Tourist Regions of Croatia

Tourist Regions of Croatia

Dalmatia – Zadar

The Zadar region is the northernmost part of Dalmatia, its gate of hospitality for all travelers from the north of the Adriatic. It is full of contrasts, historical heritage and beautiful nature. The first, and perhaps the most unforgettable, impression of this region is its intense colors, a special harmony of bright sea blue, over which dark green pines or olive groves descend. This picture should also be supplemented by a white Dalmatian stone touching the very seashore, or which, in a fragmented form, represents the beautiful pebble beaches that attract so many tourists…

The center of Northern Dalmatia is the thousand-year-old city of Zadar, a city that houses the largest Roman Forum on the eastern shore of the Adriatic, studied by scientists, and unforgettable Romanesque churches, such as the church of St. Stoshi (Anastasia) and the church of St. Krevan. And the oldest Croatian royal city is considered to be the city of Nin, located near Zadar, which is famous for its smallest Cathedral in the world (the Church of St. Kriz (St. Cross) is only 36 steps long!). The expanses of the Zadar region themselves will tell you better than any book about the rich history and the beginning of Croatian culture. See Countryvv for labor market in Croatia.

Dalmatia – Sibenik

With the wild beauty of white karst stone and the blue of the transparent sea, the Sibenik water area, like a real paradise for sailors, can be proud of the number of its islands and sea cliffs, of which there are as many as 240 and each of which hides something interesting. If you want to meet the most famous coral divers in the Adriatic, head to the Zlarin island, and if you are interested in a place famous for sponge divers, visit Krpanj. But, if you want to feel something completely unique, then sail into the open sea and get to know the Kornati Islands.

Despite the fact that the two National Parks are only fifty kilometers apart, they are very different from each other. NP Kornati is an island archipelago with 89 islands, islets and sea reefs (there are 152 of them) of unique beauty, giving pleasure and surprise to yachtsmen, and deep respect because of sharp reefs. In addition, the famous writer Bernard Shaw was fascinated by them, writing: “On the last day of Creation, God wished to crown his work and created the islands of Kornati from tears, stars and his breath.” Krka National Park is the river Krka with many natural barriers of tuff, waterfalls and lakes, surprising in their beauty and considered one of the most beloved tourist destinations in Croatia.

Dalmatia – Split

Olives, wild fragrant herbs, white stone in contrast to the green vegetation and Mount Biokovo, which descends to the very shore of the sea… truly, this is a unique region, the beauty of which is given a special atmosphere and numerous historical and cultural events. All this makes this area interesting, attractive and visited…

When in 305 the Roman emperor Diocletian, having almost the whole world at his feet, decided to build his country villa and spend the rest of his life in it, he did not doubt at all where his build. In the heart of Dalmatia, a well-protected bay of his native Aspalatos (Split), protected from the sea side by the islands of the Split archipelago, and from the land by high mountains, Diokletin dreamily “marked” a special point on the map of the Adriatic – the future city of Split.

Dalmatia – Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik, the center of the southernmost region of Dalmatia, and its most famous representative, is the star of the world’s prestigious shopping, and is at the very top of the list of the most beautiful cities in the world. Year after year, artists, royalty and the jet set of the world come to this city in search of inspiration. It belongs to them, but also to all of us who have visited Dubrovnik at least once. The point is simply that Dubrovnik and you are connected by invisible threads after the first meeting…

“Those who are looking for heaven on earth should visit Dubrovnik!” once wrote George Bernard Shaw, fascinated by the city of untouched city walls, as long as 1940 meters, now under the protection of UNESCO. Dubrovnik is called “the pearl of the Adriatic” both here and abroad. Located in the extreme south of Croatia, this city has inherited the best works of architecture and art. In its warm Mediterranean climate, in addition to Mediterranean vegetation, subtropical cultures grow with plantations of fragrant lemons, oranges and tangerines, luxurious palm trees and agaves that adorn Renaissance parks and blooming gardens of medieval stone chambers and monasteries.


Zagreb is the capital of the Republic of Croatia, a political, diplomatic, cultural, economic, transport and sports center with almost a million inhabitants. It is a city of contrasts – ancient and young at the same time, in the morning – business, in the evening intended for entertainment. The city is in many ways a European metropolis, but it is remembered above all for the charm of its center and the hospitality of its people…

Born out of two medieval settlements that developed over the centuries on two adjacent hills, with a written history dating back to 1094 (the year a Catholic diocese was founded), the capital and largest city of Croatia, Zagreb, is a typical Central European city with a classic succession of secessionist facades and the historic city center, in which, in addition to the sublime spirit of the Autro-Hungarian monarchy, we sometimes recognize the outlines of Prague’s panoramas. With its centrally located main urban and cultural attractions, teeming with attractive cafes, first-class restaurants, garden terraces and, above all, its carefully cultivated parks, such as Ribnjak, located under the walls of Kaptol, the neo-gothic cathedral with filigree towers.

Tourist Regions of Croatia