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Holidays to Croatia are popular with couples.
Average Flight Time:
2 hours
Time Difference:
1 hours
Average Temp:
12°C
Currency:
HRK

Croatia is one of Europe's most up and coming holiday destinations. The Adriatic coast of the country is home to over 1100 tiny islands – nearly as many as the Maldives – and the sea is crystal clear. Holidays in Croatia are all about discovering medieval towns, hip cities and bustling seaside resorts. Spotless pebble beaches, pine clad hills, golf courses, harbours and cobbled streets are also just waiting to be explored. Inland, you'll find stunning waterfalls, pretty villages and rolling hills. When it comes to places to stay in Croatia, choose from self-catering apartments, beachfront all inclusive resorts, private villas and boutique hotels. Whether you're looking for a family holiday or a city break, an action-packed holiday or a relaxing getaway, there are plenty of options in Croatia. Discover why holidays in Croatia are becoming so popular – before everyone else does!

Weather Map More info...
Jan
9°C
Feb
9°C
Mar
12°C
Apr
14°C
May
18°C
Jun
22°C
Jul
25°C
Aug
26°C
Sep
21°C
Oct
18°C
Nov
13°C
Dec
10°C
The hottest months in Croatia are June, July and August. Temperatures during this time tend to peak at the late 20s, with a cooling sea breeze in coastal resorts. In spring and autumn, temperatures are cooler, making it a good time to visit for sightseeing and activity holidays (although rain is more likely at these times). Visit Zagreb in the winter months and you can expect to see plenty of snow.
Things to see & do

Many holidays in Croatia centre around the beach or the pool but there's plenty to do besides swimming and sunbathing. Boat trips, water sports, hiking, horse riding, sightseeing, diving, shopping and cultural trips are all available, depending on where you choose to stay. Don't miss a trip to the beautiful city of Dubrovnik. Depending on where you stay, you could hop over to Montenegro or even Italy for the day.

Nightlife in Croatia varies greatly, depending on where you choose to stay. Dubrovnik and capital Zagreb offer a thriving nightlife scene, with a good choice of bars and clubs. The area around Zadar hosts a variety of outdoor events and festivals in the summer months.

Food & drink

Croatia offers a great choice of places to eat and drink, from quaint restaurants serving up seafood and local specialities, to beachside cafs and even the odd fast food joint. The choice of restaurants tends to be greater in larger holiday resorts and cities. In beach resorts, allinclusive and half board holidays are increasingly popular.