When you plan your holidays in Croatia- you must-see; the coast with more than a thousand islands surrounded by the clear blue turquoise water, mostly uninhabited, but those few large and inhabited are must-see, like Hvar, Korčula, Lošinj, Brač, Vis, Cres, and Rab. On those islands are great marinas, and nautical tourism is highly rated.
Coastal towns in Croatia
Coastal towns like Dubrovnik, so historical and beautiful, Split and its old city, Zadar with its St. Donatus basilica or Sea Organs are modern cities buildup around the old core, often old Roman cities. Here is a very elegant Opatija, with its beautiful palaces dated from the Austro- Hungarian kingdom like the hidden natural holistic wellness of Mali Lošinj, and very vivid, modern, and exclusive Rovinj. Šibenik has become a new destination lately. Here is also Pula with its Amphitheater and Trogir – beauty itself.
Inland of Croatia
Inland is completely different in climate and scenery and will deliver something more to your experiences like national park Plitvice lakes, historical castles of Zagorje county and the capital city Zagreb, modern European city but very much similar to the Austrian capital and many more, like Varaždin or Kumrovec and its ethnic village or visit to Rimac super modern electric cars factory.