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Croatia is a destination that has evolved in a spectacular way in recent years into a contemporary holiday destination offering luxury hotels and impressive coastlines, which combine perfectly with lots of things to see and do. This is a charming holiday destination suitable for beach-centred family holidays and it‘s also a perfect destination for couples and groups of friends.

Although Croatia offers a large selection of luxury holiday hot spots, one of the most famous is Dubrovnik; Dubrovnik is world-renowned for its reputation as the best preserved medieval walled city in the Mediterranean and is only one of three European cities to have been awarded World Heritage site of zero categories by UNESCO. It‘s steeped in history and as you walk around the harbour area, you will be transported back to the 13th century.

For those looking for breathtaking coastlines and unforgettable scenery, consider a visit to the northern region of Istria where you will find the pretty resort of Porec. Even further north you will find the resort of Savudrija positioned just across the bay from Slovenia.

When you venture inland, you‘ll be greeted by enchanting scenery including lush forests, mountain landscapes and gushing waterfalls. Nature lovers will find themselves right at home and it's a brilliant choice for keen hikers and adventurers who like paragliding, abseiling, and canoeing. Exploring by car is a popular choice as well, as it's easy to get about and see the highlights of the coastal resorts.

Croatia's most well-known islands include the fashionable and luxurious island of Hvar which is a must for the rich and famous and offers visitors a very attractive harbour front. Brac Island is a peaceful retreat where you will experience the true Croatian lifestyle.

Croatia is also a big hit with sailing enthusiasts as, through the massive 6278 km of Croatia's coastline, there are 1244 islands, islets, rocks, and reefs with thousands of wet and dry berths available all year.

Designer Travel will seek out the best luxury deals for you in Croatia. Just contact us and tell us what you're looking for and we'll do all the searching for you while you sit back and relax. Our experts can tailor-make you a bespoke holiday experience - especially handy if you're considering a multi-centre, sailing, or island-hopping holiday in Croatia. We've got experts who have visited the best hotels in this wonderful country, ensuring you get first-hand and direct expertise from people who know and love this luxury destination.


Croatia can be divided into three Climatic regions. The lovely Adriatic coast enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate consisting of hot, dry and sunny weather during the summer and cool rainy weather in winter. The north has a continental climate of cold winters and hot summers and central Croatia has large forests with an alpine climate. The best time to visit Croatia is during the months of May through to the end of September when temperatures are usually 22°C and more. Temperatures during August have been known to top a sweltering 30°C so you may want to ensure the accommodation you choose has that all-important benefit of air conditioning.

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Medical Information

We can provide general information about any health formalities required for your trip but you should check with your own doctor for your specific circumstances. Up-to-date travel advice can be obtained from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office website.

Leisure Activities


Visit the iconic World Heritage listed Old Town. Explore the streets of this historic walled city and take a stroll to the waterfront area where you'll find exquisite seafood restaurants overlooking the beautiful Adriatic Sea.


There are lots of islands to explore or holiday on including Hvar, Losinj, Brac and Lopund. Experience fantastic scenery, great hotels and the intimacy of a small island break in a stunning destination.

Historic Sites

The interesting city of Pula has a huge Roman amphitheatre and you'll find the UNESCO listed Euphrasian Basilica in the popular summer resort of Porec on the coast of Istria.


The ancient Dalmation city of Split has charming houses, historic buildings and the Roman ruins of Diocletian's Palace and the Cathedral of St Dominus. After exploring the old town, take a seat in one of the seafront bars at Riva and watch the world go by or head to Bacvice beach for a leisurely stroll.

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