Croatia has an amazing variety of landscapes that will leave everyone speechless. Croatian countryside offers the opportunity for an unforgettable holiday. National parks, natural parks, the beautiful blue sea, long sandy and rocky beaches, mountains, enchanting plains, caves and other natural treasures offer a small paradise for those who want more of their holidays. If you want to enjoy the beautiful Adriatic Sea, admire the magic of the Plitvice Lakes, feel the warm sand under your fingers, hear the wind in the pines, experience the enchanting world of caves and other natural beauty, small Croatia is definitely the right choice for you have a beautiful holiday.
Croatia is a country with a specific geographic location, is exceptionally well-preserved and recognizable, and has earned in every respect the name of the Mediterranean as it used to be. Charm, beauty, natural resources, cultural and historical identity and the attractiveness of the entire region have always been the main advantage of Croatia.
Croatia is the best ecological nature reserve in Europe with the cleanest sea and the largest number of national parks and nature parks in terms of the size of the area. These are Kornati, Paklenica, Plitvice Lakes, Brijuni, Mljet, Risnjak and North Velebit. In addition to the national parks mentioned above, there are a dozen nature conservation parks scattered all over the Croatian territory.
Plitvice lakes are certainly the most famous national park of the total of eight national parks, and are included on the UNESCO list of World Heritage sites.
The Croatian capital is Zagreb and the Adriatic coast, which extends from Istria over Kvarner to Dalmatia and Dubrovnik, is a true flagship of Croatian tourism.
Natural beauties of Croatia are only a part of the attractions you are exploring
And the story goes on through the rich history with many monuments from antiquity, the people and their customs that have been preserved to this day, and a rich gastronomy and many other special features and contents that Croatia offers to all its visitors.