The best hotels in Croatia
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Croatia destination guide
Croatia is a country filled with rich culture and history, an ideal location to explore for those looking for an almost undiscovered luxury getaway on the Mediterranean. With various museums and galleries throughout the country, Croatia offers you the chance to delve into its history, an experience as fascinating as it is informative on your luxury holiday break Dubrovnik.
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However, Croatia is not just a land for history buffs as its magnificent weather boasts gentle winters and hot summers, making it one of Europe’s top seaside destinations. Its combination of sun and sea provides numerous picturesque scenes for the whole family to enjoy. Ranging from castles, historic ruins, national parks, and some of the most alluring waters on the Mediterranean, the country has an assortment of opportunities for all travellers on their leading nature getaway in Croatia.
Croatia provides a holiday experience like no other, offering fantastic culture and cuisine that you cannot help but partake in. Exceptional fresh seafood on the coast and a variety of traditional Croatian meals to try out really get you to embrace the culture and create memories you will always treasure.
- EATING AND DRINKING
Whilst in Croatia cap any day off with a trip to one of the country’s many magnificent restaurants or bars. Here are four recommendations to try on your best gastronomy escape in Croatia.
- Villa Ruza Restaurant & Lounge Bar (Dubrovnik) -
Delicatessen, Mediterranean, seafood, and traditional Croatian cuisine makes for a perfect romantic evening in an outdoor setting.
- D’vino Wine Bar (Dubrovnik) -
With a selection of over 60 wines from around the world, it is a relaxing retreat in the centre of Dubrovnik.
- Cafe Buza (Dubrovnik) -
A bar/club situated on a cliff allowing guests to enjoy the natural beauty of the surrounding area.
- Nishta (Dubrovnik) -
100% vegetarian dishes with a warm peaceful atmosphere.
- CULTURAL ATTRACTIONS
The history of Croatia is plentiful and the country quite literally offers you a historical or cultural attraction wherever you choose to stay. Here are four attractions that are a must-see on your visit:
- Ancient City Walls (Dubrovnik) -
Resurrected in the 10th century the sheer magnitude of them is one that can only truly be enjoyed as you walk along them and take in the views.
- Old Town (Dubrovnik) -
Pays tribute to many medieval, renaissance and baroque monuments that you can admire throughout the year but if you are to visit in the summer, the world-renowned Dubrovnik Summer Festival is a must which provides theatre, music, and performances for all to enjoy.
- Diocletian’s Palace (Split) -
Located on the Eastern shores of the Adriatic Sea in the city of Split, the Palace still stands after being constructed in the 14th century.
- St. Mark’s Church (Zagreb) -
One of Zagreb’s most resounding buildings with a uniquely tiled roof constructed in 1880.
- THINGS TO DO
Croatia offers an array of activities that simply must be tried. Here are five recommended things to do:
- Croatian National Theatre (Zagreb) -
A selection of dramas, operas, and ballets that will both entertain, and give you a range of performances that truly indulge you in the culture.
- Medvednica Mountain (Zagreb) -
The climate has an average annual temperature of around 7°C, and the snow covered mountains make it ideal for skiing.
- Dubrovnik Cable Car (Dubrovnik) -
This transportation method takes you to a restaurant overlooking the city where you are able to relax and take in the sparkling sea and various islands which surround Old Town.
- Hvar Island (Split) -
Home to a number of bars and clubs boasting a lively and energetic nightlife, and a host of water sport activities.
- Kojan Koral (Dubrovnik) -
Horse riding centre located in a beautiful Mediterranean setting in Dubrovnik.
Hotel Punta Vodice is 45 minutes away from Zadar Airport
Style: Traditional getaway
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