Croatia is famous for its beautiful blue sea, charming beaches. The Adriatic Sea is just as ideal for sailing or swimming. The developed underwater world tempts both beginner and professional divers. Rafting can also be fun and relaxing for the whole family,, for example on the Cetina River in Dalmatia near Omiš.
Croatia is a country with numerous tourist trails. Beginnners can start around Zagreb, Ogulin, Rovinj, Pazin, Split i Omiš. There are also interesting hiking trails and mountains on islands such as Mljet, Hvar, Brač and Vis. The most popular places are in Paklenica, Velebit, Ućka, Dinara,Mosor and Biokovo mountains.
Exciting canoeing trips or more peaceful canoeing trips at sea.
Every lover of the underground will find something for themselves in
Croatia, because there is no shortage of very attractive caves.
Croatia has many historical and cultural monuments recognised outside its borders. The cultural and natural heritage of Croatia inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List are: National Park of Plitvice Lakes, Euphraisan Basilica in Poreč, Diocletian‘s Palace and Split, Old Town of Dubrovnik, Historical City of Trogir, The Catedral of St. James in Šibenik, Stari Grad Plain on the island od Hvar.