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Cities and resorts of Croatia

Zagreb

In the middle of the 19th century after the settlements of Gradets and Kaptol had joined Doniy Grad was formed at the root of mountain Medvednitsa. This way Zagreb was founded in Savva river basin. The only thing reminder of that time is the Stone...

Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik (also called Raguza) was founded in the 17th century and is situated on a part of a rocky near the coast. Within the period starting in the 17th century this place became a big port in Eastern Adriatic coast. It is one of the most important ...

Split

At the north-west town exit, where it nowadays interlocks with the industrial suburbs Solin, the ruins of Salona are located. Some time ago it was an administrative, religious and economical center of the province of Dalmatia in the Empire of Ancient...

Pula

Pula is the most odd and mysterious town of Croatia. Its history powerfully affected forming culture, architecture and local traditions. There really is lot of sights here but the town itself is not that attractive and nice but relatively cold and...

Zadar

Zadar is an amazing town located in the north Dolmatia. The best place to start looking around is the old center of Zadar. Just a few meters from boat harbor Fosha there is the Town Gate built in 1543 and designed by Michele Sanmicheli. It is built ...

Omis

In the orifice of the Cetina river, a small town Omis is placed. Its population is about 10000 people. Thanks to its unique geographical location the town was a reliable defense for pirates robbing Venetian ships. Nowadays it is interesting too, both...

Rieka

Nowadays Rieka is the biggest town in Croatia, prosperous commercial port and transportation center. This town is also famous by its transportation bonds with Austria and Italy. The railroad built here in 1845 and connecting Rijeka with Budapest ...

Porec

The Illyrian tribes and the ancient Romans later chose the hills surrounding Porec as the place for their settlements and fortresses. And this was a logical choice. They found emerald and blue lagoons as well as soft Mediterranean climate here....

Rovinj

This town is the biggest achiever in the tourism industry in Croatia. Productive clean Adriatic Sea is the main factor of its popularity. Big part of old architecture survived till today. Traditional low Croatian buildings, narrow paved streets and...

Trogir

It is a small medieval town where the Cathedral of St. Lovro and ancient walls are preserved. Trogir is a real museum-town founded as a trade factory by Greek Dorians who settled in island Vis in the 3rd century B.C. Trogir was already mentioned by...

Sibenik

Sibenik is a popular sea resort with Mediterranean climate a la dry tropics located in the northern Dalmatia. It is only 15 kilometers away National park Krk,20 kilometers away from the National park Kornati, 73 kilometers away from Zadar and 55...

Opatja

Opatja is a coastal climatic resort located to the north-west of Rijeka. It is noted for beneficial location in the cave of Kvarner Bay – bottom of 1396 meters-high Ucka Mountain. Average temperature here is much higher than in the neighboring...

Ravac

It is placed on the shore of Istria peninsula (Croatia) in a pretty protected cove. Rabac is surrounded by olive gardens and pine groves. It is only 70 kilometers from here to Pula. Apartments, hotels and campings in Rabac can hold 10000 tourists...

Tucepi

Tucepi is located in the Middle Dalmatia and is considered to be one of the most attractive and financially accessible places of Croatia. It is one of the most popular Croatian resorts due to its rich tourist experience and its being not too expensive....

Podgora

Tucepi and Podgora are two amazing small tourist oases located in the middle of Dalmatia, only 780 kilometers to south from Split. Fuzzy pines cover the resorts on the slopes of Biokovo Mountain – the highest mountain in Mediterranean. The region...

Baska Voda

It is one of the most amazing places of Krk island and is called the most valuable tourist center of the island. It is noted for one of the oldest and significant European cultures. Thanks to its significant cultural heritage the resort can be ...

Biograd

This is the town which used to be the place where the Croatian kings were crowned. Nowadays it is a tourist center and the heart of the Biograd coast. More than 100 restaurants, pizzerias, grill-bars, discos and modern stores are located here....

Brela

This small town is famous far away from Croatia. It is an important resort of Makara Riviera. Brela is located 15 kilometers from Makarska and consists of its old part called GornjaBrela located on the hill and the new part called DolnjaBrela which...

Vela Luka

Vela Luka is located on one of the biggest islands – Korcula island (area of 279.03 sq.m. ) covered with thick pine forests. It is a Mediterranean balneo-mud resort of dry tropics and the legend says that it was founded by dardanian hero Anteron....

Vodice

This is a tourist center located 15 kilometers away from Sibenik. Its hotels are placed along the coast in a fabulous park. Clean shingle beaches, warm sea, wide range of night entertainment, lots of restaurants, bars, small cozy cafes, clubs and...

Vrsar

This is a small Croatian town founded in medieval and located at the western coast of Istria peninsula only 10 kilometers away from Porec. The famous Croatian Lim Fjord Bay which penetrates a few kilometers into the continent and really looks like...

Drvenik

Drvenik is a resort village located in Makarska Riviera in the South Dolmatia 20 kilometers away from Makarska. It is a part of Split-Dolmatia Zupanija and of Gradac Commune. According to the 2011 population census the population of Drvenik is only 505...

Zivogosce

In the southern part of Makarska Riviera at the bottom of Biokovo Mountain a scenic town of Zivogosce is located. It is divided into three parts – Blato, Porat and Mala Duba. Around the town there are lots of small villages along the coast. Distance...

