About Croatia

Click2Croatia is bringing you the best destinations, experiences and attractions for your perfect vacation. Croatia is most popular in the summer but no matter what time of the year you’ll be visiting, you’ll find something interesting and fun to see and do. And we’ll be your guide!

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If you’re wondering why you should visit Croatia, the reasons are clear:

Croatia is divided into two regions – Continental and Mediterranean. As everywhere, the climate is determined by geography, precisely by a compound of hills, forests and rugged coastline. The Mediterranean climate all along the Adriatic coast brings warm dry summers and mild winters, with 2 600 sunny hours per year!

Delicacies that you’ll adore

Local delicacies and drinks play a big part in the Croatian culture because the country is blessed with natural and healthy ingredients from both the land and the sea. Croatian gastronomy is known for the use of rosemary, lavender, quality wines, extra-virgin olive oil, fresh fish and much more. To put it simply, Croatian cuisine is something you just can’t describe easily with words. You just have to taste it and enjoy it yourself.

Fresh cheese from Pag (called Paški sir), delicacies as štrukli (thin sheets of cheese cooked in water), kobasice (pork sausages), rožata (egg cake), quality wines such as Muškat, Plavac, Malvazija and Pošip, and various brands of brandies (called rakije) such as šljivovica (plum brandy)… This is only a small part of what Croatia has to offer to gourmet travelers from all over the world.

The inland or the coastline – the question is now

The Croatian inland offers unique adventure all along its rocky peaks, natural caves, river canyons, breathtaking waterfalls and shimmering lakes. For the active travelers, this is an opportunity to have fun on the numerous hiking and biking trails. Croatian coastline is the perfect place for those who want to have fun and get a perfect tan.

Few reasons more…

Historical heritage, natural beauties, mild climate, interesting architecture, excellent cuisine, rich offer of outdoor activities, high-quality accommodation in hotels and apartments, and, above all, hospitable people – these are only some of the many reasons why Croatia is so attractive to the modern-day tourist. The Island of Rab, Brač or Pag, Osijek, Zagreb or Karlovac, Makarska Riviera Beaches, Dubrovnik or Split, the National Park Plitvice lakes, the National Park Risnjak or the Istrian inland – the decision is yours.

See it and feel it by yourself – visit Croatia.

Few ideas on what to do & see in Croatia

  • See all the beauty of the Croatian coast and soak up the sun on the sunny beaches of Croatia – Zlatni Rat on Brač Island, beaches in Brela, on Krk or in Rovinj
  • Explore the Croatian undersea, go for the scuba diving or snorkeling, and have one thing in mind that Croatia is a “sea monster-free” location, so the pleasures of its underwater are yours
  • Find konobafamous family restaurants all over the country and try sarma, elderflower or honey liquor aka rakija, taste šurlice in game goulash or fiš paprika
  • Experience active holiday – go for a hike across Croatia, go on a cycling tour, kite-surfing, rafting on Mrežnica, try out the Zipline in Omiš, speleological tour in Blue Cave on Biševo or in Dragons Cave on the island of Brač
  • Visit national parks & UNESCO sites – Krka, Plitvice Lakes, Učka, Risnjak, Mljet, Vransko Jezero, the Palace of Diocletian in Split, the Euphrasian Basilica in Poreč – there is a great number of places to be, the choice is yours

  • Visit famous Croatian festivals, festivities and feasts, such as Outlook festival in Pula, Sonus Festival on Pag, Graffiti na Gradele festival in Bol on Brač, Špancirfest in Varaždin, Rabska fjera on the island of Rab
  • Visit the smallest town in the world – Hum in Istria
  • Peak into the famous museums of Croatia such as Museum of Broken Relationships, Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb or Maritime and History Museum of the Croatian Littoral in Rijeka
  • Visit Museum of Vučedol Culture and take a look at the Vučedol dove, the famous vessel from Eneolithic culture or step inside the Kraneamus – the Krapina Neanderthals Museum
  • Take a small memory of Croatia with you, and find new home for memorabilia such as Licitar Heart, traditional jewelry from Dubrovnik, lace from Pag, Croatian traditional tie or homemade Rab cake
  • Experience something new and unique – milk a donkey on family farm on the Pelješac peninsula or try skydive simulator Vugrek, vertical wind tunnel run by family Vugrek in Krapina