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Croatia Holiday Deals: The Best Places to Travel in Croatia

Croatia is always worth a trip, whether you’re heading to the beautiful Adriatic coast or checking out the diverse natural landscape of Plitvice National Park. A Croatia holiday gives you the opportunity to stop in at  interesting cities like Zadar, Istria, Dubrovnik, Split and Pula. Off the coast, you’ll find many small islands more than 1,200 islands waiting to be explored.

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City break in Dubrovnik

7 nights ✔️ under £500 pp ✔️

incl. breakfast ✔️ 5-star hotel ✔️

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Island holidays in Mljet

7 nights ✔️ under £500 pp ✔️

incl. breakfast ✔️ romantic hotel ✔️

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City break in Split

7 nights ✔️ under £500 pp ✔️

incl. breakfast ✔️ 4 & 5-star hotels ✔️

Things to do in Croatia

  1. Visit a world heritage site
  2. Go sailing
  3. Stroll through one of the 8 National Parks
  4. Hit the beach
  5. Enjoy a wine tour
  6. Eat, eat, eat
  7. Visit Waterfalls
  8. Go diving

Croatians World Heritage Sites

Since 2017 Croatia has a total of 10 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Some of them are more well known than others. But all of them definitely are worth a visit during your next holiday in Croatia!

World Heritage SiteLocationYear listedDescription

Old City of Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik1979Nowadays Dubrovnik is most known for the HBO show Game of Thrones. But next to the sites known from the TV show, the old city of Dubrovnik is full of sites worth discovering.

Plitvice Lakes National Park

Plitvička Jezera

1979The Plitvice lakes consist of 16 interconnected lakes separated by many waterfalls. It's beautiful throughout the year!

Historical Complex of Split with the Palace of Diocletian

Split1979The palace was built at the turn of the fourth century AD by and named after, the Roman emperor Diocletian. During the Middle Ages, the mausoleum followed along with churches and other palaces.

Episcopal Complex of the Euphrasian Basilica in Poreč

Poreč1997This episcopal complex is one of the best examples of early Byzantine art and architecture in the Mediterranean region and the world.

The historic city of Trogir

Trogir1997Trogir is full of culture. Influenced by the old Greeks, the Romans, and also the Venetians! You can find the perfect mix between the Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque periods.

Cathedral of Saint James


2000The Cathedral of Saint James is also one of the most important Renaissance architectural monuments in the eastern Adriatic.

Stari Grad Plain


2008Already set up in the 4th century BC by Greek colonists, this agricultural landscape remains still in use today.

Stećci Medieval Tombstones Graveyards

Dubravka, Cista Velika

2016The medieval tombstones "Stećci" are monolith stone monuments found in the regions of the present Bosnia and Herzegovina, parts of Croatia, Serbia, and Montenegro. There are two sites inscribed in Croatia, in Dubravka and in Cista Velika.

Primaeval Beech Forests of the Carpathians 

Northern Velebit National Park

2017This transboundary site encompasses the isolated refuges from which the European beech has spread across the continent since the end of the last Ice Age. It is shared with Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Germany, Italy, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, and Ukraine.

Venetian Works of defence between 15th and 17th centuries

Zadar, Šibenik

2017Spanning more than 1,000 kilometres, this structure consists of 15 components of defence works Italy, Croatia, and Montenegro.

In addition to these 10 World Heritage Sites, there are 15 other sites on the tentative list.

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