From trips on Dubrovnik’s cable car to the glitz and glamour of Hvar, there’s a treasure trove of things to do and places to see in Croatia. Whether you’re visiting Rovinj Summer Salsa Festival or partying the night away on Banje Beach, your holiday will be packed full of cultural sights, natural wonders, and plenty of fun.

1. Croatia Nightlife

People choose Croatia for their holidays for a variety of reasons, from dipping a toe into its rich history to diving head-first into the clear blue of the Adriatic Ocean.
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2. Mljet Island

Just 23 miles from the spectacular town of Dubrovnik, Mljet Island & National Park is said to be the place where Odysseus was nursed back to health over seven years, by the nymph Calypso.
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3. Plitvice Lakes

If you’ve decided to take a break on Croatia’s sun-splashed shores, the chances are you’re looking forward to lazing on a beach and topping up your tan.
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5. Korcula Island

Korcula Island is the sixth largest of Croatia’s islands and a bit of a hidden gem. Just 20 miles long and five miles across, it’s famous for its dense pine forests, and is nicknamed Kerkyra Melaina
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6. Croatia National Park

If you’ve opted to holiday on Croatia’s sunny shores, but are a fan of greenery and the great outdoors, put a visit to one of Croatia’s spectacular national parks on your list of things to do.
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7. Bol Beach

The lovely town of Bol sits on the southern shores of Brac Island. Just a mile along the coast is its stunning beach, Zlatni Rat
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8. Podstrana

For stunning beaches and long, lazy days in the golden Mediterranean sunshine, pay a visit to Podstrana on your trip to the Dalmatian Coast.
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9. Supetar

Let the stresses and strains of everyday life wash away from you in the turquoise waters of the Adriatic Sea, as you enjoy a relaxing time in Supetar.
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10. Zadar

With a historic old town and spectacular seaside setting, don’t miss Zadar on your trip to the Dalmatian Coast.
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11. Split

The biggest city on the Dalmatian Coast, Split is a must-visit on your holiday to this part of Croatia. It’s the second biggest city in the country, and has lots of great attractions which make it perfect for sightseeing.
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12. Nautic Center Bol

If you’re looking to inject some fun into your holiday to Brac Island, then have a look at the range of activities available at the Nautic Center Bol.
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13. Blaca Hermitage

If you love to explore, then the incredible Blaca Hermitage is a must-visit on your trip to Brac Island. Sitting in the southwest of the island
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15. Zlatni Rat

Sit back and enjoy some warm Croatian sunshine on the Zlatni Rat beach. Only around a mile to the west of the harbour town of Bol on Brac Island’s south coast
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16. Stina Winery

Sample some of the best Croatian wine going with a visit to the Stina Winery. Head to the town of Bol on Brac Island’s south coast, and prepare to be amazed by the stunning scenery as well as the delicious wine.
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