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You do not have to visit Croatia only in summer

Opatija, one of the most important European spa resorts in 1890, has been one of the first widely visited tourist destinations since the mid-19th century. Currently, tourists visit mainly the rugged coast of the Adriatic Sea with many islands and historic cities such as Dubrovnik Split, Zadar, Trogir, Sibenik or Rijeka. Orebic is a picturesque port town situated on the so-called Captain Riviera in the southwestern part of the 65 km long Peljesac peninsula. The most visited inland is the Plítvice Lakes National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the capital Zagreb. The country has 8 national parks and 7 World Heritage Sites.


This diverse region will take you to the clouds in just a few steps. Your dream holiday begins at Kvarner, a popular destination with a tradition of 150 years. Visit the sunny islands and visit Opatija with its green parks and long coastal promenade.

The scenery changes completely when you find yourself in the wooded and mountainous region of Gorski kotar. These “lungs of Croatia” are home to eagles, wolves and bears. They are blissfully fresh air that benefits alpinists and cyclists from all over the world. Join them!

Central Croatia

Inland Croatia is an oasis of calm, where gentle hills hide old forests, vineyards and the rivers Sava, Drava and Muru, which provide refreshment in the summer heat.

Situated north and northwest of the Croatian capital, the region hides a number of medieval cities such as Koprivnica or Varaždin, rural castles such as Trakošćan, and thermal water spas, which are an ideal destination when it needs to restore energy and vigor.


Slavonia is a region of legends whose myths and secrets are proudly transmitted from generation to generation. Slavonians convulsively maintain their traditions such as harvest festival, folk costumes and popular local music.

At the same time, they are hospitable hosts who are always willing to be friends with a glass of one of the many quality wines born from the local fertile soil and with some of the local hot specialties, such as goulash or chilli pepper.

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