Late Deals to Croatia

Last minute holidays to Croatia will find you sandwiched in between Slovenia and Bosnia in the south eastern Balkan region of Europe, an area of overflowing natural beauty and fast becoming a firm favourite with British holidaymakers.

Croatia Deals

Low Availability

Tirena Sunny Hotel

Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik and Islands, Croatia

(912)

7 Nights

2nd May 2021

Half Board

London Gatwick - Direct

Based On Twin Room

Low Availability

Bluesun Neptun

Tucepi, Dalmatian Coast and Islands, Croatia

(491)

7 Nights

3rd May 2021

All Inclusive

Manchester - Direct

Based On Annexe Double Room

Last Minute Holidays to Croatia

Lush green islands interrupt secluded bays creating miles and miles of beautiful coastline. With commercial airports in Dubrovnik, Pula and Split to name but a few, there are plenty of different areas to explore.

Base yourself in a self catering property or choose one of the many modern hotels. You can also opt to stay all inclusive in areas such as Porec. A great way of absorbing the country and its fabulous sights is to visit the various islands using the extensive ferry network.

Fishing is also a favourite pastime here or if you’re feeling active then there’s a range of exciting activities available from mountain biking to scuba diving. Dubrovnik is a must visit destination brimming in history with its 7th century town and old palaces.


Currency: Croatian Kuna

Language: Croatian

Time Difference: GMT +1

Population: Approx 4407000

Religion: Roman Catholic

Regions

Cavtat

Cavtat holidays are perfect for those seeking a romantic and idyllic setting for a quiet and peaceful holiday away from the hustle and bustle of home.

Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik holidays will find you in a perfectly preserved medieval city, step back in time as you wander the steep, narrow cobbled streets and marble covered squares past gurgling fountains and uncover Dubrovnik's fascinating history.

Korcula

Korcula holidays feature lush green countryside, secluded coves, splendid restaurants and fine local wines. Located just off the coast of Croatia in the Adriatic Sea, this stunning island offers beautiful stretches of sand interspersed with secluded pebbled coves and unspoilt tranquil bays.

Plat

Plat holidays offer a tiny oasis of peace and tranquillity in stunning wooded bay. Situated on the south coast of Croatia near the beautiful city of Dubrovnik, the resort of Plat is unspoilt and is ideal for those wanting glorious sunshine and total relaxation.

Porec

Porec holidays lead you to a popular and charming town on the North West coast of the increasingly popular Croatia. At just forty five minutes from the airport Porec is the most popular resort on the Istrian Riviera and has a perfect location for not only exploring the local area but to see the other countries on the Adriatic Sea.

Pula

Pula holidays will find you in the north of Croatia near the base of the Istrian Peninsula. Pula boasts a tremendous coastline that varies from long stretches of pebbled sand to rocky coves, secluded bays and attractive promenades.

Rabac

Rabac holidays will whisk you away to a pretty bay in the Istria region of Croatia. Originally a fishing village, the harbour and the town has maintained considerable charm and character. Due to the white pebble beaches, stunning turquoise waters and lush vegetation Rabac has gained the nickname as the 'Pearl of the Adriatic'.

Rovinj

Rovinj holidays will take you to a beautiful Croatian resort in the North West of the Istria region. This walled town is home to postcard views and is a truly beautiful resort perfect for exploring.

Location

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Immaculate beaches and picture postcard villages

Holidays to Croatia have a romantic, rather than a hectic nightlife in the tourist resorts. Evenings can be spent drifting along the charming promenades and dining in the numerous welcoming pavement cafes and tavernas. The warm, crystalline waters are safe for bathing making Croatia holidays a fantastic destination for families with children too.

Approximately four fifths of the country’s population is Roman Catholic, shaping Croatian culture just like the national football team manages to do.

Food is a particular passion here also, where an amazing array of local fresh fish are caught and traditionally cooked in olive oil. For meat lovers, try the ‘Pasticada’ which is a local speciality of beef and strips of bacon. Italian influence is also apparent here as pasta dishes are also extremely popular.

Somewhat surprisingly Croatian wine is an absolute treat too, helping to wash down all of the indulgent food! If its picture postcard villages with immaculate beaches you are looking for, or if rural retreats appeal, or maybe bustling medieval towns where you can soak up all of its history and atmosphere, then Croatia is for you.

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Places to Visit

Elaphiti Islands

Step back in time as you visit this archipelago of citrus covered plantations with pine clad hills and soft sandy beaches. Men play cards at pavement cafes and the women sit on the porch and sew.

Plitvice Lakes

The largest National Park in Croatia and a coveted UNESCO World Heritage Site, waterfalls at Plitvice Lakes cascade from one pool to the next in a nature lover’s paradise.

Pula

You’d be excused here for thing that you’d arrived in Rome when you visit Pula. It’s enormous Roman Amphitheatre rival the Coliseum and you wouldn’t even bat an eyelid if a wandering gladiator passed by.