Booking A Holiday In Croatia

There is a new wave of holidaymakers that seem to be enjoying independent holidays rather than the original ‘package holidays’ of previous years, and holiday rentals in Croatia have become extremely popular with foreign visitors, mainly because its easy to find reasonably priced accommodation. Searching the internet for holiday rentals, villas or apartments in a choice of coastal towns and resorts has become common place.

The Adriatic and Dalmatia coastlines offer a wealth of adventure, water sports, and yachting cruises alongside the mainstream and very popular resorts of Dubrovnik, Istria, Pula and Dalmatia. If you look carefully, there are over 1000 off-shore islands of Croatia that are well worth visiting especially if you like ‘off the beaten track’ style holidays.

The islands of Hvar, Korcula and Ciovo are just a handful of newer locations where you will find an increasing selection of ideal holiday rentals accommodation, waterfront villas and lots of holiday apartments for a great family vacation.

Korcula is unique, in that it is the birthplace of Marco Poloand is often suggested as a mini Dubrovnik.

Ciovo Island is a particular favourite as it is situated just 10 kilometres from Split airport and merely 4 kilometres from the Unesco town of Trogir. Such a short distance from a major airport makes this location a highly desirable holiday destination.

Pretty Hvar Town is has moorings for magnificent yachts, whilst nearby you will find beautiful stone-built houses, inland waterways and charming bridges you’ll find picturesque and enjoyable to stroll across.

With over 2700 hours of sunshine each year in Hvar, it will be extremely hard to leave your sun-bed, but as there is definitely a lively nightlife in town, you may fancy partying until late after a full day in the sun. The countryside offers the walker a host of stunning views over gorgeous lavender fields, and full of scented air and sweet fragrances. If it’s a sandy beach you after, the small port town of Jelsa is pleasant place to stop, where you can enjoy a swim or just explore the nearby coves.

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