Croatia stretches along the Adriatic and is home to over 1,000 islands – some of which are among the most charming in Europe. The country is also home to 7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, which include dramatic, centuries-old towns that continue to win the hearts of travellers as well as filmmakers for their magnificence and well-preserved architecture. 

The Croatian countryside offers an abundance in natural beauty, with numerous old-world wine regions that date back to Ancient Greek settlers. Besides offering an impressive history with numerous sites that you can visit and admire up close, Croatia is a cultural melting pot – it’s right at the intersection between Central and Southeast Europe, bordering countries like Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, and Montenegro. 

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  • Rovinj

    Rovinj feels more Italian than Croatian, offering a unique experience you might not find in other towns along the western coast of the Istrian Peninsula. The fishing town has pebbly beaches with amazing sunset views, as well as pine groves sheltering you from scorching afternoons.   Italian influence strongly runs through Rovinj’s Old Town, with colourful houses, fashion boutiques, cafes, pizzerias,...

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