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On June 25th, 1991, Croatia (Hrvatska) declared its independence
from the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
Croatia Travel and Tourist Information with
links to official travel and tourism websites and state resources for
visitors to Croatia.
Around Croatia, Croatia Accommodation, Croatian
Culture, Croatia Dining, Croatia Holiday
Rentals, Croatia Rebuilding, Croatia Tourism, Croatia Tours, Croatia Travel Tips, Map
of Croatia, Sailing in Croatia, Zagreb.
Driving From Dubrovnik, Driving From Rijeka, Driving
Countries neighbouring Croatia are: Slovenia,
Hungary, Serbia and Bosnia.
Weather in Europe:
Local weather forecasts for destinations around Europe.
Civil war broke out in the republic as ethnic Serbs, backed by the federal Yugoslav
People's Army (JNA), battled with the Croats for territory.
As Croatia rebuilds her country, the tourists are returning to the
Adriatic Coast again. And what a beautiful coast it is too.
The coast does get very crowded in high season and the road is windy.
To enjoy the coastline at it's best, try and plan a drive down the rocky, Croatian coast
before the peak season of July and August.
If you're travelling around Croatia on a budget there are plenty
of private apartments and rooms along the coast that are inexpensive, clean, good quality
and a great way to meet the locals.
Now firmly back on the tourist map, Croatia offers visitors the choice of some of
Europes finest coastal and mountain scenery as well as historic and vibrant cities
such as Dubrovnik and Zagreb.
Some of the places are even above restaurants; for good value seafood
and other traditional Croatian dishes.
The Croatian Adriatic coast is one of the world's most friendliest naturist destinations -
with the first naturist beach opened on the island of Rab, in 1934. Guide to naturist
beaches and resorts in Croatia with trip reports from visitors.
Find out more about the top tourist destinations in Croatia, from the Croatia National
A complete guide to planning a holiday in Croatia including sightseeing, transportation
and accommodation - by Lonely Planet author, Jeanne Oliver.
Beaches of Croatia
Croatia's main tourist attraction has always been its beaches.
The Adriatic coast and
islands are lined with amazing beaches, abounding in natural harbours, with its countless
bays, ports and marinas.
Mapping out Croatia since 1994.
Enjoy the Croatian coast from Zadar to Dubrovnik.
Dubrovnik Tourist Board:
Dubrovnik, a world heritage site, is definitely worth a visit. Walk around the walls of
the old city and think of all the history that's passed through her narrow streets.
Dubrovnik and Islands:
The city of Dubrovnik is situated in the very south of the Republic of Croatia, surrounded
by a group of islands known as the Elaphite archipelago (Sipan, Lopud, Kolocep, Tajan,
Olipa, Jakljan and Daksa).
Suggestions of what to see around Dubrovnik. If you're in the area around July 10th,
you'll be treated to numerous street performances as part of the Dubrovnik Summer
Presenting the finest selection of luxury and VIP services that Croatia has to offer.
Enjoy some of the finest accommodation in Croatia matched by the highest level of service.
Exclusive restaurants with best comfort and cuisine, best yacht and air charter services,
as well as exclusive and luxury real estate offers.
Novalja - Island of Pag
Located on the island of Pag, Novalja is famous for its wonderful beaches.
Ferries run from Prizna to the island of Pag, or you can travel by
land via the Pag bridge.
Buses link Novalja with Rijeka, Zagreb and Split.
A typical day on The Island of Rab
starts with a healty breakfast before going to the beach and enjoying
the sun and sea; followed by a light lunch and a nice nap in the shade
of pine trees. Of course, some people prefer to bike, hike, and even
kayak around the island.
Many of Split's historical and cultural buildings can be found within the walls of Diocletian's Palace.
Zadar has a nicer sunset than California - so said Alfred Hitchcock in 1964.
Zadar Airport is located 8km from the city of Zadar.
Experience the past and the present of Zagreb by passing through the streets of the Lower
and Upper Town; by visiting the famous arcades and sculptures of Mirogoj Park Cemetery; by
entering inside the Zagreb Cathedral; or by taking in the everyday lively atmosphere of
The unofficial up-market guide to the capital of Croatia.
Official website of the Zagreb Tourist Board.
A leading provider of professional tourist guides in Zagreb since 1973.
An organised walking tour of Zagreb can take up to two hours.
Cheap Hotels and
Hostels in Croatia.
Vacation rentals, lodging and holiday accommodation in Croatia. Apartments, houses and
villas to rent plus bed & breakfast and yacht charters in Dalmatia, Istria and
Cities in Croatia
Baska Voda, Biograd na Moru, Bol,
Makarska, Mali Losinj,
Osijek, Pag, Plitvicka Jezera,
Listing of some restaurants in Croatia, with photographs, opening hours and contact
An historical and cultural overview by Darko Zubrinic.
It's handy to get a few Croatian phrases under your belt before you travel to Croatia.
Atlas Travel Agency:
Full range of individual and group travel services, excursions and sightseeing tours.
Offers a variety of cultural itineraries for visitors to Croatia.
Konstanz (Germany) based Radurlaub ZeitReisen GmbH organise multi-adventure
sail and bike cruises in Croatia and Greece. The multi-adventure cruise in South Dalmatia
looks particularly interesting.
Discover the Adriatic with affordable sailing trips from a growing
number of departure points along the Croatian Coast.
The Dalmatian coast, with its many unspoilt islands
and crystal clear waters, ranks high amongst the best cruising areas in
Renting bareboat sailing boats and charter yachts in Split since 1997.
Choose from some 1,500 boats with moorings at almost every marina in Croatia and explore
the Adriatic coastline at leisure.
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