture and monuments

Croatia is full of beautiful historical monuments that will make your stay by the sea more enjoyable. Many of them are also on the UNESCO list of monuments. Among the most valuable monuments are Diocletian's Palace in Split, the old town of Dubrovnik, the Euphrasius Basilica complex in Poreč, the historic town of Trogir, St. James Cathedral in Sibenik, Starigradsko polje on the island of Hvar. This country is known for its rich architectural heritage and has a number of monuments and sights that show its history and cultural diversity.