Istria

Istria peninsula which is the most developed tourist region of Croatia is placed in the northern part of the country at the border of Western Europe. Its small towns and beautiful landscapes resemble an Italian or French province...

Makarska

Makarska is the «capital» of Makarska Riviera. This Croatian resort with population of 14000 thousand people is located in the Middle Dalmatia (Central Part of Adriatic coast) between towns of Dubrovnik and Split. Makarska, being one of the best...

Medulin

Town of Medulin is located in the southern part of Croatian peninsula Istria. It used to be a small fishing settlement (called Mutila), and now it is one of the top 20 resorts of Adriatics. A creeky shore where Medulin is located is 42 kilometers long...

Mlini

Mlini is a marvelous resort located on the slopes of mountain Spilan. Artificial beauty of tiled roofs takes turns with the natural charm of green gardens with straight rows of cypress. This cozy tourist town is located 10 kilometers to the south from...

Novi Vinodolski

This town located in the central part of the northern Croatian coast (in the Kvarner Bay) is the cultural and political center of Vinodol principality and traditional winemaking region. You can easily get to Zagreb by a three-hour bus ride....

Plitvička jezera

Plitvička jezera is a cascade of karst akes interconnected by 92 fountains located at the Croatian-Bosnian border in the central part of Croatia. Around this cascade in the northern-western part of Dinaric alps (eastern Lika) a unique place is located...

Losinj Isl.

This is one of the western islands of the Kvarner archipelago connected to the Cres Island with a leaf bridge and a flume. Lush Mediterranean vegetation and mild climate together with efforts of the locals made Losinj a wonderful place. Climatic resort...

Primoshten

Primoshten is a very nice town on the peninsula, situated sixty km to the North from Split. This town is a very attractive one with the tile-roof houses, all these old houses are combined with numerous boutiques, cafés, taverns, where you can taste...

Rogoznica

Rogoznica is a small town situated between Split and Sibenik, but nevertheless the town is very popular among the tourists. This town is divided into a newer and older parts as almost every Croatian town is divided, in the first part you will find...

Selce

A very cosy town is situated on the Vinodol canal. It is often called a shelter for Croatian fishers and builders. Despite the town is situated pretty far from all the biggest Croatian cities and is small itself, it is quite popular among the tourists....

Trpania

The port-town Trpania is situated at the foot of the Velzha and Viter mountains in the northern part of the peninsula Pelesac. It is mentioned in the twelfth century for the first time as a small fishing settlement Trepen. Such an ancient settlement...

Umag

That is the most western city in Croatia, it is situated in the most western part of Istria. Umag is connected with the biggest cities of Croatia via bus communication, as well as with Slovenia and Italy. There is a highway along the seaside in the...

Orebic

Orebic is a commune and a port town in the southern part of Croatia. It is located on the shore of Pelescacky Bay of the Adriatic Seain the western part of the Pelesac peninsula. Its population was only 4165 in 2001....

Cavtat

Cavtat is a Croatian resort city, situated on the peninsula, twenty kilometers south of Dubrovnik, buried in the beautiful Mediterranean vegetation. Around the city there are two wooded bays on where you can find private villas, a few nice hotels...

Crikvenica

This is a seaside Mediterranean resort area in dry subtropics (developed in 1895), located 35 kilometers from the city of Rijeka. Its western parts specializes in the treatment of rheumatism and diseases of the respiratory centers of...

Korchula Isl.

Korcula is a port town located in the peninsula and connected to the island of the same name by a neck of land. In Korcula there are two beaches and scenic bays Banja, Srecica and Vrbovica which are adopted for swimming. For tourists there is no...

Krk Isl.

This is the biggest island in country and is located in Kvarner bay (north of Coratia) near the Dalmatian coast. Krk is separated from the continent by the sea and connected to it by the Marshall Bridge which is one of the biggest bridges in the world...

Mljet Isl.

Mljet, located opposite to the Pelesac peninsula, is one of the most famous islands of the Adriatic shore. Here about 10 small villages with beautiful sand and shingle beaches that are perfect for fishing and diving are located. The whole territory...

Pag Isl.

Pag is the island of salines and olive groves. It is one of the most beautiful places in Adriatic shore of which possesses beautiful nature, various coves and olives, cliffy and shingle beaches, endless softwood forests reaching the grim of tidal...

Rab Isl.

This island located in the center of the Kvarner archipelago has been a famous sea resort since 1889. The northern part of the island which is completely deprived of vegetation covers the green southern part from direct currents of the cold wind from...

Hvar Isl.

Hvar Island, known as the sunniest Adriatic island (it is sunny here in 349 days of a year), is located at the Dalmatian coast in the south of Croatia. Variety of sighrs, mild Mediterranean climate and the beautiful nature make the island attractive...

Cres Isl.

Cres, just like Krk, is the biggest island of Croatia. It is difficult to define which of them is the biggest because the have almost the same area of 405 square kilometers and due to highly creeky coast which constantly changes thus making defining...

Solta Isl.

Solta Island is only 3 kilometers wide and 19 kilometers long. The shore perimeter is 60 kilometers long. Flora of the island strikes with its variety and opposite to the scenic western coast with beautiful beaches you can see small cliffy islands...

Brac Isl.

Brac is a high Croatian third biggest island located opposite to the continent part of Split at the Makarska. It used to be lone of the most popular places for building villas of roman magnates and that is why archeological excavation continues...