Blessed with astounding natural beauty; an island-dotted coastline, national parks, lush vegetation, mountains, and according to the European Commission: the purest sea in Europe, Croatia is the place to be. But, despite its rising popularity, this beautiful country has remained unspoilt.

Croatia Weather

Croatia typically experiences a Mediterranean climate along its coastal regions,
characterized by hot, dry summers and mild winters. Coastal temperatures often range
from 25 to 35 degrees Celsius in summer, making it an ideal destination for sun-seekers.
Inland areas have a more continental climate with warmer summers and colder winters. 

Explore Croatia

Roman Amphitheater in Pula
blue lagoon village Veli Losinj
Plitvice National Park
Town of Volosko)
Rovinj, Istria
Traditional restaurant in Croatia

Croatia, with its stunning coastline along the Adriatic Sea and rich cultural heritage, stands out as a fantastic holiday destination, especially for those seeking an intimate and luxurious experience in a private villa. The country boasts a diverse landscape that ranges from picturesque islands to historic cities, offering something for every traveller's taste. Staying in a private villa in Croatia provides a unique opportunity to immerse oneself in the local lifestyle, enjoying the privacy and comfort of a personalized space. Many villas feature breath taking views of the crystal-clear waters, allowing guests to savour the beauty of the Adriatic from the tranquillity of their own retreat. With a plethora of charming villages, historic sites, and delicious Mediterranean cuisine, Croatia invites travellers to create unforgettable memories in a setting that seamlessly blends natural beauty and cultural richness, all while indulging in the exclusivity and comfort of a private villa.

Positioned between the Balkans and Central Europe, there have been many influences over this incredible country - each of them just adding to the diversity and beauty of Croatia, reflected in the architecture and excellent museums.

And then of course there's the glitz and glamour that comes with a country of beauty and charm. Yacht-filled harbours, ancient streets lined with cocktails bars and fantastic restaurants serving fresh produce from land and sea. There's also a real cafe culture in Croatia to be experienced amongst the piazzas and pretty lanes of the characteristic cities, towns and villages. Off the beaten track you'll find sumptuous food at little fishing villages in secret coves for a different experience altogether.


Punta Rata Beach
Zlatni Rat Beach
Sakarun Beach
Banje Beach)
Murvica Beach
Bol Brac Beach
Bay and village of Valun on Cres island

Boasting some of the most picturesque beaches in the world, balmy days spent relaxing and swimming in its stunning crystal-clear waters are amongst the best you will spend, and with more than 1,100 islands along its shores, there's plenty to choose from. It's not all about the bucket-and-spade experience though, as 2000km of rocky, indented shores makes snorkeling and exploring the secluded coves an adventure in itself. This is one of the best ecologically-preserved countries in Europe, so expect to be stunned by the sheer beauty Croatia has to offer, in all its forms.

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Restaurants & Bars

Bonaca Restaurant & Lounge Bar, Pula
Batak Restaurant, pula
Veritas Food & Wine, Pula
Ribarska Koliba Restaurant)
Gaucho Steakhouse, Pula
Kantina, Pula
Oaza Restaurant, Pula

Croatian cuisine is a delightful blend of Mediterranean, Italian, and Slavic influences, offering a diverse array of flavours that reflect the country's rich cultural heritage. In and around the city of Pula, the culinary scene is a gastronomic adventure waiting to be explored. Seafood lovers will be in heaven, as Pula's coastal location ensures an abundance of fresh catches, from succulent Adriatic fish to delectable shellfish. The city's restaurants, such as Batelina and Konoba Istriana, are renowned for their seafood dishes, expertly prepared to showcase the region's maritime bounty. For those craving traditional Istrian flavours, dishes like truffle-infused pasta and hearty stews with locally sourced ingredients are on the menu at restaurants like Konoba Feral. Pula's culinary landscape seamlessly blends authenticity and innovation, inviting visitors to savour the essence of Croatian cuisine in a setting that celebrates both tradition and creativity.

