Croatia lies at the intersection of Central Europe, the Mediterranean, and the Balkans. The country’s long coastline is simply stunning. The more than 1,185 small islands have earned Croatia a moniker as “the country of a thousand islands.” At the world-famous Plitvice Lake, 16 natural lakes connect together and calcium carbonate deposits give the water fabulous greenish blue hues. It is a memorizing natural landscape.
The Dalmatian Coast, a place of extraordinary beauty on the Adriatic Sea. When most people think of Croatia, this is what comes to mind. Well this and of course Luka Modri?, the World Cup, and Game of Thrones. Croatia is often overshadowed by its neighbor across the Adriatic; however, travelers in the know have long recognized the region’s beauty, history, and culture. If you’re looking for a European adventure but don’t fancy traditional destinations in the West, you certainly cannot go wrong in Croatia.