Why holidays in Croatia? Croatia is one of the most beautiful countries in Europe, with more than 1.000 islands, and inland with mountains and lakes, it shines as a hidden gem on the Europe tourist trail. Stretching out along the coast, lapped by the warm, clear waters of the Adriatic Sea, Croatia offers a beach resort or a charming Mediterranean town to suit all tastes.
Holidays in Croatia are great as a combination of sunbathing and swimming in the crystal turquoise sea with visits to historical and cultural sites. You have a chance to explore the cobbled streets of coastal medieval towns such as Dubrovnik, Trogir or Korcula, enjoy the atmosphere of vibrant old squares, visit the churches, museums and shops, and afterwards simply relax on the many picturesque beaches, or you can sail to the islands hideaways that are sprinkled along the shore.
Promoted as 'The Mediterranean as it used to be', Croatia continues to fascinate even the most curious of travelers with its unraveled and unspoiled beauties, and if you decide to spend your holidays in Croatia, you will be captivated by its impressive and different sights to see and places to explore. For those more active, Croatia provides a wealth of opportunities to take pleasure in sports such as windsurfing, snorkeling and motorized sailing. Tennis enthusiasts will enjoy the many clay courts situated around resorts and hotels. There are many routes for cyclists and ramblers to seek out, and it is also an exciting way to discover the stunning scenery. However, the less active will find their peace savoring the laid back cafe culture and a friendly, relaxing atmosphere and hospitality on offer, since Croatia prides itself on having a wide variety of gastronomic specialties, well worth enjoying washed down with some locally produced wine.
Pick your spot, try some water sports, breathe in the scent of pine trees and you will have an unforgettable holiday in Croatia.
Welcome to Croatia!
With over a 160 year tradition in tourism, Croatia boasts of a great variety of hotel accommodation, from small, family run hotels to modern wellness and conference centers. Starting from year 2000, Croatian hoteliers invested billions of Euros in renovation of the hotels, improving thus the picture of the hotel industry in Croatia. In 2001 there were only seven 5* hotels, which was not enough to beat the Mediterranean competition. Most of the Croatian hotels needed expensive renovations in order to survive on the market, but as the numbers of tourists were growing, the hotels started investing and improving the standards. According to the last official report on categorization of hotels in Croatia, Croatia has 16 five star hotels, 123 four star hotels and 311 hotels with 3 star category rating.
Most of the hotels on the Dalmatian coast can be compared to the majority of highest quality hotels in Italy or Spain, and in combination with good value for money those hotels are becoming more popular with tourists from all over Europe. A fine selection of hotels in Croatia located in stunning historical sites such as the Old Town of Dubrovnik and Diocletian's Palace in Split, Croatia's second city and a fascinating destination in its own right or the numerous beach resorts along the Dalmatian coast will satisfy the needs of even the most demanding tourists.
Dalmatia is known for its laid-back Mediterranean approach to life, reflected in its excellent food, wine and relaxed atmosphere, and many hotels offer a combination of business and pleasure by selling incentive and meetings packages full of exciting on-site programs, for corporations, groups and individuals.
If you visit Croatia strictly for business, city hotels in Split, Zadar or Zagreb offer a sophisticated choice for visitors, blending the Croatian tradition with modern design with comfort and great range of facilities. Whether you'd prefer a 5* luxury, a stylish boutique hotel or a family all inclusive resort, hotels in Croatia are the best choice for your next family holidays in Croatia, active vacation, business trip or short city break.