On holidays in Croatia, explore the mountainous Adriatic coast and its Dalmatian Islands. Visit Croatia's most fashionable holiday destination, medieval walled Dubrovnik, and the glamorous island of Hvar. Head north to Istria for truffles and fine wine, or travel inland for Croatia's capital, Zagreb.
Visit the Dalmatia region on Croatia's south coast, home to medieval port towns backed by rugged mountains. Explore Croatia's scattered Dalmatian Islands on a sailing holiday. North along the coast, Kvarner boasts Croatia's oldest purpose-built holiday resort, Opatija. Go further north to Istria, a hilly peninsular bordering Italy. Or opt for Inland Croatia on your holidays, a fertile plain extending east to Serbia.
Holiday on Croatia's coast and visit the ancient, UNESCO-listed cities of Dubrovnik, Split and Trogir. On the Croatian islands, visit the Venetian-era port towns of Korula, Hvar and Rab, on islands of the same name. In Croatia's capital, Zagreb, visit the medieval hillside Gornji Grad (Upper Town) with its winding cobbled streets.
Sunbathe on Dalmatia's pebble beaches on your holidays in Croatia. Join a scuba-diving trip to experience the Adriatic Sea from underwater, or explore the islands of Kornati National Park by sailing boat. Hike the mountains of Biokovo Nature Park or whitewater raft on the River Cetina on an active holiday in Croatia.
Eat seasonal and regional cuisine on your Croatian holidays. Along the Croatian coast, feast on fresh seafood, plus Venetian-inspired riot (risotto) in Dalmatia and pungent tartufi (truffles) in Istria. In Inland Croatia, savour hearty Austro-Hungarian meat dishes - gula (goulash) and Beki odrezak (Wiener schnitzel). Bring back very affordable Croatian wine from your holidays - either red Dinga or white Vrbnika lahtina.