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Why Travel Croatia?

Croatia is an Eastern European country with long coastlines on the Adriatic Sea, encompassing more than a thousand islands, crossed by the Dinaric Alps and dotted with castles. Its inland capital, Zagreb, is distinguished by its medieval Gornji Grad (Upper Town) and diverse museums.

 

But for anyone who’s actually visited Croatia, it’s a sun-drenched coastal paradise of exquisite medieval architecture, thousands of dreamy island getaways, and some of the best wine on the planet. Croatia is a far more fascinating and welcoming place than its torrential history would have you believe, and it has no shortage of fun activities or cultural wonders to appreciate.

 

When a country has over 1,000 islands and one of the richest archipelagos in the world, don’t miss your chance to sail along the coast. You can combine the best of Croatia – both sea and land, by spending your time sailing the Adriatic Coast, making stops along your tour to explore the mainland.

 

Apart from this, Croatia has a total of eight national parks, and you should make sure you see at least one of these while on holidays in Croatia. Of all of the best being the Plitvice Lakes National Park—a UNESCO World Heritage Site two hours by bus from Zagreb. Other must visit places also include Episcopal Complex of the Euphrasian Basilica in the Historic Centre of Porec, historic city of Trogir, historical Complex of Split with the Palace of Diocletian, old city of Dubrovnik, Stari Grad Plain, Hvar and the Cathedral of St James in Šibenik.

 

Having said that, one of the best things to do in Croatia is to visit the historic old towns like Istria and without a doubt hang out at Zlatni Rat Beach, which has a long golden pebble tip that stretches out to the Adriatic Sea. It is also sometimes referred to as the Golden Horn or Golden Cape beach and is regularly named as one of the most beautiful (and strangest) beaches in the world.

 

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