HRK: Croatian kuna
With a rich cultural heritage and jaw-dropping landscapes aplenty, Croatia is just waiting to be discovered. Nestled alongside the breathtaking azure waters of the Adriatic Sea, the country is incredibly diverse, with a number of gorgeous island retreats and city break opportunities available. Whether you want to get cultured and immerse yourself in Croatia’s rich historical wonders, or simply soak up some sun and splash along the Adriatic Coast, a trip to Croatia in 2021 will satisfy your every whim. With a number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites on offer and a vibrant atmosphere of festivals and nightlife, Croatia has become increasingly popular each year with holidaymakers seeking that quintessential Mediterranean hideaway. From there, it’s simply a case of deciding on the retreat you had in mind. For pristine sandy beaches as far as the eye can see, head for Rovinj or Porec, or if you’re a beach bunny that likes cranking things up a notch, seek out coastal activities in Dubrovnik and Zadar.
Treat yourself to a stay in the Pearl of the Adriatic with Dubrovnik holidays, a shimmering jewel along Croatia’s coast. …From €224 per person
With ocean depths of the purest turquoise, golden stretches of powdery sand and a mountainous backdrop adding a touch of …From €195 per person
Split-Dalmatia in Croatia, Other EuropeFrom €301 per person
Second only to Dubrovnik in glamour and trendiness, this Adriatic island jewel has won fame as Croatia’s premier celebrity magnet: …From €267 per person
Situated in the North of Croatia, the Istrian Riviera is a gorgeous mixture of splendid natural beauty, stunning medieval towns …From €236 per person
The coast of Kvarner Bay offers stunning scenery of rolling hills, looming mountains and islands dotting the horizon, as well …From €321 per person
Top resorts in Croatia
Dubrovnik is one of Croatia's most fascinating cities and rich in culture, nightlife and outdoor pursuits. Despite suffering heavily during …From €242 per person
Be transported to traditional Croatia with Cavtat holidays to a charming town that dates back to the 15th century. Arched …From €224 per person
One of the more popular holiday destinations in Croatia, Tucepi is a beautiful resort that deserves to be on every …From €266 per person
Vis in Split-Dalmatia, CroatiaFrom €301 per person
A rich cultural heritage, medieval architecture and a glorious beach thrown in for good measure, Lovran is a delightful town …From €376 per person
Crikvenica holidays transport visitors to one of the prettiest bays of the Adriatic Sea to a historic town teeming with …From €321 per person
Your guide to Croatia holidays
Perched alongside the gorgeous Adriatic Coast, Croatia is home to a plethora of Mediterranean cultural wonders. Jaw-dropping Roman architecture is a striking feature of ancient towns like Istria, and the remarkably peaceful pine forests of Brijuni National Park form the perfect idyllic country retreat. For the younger crowd that enjoy their luxuries, the alluring island of Pag will be first port of call. It has a party atmosphere with an air of exclusivity that reigns supreme, with a number of festivals and fine dining opportunities always on hand. For the best of what Croatia has to offer, many visitors flock to Dubrovnik each year. Known as the Pearl of the Adriatic – and for very good reason – this enduringly charming coastal wonder will woo you with its mix of colours, sounds, sights and beaches. Book your getaway within Dubrovnik’s ancient walled city and experience an endless number of cultural delights. Or, if you’re more island-inclined, seek out seafront accommodation and take your pick of islands just a stone’s throw away.
For those that like nothing more than a good sizzle, you’ll be in luck if you book a summer trip to Croatia. Not only does this Mediterranean gem offer an array of white sandy beaches, from May to September the glistening Adriatic Sea is warm enough to spend the day splashing around. Not only that, as the sun beats down and you top up your tan, you’ll also be surrounded by stunning scenery and jaw-dropping vistas every which way you turn. Croatia is also famous for its secluded natural coves, especially around the Dalmation Coast, so an escape from hectic city life and opportunities for romance are always an option. Although many of the beaches are rocky, the warm azure water, range of seafood available and secluded atmosphere makes Croatia the ideal seaside retreat.
Most popular Croatia hotels
- Dubrovnik Riviera
Prices last checked at 8:16 AM January 22, 2021