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Are you thinking of traveling to Croatia? You can visit Istria, Zagreb or even travel by car or train to Slovenia and learn more about this wonderful part of Europe. Move to any of the islands such as the Hvar island or the Korcula island. These are some of the places to visit for honeymoon in Croatia. It wouldn't be justice to give all these amazing places an order. They are all beautiful in their own way.

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1. Zagreb


Zagreb, the capital is quite far from the coast and most tourist areas but is one of the must-see trips to Croatia to know its history, enjoy nature or discover the nightlife.

2. Split


Split is a city in Croatia that mixes the historic center with modernity. One of the best plans is to walk along the promenade and have a drink in the tranquility, and if you want something more cultural you should visit some of its museums and Diocletian's Palace.

3. Istria


Discover the Euphrasian Basilica of Porec, declared a World Heritage Site. You cannot miss the old town and its coastal and relaxed atmosphere. Travel to the past in the Roman ruins of Pula.

4. Dubrovnik


Dubrovnik with its cobbled streets and orange roofs facing a turquoise sea makes it one of the favorite destinations. Enjoy a local red wine in the shade of its walls or on a terrace.

5. Hvar


Hvar island is the longest island in the Adriatic and famous for being the island of lavender, rosemary and pine, plagued by virgin forests and white sand beaches. This idyllic place is located in front of the Dalmatian coast, surrounded by the sea routes of the Adriatic Sea and guarded by the archipelago of the Pakleni Islands.

In addition, it is easy to include it in your family trip through Croatia because from Split there are ferries and direct catamarans everyday and you can go with your rental car. From Italy there are several routes that connect Ancona with Split and Pescara with Starigrad. Stroll along its Riva. The highest point of Hvar is the Napoleon Fort.

After walking through its old town and buying some souvenirs you can go for a swim in one of its beaches, specifically in Zecevo. It is necessary to rent a boat from Jelsa, a coastal town that is in front of the islet. Another one of the beaches is the one of Stari Grad to the north of the island. Many travelers decide to snorkel in this place.

Southeast of Hvar is the Stari beach and on the Marinkovac island, which can be reached by boat from Hvar, there are the Stipanska and Min beaches. In the southwest of the island find the Palmizana beach and finally in the southernmost part is the naturist Zavala beach. Another option is to stay at a campsite.

One of the best naturist camping is Vrboska, surrounded by nature. Few travel magazines has chosen it as one of the ten most beautiful islands in the world.

6. Brac


Brac is one of the hundreds of islands that flood the Baltic Sea and during a trip to Croatia is an ideal place to rest and get away from tourists from the most visited areas.

7. Rijeka


Region with history that combines islands with many hours of sun, walks along the coast, striking parks with wide flora, the area of ​​Gorski Kotar is considered as the lung of the country. It is home to fascinating eagles, bears and wolves. Lubenice provides excellent views of the Adriatic Sea.

8. Korcula


Korcula, the sixth largest island on the Adriatic can be accessed from the Peljesac peninsula or from Split, Dubrovnik or Hvar. It is an ideal destination to spend a few days of vacation in Croatia. Vela Przina has one of the few sandy beaches on the island and in general of Croatia, a country where pebble beaches abound. In summer it is crowded, but in the low season it is a joy.

Korcula is like a fairytale city where you can wander aimlessly, where you can sit down and drink wine in a wine bar decorated with taste or enjoy a dinner while watching the sunset. Also in the square of the cathedral is the Abbey Palace now converted into the Riznica Museum (for those who want to see icons and Dalmatian painting) and just opposite the Gabriellis Palace, home of the Museum of the City.

Another place to consider is what is supposed to be the house where Marco Polo was born. Little remains of that house, just the walls and a nice Gothic window next to a tower that has little inside but to enter it you have to pay. In the city there is also the Marco Polo Museum, a very popular place especially for families with children.

9. Plitvice Lakes National Park


Visit the Plitvice Lakes and admire the beautiful color of its waters. The bad thing is that you cannot bathe. If you want to take a dip, you should visit Krka National Park.

10. Vis


The Vis island is 12 miles from the Hvar island. To travel from the city of Vis to Komiza, the other city of the islet use a bus that connects both sites. From Komiza to the sea, located on the Bisevo island, go by boat to Blue Grotto or Blue Cave, a light and water show. The sun reflects in the sea creating flashes that enter the cave, acquiring silver and mauve tones. In the excursions is also visited Green Cave or Zelena Spilja.

Enjoy the nightlife of Croatia, in its many pubs, discos or annual festivals. To enter the country you will need your passport and visa.
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13 comments:

  1. I have never been to Crotia but I hear Dubrovnik is gorgeous. Thanks for sharing this list.

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  2. I've always found Croatia to be very charming. Thanks for the great tips!

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  3. I have now added Croatia to my bucket list! It sounds amazing!

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  4. Croatia seems like a really nice place to visit. There's so much to do here.

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  5. Wow, I didn’t know that there were so many great things to do in Croatia. I have learned so much here.

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  6. I’ve always wanted to visit Zagreb and check out the museum of broken relationships! So cool!

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  7. My husband was just offered a job in Croatia. It looks so beautiful!

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  8. Thanks for sharing the best places in Croatia! I am hoping to travel there in the next few years and was trying to decide which places to visit there.

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  9. I have heard a lot about Zagreb and how nice it is. But thanks for all the great information about the other places. I really do need to visit Croatia sometime soon.

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  10. Croatia is such a wonderful place. Been dreaming of going to here. Hopefully next year!

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  11. Have heard nice things about Croatia. Am adding it to my list.

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  12. Croatia is so beautiful, thank you for the guide!

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  13. Never been to Croatia. Seems like an awesome place. Thanks for sharing.

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