Croatia

Croatia is a country with rich nature, a beautiful coastline, many islands and nature reserves. A holiday in Croatia will take you back in time as this country has a long standing history showing itself in many villages and towns. It’s impossible to erase 2000 years and the best place to experience this is the holiday parks in Croatia. Zagreb Zagreb is Croatia’s capital in the northern part of the country. This old baroque city offers a labyrinth of small alleyways, steps and numerous palaces. Amongst the many museums you must visit the Archaeological Museum hosting a collection of over 400.000 artefacts, taking you through the history of the country and its people. The museum also displays some other collections such as an Egyptian collection and the worlds’ oldest Etruscan texts. Split As one of the oldest cities in Croatia, Split, breathes out that atmosphere of its history, dating back to ancient times. A holiday park around Split allows you to visit this city and the imperial palace of Diocletian, who died in 313 AD, is one of the most impressive sites. The daily market proves that this city and its surroundings are still lively today. The market square borders with the eastern façade of Diocletian’s Palace. Split is full of monuments and a stroll along the boulevard, called Riva by the citizens, is such a joy that you wish you could stay here forever. Natural beauty The national and nature parks are spread out throughout the country as are the holiday parks in Croatia. Some nature reserves are the home of brown bears, wolves, lynxes, eagles and vultures. You can also spot other rare birds here. National Park Plitvice Lakes in the northeast is one of the most famous nature areas in the country. Numerous lakes, caves and waterfalls make up this unique park. It can count no less than 16 lakes and 90 waterfalls in between. Dubrovnik Dubrovnik, alias the “Pearl of the Adriatic” is an old but intact fortified city. Its harbour was already in use by the Levantines in the 7th century. The original village of Ragusa was located on an island fortified by walls. In the 12th century the water separating the village from the hamlet Dubrovnik, on the main land, was filled up. This historic fortification as a whole is placed on the world heritage list of UNESCO. Why don’t you see for yourself on a day trip from a bungalow park in the area.

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Fun, diving, relaxing at the beach with a holiday park in Croatia

A holiday in Croatia is always relaxing, the country is beautiful, you have amazing views of the sea as you drive up the coastal roads, and the locals are very friendly. It seems to be the perfect recipe for an amazing vacation but don't take our word for it, try it yourself! A visit to the walled port town of Zadar is a must while here! It's a great place just to stroll around and relax, far from the horde of tourists you'll find in other Croatian seaside towns. The pedestrian main street (the Kalelarga) with its boutiques, cafes and historic buildings is not without reason a popular place to hang out and the beach in Zadar is also very popular. You can not only swim but enjoy a full array of water sports plus diving here. There are also diving centers where there are people licensed to teach you how to dive if you're not much of an underwater savvy. And if Zadar becomes a bit overcrowded for you, you can always take a boat excursion or set sail to a remote island. Imagination alone can't do this place justice, so best to experience it in all its grandeur with a holiday park in Croatia.

Feel happy and relaxed in Croatia
Start your vacation off right with water sports venues, beaches, hiking trails, cultural sites and more and share all these with best friends, or family or with your significant other. A holiday park in Croatia will have sport fields, children's play areas, grilling facilities, bike rental, swimming pools, table tennis tables and tennis courts to help you fill your leisure time. While in Croatia why not explore one of the country's many islands, like Dugi Otok. It's wide beaches with lovely coves are ideal for just relaxing at the beach but there's also plenty of opportunity for hiking in the Telascica nature park, home to some impressive cliffs, a salt lake, the Veli Rat lighthouse, several Roman ruins and a pre-Roman church. Not overrun with tourists, it's a great place to spend a relaxing day. There's also bigger cities here though, cities like Zagreb and Dubrovnik that offer museums, cultural landmarks, restaurants and cafes. Treat yourself to a happy family holiday.

Discover Brac Island
If you're looking for the opportunity to spend time by the sea, you simply can't go wrong with the Croatian coastline, ideal for an active vacation with family or friends. A visit to Brac Island promises endless opportunities for persons of all ages. Home to some of the most beautiful beaches in all of the Adriatic, like Zlatni rat (in Bol), it's the perfect place for sunbathing or swimming. If you're looking for additional opportunities for aquatic fun, head over to the town of Bol, the windsurfing capital of Croatia. Learn to scuba dive at one of the island's dive centers then discover underwater treasures like Lucice Cave. Discover the wonderful cuisine of Brac Island, which includes culinary treasures like Brac Vitalac, sheep intestines prepared over and open fire, along with the local Bolski Plavac wine. If afterward you're feeling a bit stuffed, hike up to Vidora Gora, the highest peak on the island. Don't delay your holiday in Croatia, it will be a perfect mix of moments to remember.

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Best Holiday Park regions

Istria

Istria

The westernmost county of Croatia, Istria is a real feast for the eyes: streams flowing to the sea through steep valleys, lush fields, quaint towns on the peaks of rolling hills, white-topped mountains as well as incredible landscapes with vineyards and olive groves. And of course, the beautiful, clear blue sea. A holiday park in Istria makes for the best choice in tailoring the most perfect holiday that one could hope for. The region is the largest green oasis of the North Adriatic Sea, the coast is covered in pine forests and green macchia. If it already sounds like a dream scenario...it really is! Everything about this place invites you in: the nature, the little towns and villages, the friendly locals and the beautiful traditions. You're just one step away from a life-changing experience!

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Croatian Coast

Croatian Coast

The Croatian Coast is a tempting traveler with natural beauty and vivacious nightlife. A holiday park on the Croatian Coast will set you right in the middle of the action. The islands of southern Croatia are a top travel destination for numerous tourists. The Croatian Coast is a mix of limpid bays, hidden coves and beaches, olive groves and forests of cypress and pine. It's certainly one of the country's most attractive features. Its old towns are incredibly well preserved, the architecture in them surpasses even the most turgid expectations. Opportunities for sailing, yachting, sunbathing, swimming and practicing various water sports are endless. The cuisine is marked by superb fish, shrimp, octopus, and oysters, and of course, some increasingly renowned wines. All in all, the perfect recepy for an unforgettable vacation on the Croatian Coast.

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