UNESCO-listed cities, 1,200 islands, and the Dubrovnik Riviera
You can take it easy on the beach or explore your pick of islands on an all inclusive holiday to Croatia.
With our all inclusive holidays to Croatia, flights, accommodation, meals and drinks are all part of the package. All the big costs are taken care of, so you can get on with making the most of your Croatian getaway. Here’s a snapshot of what to expect…
The walled city of Dubrovnik
With its terracotta rooftops and winding cobbled streets, Dubrovnik is a traditional Croatian city. Down at the harbour, chunky stone walls rise straight out of the sea and circle the entire old town. The poet Lord Byron called Dubrovnik ‘the pearl of the Adriatic’, and it’s now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Beaches on the Riviera
Away from the city, the Dubrovnik Riviera is home to plenty of coastal villages and towns. One of the most popular spots is the seaside town of Cavtat. Backed by mountains and woodland, its pebble beaches serve up windsurfing and jet-skiing. For something a little quieter, the coastal villages of Mlini and Plat are home to good beaches that tend to stay crowd-free, even in the height of summer.
Roman ruins in Pula
Pula on Croatia’s south-west coast is the place to see how the Romans lived when they called this town home back in 30 BC. You can still see the limestone Roman amphitheatre in all its glory – it would have held 2,000 spectators in its heyday. Other sites from Roman times here include the Triumphal Arch of Sergius, which now stands as the entrance to the town.
Island-hopping to Cres and Krk
Cres and Krk are two of Croatia’s stand-out islands – no mean feat, when there are more than 1,200 islands to choose from. Both feature sandy and pebbly beaches, backed by lush, green countryside. There are plenty of hiking trails around the island so you can explore the landscapes beyond the coastline, too.
Get active with walking, biking and rafting
Croatia’s national parks run the length of the coast, and are great for walking, biking and rafting. The Risnjak National Park near Rijeka is one of the most popular places for hiking. And Croatia has around 1,000 kilometres of cycle paths winding their way through vineyards and rolling green countryside.
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