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Croatia

Croatia holidays have become increasingly popular over the years with holidaymakers looking for an affordable alternative to the Mediterranean. But there’s so much more to Croatia; the region boasts some of Europe’s most beautiful beaches, spectacular cultural landmarks and a fine selection of resorts. Read on to find out about this dream destination.

From the Istrian Coast to Dubrovnik, Croatia’s many towns and tourist hotspots provide their share of family-friendly accommodation, fun activities, historic attractions and scenic natural landscapes, which provide the perfect setting for hiking and trekking.

Whether you’re a culture vulture, a thrill-seeker or just looking for a relaxing getaway, you’re every need will be met on a holiday to Croatia. We’ve a fantastic selection of holidays to the country’s main regions, including Pula and the Istrian Coast and Dubrovnik, Split and the Dalmatian Coast with brilliant deals on Croatia hotels and flights. Book for 2017/2018 today.

Stellar beaches, excellent nightlife, music festivals, historic landmarks, national parks, water sports, scuba diving are just a little taster of what you can expect from a stay in Croatia. From the charming to the trendy, holidays in this fabulous part of Europe have it all.

Don’t delay, book your dream holiday for 2017/2018 today.

USEFUL INFORMATION
Currency: Kuna
Language: Croatian
Time Difference: +1 Hours GMT
Flight Time: Approximately 2 Hours


Weather

By now, you may be wondering what the weather in Croatia has in store for you during your holiday. The country enjoys moderate winters and hot summers, like much of Central and Eastern Europe. At the height of summer, the temperature often reaches highs of 28 degrees Celsius!

  • In January and February, Croatia is fairly cold with an average temperature of 5 degrees C° during the winter months. A dip in the sea is not recommended. Instead, you may want to consider exploring Croatia’s historic sights as part of an affordable city break.
  • In March and April, the weather in Croatia tends to pick up with the temperature increasing to around 12°C.
  • In May, Croatia becomes noticeably warmer with average temperatures of 16°C common for this time of year. With summer on the approach, it’s not uncommon for some days to break into the early 20s.
  • June brings with it plenty of sunshine and enviable temperatures of 25 degrees C° on the hottest days.
  • July and August are when you can expect Croatia’s hottest weather. Sun seekers can expect temperatures to hit the mid 20s on most days. Higher figures are far from uncommon.
  • In September and October, Croatia stays fairly warm. As the months progress and we get closer to autumn, the temperature begins to decrease and the weather becomes milder.
  • November and December return to colder weather with temperatures falling below 10 degrees C°. November experiences the most rainfall so pack an umbrella if you are planning to visit. Planning to visit for Christmas? Croatia in the snow is a real treat for the eyes.

Activities

Croatia’s shores boast a plethora of activities and fun things to do to make your stay enjoyable.

Which part of the country you visit will depend on what you enjoy doing on holiday. If you’re looking for history, Croatia’s second largest city of Pula is a must. Alternatively if water sports is more your bag, you’ll find plenty to write home about on the Dubrovnik coast.

Below we’ve listed some of our favourite things to do in Croatia, as well as must-see landmarks and areas of natural beauty that are just waiting to be explored.


Beaches

Whatever you enjoy doing on holiday, nothing beats laying back and chilling out on a golden beach while looking out onto the horizon. The Istrian Coast and Dalmatian Coast both boast their share of luxurious beaches for your dream holiday.


Diving and water sports

If kayaking doesn’t get your pulse racing, jet skiing or parasailing on the azure Adriatic will! You’ll find a brilliant selection of water sports in coastal hotspots around Croatia.


Cultural sights

Croatia is steeped in history. Numerous empires have called the country home throughout history, with parts of Croatia being occupied by the Italians, Ottomans and Austria.


Kayaking and boat tours

If you enjoy island hopping, a trip to the Dalmatian coast is certainly recommended. The region is made up of a number of sublime islands, all of which can be discovered on a boat tour. Alternatively, why not have a go for yourself by hiring a kayak.


Eating out

Croatia’s delectable local cuisine is known to wow even the most discerning of diners. Travel to the country’s four corners and you’ll find a number of different dishes that are unique to that area. Greek and Italian cuisine has had a big influence on traditional Croatian cooking and pasta is a staple.


Nightlife

Zagreb, Pula and Rijeka are where to visit for Croatia’s fantastic nightlife. You’ll find a myriad of bars and clubs in each city, as well as restaurants that stay open late for a relaxing drink. When the summer rolls around, beach festivals and pool parties become the main focus.


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