Rabac, a small town on Istria’s east coast, is the perfect spot for a memorable, family-friendly beach holiday in the sun. Those with a penchant for scuba diving and other thrilling water sport activities, will also be at home in this beautiful and bustling coastal resort.
Wine has been part of Croatian culture since ancient times. A whopping 200 varieties of grape are produced in four principle wine regions in Croatia, 39 of which are indigenous.
The beautiful Brijuni islands and can be found off the northern coast of Croatia. They can be reached via the port of Paula and a short boat ride across the three-kilometre Fazana channel. Several of the islands are quite small with little on them, but two, Mali and particularly Veliki Brijun, are bigger and attract
Umag in Istria is the first major city you will encounter when coming from the west side of Europe into Croatia. This 45-kilometre stretch of stunning coastline is steeped in history. The surrounding hinterland is dotted with historic fortifications, traditional villages and wonderful scenery, wherever you explore.
Poreč, on the west coast of Istria, is a popular tourist destination which has managed to retain much of its traditional charm. This bustling town has a great balance of nightlife, family activities, water sports and beaches, but if you wish to sample cultural Poreč then these three sites are a must to visit. Poreč
Istria is a beautiful region on the northern edge of Croatia and its Adriatic coastline. Hiring a car is perhaps the best way to really explore and get to know this beautifully diverse Croatian peninsula.
Croatia boasts a stunning coastline, replete with great beaches and traditional harbour towns. It’s a country that tends for be quieter than many other popular tourist regions, yet still very much geared up for receiving guests looking for a great family holiday. The Istrian peninsula in particular is extremely organised to cater for children of all
Exciting Rabac can be found on the east coast of Istria in Croatia. This vibrant town is not only a great place for a holiday with its bars and cafes, clean pebble beaches and safe swimming. Nestled beneath high mountains, Rabac is an adventurous place, putting on a variety of events throughout the year.
With its amazing coastline, eight national parks, and wonderfully-preserved old harbour towns, Croatia presents a much less commercial aspect on the sun, sea and sand holidays you may expect from other countries. There are the blissful pine-scented Dalmatian islands, a Mediterranean climate, and the soaring Dinaric Alps run along the coast in this incredibly beautiful country.
Often referred to as the pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik in Croatia regularly comes out on top as one of the most enchanting places to visit. Not even earthquakes and armed conflict have damaged its beautiful churches, monasteries, fountains and palaces from many periods in history, including Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque.