Croatia - Brief Guide
It is no wonder that Croatia is being rediscovered. The country enjoys a unique geographic landscape, with more than 1,100 islands set in pristine waters of the highest quality and clarity and with nearly 6,000 km of coastline on the Adriatic Sea, the country boasts one of the most attractive coastlines that Europe has to offer. There are literally hundreds of cities, towns and villages along the Adriatic coast, which have preserved their historical character and traditions.
Croatia has a rich cultural heritage, including historical remains dating from Roman, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque periods. The country boasts several examples of world-class natural and cultural resources that have been awarded World Heritage Site designation, such as the Old Town of Dubrovnik known as the 'Pearl of the Adriatic', considered Croatia's internationally acclaimed tourist attraction, and Split, Trogir and the Plitvice Lakes are also all UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Croatia is blessed with truly most glorious coastline which has miraculously escaped the over-development of some other Mediterranean holiday destinations.
If you think life has become too hectic and commercialized regain your tranquility in roatia. Relax in superb unspoiled scenery, bathe in unpolluted waters and enjoy the healthy range of locally sourced and naturally produced food. Welcome to Croatia :-)