holiday package croatiaHoliday Packages Croatia

Holiday packages Croatia offer you; Scenic coastlines, vine-strewn islands and ancient cities make Croatia rich with culture. This wonderful stretch of shore spanning Pula, Split and Dubrovnik, is a place where historic riches, gourmet dining and vibrant nightlife add up to an unforgettable summer holiday destination.

Best time to go to Croatia

Holiday packages to Croatia offer you a choice of times of the year to visit. If you are looking for a beach holiday on the coast of Croatia then the summer months of May to September are the best times with the hotest months being July to September. Inland the summers can be hot but winter, Spring and Autumn will be cooler with some rain and snowfall in the Winter. December to February the inland areas of Croatia can be very cold and barely pass freezing in these months.

Croatia Islands

Hvar croatia islandsCroatia’s paradise islands are just as dreamy as the mainland. Each of these unspoiled emerald isles has its own beauty that will delight you, along with plenty of things to see and do. Korčula’s colourful Old Town is brimming with local life and Mljet’s star attraction is its national park of forests and lagoons. Meanwhile, Hvar is the in place to go and attracts an A-list crowd for hot summer nights whilst over on the island of Dugi Otok, the scene is set for days of floating in its crystal clear bays.

City Breaks to Croatia

Dubrovnik city breakOn a city break to Dubrovnik, your days of sightseeing and waterfront dining will roll into evenings of open-air concerts and wine bar hopping. Further north, pretty Pula’s famous Roman ruins and beautiful knockout beaches, are flavoured with a spritz of Italian-inspired dolce vita. The city of Split is simply stunning. Its historic heart is a showcase of medieval mastery at Diocletian Palace but it reveals a cool, cosmopolitan side with its chic boutiques and playful bar scene by the sea.

Things to do in Croatia outdoors

Croatia Lake HolidaysCroatia has no shortage of stunning natural scenes but the Plitvice Lakes National Park is up there as the best. A striking expanse of fairy-tale forests and twinkling turquoise lakes, this UNESCO-protected area is one of the most beautiful natural wonders in the world. Gushing waterfalls cascading down the Korana River give way to stunning caves and fields of exotic orchids and wild animals, so there’ll be photo opportunities round every corner.