Reasons why Croatia ia s new hotspot for young travelers
The Perfect Climate
Croatia boasts a perfect Mediterranean climate with warm springs, hot summers and a gorgeous, clear blue sea that will make you want to dive right in. Sun-seekers won't be disappointed, as Croatia averages 2,600 hours of sunlight a year and is one of the sunniest countries in the Mediterranean sea. With waters that are a mesmerizing turquoise blue, you'll have to pinch yourself to realize you're not dreaming.
Thrilling Sailing Trips
Croatia's Adriatic coast is the ultimate destination for a gorgeous seaside vacation. Its calm, warm sea is perfect for virgin sailors. Sailing is no longer reserved for the rich and famous, in Croatia, anyone can charter a yacht to explore the islands and sail along the scenic coastline. Cruising the Croatian coastline on your yacht makes for an unforgettable group experience. The price per head for a sailing adventure is quite affordable, especially for such a luxury experience.
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More fun for less money
When it comes to value, Croatia is a budget-friendly destination. Compared to our Mediterranean neighbours, Croatia offers young visitors more for their money. Croatia offers local pricing on adventures like sailing trips, and local prices are quite affordable, as it has not yet reached the heights of Europe's pricier destinations.
Croatia's regions offer diversity in culture and heritage. We have the highest number of cultural sights protected by UNESCO in the whole of Europe. Nurturing its cultural heritage, traditions like the Saint Vlaho festivities, knights' tournaments and traditional lace-making are alive and well. All of which encourage visitors to get involved with the locals, join in and truly experience the Croatian culture. Croatian culture is, without a doubt, characterized by exceptional diversity and unforgettable music, film, dance, theatre and local traditions. Croatia embraces a laid-back coastal vibe and is also known for being naturist-friendly.
Croatia offers visitors a ton of diverse natural beauties. Stunning coastline, amazing sunsets, breathtaking waterfalls, gorgeous hikes and beautiful flora and fauna inland. Adventurers looking for something other than a spectacular beach can check out thermal spas at the Plitvice Lakes National Park or visit Mount Srdj, which is a gorgeous mountain in Dubrovnik that offers travellers the chance to venture around on dune buggies or go on hikes to witness some beautiful views. The natural wonders in Croatia are not to be missed, and there are plenty from which to choose.
Wine And Food
Croatia offers wine-tasting tours that rival those of both France and Italy. Thanks to the perfect vine-growing climate Croatian vineyards can produce great-tasting wine that is wildly underrated. With dozens of wine clubs to join, visitors have the opportunity to sample all that the region has to offer.
What goes with great wine? Great food. Croatia offers amazing Mediterranean cuisine, inspired by Italy and often prepared in a home-cooked manner. Croatia is an ingredient-rich country, and the seafood is of amazing quality here.
A rich Balkan history adds to the intrigue. Home to one of the world's greatest travellers, Marco Polo, as well as home to ancient ruins and historical sites, Croatia will fuel even the most cynical traveller with a sense of discovery and adventure. A must-see is Brijuni National Park, located on a sunny Adriatic island just off the Istrian peninsula. While touring the park, you'll find the Roman and Byzantine ruins, a 1,600-year-old olive tree and 100-million-year-old dinosaur footprints. Now that's history.
Game of Thrones filming locations
From Dubrovnik's Old City, historic architecture in Split to the magnificent perfectly preserved Klis fortress, Croatia is the perfect backdrop for a vacation inspired by the fantasy series. Dubrovnik is one of the most beautiful cities you will ever visit. You'll feel like you're in fantasy while exploring Dubrovnik, with its medieval walls and old city streets, along with its familiarity since many "Game of Thrones" scenes were filmed there.
Often referred to as the "new Ibiza," Croatia is quickly becoming the ultimate destination for music fans seeking out top DJs. In Croatia, summer is the season for music festivals, and they are incredible. Pag Island is known for its legendary music scene, which is motivating music lovers to swap the Mediterranean Sea for the Adriatic for a world-class music experience. Not to forget the popular Ultra music festival that is held every year on Poljud, a famous and gorgeous football stadium located in the heart of town Split.