Croatia Travel Guide
With 1,778 km (1,111 mi) of coastline and more than a thousand islands (66 of which are inhabited), Croatia is one of Europe's most beautiful seaside destinations. Backed by undulating green hills to the north and dramatic mountains to the south, the emerald-blue waters are presided over by a series of finely preserved, walled medieval towns, packed with Venetian monuments. Croatia's calm blue sea, majestic mountains, and lovingly preserved historical buildings belie a checkered past. Like its Balkan neighbors, the country has a history shadowed by conflict and political strife.
Cities in Croatia
Parks and Preserves in Croatia
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