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Thanks to its Mediterranean climate, varied landscape and location on the Mediterranean Sea, Croatia is one of the most beautiful countries on the Adriatic.
As a member country of the European Union, EU citizens, Swiss and Canadians are allowed to visit Croatia without a visa for a tourist stay of less than three months. You only need to be in possession of a valid passport or identity card for EU citizens.
In the summer months of July/August, the climate is ideal for enjoying sunny days and summer temperatures. Spring is also great for exploring the Adriatic coast as the water is already warm enough for swimming.
Dubrovnik: An absolute must is a visit to the coastal city listed as a World Heritage Site! Immerse yourself in Croatian history as you stroll through the medieval streets and enjoy the unique flair.
Discover the Zadar archipelago, which consists of over 300 islands that you can reach by boat from Zadar. Enjoy relaxing days on the beach and swim in the crystal clear water.
Croatia is also home to many natural paradises that invite you to go on long hikes, such as the Plitvice Park. Here you can be enchanted by the beauty of the waterfalls and the emerald green lakes. In Krka Park, on the other hand, you can enjoy a refreshing swim in front of a dreamlike backdrop of waterfalls.
Hvar is a beautiful contrast to this: Here, the exuberant atmosphere is reminiscent of the lively St. Tropez in the south of France!
Croatia is a family-friendly destination and offers numerous activities and plenty of entertainment for children. Beautiful beaches with excellent infrastructure, numerous playgrounds and reduced entrance fees for sightseeing make Croatia a destination that is especially popular among families.
The little ones can admire the beauty of Croatia's well-preserved underwater world while snorkelling. Children also get their money's worth in the nature parks. Here they can discover the country's unique flora and fauna in a playful way.