If you’re looking for specific Croatia destinations, you’ve come to the right section! Here in this section we feature guides on all of the most popular and most visited places in Croatia. These include the main interior and coastal cities and towns, resorts on the Adriatic large and small, and a number of the main islands.
Take a look through the list below at our guides to Croatia destinations!
Croatia’s very fine capital city has plenty to see and do.
This exceedingly pretty northern coastal region is home to the gems of Porec, Rovinj and Pula.
- Kvarner Riviera
Once the grand dame of Croatian tourism, Opatija is in the Kvarner Riviera, alongside many other lovely resorts and the large port town of Rijeka.
- North Dalmatia
With the wonderful towns of Zadar, Sibenik and Trogir and Paklenica and Krka National Parks, it’s no wonder this part of Croatia receives many visitors!
- Central Dalmatia
Including the fabulous towns of Trogir and Omis, plus fascinating sights in Solin and the island of Ciovo for a great choice as a holiday destination.
Croatia’s second-largest city and the largest on the coast, there’s much to see, do, eat and drink in Split!
- Makarska Riviera
One of the most popular stretches of the Croatian coast for holidaymakers, centred around the town of Makarska.
With its absolutely stunning Old Town and numerous other sights, Dubrovnik is certainly the ‘pearl of the Adriatic’.
- Plitvice Lakes
This amazing National Park with its many waterfalls and lakes and beautiful nature is magical to visit.
- Croatian Islands
Information on all the top islands to visit – including the Brijuni Islands, Cres, Losinj, Krk, Rab, Pag, the Kornati Islands, Solta, Brac, Hvar, Vis, Korcula, Lastovo, Mljet and the Elafiti Islands.
- Southern Dalmatia
Aside from Dubrovnik (listed above), this region of Croatia includes the pretty towns of Ston, Orebic and Cavtat.
- National Parks in Croatia
Croatia is home to eight stunning national parks – as well as the Plitvice Lakes (listed above), read up on some more of these amazing sites.
- Nature Parks in Croatia
There are eleven nature parks located all over the country – you can also find out more information on them on the Parks of Croatia website.
- UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Croatia
Ten sites in Croatia have been included on the World Heritage list – eight cultural and two natural. Find out what they are here!
- Northern Croatia
Including the lovely Varazdin and little Koprivnica.
- Central Croatia
Covering the middle part of the country with its nature, including towns such as Samobor and Karlovac.
- Eastern Croatia
On the rise in popularity for visitors, this region is home to interesting cities and towns such as Osijek and Vukovar.