A well-kept secret, a haven in Southern Europe
The land of boasting quiet little villages and coastal towns, stunning nature reserves, and UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Population: 4.2 Million
One of the richest countries in Europe in terms of biodiversity
Tourism is a dominant part of the Service Sector and accounts for more than 20% of Croatia's GDP
The home of major sport competitions and events
An authentic and extraordinary diverse land with an undulating plateau of rich, red earth in Istria, dark green pine-forested hillsides in Dalmatia, silvery green olive trees and lush vineyards in thousands of Croatian islands
A country with sparkling white labyrinths of towns' historic centres in Northern part, the medieval scenography of Dubrovnik or grey and natural hues of churches.
Croatia offers an average of 12 hours of sunshine a day in May and June, and 13 hours in July and August;
Croatia has more 1,244 Islands; boasting quiet little villages and coastal towns,
Croatia has stunning nature reserves, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, all against a backdrop of deep, deep blue Meditterranean Sea and sky.
Croatia's modern infrastructure includes extensive Rail and Highway Networks,
Croatia has incredible summer festivals, spectacular beaches, and the world's most atmospheric Roman ruin,
Croatia has the Game of Thrones appeal, one of the world's quirkiest museums,
Croatia is one of the Europe's tastiest regions,
Croatia has a monument that looks like the Millennium Falcon.
Deeper than 200 meters caves, and near 2,000 meter mountain peaks,
16 spectacular water falls,
A gastronomy that is largely based on high quality indigenous food from its Prosciutto, still made from traditional methods, to outstanding wines and grappa from Istria, Slavonia and Dalmatia,
There is endless charm and mesmerizing flavors that manifest a collection of different and genuine experiences.