Luxury Holidays to Croatia offer the clearest of the Adriatic’s waters with 5 star hotels. Croatia is home to mile upon mile of coastal bays and stunning beaches. This picturesque country encompasses the best natural beauty that Europe has to offer. This includes lakes, pine woods, olive groves, lavender fields, UNESCO world heritage sites and a mountain range.
Best Time to Visit
Croatia benefits from fantastically warm weather during spring and summer months. Typically, temperatures in July and August can comfortably be expected to be around 30°C. Unlike other European destinations, Croatia’s coastal resorts benefit from slightly warmer weather than the rest of the country. On the contrary, Croatia’s cities have pleasant weather during even the latest days of Autumn when there are fewer tourists there – making this the perfect time to go on a city break to the country.
Croatia’s most popular coastal resorts include Dubrovnik, Split, Cavtat, Korcula and Istria. All of these resorts offer different types of holiday that we will select according to each of our client’s needs.
Croatian cuisine has been heavily influenced by Mediterranean culture and is often likened to Italian cuisine. Sublime local wines and locally sourced seafood will please even the more perceptive of palettes.
History and Culture
Home to several UNESCO World Heritage sites, there are plenty of cultural excursions to be enjoyed in Croatia. Dubrovnik and Split are both highly recognised for their historical backgrounds, also, which makes them equally enjoyable to explore. In the North of the country, ancient Roman ruins and medieval towns can be found – another excellent area to visit.
Things to Do
- Croatia is home to over 100 Blue Flag beaches, making it the ideal destination for a relaxing beach holiday.
- If you’ve got a diving qualification, Croatia’s waters are home to some of the most beautiful marine life; but if you don’t have the relevant diving certification, week long courses are available at selected luxury hotels.
- Festivals are aplenty in Croatia; including Dubrovnik’s two month Summer Festival which promotes some of the country’s finest Dance, Music and Theatre.