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Where ancient cities frame spectacular coastlines

Croatia tailor-made holidays


Hip and happening Croatia combines the best of Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean to devastating effect. Wooded hills, traditional villages, idyllic islands, walled medieval cities and Roman ruins are amongst the attractions in region's such as Dalmatia and Istria. Then there's the stunning, unspoilt coast and the archipelago of islands lying offshore.

Croatia's cultural gems

Dubrovnik, dubbed the Pearl of the Adriatic, is a city of terracotta roofs, Baroque churches and winding cobbled streets that conceal all sorts of discoveries. Split, built around a Roman palace is a lively, cosmopolitan centre full of Venetian Gothic stone buildings. Inland, the capital Zagreb is packed full of history, dating back to the Middle Ages; full of monuments and fine buildings, it's a vibrant, bustling place.

Split, Croatia

Natural wonders, from national parks to idyllic islands

Elsewhere, it's all mountains and forests, waterfalls and lakes, encapsulated in the gorgeous Plitvice Lakes National Park. Then there are the islands; over 2,000km of coastline straggle more than 1,000 islands, islets and reefs, meaning that there's somewhere for everyone. Take a Croatia cruise or island hop to see several destinations at once, from traditional Brac with its iconic beach, Zlatni Rat to glitzy Hvar and medieval Korcula. Elsewhere, wild Kornati, unspoilt Mljet and beautiful Vis all compete for your attention.

Zlatni Rat beach on the island of Brac


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At a glance

Flying time from UK
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Time zone
GMT +1

Kuna (HRK) = 100 Lipa


Travel advice
Check the FCDO for visa & travel advice

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Special offers in Croatia

Harbour and boats in sunny day at Boka Kotor bay, Montenegro, Europe

Treasures of the Adriatic on Seven Seas Voyager

10-day luxury ocean cruise from £5,105 pp incl. flights

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Book by: 30 June 2024

Visit Croatia, Greece, Montenegro and Turkey as you explore ancient walled cities, historic sites and picturesque ports, enjoying fabulous food and five-star service along the way.

Korcula old town, Croatia

Adriatic Coastal cruise with APT Travelmarvel

8-day coastal cruise from £2,195 pp incl. flights

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Book by: 24 June 2024

Island hop along Croatia's Adriatic coast on this luxury small-ship voyage, taking in everything from the walled city of Dubrovnik to the dramatic waterfalls of Krka National Park.

Aerial view of the harbour in Hvar, Croatia

Adriatic in style with Silversea

8-day luxury ocean cruise from £4,250 pp incl. flights

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Save £1,500 per person & a further 15% off selected dates
Book by: 30 June 2024

Experience the history and beauty of Croatia's Adriatic coast on this luxury cruise with SIlversea. Expect the likes of spa treatments and superb gourmet dining between shore excursions to the region’s premier ports.

Top itineraries in Croatia

Monemvasia, Greece

Greece, Croatia & Italy on Seabourn Encore

8-day luxury ocean cruise

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Join Seabourn to sail a curated collection of ports that combine such headline-grabbing wonders as Venice, Athens and Dubrovnik with a selection of off-the-beaten-track gems.

St Mark's Square, Venice

Venice to Dubrovnik with SeaDream

8-day yacht cruise from £6,595 pp incl. flights

Take to the azure waters of the Adriatic in style as you explore Venice and the Croatian islands in all-inclusive luxury aboard a luxurious SeaDream yacht.

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What our clients say about our Croatia holidays

  • Overall, we very pleased with the service we received from Wexas Travel, in particular, Miranda, who dealt with our request. We did have a thoroughly enjoyable holiday, hotels were excellent, Croatia very beautiful and the people very welcoming. We would have no hesitation in recommending this destination to others and will definitely return ourselves.

    Linda L

  • As a long term member I have always found service and expertise excellent. For this trip we combined two recommended itineraries and the various locations selected were ideal.

    Anthony H F A

  • It was a great trip, thanks for your help with the admin of making all the bookings. It was great to not have to do it all myself.

    Shelley S

Top places to stay in Croatia

Hotel Lafodia, Lopud

Hotel Lafodia, Lopud

Contemporary resort

Lafodia balances island beauty in its beach, bay views and nearby ancient sights with international-standard luxury, best seen in its superb dining options and spa.

Hotel More, Dubrovnik

Hotel More, Dubrovnik

Small & intimate hotel

This is a fabulous boutique hotel, found on Croatia's sparkling Dalmatian coast, just over three kilometres from UNESCO World Heritage-listed Dubrovnik. The restaurant provides panoramic views from its terrace, while there is a spa, Roman bath, outdoor pool and beach, amongst other facilities.

 Excelsior Hotel, Dubrovnik

Hotel Excelsior Dubrovnik

Guide price from £1,020 pp incl. flights

The luxury Excelsior Hotel in Dubrovnik, known as one of the finest Mediterranean hotels, is situated near the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Dubrovnik’s Old Town, overlooking the sparkling Adriatic Sea.

Pucic Palace, Dubrovnik

Pucic Palace, Dubrovnik

Historic hotel

Located within the old city walls of the picture-postcard Croatian town of Dubrovnik, the Pucic Palace is a luxury boutique property oozing character, charm and style.

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Where to go in Croatia

Zagreb, Croatia


Zagreb, Croatia's capital city, is situated inland away from the more well-known regions of Dalmatia and Istria. Although not generally on the beaten track, this area still has plenty to offer visitors.

Korcula, Croatia


Korcula, the largest in the chain of Dalmatian islands, is an island of quiet coves and sandy beaches. With scenic drives along the southeast coastline Korcula is also one of the less touristy islands in the region.

Hvar, Croatia

Hvar Island

Hvar, the sunniest place in Croatia, is easily the country's most luxurious island. Considered to be among the most beautiful islands in the world, Hvar should be on the itinerary of anyone interested in rubbing shoulders with the glitterati or discovering a fresh up-and-coming island paradise.

Brac Island, Croatia

Brac Island

Brac Island's greatest attraction is Zlatni Rat beach at Bol, which juts out into the clear seas of the Adriatic; this sloping pebble expanse is one of Dalmatia's premiere bathing spots.

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When to go to Croatia

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The Adriatic coast experiences a Mediterranean climate, which means warm, dry summers and cool, moist winters - thus the Northern Hemisphere summer is the best time to visit for tourists in search of a beach holiday. The interior of Croatia is classified as a Continental climate, which means a greater range between summer highs and winter lows than is seen on the coast. The Dinaric Alps experience the most precipitation, and in the winter this can appear as snow.

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Croatia articles

  • Aerial view of Meneghetti Wine Hotel & Winery, Istria, Croatia

    Trip report: Meneghetti Wine Hotel, Istria

    Wexas’ Norire Arakelyan reports on his recent visit to one of Croatia's unique hidden gems – Meneghetti Wine Hotel. Discover why it is the perfect getaway for those looking for relaxation, luxury and a taste of lstrian food and wine.

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    Adventures beyond the beach

    If you prefer to combine culture or wildlife with your relaxing beach break, take a look at our favourite places on the planet for combining a beach holiday with adventures and expeditions.

  • Dubrovnik, Croatia

    Croatia: A Traveller's Guide

    With Croatia now in European Union, we've put together an introduction to this spectacular country for people considering a holiday to this spectacular destination.

  • How to see Lonely Planet's Beautiful World

    As Lonely Planet turns 40 this year, the world's number one travel publisher has handpicked the most magnificent sights across the globe for a pictorial collection, Lonely Planet's Beautiful World. The resulting book celebrates the most spectacular places on the planet, from Botswana's Okavango Riv…

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