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What to do in Croatia in 2017? Where to go and what to see? What to eat & drink? Where to book accommodation?

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Why is Croatia the hottest holiday destination in 2017?

Travel to Croatia has never been as hot as it is right now and it seems the world’s media agree, with Travel and Leisure magazine readers declaring Croatia the best global destination for 2016, the city of Zadar winning the best European Destination and the stunning Stiniva beach winning the best beach in Europe.



The world's lust for Croatia will continue in 2017 and is looking like breaking all the records set in 2016 with more flights than ever before into the country and a tourism offer which goes beyond the traditional summer season. That begs the next question.


What should you do in Croatia in 2017?

First-time visitors should absolutely start with the destinations that have made Croatia a global superstar that is Dubrovnik, Split, Zadar and Hvar to name a few. In fact, the entire Adriatic coast with its dazzling islands and crystal clear sea will seduce you and have you returning many times over. With that in mind be sure to also visit Šibenik, Opatija, and the sublime Makarska Riviera with its pristine pebbly beaches. When it comes to islands, don’t miss Brač, Vis, Mljet and the golden island of Krk.

Crystal clear sea, Dugi otok, Croatia


The food and wine capital of the Croatia is undoubtedly Istria. The 2016 winner of the Flos Olei best olive oil region in the world, not only has the best olive oil but superb wines, with the standout out being Malvasia, innovative restaurants, and its where you’ll find the highly sought after tartufi bianco (white truffle). In addition, Istria is dotted with charming hilltop medieval towns like Buzet and Groznjan and historic coastal cities like Rovinj, Pula and Novigrad which will surely impress you.

Olive oil in Croatia, photo by


If it’s a more natural setting you’re after then explore one of Croatia’s 8 National Parks. The magical UNESCO-listed Plitvice Lakes National Park is not to be missed with its 16 interconnected lakes along with Krka waterfalls, Kornati Islands and Paklenica National Parks. These national parks will take you from the sea through to soaring mountains and provide a plethora of activities for active holiday enthusiasts.


While most of the tourism activity is primarily focussed on coastal Croatia, there has been significant growth and interest from discerning travellers in continental Croatia. Start out with the fresh capital Zagreb, with its unique museums, chic café culture and one of Europe’s best Christmas markets. Beyond the capital, other impressive destinations include the rolling hills of Zagorje and its numerous thermal spas, the baroque town of Varaždin and the mountainous region of Gorski Kotar.

Varaždin, photo by


Zagorje gastronomy


Where to find accommodation in Croatia?

Croatia is a country of diversity with unique regions which offer something for foodies, history buffs, nature lovers, and those who just love relaxing in the sun by the sea. Once you’ve decided your 2017 Croatian destination, you’ll need some accommodation. Contact us here at PSH Croatia where we can assist you in finding that perfect apartment, villa our house for your ultimate Croatian vacation.


Apartments Ivišić - Pakoštane
Apartments Ivišić - Pakoštane
Apartments Oklopčić - Čiovo
Apartments Oklopčić - Čiovo
Villa STINA - Seget Vranjica
Villa STINA - Seget Vranjica
Villa Elizabet (12 km from Poreč)
Villa Elizabet (12 km from Poreč)