1.Sibenik and National Park Krka
Sibenik is a historical city surrounded by many small islands. If you like nice restaurants and hotels, but you are tight on budget, Sibenik is a perfect place. National Park Krka, one of the Croatia’s most popular spots, is only 20km away.
A small town in the middle of Adriatic cost with plenty of clubs, bars and restaurants. Close to two National Parks-Krka and Kornati and 15km away form Sibenik. In July and August ideal for young couples and group of friends, before and after those periods it is perfect for families. Place to stay in Vodice is Hotel Punta.
3.National Park Kornati
NP Kornati is a nautical paradise with 89 islands, islets and reefs. If you want to enjoy typical, fresh Mediterranean seafood it is a place to be. On many islands you can find restaurants run by the local people.
As one of the most popular spots in Croatia, Split can offer a range of entertainment during the summer period. Ultra, one of the most famous music festivals takes place in Split and island Hvar every year in July. Beside that, Split is one of the oldest cities in Croatia. 1700 years ago it was built as a summer house for a Roman Emperor Diocletian.
5.Peljesac and Ston
If you are interested in wine you will fall in love with Peljesac, it is Croatian Napa Valley. Peljesac has stunning sand beaches and green nature. Near Peljesac is a small town called Ston, well known for the best shells in the area.
Dubrovnik is the most famous destination in Croatia, actually in whole Europe. Historical part of the city is simply mesmerizing. Within the walls of the city is the famed nightclub Revelin, unique by its location. Dubrovnik is way more expensive than rest of Croatia, so make sure you have enough kunas (Croatian currency).
Island Mali Losinj has a unique flora & fauna combination, which makes air “richer”and natural purifier for respiratory system . It is magnificent compound of Mediterranean culture and Austro-Hungarian architecture.
Island Vis has plenty of hidden beaches, a true pearl of Europe. The most popular one is Stiniva. A magical place on Vis is town Komiza, you have to feel the vibe at that place. It is not something that words can describe.
Rovinj is a part of Istria, which has an amazing gastro offer and it is an “area of truffles”. Rovinj is more of a ‘’couple’s destination’’ with nice resorts, bars and restaurants. Must see hotel in Rovinj is Lone. Rovinj is also well-know as a music festival destination among youth.
Korcula is the hometown of Marco Polo. A perfect place for couples and families who love nature, history and sophisticate style of enjoying the life. Do not leave Korcula before visiting Maksimilijan Garden.
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