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Sunny Skies and Sapphire Waters

Croatia lies on the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea. 1,244 islands, islets, stacks and reefs. 3,900 miles of coastline. Sunny Mediterranean climate on the coast. It’s no wonder Croatia has become so popular! But lucky for us, it still feels a little undiscovered, in the very best way. Split, a port that wears the influence of centuries of great Western civilizations very well—Greeks, Romans, Croatian royalty, the Byzantines, Venetians, Austrians, and Italians have all claimed this city for themselves. The Dalmatian Coast and Dubrovnik are home to beautiful churches, fountains, monasteries, and palaces. Steeped in history with a distinct modern edge, Zagreb is vibrant and exciting, everything a European capital should be. With its sparkling azure waters, and extraordinary coastline, Croatia is a haven for water-loving adventure seekers. The rest of its charms make it a pleasant harbor for everyone else.

Fast facts
  • Croatia is home to 4.29 million people.
  • Official language is Croatian.
  • Croatia borders Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Slovenia and the Adriatic Sea. 
  • Croatia was once a socialist federal unit of Yugoslavia, ruled by Communists. Croatia declared independence in 1991.

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