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Picturesque heritage of the village idyll

Several villages, imbued with history and culture, are situated in the wonderful surroundings of dense forests, meadows and ploughed fields along the river Drava. In the 13th century, when the Hungarian-Croatian King ...

The green-blue oasis

The treasury of the Croatian historical heritage

The green-blue oasis touches Moslavina, Posavina, Pounje, Slavonia, Pokuplje, Turopolje, Banovina and Kordun, and together with the towns of Sisak, Kutina, Petrinja, Hrvatska Kostajnica, Novska, Popovača, Jasenovac, ...

The Green Riviera

The Present meets the Middle Ages

In Hrvatsko Zagorje, filled with vineyards, about forty kilometres northwest of Zagreb, there is the Green Riviera, consisting of several large towns important in Croatian history: Gornja Stubica, Donja Stubica, ...


Green rhapsody at the origin of heritage

In the northernmost part of Croatia, bordered by the rivers Mura and Drava, is the picturesque Međimurje, which is also called the Croatian flower garden, owing to the many animals and plants. As it is near the capital ...

My beautiful Slavonia along the Sava

The vast fairytale plains along the magnificent river

On the south of the Pannonian Basin, there are precious Slavonian treasures hidden among the thick forests of the surrounding hills and fertile plains along the River Sava. Explore the protected flora and fauna in many ...

Kaštela – Trogir – Okrug

The ancient heart of the Dalmatian region

Three towns with incredible pasts, Kaštela, Trogir and Okrug, found their home in the centre of Dalmatia. The proximity of the Adriatic Sea and the mountains Kozjak and Mosor enables these towns to thrill their visitors ...

The City of Zagreb

The bond between the Croatian north and south

Situated on the boundary between the northern and the southern part of Croatia, Zagreb connects the beauties and the culture of the continental and the Mediterranean parts of the country. As the capital of Croatia and ...

Rovinj - Bale - Kanfanar - Svetivinčenat

A sunny touch of the Mediterranean

The northwestern part of Croatia is adorned by sunny Rovinj, Bale, Kanfanar and Svetvinčenat, surrounded by thick green forests and the crystal clear Adriatic Sea. The area radiates with the Mediterranean spirit and it ...


A world of fun and music in the spirit of the past

A small group of towns – Poreč, Tar-Vabriga, Funtana and Vrsar, together with the surrounding villages are situated in the heart of the west Istrian coast, in the Lim Channel, where the river Pazinčica enters in the ...

Wine Tour of Slavonia and Baranja

The Golden Gate of Croatia

Slavonia and Baranja, situated in the easternmost part of Croatia, are covered by immense golden fields. Get to know this golden granary, which will leave you breathless and thrill you with its diverse culinary and ...


Oasis hidden at the foot of a massif

Lika, the wooded hilly land that attracts with its primeval beauty and diverse flora and fauna, is situated at the foothill of the Velebit massive, carries Croatia on its back just like Atlas. Surrounded by a few rivers ...

Biograd Riviera

The white riviera embraced by natural wonders

The white Biograd Riviera is situated in the very centre of the Adriatic, bordered by marinas. Its unique location and the immediate vicinity of as many as four national parks and two nature parks make it a perfect ...

Korčula & Pelješac

Historical walls in the Empire of Wine

Pelješac, the second largest Croatian peninsula, stretches along the southern part of Croatia. It is protected by the magnificent walls of the town of Ston, from where you can see Korčula, the island of wonderful ...

South Istria

A sunny holiday in the centre of culture and adventure

The towns of Pula, Medulin, Fažana, Vodnjan, Ližnjan, Marčana and Barban are situated at the very south of the Istrian peninsula, beside the Adriatic Sea. The blend of antique Roman, merchant Venetian and luxurious ...

The Neretva

All the faces of the Neretva: rich historical and natural heritage

In the south of Croatia, where the hills meet the valleys, rivers meet the sea, among the backwaters of the mouth of the Neretva, there are three towns – Metković, Opuzen and Ploče, and the district of Kula Norinska. ...

Dubrovnik and the Riviera

Mediterranean beauty embraced by stone walls

The crown of our history, heritage and culture glows in the southernmost part of the Adriatic, at the foot of the mountain of Srđ. Dubrovnik, the former city-state, is entirely under UNESCO’s protection, and owing to ...

Aurea Pannonia

Mysterious paths of Golden Pannonia

The Požega valley, once the ancient Vallis Aurea, is situated among the mountains Psunj, Papuk, Dilj, Krndija and Požega Hill. It got its nickname owing to the excellent wine sorts whose quality was recognised way back ...

Gorski Kotar – the experience you need

Adventure on the crossroads of three worlds

Adventure awaits those who are prepared for it at the place where the sea air from the west meets the eastern plains and northern woods. Look for it among the river valley and rocky ground of tall forests and you will ...

The Golden Island Krk

Idyllic nature of the northern Adriatic

One of the largest Croatian islands, Krk, is situated in the sunny and pleasant Kvarner Bay, which has mild Mediterranean climate. As one of the sunniest parts of Europe, the island abounds in olive groves and ...

The Opatija and Rijeka Riviera

The richness and beauty of Kvarner

The Pearl of the Adriatic, the Opatija and Rijeka Riviera emerged at the place where the slopes of Učka dive into the Kvarner Bay. Opatija, Rijeka, Lovran, Mošćenička Draga, Ičići, Kastav, Čavle and Viškovo are ...

