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Ten of the Top Destinations in Croatia

Quality private accommodation all over Croatia awaits you, and we at PSH Croatia are happy to help you with your Croatian apartment or villa rental for the season, but where are the top ten destinations for this year? Enjoy our overview of 10 of the hottest places to visit this summer.

 

Dubrovnik – Known as the Pearl of the Adriatic and a World Heritage Site, Dubrovnik needs no introduction – it is simply one of the most stunning tourist destinations in the world. Don't miss a walk around its impregnable old city walls, a stroll down Stradun or the cable car ride for astonishing views above the city. Dubrovnik is filled with great accommodation options, from renovated luxury stone rentals in the old town, to more modern apartments. Something for everyone. And if you are a Game of Thrones fan, don't miss the tours of the filming locations.

 

Korčula – The birthplace of Marko Polo, after a few moments in Korcula Old Town and one begins to wonder why he felt the need to travel from such a picture perfect destination. Sometimes called a mini-Dubrovnik, apartment rentals in the old town help visitors to experience the magic of the town's rich history. Korcula is an island of wine, and it especially famous for its whites – Pošip and the almost unpronounceable Grk – while the short ferry ride to Orebić on the Pelješac Peninsula is a great connection to the mainland and Dubrovnik.

 

Hvar – Famous as the lavender island, the sunniest in all Europe and the only island in the world with four UNESCO heritages, Hvar is considered Croatia's premier island, and is the birthplace of organised tourism in Europe in 1868. Hvar Town is the party place, but also a town of culture and great gastronomy. Rent an apartment in the old town to be in the thick of the action, or perhaps a beach-front villa in the quieter suburbs will help you enjoy the spectacular water of this magical island.

 

Brač – The largest of the Dalmatian islands, Brac is famous for its white stone, and the stone can be found on famous buildings around the world, such as The White House in Washington. The top destination on the island is Bol, with its iconic beach at Zlatni Rat, and sailors head to the pretty port of Milna. Private accommodation is plentiful on Brač, but you are advised to book ahead.

 

Split – Once known as the Gateway to the Islands, Split is starting to rival Dubrovnik as Dalmatia's top coastal tourist destination. Life is centred on the retirement home of a Roman Emperor, Diocletian's Palace, which is the liveliest old town in Croatia, with more than 4000 inhabitants. Private accommodation has mushroomed in the palace in recent years, as historic old buildings have been converted to luxury and cheap tourist accommodation.

 

Vis – Vis is for many the most beautiful of the Croatian islands, with its stunning beaches, isolated location and rich heritage. It is here that cricket in Europe originated more than 200 years ago, and the island has a rich British military history spanning several centuries. Don't miss the special military tour of the submarine bases of this once-closed island, and the private rental options include some great stone villas for hire.

 

Mali Lošinj – Further up the coast, the pick of Croatia's many picturesque islands is Mali Losinj, whose innovative tourist board consistently win awards, the most recent of which was third place at the World Innovation Tourism Awards in Brazil. Nature and beaches aplenty, with quality private accommodation to match.

 

Istria – The Istrian peninsula is one of Croatia's most important tourism regions, as well it's one of the most diverse. Choose from the spectacular Roman Amphitheatre in Pula and historic old towns such as Rovinj, or head inland to the pretty hilltop villages such as Motovun, and indulge in the famous Istrian gastronomy and wine, for this is truffle country. As Croatia's most developed tourism regions, the rental options for good private apartments and villa rentals are plentiful.

 

Zagreb – Recently named as a candidate for the coolest capital city in Europe, Zagreb is undergoing a tourism renaissance since joining the EU last year, and more people are renting apartments in the capital before heading down to the coast. Enjoy the historic and compact centre, and do check out its most unusual cultural attraction, the Museum of Broken Relationships.

 

Varaždin – While the coast may attract most of Croatia's tourists, inland Croatia is becoming more interesting for visitors, and the city of Varazdin was named top destination in continental Croatia in 2014, with its delightful old town and castles and fine Baroque tradition. Located just an hour from Zagreb, it can be visited on a day trip, or explore at your leisure via several private accommodation options.

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