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Ranked among top 20 most popular tourist destinations

Croatia is located in a Central Europe and Mediterranean region, bordering with Slovenia in the west, Hungary in the north, Serbia in the east and Bosnia and Herzegovina in the south.

The country has a long maritime border with Italy in the Adriatic Sea. These borders total 2,028 km altogether. Croatia’s geostrategic location in Central and South-East Europe, on the border between the east and west, and all of Europe is reachable in three hours or less via airplane.

Croatia has an amazing 5,800 km of coastline, from which 4,050km of belongs to islands, cliffs, and reefs. There is a total of 1,185 islands in the Adriatic, combined with the reefs that number climbs to 1,244, only about 50 islands are populated.

Croatia is full of natural beauties and untouched nature. There are 8 national parks and 11 nature parks giving the total of 10% of the protected area, over thousands of years many old towns and maritime ports have been built along the coast and on the many islands.

To visit Croatia means to become part of its landscape of natural wonders. Its national parks may be the country’s best-known conservation areas It’s like an open-air museum conceived by Mother Nature. Croatia has been blessed with some astonishing pieces of nature.

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Ranked among top 20 most popular tourist destinations

Croatia is located in a Central Europe and Mediterranean region, bordering with Slovenia in the west, Hungary in the north, Serbia in the east and Bosnia and Herzegovina in the south.

The country has a long maritime border with Italy in the Adriatic Sea. These borders total 2,028 km altogether. Croatia’s geostrategic location in Central and South-East Europe, on the border between the east and west, and all of Europe is reachable in three hours or less via airplane.

Croatia has an amazing 5,800 km of coastline, from which 4,050km of belongs to islands, cliffs, and reefs. There is a total of 1,185 islands in the Adriatic, combined with the reefs that number climbs to 1,244, only about 50 islands are populated.

Croatia is full of natural beauties and untouched nature. There are 8 national parks and 11 nature parks giving the total of 10% of the protected area, over thousands of years many old towns and maritime ports have been built along the coast and on the many islands.

To visit Croatia means to become part of its landscape of natural wonders. Its national parks may be the country’s best-known conservation areas It’s like an open-air museum conceived by Mother Nature. Croatia has been blessed with some astonishing pieces of nature.

Learn more

Ranked among top 20 most popular tourist destinations

Croatia is located in a Central Europe and Mediterranean region, bordering with Slovenia in the west, Hungary in the north, Serbia in the east and Bosnia and Herzegovina in the south.

The country has a long maritime border with Italy in the Adriatic Sea. These borders total 2,028 km altogether. Croatia’s geostrategic location in Central and South-East Europe, on the border between the east and west, and all of Europe is reachable in three hours or less via airplane.

Croatia has an amazing 5,800 km of coastline, from which 4,050km of belongs to islands, cliffs, and reefs. There is a total of 1,185 islands in the Adriatic, combined with the reefs that number climbs to 1,244, only about 50 islands are populated.

Croatia is full of natural beauties and untouched nature. There are 8 national parks and 11 nature parks giving the total of 10% of the protected area, over thousands of years many old towns and maritime ports have been build along the coast and on the many islands.

To visit Croatia means to become part of its landscape of natural wonders. Its national parks may be the country’s best-known conservation areas It’s like an open-air museum conceived by Mother Nature. Croatia has been blessed with some astonishing pieces of nature.



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