However, if you need another reason to book a holiday to this central European country, here are 6 reasons why you should visit Croatia
Let’s face it; unless you want to go away skiing, then the chances are you are looking for a destination with a good climate. Croatia ticks that box, and then some. The city of Dubrovnik in Croatia is one of the sunniest places in the whole of Europe. You can enjoy twelve hours of sunshine in the summer, with sizzling temperatures; perfection.
2. Value For Money
Although Croatia is part of the European Union, it has retained its own currency, which proved to be a wise decision. Compared to the Euro which has taken a dive, the Croatian currency the Kuna, looks pretty good, especially for visitors from within Europe and the UK. The food, lodging, and other accommodation is also affordable, and cheaper than most other European destinations.
You don’t need to head off to the Caribbean for white sands and clear seas when Croatia is right there. With an abundance of beaches and watersports, it makes a great destination of choice for holidaymakers. You can charter boats and yachts using companies like Globe Sailor. Just make sure you look up some of the Globe Sailor reviews to check you are happy with the offering. Watersports and jet skis are a must in the area too, as the water is so calm. If you are lucky, you may even spot some dolphins.
4. Incredible Festivals
If beach life isn’t for you, then Croatia has some pretty epic summer festivals, with performers from all around the world. So if you want some guaranteed good weather that you’re unlikely to get in the UK, Croatia could be the place for your music and festival-fix this summer.
Croatia has a varied landscape, not only beautiful beaches, but with some equally stunning National Parks, and mountain walks. With eight National Park is total, there are plenty of waterfalls and lakes to explore. There is something to suit various tastes, and all different types of holiday-makers.
6. Coffee Culture
If you are a coffee lover, then heading to Zagreb is the spot for you. The locals take their coffee drinking pretty seriously, so the city is filled with cute cafes and quirky coffee shops. Mix that with the beach and the tastiest food in the region, and you’ve got another great reason to visit the country of Croatia.
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