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Croatia is a country of dramatic mountainous landscapes, a long and lovely coastline, plus a rich history that reflects its location at the crossroads of Europe. Here are our three reasons to go to Croatia.

Culture

Croatia has a rich history that reflects its location at the crossroads of Europe. City destinations such as Dubrovnik and Split are Unesco world heritage sites, as are the cathedrals in Trogir and Sibenik and the basilica in Porec.

Climate

Croatia enjoys a Mediterranean climate on the coast, with warm summers making July and August the peak season on the Adriatic. If you enjoy sightseeing, choose June or September, when temperatures are cooler. Autumn is a good time to enjoy inland Istria and national park areas. 

Landscapes

Croatia is a country of dramatic mountainous landscapes and a long and lovely coastline. Falkensteiner Iadera Hotel is particularly stunning with a beautiful beachfront overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, surrounded by cooling pine forests. 

Here are our favourite resorts:


Radisson Blu Resort & Spa

Why You'll Love It: You'll experience traditional Croatian hospitality and the warmest of welcomes at the Radisson Blu Resort. Be active or simply laze by the pool; explore the fascinating surrounding area, including the cultural wealth of Dubrovnik and its old town or simply take full advantage of all the facilities of this top class resort.

From £529 per person. View Resort.

Sun Gardens

Why You'll Love It: Enjoy the freedom of your own residence and take advantage of all the amazing facilities that this luxurious resort offers you - from superb dining to a fabulous spa and no less than three swimming pools! Better still, you're within very easy reach of the stunning walled city Dubrovnik - 'jewel of the Adriatic'.

From £488 per person. View Resort.