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Chorvátsko

 

Croatia is a very beautiful and unique European country. This horseshoe shaped country is nestled in between Hungary, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia. Its coastline extends all the way along the Adriatic Sea opposite Italy. Croatia is known for its clear-blue sea and beautiful beaches as well as its history and culture. This lovely country offers a vacation spot for everyone be it its coastline or islands. In Croatia everyone can find it's place for a vacation.
Croatia is divided up into regions which are Central Croatia, Slavonia and Baranja, Istria, Kvarner, Gorski Kotar and Lika, Northern Dalmatia, Central Dalmatia and Southern Dalmatia. Each region has its own uniqueness which makes it different from the others.
Central Croatia's architecture was highly influenced by the baroque era, best seen in the rustic castles which are spread throughout the entire region. Here, agrotourism does not only offer comfortable accommodation but exquisite traditional cuisine as well. Except the accommodation in agroturisms You can also find nice hotel accommodation and private accommodation. Central Croatia is home to the country's capital city, Zagreb. Villages in Central Croatia are surrounded by vineyards and fields as well as historical castles previously inhabited by aristocrats. Central Croatia has many hunting grounds and many of the resaturants in the area are offering meales based on wild game as  their specialties. Hunting is a popular tourist attraction in Central Croatia.
Istria is unique due to its cultural heritage which was influenced by the Romans, by a developed coastline with a remarkable tourist offer- private accommodation in apartments and rooms, hotels, campsites, vacation houses - villas..., as well as for its interior which is covered in lush green vegetation. Istria is known for its long history in tourism and because of this, high standards have been set. It offers everything from apartments and rooms in private accommodation, hotels, campsites, rural houses and luxury villas with pools, bed and breakfast inns, agrotourism which offers delicious traditional cuisine as well as several gourmet restaurants.
Kvarner, with its islands Cres, Losinj, Krk and Rab, is a region with diverse climate and vegetation. It is a combination of the islands', mountains', and mainland's architecture and culture that have developed throughout the last three centuries.
Gorski Kotar and Lika are rich in untouched natural beauty and are two of the most attractive continental destinations in Europe. They are perfect destinations for those who enjoy nature walks, winter sports, mountain climbing, hunting and fishing.


Dalmatia is a unique region which offers a total of 926 islands, and some of them as Brač, Hvar, Korčula, Dugi otok, Mljet and Pag are the biggest one in the Adriatic sea. On the dalmatian coastline there is a delta of 4 greatest Croatian rivers: Zrmanja, Krka (with it's beautiful waterfalls), Cetina and Neretva. Here are also settled two natural lakes: lake Vransko near Biograd and Lake Prokljansko in the lower flow part of the Krka river.  Northern Dalmatia has much to offer with its beautiful beaches and picturesque islands. It offers a wide range of accommodations from apartments and rooms in private houses, vacation houses with pools, luxury villas, hotels and camping grounds. Numerous islands in this area benefits the development of the natuical turism.

Central Dalmatia is the region of the historic cities of Trogir and Split. Split is known for Diocletian's palace which shows a part of the cities history. Trogir was built on the foundation of Greek colonies and is rich in architectural and cultural monuments.
The most beautiful city on the Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik, is situated in Southern Dalmatia. This historical city, with its old streets and Stradun, is surrounded and protected by large fortress walls. It offers many luxurious hotels, villas, restaurants and much more.
Croatia is a country full of culture, history, nature, warm sun and beautiful beaches. The author George Bernard Shaw summed it up as „PARADISE ON EARTH“.

 
 
 

Dugi otok

With an area of 114,44km2, Dugi Otok is the largest island of a cluster near Zadar. Rocky fields, such as Velo Jezero, Arnjevo field, Stivanje field, Sridnje field, and Glavocevo field..., are located within its mountain ranges. Dugi Otok's only...

 

Hornatá Chorvátsko

Gorski Kotar is a large mountainous and rocky region in between the coast of Kvarner and the valley of Lake Kupe which runs along the border between Slovenia and Croatia.This region is divided up into three parts; the northern...

 

Istria

Istria is the largest peninsula in the Adriatic Sea where different civilisations, cultures and traditions are intertwined. Its coastline and numerous surrounding islands are covered in pine trees and dense evergreen which offer beautiful natural shade. Istria's interior is full...

 

Južná Dalmácia

Southern Dalmatia is the smallest and the most southern part of Croatia. This region does not have a natural backdrop like the rest of Dalmatia; rather, its backdrop is the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina which also has access to...

 

Kontinentálne Chorvátsko

Central Croatia is the continental part of the country. It borders with Bosnia and Herzegovina in the south and Slovenia and Hungary in the north. It takes up a little more than a third of the country's territory and contains...

 

Kvarner

Kvarner is an area that stretches from the eastern coast of Istria, Moscenicka Draga, over to Icici, Lovran, Opatija and Rijeka then downward to Crikvenica, followed by Novi Vinodolski, as well as to the islands of Cres, Rab, Krk, and...