The Green Heart of Croatia

Picturesque green landscape for an active family holiday

Situated between the cold north and the warm south, the Green Heart of Croatia hides the luxuriant nature, which invites you to an active or relaxing holiday, rich culture returning us into old days and the diverse ...

Varaždin region

Memorable views at the gates of Croatia

The north-western gates of Croatia are situated next to the river Bednja, between the mountains Ivančica and Kalnik and the river Drava. Owing to extremely favourable conditions for life, this area has been inhabited ...

Labin - Rabac - Kršan - Raša

Inspiring relaxation on white beaches

Situated on the idyllic Istrian peninsula, Labin, Rabac, Kršan and Raša represent favourite gathering places for all those who seek inspiration in a unique blend of unspoilt nature and heritage. Get to know these pearls ...

Cres-Lošinj archipelago

Revitalising break on the islands of health

The Kvarner Bay hides the islands Cres and Lošinj, health destinations, with endemic island cuisine and a rich cultural heritage. The clean sea air of the Mediterranean climate, with great choices for an active holiday ...

Islands Hvar and Vis

The islands of sun and pleasure

Located in the centre of Dalmatia, the islands of Hvar and Vis are some of the most beautiful islands in the Adriatic. The pleasant Mediterranean climate and an abundance of sun make them ideal for enjoying many ...

Crikvenica – Novi Vinodolski – Vinodol: Where holidays have an extra value

The lighthouses of the Kvarner Bay

Located in the middle of the Kvarner Bay, Crikvenica, Novi Vinodolski and Vinodol represent are pearl of the Adriatic littoral. This area will attract you with its numerous activities, which will fill your days during ...

Dalmatian Zagora – Split hinterland

Rocky cradle of Dalmatian heritage

The powerful rocky nature tucked away in the hinterland of Split consists of a rugged relief, which outlines Croatia’s long history, just like lines on the face. The Dalmatian Zagora and Split hinterland are enriched by ...

Scratch the surface of the green surroundings

Rest and adventure in the centre of Croatia

Zagreb County is situated around the capital city of Zagreb. Full of green meadows, picturesque groves, large rivers and imposing mountains, the green Zagreb region is a perfect place for relaxing and exploring all of ...


The magic of the sunny archipelago

The surroundings of Zadar are an area with an extraordinary 3,000-year-long history and extremely valuable cultural heritage. This area will always offer something new and capture you with its particular atmosphere and ...


Healing break at the crossroads of cultures

The multicultural cities of Daruvar, Bjelovar and Garešnica adorn the edges of green nature in Bjelovar-Bilogora County. With more than 20 different nationalities, mostly Czechs, the large influence of different ...

Skradin – Drniš – Knin region

Holiday in the embrace of mountains and rivers

Skradin, Drniš and Knin, shaped under the gusts of the bora wind, developed in central Dalmatia. Many people in the area say that the bora has made them stronger and enabled them to live in the area dominated by the ...

Rab – the Happy Island

Emerald pearl of the sunny Adriatic

Many isles of the Kvarner Bay surround one of the largest and sunniest Croatian islands, Rab. This emerald island is the home of various species of flora and fauna, which find the Mediterranean climate suitable. The ...

Šibenik – Vodice – Tribunj

A journey through the medieval Mediterranean tradition

Šibenik, Vodice and Tribunj, situated in the heart of Dalmatia, next to as many as 240 exotic isles and rocks, are destinations which attract many visitors throughout the year with their culture and attractions. There ...

Split Riviera

Ancient greats on the coast of the Mediterranean

The Split Riviera is situated in the very heart of central Dalmatia, and its pearls – Split, Omiš, Šolta, Podstrana and Dugi Rat will charm you at first sight. Whether you are looking for to learn about the culture, ...

Slavonija - Podravina

Slavonian idyll embraced by the hills

Virovitica-Podravina County is located on the border of the Podravina valley and the large mountains of Bilogora, Papuk and Krndija. Palaeolithic people found their home on the slopes of Bilogora and during Antiquity ...


The sea embraced by the mountain

The magnificent Biokovo stands proud in the very heart of Dalmatia. This grey massif divides and connects the Adriatic Sea and the infinite hills of Zabiokovlje, while its foothill hides numerous tourist destinations. ...

Central Istria

Inspiration in the heart of Istria

Picturesque towns on hilltops, some of which are today still surrounded by mighty walls, villages with stone houses and numerous paths through beautiful intact nature are the charms of central Istria. This hilly land is ...

North-western Istria

A combination of nature, culture and history

The picturesque Mediterranean towns of Umag, Novigrad, Buje and Buzet, as well as districts of Brtonigla, Oprtalj and Grožnjan adorn the north-western coast of the Istrian peninsula. This area, full of natural and ...

Centre of the emerald Croatian karst region

Emerald fields and rocks of central Croatia

If you haven’t yet peaked into the mysterious rocky grounds, where the rhythm of water has carved special forms and given life to the forest, it is time to visit the emerald part of continental Croatia, explore the ...

Srijem and Slavonia

The golden granary of Croatia

Bordered by the mighty rivers, the Sava, the Drava and the Danube, Srijem and Slavonia are situated in eastern Croatia. Owing to the radiating golden fields, this part of Croatia has the most developed agriculture. ...


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