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Croatia Holidays

Discover why Croatia has become one of our top sun destinations. With a wonderful coastline, delicious fresh cuisine, unique history, rich culture and friendly locals, Croatia is a serious competitor to the traditional Mediterranean destinations. 

Croatia is a breathtaking country situated along the Adriatic Sea in Eastern Europe. With over 1000 islands, rugged mountain terrain, translucent turquoise waters, striking coastal cities like Dubrovnik and Poreč, it’s no wonder why Croatia is so popular with holidaymakers.

Its cities, villages and countryside reveal remnants of Imperial Rome, the Venetian trade and more recent Balkan history. Formerly part of Yugoslavia, Croatia officially became independent in 1991 and whilst the infamous war greatly affected tourism during this dark time, this little country has since emerged to become one of the top destinations in Europe.

A Dubrovnik holiday has something for everyone with its beautifully preserved historic old town with Gothic and Renaissance buildings overlooking the coast. Explore Croatia’s Adriatic Coast, which has been welcoming holidaymakers for decades, but the region remains relatively untouched from mass tourism, so you can experience the unique Croatian culture and lifestyle. Charming villages and three of Croatia’s most attractive coastal towns, Pula, Rovinj and Poreč, await discovery. Visit Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast and experience the beauty of the Sibenik Riviera. The surrounding region is home to beautifully preserved historic towns, sleepy offshore islands and some of Croatia’s most impressive national parks.

On our Croatia tours, we’ll explore its remarkable coasts, beautiful islands and idyllic towns. We’ll visit important culture sites with an expert, local guide to give us the history of the region and enjoy plenty of leisure time to relax and soak up the sun or dive into the stunning waters of the Adriatic Sea. Whether you choose to visit the country on its own, or pair it with other Adriatic countries like Italy and Slovenia, we have a selection of tours to suit every need.

All our holidays to Croatia include return flights, with departures from Dublin, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Bristol, accommodation, transfers and exciting excursions led by local, expert guides, so all you’ll need to worry about is which of our fantastic holidays to choose!

Unwind in Captivating Croatia

From Dubrovnik to the Dalmatian Coast

Savour the rich culture & history

Experience stunning coastlines

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Select A Guided Holiday To Croatia

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€799pp

Croatia

Discover Dubrovnik

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7

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3 & 4
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€949pp €929pp

Croatia

Croatia's Adriatic Coast

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7

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3 & 4
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€919pp €899pp

Croatia

Croatia's Dalmatian Coast

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7

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4
Half Board

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€1,329pp €1,269pp

Italy, Croatia, Slovenia

Venice, Lake Bled & Croatia

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7

Nights

4
Half Board

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Croatia

Croatian Islands Cruises including Dubrovnik & Split

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9

Nights

3 & 4
Half Board (+1)

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€879pp

Croatia

Discover Dubrovnik - Solo Traveller

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7

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3
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Croatia Tour Highlights

  • Explore Dubrovnik’s walled Old Town, with entrance to the Franciscan Monastery and City Cathedral included.
  • Experience a full day boat trip to the Elaphiti Islands.
  • Visit the island of Korcula and take a scenic drive along the Peljesac peninsula. 
  • Enjoy a boat tour to Rovinj, taking in the small harbour town of Vrsar & the bay of Lim. 
  • Discover the historic coastal towns of Split and Trogir. 
  • Take a guided tour of Pula and see the iconic Roman Amphitheatre.

Looking for something a little more active? Our sister brand TD active Holidays offers a Croatia walking holiday and yoga escape. 

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Top Tourist Attractions In Croatia

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Dubrovnik Old Town

One of the best preserved medieval towns in the world, surrounded by impressive defensive walls overlooking the Adriatic. With our local guides you can learn more about the Old Town’s fascinating history and even just wandering through the streets is a true delight. 

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Korcula Island

One of the excursions you can enjoy on our Dubrovnik holidays is a visit to Korcula Island. The dense woods led the original Greek settlers to call the island Korkyra Melaina. Korčula impresses with its rolling hills, indented coves and a walled old town that resembles a miniature Dubrovnik. 

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Diocletian's Palace

While it’s called a palace, which was built for the Roman Emperor Diocletian, the structure is so large it forms almost half of Split’s Old Town. A UNESCO Heritage Site, it’s one of the best examples of Roman architecture. 

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St. Michael’s Fortress, Sibenik

Located on a hill, 70 meters above sea level, the tower is visible from everywhere in the town and is the oldest inhabited part of Sibenik. It has been rebuilt several times, including after an incident where a lighting strike caused an explosion.   

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Pula Arena

Constructed during the reign of Emperor Vespasian, at the same time as the Colosseum in Rome around 100 BC. Many gladiator fights were held in front of over 20,000 spectators and later in the Middle Ages, it was used by the Knights of Malta for tournaments.     

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Motovun

The medieval town of Motovun in northern Istria is perhaps one of the most famous and charming places in the region. Located on the hilltop, the town watches over the valley of the River Mirna. For centuries, tourists have been coming to Motovun to discover the history within its walls and appreciate the natural beauty of the valley.


Useful Information For Your Holiday To Croatia

To make your holiday as smooth as possible, we've outlined some general information that may be helpful to you when planning your next trip to Croatia. 

Weather In Croatia

The Croatian climate is characterised by warm and dry summers and mild winters. 

Time Zone & Currency

Croatia is 1 hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) throughout the year. The currency used is the Croatian Kuna (HRK)

Food & Drink In Croatia

Croatian cuisine is largely based on local, seasonal produce, with hearty meat dishes and grilled fish and seafood, accompanied by vegetables and cooked with fruity olive oil and aromatic herbs. Croatia also has a coffee culture to rival that of its near neighbour, Italy.

Reading For Your Trip

  • April’s Fools Day by Josip Novakovich
  • The Sound of Blue by Holly Payne
  • Interception by Nathan Meyer

 


Croatia Holiday FAQs

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