 

Luxusné vily Chorvátsko

To spend an unforgettable holiday in Croatia you can search our offer for luxury villas, house and apartments with pool. Depending on your preference, you can find a range of luxury villas, houses or apartments, directly on the beautiful Adriatic...

 

Makarska

Makarska, ancient Makar, is a lovely destination located just south of the beautiful Natural Park Biokovo and enchanting mountains. It is a popular holiday spot for mountain climbers, hikers and all searching for adventure. In 1981 Biokovo was proclaimed a Natural...

 

Národné parky Chorvátsko

A national park is a larger area of phenomenal natural qualities which contains one or more eco-systems completely preserved and/or moderately affected by humans. Only traditional agricultural and tourist-recreational activities are allowed.Croatia has eight national parks; National Park...

 

Ostrov Brac

The island of Brac is the largest island in the Dalmatian region and the third largest island on the Adriatic coastline. Sutvid on the Vidova Mountain (780m high) is the highest peak on Brac and the highest of all the...

 

Ostrov Ciovo

Just about 30 km away by road from Split and 2 km away from Trogir is situated the island of Ciovo. Ciovo is connected with the mainland with two bridges. With its position Ciovo closes the Bay of Kastel. On a surface...

 

Ostrov Cres

The island of Cres is the second largest island in the Adriatic Sea. It is located on the northern side of the gulf of Kvarner. Cres's beautiful inlets, clear blue sea and fabulous beaches will make your holiday an unforgettable...

 

Ostrov Hvar

The island of Hvar is one of the longest islands on the Adriatic. It is located in between the islands of Brac, Vis, Korcula, the Peljesac peninsula and the Makarska seaside. Just opposite the western side of the island lay...

 

Ostrov Korcula

Mesto Korčula sa nachádza na severovýchodnom konci ostrova Korčula. Skladá sa zo starého mesta na oválnom polostrove a novšie časti pozdĺž pobrežia starého centra. Prvý dôkaz o existencii mesta pochádza zo zápiskov...

 

Ostrov Krk

The island of Krk is the largest and most northern island in the Adriatic Sea. Being so close to the mainland, it is a great place for a holiday or weekend getaway. Krk offers something for everyone. Guests can choose...

 

Ostrov Losinj

The island of Losinj is just a part of Losinj's archipelago which includes the surrounding smaller islands. The larger towns on the island of Losinj are Artatore, Nerezine, Veli Losinj and Mali Losinj.Mali Losinj is the largest town and...

 

Ostrov Murter

The island of Murter is the largest of all the islands in the Sibenik archipelago. A narrow canal separates the island from the mainland and they are connected by way of a 37m long bridge. The lime-stone part of the...

 

Ostrov Pag

The island of Pag stretches along the Adriatic coast in Northern Dalmatia. The island's landscape is mainly rocky with some bushy patches and its fields and valleys are covered in rich vegetation, olive trees and vineyards. The island of Pag...

 

Ostrov Rab

The island Rab is a part of the Kvarner region. Along with the city of Rab, the island has seven more idyllic towns: Barbat, Banjol, Palit, Kampor, Mundanije, Supetarska Draga, and Lopar. In every one of these towns you will...

 

Ostrov Ugljan

The island of Ugljan is one of many islands in Zadar's archipelago. The Zadar canal separates Ugljan from the mainland and a bridge over the narrow passage of Zdrelac connects it to the island of Pasman. Ugljan's landscape is dominated...

 

Ostrov Vis

Vis is the most prominent island on the Adriatic Sea. There are approximately 13 towns on the island, the largest of which are the city of Vis, Komiza, Okljucna, Podhumije, Stoncica and Podstrazje. The highest point on the island overlooks lush...

 

Peljesac

Along with the Istrian peninsula, the Peljesac peninsula is one of the largest on the Adriatic coast. It stretches from the isthmus of Ston all the way to Cape Lovista in the northwest and it is 65km long. Some of...

 

Severná Dalmácia

Northern Dalmatia stretches from the island of Pag in the north all the way to the city of Primosten in the south. Its coastline has a backdrop of the mountain mass of Velebit and carries on to the flatlands of...

 

Slavónie a Baranja

Slavonia and Baranja are located on the northeastern side of Croatia and they border with Hungary, Yugoslavia, and Bosnia and Hercegovina. These regions are well-developed in agriculture and due to their many rivers, brooks and beautiful forrests, visitors can enjoy...

 

Spa Chorvátsko

The healing characteristics of thermal and mineral spring watersare known for ages. The old Romans built up pools with healing waters in them and enjoyed in them adding oils, flower leafs, healing herbs etc.Croatia has it’s own...

 

Stredná Dalmácia

Central Dalmatia stretches from the river Krke in the northwest down to Makarska. Central Dalmatia's main characteristics are its rocky landscape and its lack of running water: with the acceptation of the river Cetina which runs through a canyon to...