Croatia is a dreamy place. With more than 1000 islands, spectacular rocky beaches, crystal clear Mediterranean sea, and sensational music festival make Croatia one of the most dreamy places to spend your summer vacation.
Croatia is filled with people, yet nature is untouched by the development. It is a place that has the most dynamic cultural scene and most unique natural architecture that you will not find anywhere in the world except Croatia.
Croatia holds all kinds of treasures for the travellers and the tourist who wants to visit this place. The best time to visit Croatia depends on individual tastes.
Here are some of the best places to help you narrow down your to-do list in Croatia.
With crystal clear sea covered with colourful forest and with majestic cliff top location, Dubrovnik is the most visited place in Croatia. The locals even call Dubrovnik “the pearl of Adriatic”.
To have the best view, I would like you to advise you to take a cable car from the mountain peak of mount srd. You will be amazed just how beautiful it looks from the top. The cable car will give you a ride along the city walls. And will tour you around Dubrovnik's UNESCO listed old town.
2. Zagorje Region
If you want to enjoy the view of seeing old castles near the ocean. The scene that we all have seen in several movies. Where do you think those were filmed. It is the Zagorje region that treasures such a location.
Stretching north of the Zagreb to the border of the Slovenian, you will be able to see several medieval castles. The castles are still standing strong. Not only will the cake pique your interest, but you will also be able to see hill vineyards and thermal springs.
Makarska is located halfway between Dubrovnik and Split. It provides the best spot to take rest in between your journey. It is one of the best spots to enjoy evening cruises around Croatia.
Makasha serves lively beaches that are surrounded by the harbours at the Mount Biokovo. Makasha might be quieter than the usual places in Croatia. However, it can be the best place to enjoy with your family with the worry of being disturbed by others. On the plus note, spending time on the akasha beaches will feel like you own the beaches.
Split is the second-largest city in Croatia. It is one of the top attractions of the Dalmatian coast. It provides some of the major ports to the tourists and the travellers who want to enjoy sea travel all around Croatia. Split serves as the starting point for the sea cruises and day trips.
The UNESCO listed Diocletian palace is the top attraction of this city that attracts thousands of tourists all around the world every day. Split is not limited to ports and the ancient buildings, but it also provides you with the opportunity to explore the natural beauty it has to offer.
Rovinj is one of the oldest cities in Croatia and the star attraction of the Istrian peninsula. Rovinj is known worldwide as the traditional fishing village of Rovinj. This place is flooded with travelers who are interested in fishing or have a hobby close to that.
You will find that Rovinj is a world apart from the outer world. This place still lives in ancient times. You will not find luxurious hotel restaurants that pique your interest. However, you will find an archipelago that you can explore to your heart content.
You can also enjoy hiking in the nearby mountains and if you're lucky, you may also find a suitable place for sunbathing.
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6. Peljesac peninsula
Peljesac Peninsula is a slim headed region that stretches from the mainland to the Korcula island. This place is one of the most visited sites. Peljesac peninsula is known for its wine tasting region, Dingac, and post up.
Once you have completed visiting the wine tasting region, you can spend time walking down the roads enjoying their local cuisine or spend some at their windsurfing hotspot. There's not much for the normal tourist out here, but if you're a wine lover and want to see the traditional way of making wine. Then this is the first place you must visit.
7. Game of Thrones filming location
If you ever wish to take a tour around Croatia, then you would never like to miss out on the filming place of Game of thrones. Yes, you are right, Croatia is the place where most of the Game of Thrones’ filming had been made. If you ever visit Croatia, make sure to visit its few filming locations.
Some of them are as follows:
- Minceta Tower
- The town of Kastel Gomilica
- Diclacian palace
Croatia is mostly known for its natural beauty that is not touched by the changes in mankind. The landscape provides you with majestic views of natural rock architectures which you can find in Croatia. I wouldn’t be wrong if I said that Croatia is a dreamy place. And to visit Croatia is just you are in a dream experiencing natural beauty.