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Sunny coastlines, turquoise waters, and secret forests

Croatia Full Of Life

Sunny coastlines, turquoise waters, and secret forests—a glimpse of Croatia’s natural charm. Divine fish, undiscovered wines, and rich olive oils—a small taste of Croatia’s culinary specialties. Beauty, strength, and intelligence—a snapshot of the Croatian community. But what is written here that is news to you?

What you might not know is that besides the savoie vivre, Croatia has an elite, thriving wellness travel industry. Like in all other aspects of Croatia, it strives for excellency—and delivers.

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Full of Wellbeing

Croatia’s natural splendours, such as its mild, pleasant climate, the strength of the sea waves, and the fresh air with its marvellous combination of salt water and aromatic plants, as well as the proximity to European destinations, have paved Croatia’s path to health tourism as early as the 19th century. In 1907, the Croatian town Opatija was ranked second best among the top 243 health resorts in the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. Ever since then, the Croatian track has led in the same direction, complemented by new expert knowledge and technology, excellent tourist and transport infrastructure, and competitive prices.

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Full of Islands to Discover

With 1,244 islands and archipelagos stretching across the entire coast, Croatia has the most intricately indented coastline on the Mediterranean. The Croatian Adriatic boasts an incredible number of natural phenomena, pristine waters, and the perfect beach to fit the wishes of every guest. There is something so special and relaxing about staying on the beautiful Croatian islands that symbolically separate us from our busy day-to-day life… It must be that connection between nature and humankind that creates an impressive force, and the Croatian islands reflect this togetherness and interdependence in the best possible way.

Full of Flavours

Croatia’s gastronomic culture is undoubtedly one of the richest and most interesting in Europe, primarily since it unites the richness of Central European, Mediterranean, and Eastern cuisines, but also because it is based on wholesome ingredients originating mainly from the greenery of naturally preserved landscapes, untouched by the harmful effects of excessive industrialisation. Mediterranean cuisine dominates this special culture of cooking and eating. Broad beans and artichoke, chard, rocket, zucchini, cauliflower, broccoli, tomatoes, and other vegetables grown on our fertile soil, combined with grilled fresh fish and excellent olive oil, are prime examples of the healthy Mediterranean nutrition, the healthiest diet in the world according to the World Health Organization. But that’s not all – our traditional dishes have stubbornly resisted modernisation and stereotyped patterns of eating, thus preserving traditional methods of food preparation that do not degrade the nutritional value of the food.

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Full of History & Culture

Croatia’s roots stem from ancient times; its great cultural wealth tells of a turbulent history going back to the Roman era and continuing through the Renaissance, the Baroque period, and the Ottoman conquests, all exceptionally appealing to those who visit the country. Croatia is home to 10 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, but here rich cultural heritage lives beyond museums and cathedrals. Immerse yourself in this magical place, where even the shortest stroll becomes a journey down a staircase thousands of years old, and takes you through a history that is at the same time turbulent, exciting, and glorious.

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Full of Adventure

Whether you wish to fly higher than the clouds, dive into the deep sea, or enjoy any activity you can imagine in between, Croatia is a true paradise for lovers of active tourism, nature, and adrenaline. Thanks to the mild Mediterranean climate, you can enjoy any adventure all year long. Dive to discover the sunken wonders hidden along a coastline of unsurpassed beauty. Explore every corner of a wild nature on foot, horseback, or a bicycle. Release your energy rafting and kayaking in river canyons and karst landscapes, glide through the air parachuting and paragliding, and expand your horizons in the mountains of Biokovo or Vidova Gora.

Full of a Balanced Lifestyle

And all this is not just for tourists! Locals get to enjoy this scenery every day. Croatians know how to appreciate the small moments in life; a meeting with friends for coffee usually lasts a few hours, and coffee shops with terraces are found on every corner. The various cultures that have inhabited the area over the years have given special charm and temperament to the residents, whose kindness is a magnet that keeps drawing tourists back.

Then there are the real native Croatians from the coast, with their unique slow and relaxed lifestyle. The aroma of lavender, the flavours of olive oil, Adriatic fish, and freshly picked vegetables; stone towns with a special atmosphere; working only enough, never more, and always placing relaxation as a priority – the cycle of slow living that is practiced here every day. You will never hear those people complaining about how “busy” they are; no one is ever rushing back to the office, no one even talks about their job. Stress is nowhere to be seen – ”take it easy” is their motto. Some call this state of mind “fjaka”; fjaka inspires people to not be bothered by mundane things; balance matters more than anything, and the joy of living is the top priority.

Useful & Important Information

In 2013 Croatia became part of European Union and since then country has been fully aligned with EU regulations.

Travel Documents

Your trip to Croatia doesn’t mean visa headaches either. In most cases, the only form of ID required is a valid passport. And if you’re an EU citizen, you can also use your national ID card. Croatian customs regulations are almost entirely in harmony with EU standards.

Currency

Croatia hopes to join the euro in 2023, but until then the national currency is the kuna, with one kuna equal to 100 lipas. You can exchange money at any of the country’s banks, bureaux de change, post offices and at almost all travel agents, hotels and campsites. The majority of establishments and ATMs will also accept credit cards such as Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Diners, etc.

Official Exchange Rate list

Free Wifi

Gone are the days when going away meant going completely off the map. Thanks to Croatia’s free WiFi hot spots everywhere, keeping up with family, friends and what’s going on back home has never been easier.

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