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Find Croatia is web site dedicated to travellers and visitors to Croatia. This is a comprehensive on-line travel guide to Croatia with all the details and information about Croatia visitor needs to know. This guide includes pages on Croatia art and culture, its museums, architecture and natural beauties, as well as info about hotels in Croatia, holiday accommodations in Croatia and transport / travel to Croatia. There is a section on Croatia maps, ferries, flights, trains, sport activities, wellness and spas, and more..
Croatian islands: Brac, Brijuni, Cres, Dugi Otok, Elafiti, Hvar, Korcula, Kolocep, Kornati, Krk, Lastovo, Losinj, Lopud, Mljet, Molat, Olib, Pasman, Pag, Rab, Sibenik Archipelago: Krapanj, Kaprije, Zlarin, Silba, Sipan, Susak, Vis , Zadar Archipelago, Peljesac Peninsula + Ferries to Croatian Islands
Croatian Places and Regions
Croatian Regions: Istria , Dalmatia, Kvarner, Slavonia, Central Croatia, Hrvatsko Zagorje, Lika, Gorski Kotar | Castles in Croatia | Croatian places: Zagreb, Split, Dubrovnik, Pula, Rijeka, Sibenik, Osijek, Sinj, Zadar, Motovun , Varazdin, Trogir, Porec, Omis, Rovinj, Novigrad, Pazin, Groznjan, Opatija
National Parks, Nature Parks and Natural Beauties
National Parks of Croatia: Krka, Kornati, Mljet National Park, Paklenica, Plitvice Lakes, Risnjak , Sjeverni Velebit; Nature Parks of Croatia: Biokovo, Kopacki Rit, Lonjsko Polje, Medvednica, Papuk, Telascica, Ucka, Vranjsko Jezero, Zumberak | Croatian Rivers: Zrmanja Cetina Neretva Sava Drava Gacka |
Hotels in Croatia
Brac Hotels, Dubrovnik Hotels, Hvar Hotels, Korcula Hotels, Krk Hotels, Losinj Hotels, Opatija Hotels, Osijek Hotels, Pag Hotels, Plitvicka Jezera Hotels, Porec Hotels, Pula Hotels, Rab Hotels, Rijeka Hotels, Rovinj Hotels, Sibenik Hotels, Split Hotels, Trogir Hotels, Umag Hotels, Zadar Hotels, Zagreb Hotels .. all hotels in Croatia
Hostels in Croatia
Brac Hostels, Dubrovnik Hostels, Hvar Hostels, Korcula Hostels, Plitvice Lakes Hostels, Pula Hostels, Split Hostels, Trogir Hostels, Zadar Hostels, Zagreb Hostels, Osijek Hostels.. all hostels in Croatia
Croatia Travel News, Articles and Featured PlacesThe Telegraph lists Pula among world’s most desirable destinations
The Telegraph has selected the 20 best destinations to visit in 2017 and the list includes the northern Adriatic town of Pula. After recording the best tourist season in its history last year, Pula has once against found itself in the group of the most desirable global tourist destinations, Mayor Boris …Alberto Giacometti Exhibition in Zagreb Art Pavilion closing soon
The exhibition ‘Alberto Giacometti – sculpture, drawings, lithographs – Portraits of the Present’ opened in the Zagreb Art Pavilion in September 2016 and closes on Sunday, 8 January. It has so far attracted more than 37 000 visitors from Croatia and abroad. Having in mind a great interest in the …Ski slope built in Zagreb to mark 50 years of the World Cup
Organisers of the 11th Snow Queen ski race have prepared a 165-metre-long ski slope in downtown Zagreb at which FIS Alpine Ski World Cup winners will race on Wednesday. Eighteen skiing champions, including Croatia’s siblings Janica and Ivica Kostelic, will race to mark 50 years of the World Cup. Making …Zagreb Pancake Festival – Winter 2016
Winter Pancake Festival to be held in Zagreb on 17th to 30th of December The third edition of the Pancake Festival will take place in Zagreb’s main square from 17 to 30 December and a fundraiser will be organised at the opening ceremony next Saturday. During the 14-day festival, pancakes, …
Read more » Zagreb Pancake Festival – Winter 2016Subspace hostel with space pods opens in Zagreb
From the beginning of this month Zagreb has a new futuristic Subspace hostel, offering guests the possibility to spend the night in space pods. Subspace has 20 single bed pods, with beds a little larger than standard beds. The hostel also has bathrooms, a kitchenette, a coffee bar and a …
Read more » Subspace hostel with space pods opens in ZagrebEco-museum Casa Della Batana in Rovinj added to UNESCO list
The project of the preservation of intangible heritage of Rovinj through the Eco-museum Casa Della Batana has been added to the UNESCO list of the world’s best intangible heritage conservation projects at the session of the UNESCO Inter-governmental Committee for Intangible Heritage held in December 2016, the Croatian Culture Ministry …
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Croatia - a brief guideCroatia extends from the foothills of the Julian Alps in the north-west and the Pannonian Plain in the east, over the Dinara mountain range in its central region, to the Adriatic coast in the south. Area of Croatia is 56,542 km2, with an additional 31,067 km2 of territorial waters. Population in Croatia is 4.5 million people. Capital of Croatia is Zagreb (779.145 inhabitants - the administrative, cultural, academic and communication centre of the country). The capital, Zagreb, is a typical central European metropolis, combining elegant nineteenth-century architecture with plenty of cultural diversions and a vibrant café scene. At the northern end of the Adriatic coast, the peninsula of Istria contains many of the country's most developed resorts, with old Venetian towns like Rovinj rubbing shoulders with the raffish port of Pula. Further south lies Dalmatia, a dramatic, mountain-fringed stretch of coastline studded with islands. Dalmatia's main towns are Zadar, an Italianate peninsula town, and Split, an ancient Roman settlement and modern port which provides a jumping-off point to a series of enchanting islands. It's on Brac, Hvar, Vis and Korcula that you'll find the best of the beaches, as well as some lively fishing villages. South of Split lies the medieval walled city of Dubrovnik, site of an important festival in the summer and a magical place to be, whatever the season. The Adriatic Coast, with its 1185 islands, islets and reefs is considered to be one of the most impressive coastlines in Europe. Finding a satisfactory way to explore this ravishing two thousand kilometers coastline in one holiday is impossible. Sorry, you will have to come back again ;-) Croatia is blessed with truly most glorious coastline which has miraculously escaped the over-development of some other Mediterranean holiday destinations.
If you think life has become too hectic and commercialized regain your tranquility in Croatia. Relax in superb unspoiled scenery, bathe in unpolluted waters and enjoy the healthy range of locally sourced and naturally produced food. Welcome to Croatia!