Croatia spans the boundary of central and southern Europe and is a country overlooking the Adriatic Sea. With over 1000 islands along the coastline and mainland cities like Dubrovnik and Split, it’s an incredibly popular holiday destination that has something for every kind of traveller.
Staying in a villa in Croatia is a great way to explore the range of attractions the country has to offer whilst also getting to enjoy the peace and quiet of your private holiday accommodation. Have a look at our available villas below.
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Croatia is a very long and thin country with hundreds of islands and islets scattered along the coastline, so there is plenty of choice when it comes to deciding which area to stay when you visit. For more information, explore the areas of Croatia where we offer villas below.
Croatia is a country that has had a long history of different rulers and inhabitants, only gaining full independence from Yugoslavia in 1991. It’s a very beautiful part of Europe with a variety of scenery that ranges from coastal to mountainous, and has only grown in popularity as a holiday destination over recent years after its use as a filming location for many popular television shows and films.
The best time to visit Croatia will depend on the kind of experience you want to have of the country. If you’re hoping for very hot weather and don’t mind about the place you stay being busy with other travellers, then June to August is the ideal time to visit. If you’re planning a lot of sightseeing and outdoor activities then you may prefer cooler temperatures which means April-May or September-October at the best time to visit, with the added bonus that the country won’t be as full of other tourists.
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There is a huge range of things to do in Croatia, from classic historic sightseeing in cities like Dubrovnik to hiking in the Plitvice Lakes National Park. It’s a great country if you enjoy outdoor activities when you travel, as well as having several cities that are well-known for their exciting nightlife that is ideal for backpackers.
The coast of Croatia is the ideal place for island-hopping, with hundreds of islands of all sizes to visit, each offering something a little different to their visitors. Whether you’re looking for a classic beach holiday in the Mediterranean, a rugged and remote island to explore on foot, or fancy switching off from the rest of the world in a place that feels full of ancient charm, there’s a location on the Dalmation Coast for you.
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Some of Croatia’s most popular places to go include the walled city of Dubrovnik, historic Split, Trogir with its impressive range of architecture and Pula on the Istrian Peninsula. When it comes to the Croatian islands, Rab and Brač are ideal for beach holidays, Vis is frequently visited by Mamma Mia fans, Hvar is great if you’re looking for the best nightlife in Croatia, and The Kornati Archipelago is a protected area that offers some of the best snorkelling spots in the country.
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The official language of Croatia is Croatian, but around 80% of the population are multilingual and a good proportion of these speak English as an additional language. The country is one of the best places in southern and eastern Europe for English speakers as a large number of locals speak very good English, particularly in the popular tourist towns and cities where British travellers frequently visit.
The currency used in Croatia is the Kuna, which is equivalent to 0.11 pounds sterling. If you’re staying on the mainland then you will be fine to use international credit and debit cards, but travellers who are island hopping and visiting the more remote areas of the Dalmation Coast will need to ensure they bring the correct currency.
Croatia has a Mediterranean climate, with hot and dry summers and relatively cool winters that see a fair bit of rain. For the majority of the year, the country will be pleasantly warm and sunny with some humidity between June and September, higher temperatures inland and on the coast and lower temperatures up in the mountains.
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