Holiday Homes in Croatia
Croatia is a country of a thousand wonders, from the wooded mountains in the North to the hills and lakes in the East. Bordered by a glistening turquoise sea, Croatia offers so many possibilities for sporting and celebrating holidays and has become a very popular destination. Don’t’ wait any longer, book an unforgettable stay at a holiday home in Croatia.
Self-Catering in Croatia
More than 9 million visitors come to Croatia every year for their annual holiday. This small but beautiful country is enjoyed by all for its picturesque coastline, its many nature parks and fascinating towns. The best time to visit is between June and September.
For nature lovers who are looking to go hiking, the Spring and the Autumn are the best seasons for renting a holiday home in Croatia. You’re young and you are looking to party with your friends? Croatia is also a fantastic destination for you! The lively reputations of both Hvar and Novalja are now well –known across the world and, who knows, a visit to these towns may mean you come across a celebrity or two….
If you are a lover of history, this country is made for you: visit the famous Dubrovnik town museum in the South Dalmatia region, famous for its historic monuments. Take the time to visit the wonderful sites in Croatia when you book a holiday home in this beautiful country.
Croatia and its countryside
In the Paklenica national park, you can go on some superb cycling trips over more than 200 kms of cycle trails. The Plitvicka Jezera national park, situated an hour by car from the town of Zagreb, is the country’s most popular park. It is well known for its many impressive lakes and waterfalls. You can visit on foot, by boat or by taking the panoramic train. With a holiday apartment in the East of Croatia, you will be able to visit the largest ornithological park in Europe, the Kopacki nature park. Or also book an apartment on the Kvarner Bay, a region rich in diverse flora.
Croatia – sandy and pebble beaches
Croatia is well known for its rocky coastline which is loved by scuba divers and snorkeling fans. You will also find some beautiful sandy beaches on its islands, away from the large seaside resorts. If you book a holiday home in Croatia, in the Dubrovnik area, take a trip to the island of Lopud. The most famous beach in Croatia is most definitely the Zlatni Rat beach on the island of Brac. You can take part in all kinds of water sports, such as water skiing, sailing and wakeboarding, ideal for sporting holidays. Do not hesitate to visit Istria, one of the most well known regions in the country. Are you tempted by this exceptional country? Take a look at our wide range of self-catering accommodation in stunning Croatia.