Croatia has many amazing things to do, from impressive mountain ranges to a beautiful coastline. There is something for everyone in Croatia, as there is such a diverse range of activities. So whether you prefer to spend time on the beach, hiking adventures, or a romantic dinner, this small country has much to choose from.
You may want to consider exploring different regions during one trip, or perhaps plan return trips to check out different places each time. While these destinations may be popular for tourists, they are unique sights. Careful planning can also help you to avoid peak tourist times.
Charter a luxury yacht
Spending time on a luxury yacht is both relaxing and adventurous, as you can enjoy many amenities while cruising the Adriatic Sea. When choosing yachts in Croatia, there are plenty of options and excursions allowing you to customize your experience, whether you want to sail around Kornati National Park or see the many different cities on the coast of Croatia. A yacht offers the perfect vacation, enjoying the sun and the sea. Plus, by chartering your own luxury yacht, you can guarantee time spent away from crowds.
Plitvice Lakes National Park
This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a large area that includes beautiful lakes, caves, and waterfalls. There are several ways to explore the sights here; for example, you can take a cruise across Kozjak Lake and go hiking. There are many viewpoints to take in the scenery here, as this national park is very expansive.
As part of your travels to the park, you can stop at the historic village of Rastoke along the way, and take a panoramic train ride. A sort of gateway to Plitvice, there are interesting outdoor adventures, waterfalls, and history available along the way.
Blue Cave (Blue Grotto)
The Blue Grotto or Blue Cave is located in Biševo in the Croatian Adriatic. This is a waterlogged sea cave that is a unique site to explore. Only small wooden boats are authorized to take you inside, so you’ll have to purchase a tour for access. While you can’t swim inside the blue caves, there are other swimming opportunities to choose from in the area.
Krka National Park
While there is no swimming at Plitvice Lakes National Park, you can enjoy the waters at Krka. This is a popular tourist destination, but stands out from other places because of the geography here. The lagoon at Skradinski Buk is a relaxing place to swim, especially after a day of exploring. Aside from swimming, the park offers plenty as far as exploration.
The city of Dubrovnik is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has much to offer. You can enjoy a variety of local foods, taking a food tour if you want to sample numerous vendors.
Dubrovnik is a city with quite a bit of history, from the old city to Forts. You can pursue specific destinations of historical significance, or simply take in the sights as you walk around the city. If you are a Game of Thrones fan, you can take a walking tour and check out filming locations such as King’s Landing.
The Golden Horn
This interesting beach is also called Zlatni Rat (in Croatian). The Golden Horn stretches over 500 yards into the beautiful Adriatic Sea. This is a relaxing spot to enjoy the sun and warm water, as well as the amazing scenery.