Croatia

Seekingsun, Mediterranean beaches, spectacular islands and stunning architecture, before booking that flight to Greece or Italy why not try Croatia? It has all these factors and more!  Croatia is a destination that is gaining popularity in the recent years and we have some fantastic activity and adventure holidays perfect for all interests. The Europeans seem to know about it, but the rest of the world seems like they’re just discovering it - we highly suggest popping over to the sunny destination of Croatia. So whether you would like to view travel ideas, search our authentic experiences and small group holidays. 


 
 

Travel Packages, Gap Years & Activity Holidays in Croatia

Discover Croatia with our authentic holidays, sailing, cycling, gap years & travel packages from specialist international and local operators.

Croatia Adventure Holidays

Croatia Travel Guide

  • Population: 4,500,000
  • Capital: Zagreb (population 800,000)
  • Area: 56,500 km2
  • Language: Croatian
  • International Calling Code +385
  • Health & Safety: Croatia is a very safe country to visit, the 1990's Balkan war has long ended and this region is peaceful and becoming more and more popular with foreign tourists. During summer the weather can get hot so its best you stay hydrated and don't drink too much alcohol. You will find local people very friendly and accommodating, you might want to learn some local Croatian phrases

 

 

 

Croatia Holidays

Our holidays in Croatia are authentic and unique, you will get to do far more than just sightseeing. Whether you would like to discover the islands, go cycling, join an overland adventure and discover Croatia our trips will appeal to you. We recommend visiting Korcula, Stupe island, Vodnjan, Lampajina, Sobra, Mljet and Lokrum islands. Transportation is fairly easy and you can move around the country and everything will be arranged for you on one of our travel packages. On the islands the local catamaran ferries (Jadrolinija) will get you are as well as some buses. But on an holiday with One World 365 you will see the more of the country and the great outdoors, experience the spectacular islands and get exercise at the same time. 

 

 

Must Visit Destinations

Here are some highlights and tips for places well-worth visiting where you can experience the coastline rich, island copious country of Croatia.

 

Dubrovnik

Know as the “Jewel of the Adriatic” Dubrovnik host a 13th – 16th century old town, now a Unesco World Heritage Site. This spectacular stronghold is filled with marble streets, baroque architecture, orange brick roofs, seaside guard towers and scenic city walls. Definitely the number one spot and can’t-miss destination in Croatia.

 

Croatian Islands

  • Korcula – this island is famous for its white wines, Marco Polo links, and a miniature-Dubrovnik-esque old-town
  • Hvar – A party-happy island, home to numerous yachts, but also a great night life and beautiful clear waters and mini-islands to swim around
  • Brac – Home to the famous triangular beach Zlatni, with round pebbles and lots of great wind, making it a kite and wind-surfers dream

 

Split

If you are going to be travelling in Croatia the chances are you will visit Split which is located on the Adriatic sea. This is a popular tourist destination especially during summer where you can join sailing trips to spectacular islands. Few European cities showcase fascinating history against a relaxing backdrop as effortlessly as Split, situated on Croatia’s picturesque Dalmatia Coast. Built around former Roman Emperor Diocletian’s palace, the city seems to have carved out a character and charm all its own with its glossy, ivory-hued architecture and laid-back vibe. Shops and restaurants flood the city’s portside strip, featuring uniquely charming souvenirs and serving up some of the region’s freshest seafood. If you go: take advantage of the country’s nature-dense landscape. Take a daytrip to the mountainous region for scenic white-water rafting, or explore the neighboring islands with white sand and turquoise water often mistaken for the world’s most tropical paradises.

 

 

 

 

      

 

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