Holidays in Croatia

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Holiday Homes for Family and Friends

If you dream of days relaxing by clear azure waters on a white-sand beach beyond ancient walled towns, then Croatia is the place to make these dreams come true. With Wimdu you can find your perfect holiday home in paradise, suitable for the whole family or a group of your closest friends.

Homes For Couples

Bask in the unparalleled beauty of natural landscapes, ancient cities and white sand beaches as you spend a dream holiday with the one you love. Find your perfect home away from home with Wimdu, as you stay in a beautiful cosy cottage and enjoy a romantic getaway worth remembering.

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Where to Stay

where to stay

When it comes to deciding where you should stay in a country like Croatia, you should first consider the type of holiday that you’re looking for. If you want to be surrounded by ancient historic monuments, vibrant culture and an endless list of sights and attractions then you should consider a city such as Dubrovnik. With its city walls, ancient city gates, beautiful squares and historic churches, you will find immersed in symbols that hark back to bygone eras. Located on the coast, the city also boasts some stunning beaches, perfect for kicking back and catching a golden tan. Split is also a popular destination for many tourists visiting Croatia, with the historic city having lasted through Venetian, Roman, French, Yugoslav and Austrian occupations. Attractions such as Diocletian’s Palace and Mausoleum and the Bell Tower of St. Dominus draw in many a visitor to marvel in their exquisite architectural engineering.

Things to do

things to do

When staying in Croatia, you will find yourself spoiled for choice when it comes to deciding what to do and see. There is so much on offer that it can be hard to decide which attractions or activities to prioritise during your stay. Coastal cities such as Dubrovnik not only offer a broad range of historical and architectural sights to explore and enjoy, they also offer the opportunity to either bask in the sun’s rays on white sand beaches or partake in all kinds of recreational pastimes such as water skiing, scuba diving, snorkeling and boat trips. The further you travel inland in Croatia, the more opportunity you will find for outdoor adventures such as mountain climbing, cycling tours and hiking. Croatia not only boasts breathtaking natural landscapes, it also boasts a deep and intriguing culinary landscape, with Michelin star restaurants located within all of the top cities.

Eating and Drinking

eating and drinking

Croatia’s culinary landscape is truly like no other, with traditional cuisine varying from region to region. Areas such as Dalmatia and Istria draw influence from the cuisines of Italy and other Mediterranean cultures, with seafood, cooked vegetables and pasta all heavily represented in the common staples. The use of olive oil and garlic is also a popular feature of the cuisines of these regions. Further inland, you will find that the cuisine finds its roots in Austria, Hungary and Turkey, with meats, freshwater fish and vegetable dishes all being prominent features. Croatia also boasts two distinctive wine-producing regions, the first in the northeast produces premium wines, especially whites. On the northern coastline, Istrian wines are produced and bear similarity to those made by their Italian neighbours. In major cities such as Dubrovnik and Split, you’ll find an abundance of wine cellars showcasing the best wines that Croatia has to offer.

Getting Around

getting around

In Croatia there are several modes of public transport available to you, which span road, rail, water and air. The highlight of infrastructure developments in Croatia in recent years has been its motorway network, which has mostly been built during the late 90s and 2000s. Now there are more than 1,100 kilometres of motorways connecting Zagreb to many other regions. The country also has an extensive rail network, covering more than 2,700 kilometres, including almost 1,000 kilometres of electrified railways and more than 250 kilometres of double track railways. Rail services are wholly operated by Croatian Railways. The country also features many airports, with major air traffic hubs located in Zagreb, which is home to the largest airport in the country, Zadar, Split, Dubrovnik and many other cities. Sea travel on ferries and catamarans is also popular, with many visitors catching a ride on the waves in order to visit the neighbouring islands.

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OUR PROPERTIES HAVE AN AVERAGE SCORE OF 9/10! SEE WHAT OUR GUESTS ARE SAYING:

André
André
8 Very good
November 2017
Apartment near beach and old town

Verry good Location, near old town and beach. The flat is clean and have lot of space. Friendly contact with the owners. Would book here again.

Franz
Franz
10 Excellent
November 2017
Manuel
Manuel
10 Excellent
October 2017
Beautiful Apartment In Central Area

nice cozy flat in excelent location, small but it has everything you need!

Ville
Ville
10 Excellent
October 2017
Cozy Croatian Holiday Getaway

From the first contact to the moment we left island of Brac, Darling and Pero took amazing care for us. They helped us with all the arrangements (airport transportation, taxi, ferry tickets, restaurants etc) and were the most friendly pe...

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