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Pula, Rovinj and Dubrovnik

City of Pula
Roman Amphitheatre, Pula
Dubrovnik, old city)
Temple of Augustus, Pula
Dubrovnik at night
Rovinj in Istria

Pula and Rovinj, two enchanting cities on the Istrian Peninsula of Croatia, offer travellers a captivating blend of history, culture, and natural beauty. Pula, with its well-preserved Roman amphitheater, the Pula Arena, stands as a testament to its ancient past. The city is a captivating mix of Roman architecture and vibrant modern life, boasting lively markets, charming cafes, and a picturesque waterfront. Rovinj, on the other hand, captivates visitors with its medieval charm and Venetian influences evident in its narrow cobblestone streets and colourful buildings lining the Adriatic Sea. With its iconic Church of St. Euphemia crowning the skyline, Rovinj provides breath taking panoramic views of the surrounding islands. Both cities offer a medley of cultural events, festivals, and art exhibitions throughout the year, adding a dynamic and lively atmosphere to their historical allure. Pula and Rovinj are not only rich in history but also serve as gateways to the stunning Istrian landscapes, inviting travellers to explore nearby beaches, vineyards, and olive groves. Whether admiring ancient architecture or strolling along the romantic coast, Pula and Rovinj promise an unforgettable journey through the heart of Istria.

Dubrovnik, often referred to as the "Pearl of the Adriatic," stands as a testament to Croatia's rich history and architectural grandeur. Encircled by well-preserved medieval walls, the city's Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, adorned with labyrinthine alleys, impressive palaces, and stunning baroque churches. The iconic red-roofed buildings overlook the crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic Sea, creating a picturesque scene that has captivated travelers for centuries. Dubrovnik's historical significance, including its intricate city walls and fortifications, offers a journey back in time. Visitors can explore landmarks such as the Rector's Palace and the Sponza Palace, marvel at the Onofrio Fountain, and traverse the renowned city walls for panoramic views. The city's vibrant culture is also celebrated through its festivals, museums, and the bustling Stradun, the main thoroughfare lined with shops and cafes. With its unique blend of history, culture, and stunning coastal scenery, Dubrovnik is an unparalleled destination that leaves an indelible impression on all who visit.

Culture and Tours in Croatia

Pula city tour
Croatia diving experiences
Sea Kayaking
Croatia diving)
Wine Tasting
Plitvice Lakes
Sea Kayaking

Croatia, a country rich in cultural diversity and natural beauty, offers a myriad of experiences for travellers. The culture is a vibrant tapestry woven with influences from its Mediterranean, Central European, and Balkan neighbours. In cities like Dubrovnik and Split, historical sites such as ancient Roman architecture and medieval fortifications coexist with lively markets and modern cafes. The coastal towns along the Adriatic boast pristine beaches and turquoise waters, perfect for sun-soaked relaxation. Inland, the picturesque landscapes of Istria and Plitvice Lakes National Park beckon nature enthusiasts with their lush greenery and cascading waterfalls. Croatia's culinary scene showcases a delightful fusion of flavours, with fresh seafood, truffles, and olive oil taking centre stage. Festivals, such as the Dubrovnik Summer Festival and the INmusic Festival in Zagreb, highlight the country's artistic vibrancy. From exploring ancient ruins and charming villages to sailing the Adriatic and indulging in local delicacies, Croatia provides a diverse and immersive experience for those seeking culture, history, and natural wonders.

If you're in the mood for a party, you're never far from a festival in Croatia. Growing in popularity, you'll find arts festivals, music events and cultural experiences in the most wonderful of places. There's a cool vibe that's inspiring people from far and wide, which isn't difficult in a country like Croatia - there's few places in the world with scenery quite like this.

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National Parks

Plitvice National Park
Plitvice Lakes
Paklinski Islands

Eight national parks, eleven Nature Parks and the UNESCO Plitvice Lakes, which sees crystalline lakes tumbling into each other are amongst the many sites you can see when visiting. The rugged mountain ranges offer numerous opportunities for hiking, cycling and spotting wild horses, griffon vultures and even brown bears in the Velebit Mountains. Other mountain ranges include the Gorski Katar and dramatic Dinaric Alps where you'll discover underground caverns, hidden rivers, waterfalls, craggy peaks and stunning lakes.

Croatia villas

Villa Vlastelini 2

Croatia offers a diverse range of holiday villas for rent, catering to various tastes and preferences, making it an ideal destination for those seeking a personalized and luxurious vacation experience. Along the stunning Adriatic coastline, seaside villas boast panoramic views of the crystal-clear waters, providing a serene retreat for beach lovers. Inland, charming stone villas nestled within vineyards and olive groves offer a tranquil escape into the country's picturesque landscapes. From historic estates with traditional architecture to modern villas equipped with state-of-the-art amenities, Croatia caters to a broad spectrum of travellers. Whether seeking a romantic getaway, a family-friendly haven, or a group retreat, the options are extensive. Many villas feature private pools, spacious terraces, and well-manicured gardens, ensuring a perfect blend of comfort and exclusivity. With the added allure of proximity to cultural sites, charming towns, and delectable local cuisine, renting a holiday villa in Croatia promises an unforgettable and tailored vacation experience.

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