Our tourist maps

Mother Nature has been kind to Croatia. The Plitvice Lakes National Park is a magical natural environment with breathtaking waterfalls and wooden paths leading through forests of beech, spruce, pine and fir trees. The Kopački Rit swamp is a natural habitat to over 300 species of birds such as white-tailed sea eagles, imperial eagles, storks and purple herons. You can also find deer, wild boar, marsh turtles and snakes. Travelling to Croatia is the opportunity to visit the cultural sites in the fortified city of Dubrovnik, classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. A detour via Zadar is also the chance to discover the country's historical and cultural heritage. You can also catch a music festival or visit the Zrinjevac Botanical Garden designed by the architect Nikol. The Saint James cathedral in Sibenik and the Euphrasian basilica in Porec are also important sites to visit. A holiday in Croatia will leave you with everlasting memories.

Region map

Discover Croatia, a country bordering the Adriatic Sea, made up of thousands of tiny islands and and natural wonders. With over a thousand miles of coastline, this country will delight all beach-lovers. Croatia has a rich culture and deep-rooted traditions that you can learn about in one of the many museums that are in Split, Dalmatia and Zagreb. Inland, you can explore the natural landscapes and go hiking through the mountains, past lakes and waterfalls.

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Overview of 6 tourist regions

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Continental Croatia is home to the country's capital: Zagreb. The rest of the land is a haven of peace with its many hills, vineyards and medieval towns. The ideal place to relax and take a breath of fresh air.

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Istria and Kvaner

Surrounded by crystal clear waters, the Istrian region bears lush green vegetation. Also looking out onto the sea is the cooler, cloudier region of Kvaner that attracts cycling enthusiasts from all over the world.

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A little piece of paradise for nature lovers offering a range of beautiful landscapes: mountains, rivers, gorges, caves and lakes. There are plenty of national parks to visit but the Plitvice National Park is not to be missed!

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Northern Dalmatia

Journey into the heart of the country to discover the beauty of Croatia's cultural heritage with countless cathedrals and churches to visit. Further down south of the Sibenik region, water lovers will fall in love with the spectacular waterfalls, reefs and lakes in the Kornati islands.

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With a culture still influenced by ancient myths and traditions, the region of Slavonia is crossed by three rivers: the Sava, the Drava and the Danube. Wrongfully overlooked by tourists, it's a great place to explore the region's natural wonders and taste some delicious local food.

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Southern Dalmatia

Split and Dubrovnik are both good starting points when you're travelling to Croatia. Two pearls of the Adriatic that have attracted kings, artists and emperors for centuries, no doubt thanks to its magical surroundings.

*According to the geographic breakdown of thetraveler.net

Attractions maps

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Routes and distances maps

Croatia is easily accessed by plane, boat or car. The flight from Paris is approximately two hours to Dubrovnik or Split, both good starting points for your holiday. The modern motorways and large network of buses will get you to almost any city in the country. Watch out for the locals as they tend to be surprisingly dangerous drivers. A highly efficient ferry service will get you from one island to another.

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