One of the main attractions for those enjoying holidays in Croatia is the spectacular coastline, some of the most beautiful scenery in all of Europe. Small craggy coves give way to crystal clear waters where swimming, snorkelling or diving is a popular pastime. The beaches in Croatia are a mixture of pebble beach's and some sandy coves which run the whole 1700+kms of this stunning coastline.
The mountainous backdrop to the coastline offers pine forests and national parks which are perfect for those who enjoy exploring on a walk. Croatia holidays are a more recent arrival to the mass market tourist scene, however in previous years as part of Yugoslavia, British holidaymakers flocked here every year. The accommodation in the resorts is generally of a high standard and most resort areas have a wide choice of shops, bars and restauarants.
The most popular area in Croatia is in and around the medieval city of Dubrovnik. Situated in the south of Croatia it has a wide choice of resorts on the mainland and on the many of the islands that sit in the Adriatic Sea. Dubrovnik and Cavtat prove popular places for repeat visitors and Korcula continues to attract visitors who love a holiday with an island setting.
Pula airport offers access to the resorts of Porec, Rovinj and Pula with a pretty coastline and a fusion of different cultures from previous rules evident in the area's architecture. The area around Split has some great islands and resorts such as Brac Island, Hvar Island and Makaraska, each offering something a little different but as in common with all seaside resorts in Croatia, have great coastlines and plenty of places to eat out and shop.
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