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  2. Rijeka
Matea for 2 persons.

Note: You can directly book the best price if your travel dates are available, all discounts are already included. In the following house description you will find all information about our listing. 1-room house 22 m2, south facing position. Beautiful and modern furnishings: living/sleeping room with 1 double wall-trunk bed (140 cm, length 200 cm), satellite TV (flat screen), air conditioning. Exit to the terrace. Open kitchen (oven, 4 ceramic glass hob hotplates, freezer) with dining...

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  2. Fažana
Villa Fazana

Note: You can directly book the best price if your travel dates are available, all discounts are already included. In the following house description you will find all information about our listing. 4-room apartment 93 m2, on the ground floor. Comfortable and tasteful furnishings: living/dining room 30 m2 with satellite TV (flat screen), air conditioning. Exit to the terrace, to the swimming pool. 2 rooms, each room with 1 french bed (160 cm, length 200 cm), air conditioning. 1 room w...

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  2. Crikvenica/Jadranovo
Fister (JAD100) for 4 persons.

Note: You can directly book the best price if your travel dates are available, all discounts are already included. In the following house description you will find all information about our listing. "Fister (JAD100)", 3-room apartment 42 m2 on 1st floor. Living/dining room with satellite TV (flat screen), air conditioning. Exit to the balcony. 1 room with 1 double bed (2 x 80 cm, length 200 cm). 1 room with 2 beds (70 cm, length 200 cm). Open kitchen (mini-oven, dishwasher, 2 inductio...

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  2. Makarska
Apartment Blue 4+0 #65m2 #Spacious living room#
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  2. Zadar
Zara for 5 persons.
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  2. Pula
Laura for 6 persons.
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  2. Trogir/Okrug Gornji
Villa Pinia for 2 persons.
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  2. Trogir/Okrug Gornji
Villa Pinia for 4 persons.
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  2. Bibinje
studio apartment on the beach
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  2. Trogir/Okrug Gornji
Borka for 4 persons.
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  2. Labin
Marinella (LBN120) for 4 persons.
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  2. Mošćenička Draga
Oliti for 6 persons.
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  2. Opatija/Ika
Karmen for 4 persons.
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  2. Kaštela
Goldy (SPY300) for 6 persons.
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  2. Opatija
Silvana for 2 persons.

Your guide to Croatia

All About Croatia

Stretching out over 2,000 kilometres of craggy shore, with a dramatic mountainous interior, glassy lakes, and over a thousand islands, Croatia is a haven for outdoors enthusiasts and beachcombers alike. History buffs and culture lovers are also well served here, with a wide-ranging offering of monuments, castles, monasteries, and whole cities — the historic centres of Dubrovnik and Split are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Croatian history spans Roman, Byzantine, Venetian and Austro-Hungarian civilisations, so expect a fascinating mix of architecture and museum exhibits.

More contemporary attractions include open-air festivals in the summer months and buzzing nightlife in cities and at coastal resorts — both out on the water and on dry land. From vertiginous mountain trails to plunging waterfalls and secluded pebble beaches enclosed by pine forests, visitors are enchanted by this country’s diverse natural beauty. Heading back to the coast, the sailing, scuba diving, and kayaking here is deservedly lauded as some of the best in Europe.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Croatia?

Temperatures are at their peak here in late summer, so be prepared with hats and sunscreen if you arrive in July or August. The coast is a great place to cool off, but be aware that you won’t be the only one at the beach. Timing your trip on either side of high summer combines sunshine — Croatia gets more hours of sun per year than Sydney — with optimum temperatures for sea swimming and fewer visitors, while ferry services and restaurants are still in operation into the autumn. Coastal resorts are likely to be quiet or closed over the winter months and into spring, when locals and European visitors tend to prefer the slopes. If you’re a winter sports fan, Sljeme near the capital Zagreb is the place to go.


What are the top things to do in Croatia?

Head inland

From idyllic vineyard landscapes to scenic cycling routes, there’s much more to Croatia than ancient cities, yacht cruises, and island-hopping. You won’t have to stray far from the coast to find towering mountain ranges, the peace and picturesque surroundings of Plitviče Lakes, and the hilltop castles of the Zagorje region.

Explore medieval Motovun

Perched high on a hilltop, this medieval town hosts an annual Motovun Film Festival, which fills the typically quiet streets with music and laughter. Walk the complete circuit of ancient walls for a 360-degree view of Motovun, the surrounding truffle forest, and Istria’s verdant Mirna Valley.

Admire natural beauty at Krka National Park

From the shimmering turquoise water to deep emerald forests, Krka National Park is a visual treat. Discover magical waterfalls — you can even take a dip underneath the park’s biggest — take a boat trip along the river, and browse the craft workshops in traditional mill cottages. With such natural beauty and tranquility, it’s no wonder that several monasteries were built here.

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