by Judith Burns
Croatia is a new hotspot for holidaymakers, and Istria one of its highlights. Try flying into Trieste, Italy and enjoy 4 countries in 1 day on your trip into Croatia!
Fifteen years ago, the Croatian capital was in the middle of a war. Now Zagreb is booming and tourists are starting to rediscover its elegant boulevards, ornate architecture and cafe society
According to local legend, Marco Polo was born in Korčula and chose to enjoy his twilight years there. It's easy to see how this lovely Croatian island could have captivated the great adventurer
From its maze of medieval streets to its picturesque harbour setting, the Croatian town of Trogir offers a sense of solace and serenity that's a world away from sweaty flip-flop destinations
Want to eat and drink your way around Croatia? Then here's where you should go
by Simonseeks Special Features
The second largest city in the region of Dalmatia, Split offers an abundance of Roman ruins, beautiful beaches and Croatian seafood dishes, fresh from the Adriatic
For a chance to explore the Croatian road less traveled, stay at a secluded campsite on the beautiful Hvar island, where adventure travellers are well rewarded for their efforts!
It doesn’t get the attention its better-known Dalmatian neighbours enjoy. But it’s easy to see why Krk’s landscapes and light have given the island its nickname of the golden one
Head away from the Dubrovnik crowds and you'll discover that Byron's 'pearl of the Adriatic' moniker applies equally well to Dalmatia’s largest city, Split
The sea is crystal clear, the scenery beautiful and the food fantastic - Tina Walsh reckons Croatia's northern coast is a step better than the Med