Croatia: Places to Explore

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  • Central Dalmatia

    Central Dalmatia is more mountainous, wild, and unexploited than the northern coastal regions. And while tourist facilities may be less sophisticated than in Istria and Kvarner, Dalmatia's rugged limestone... Read more

  • Istria

    The word conjures something magical as it rolls off the tongue: Istria. Beyond sounding poetic, however, the name of this region of Croatia is derived from the name of the Illyrian people who occupied... Read more

  • Kvarner

    The Kvarner Gulf is a large, deep bay with the Istrian peninsula to the north and Dalmatia to the south. Four major islands, Cres, Krk, Lošinj, and Rab, along with numerous smaller specks of land, fill... Read more

  • Northern Dalmatia

    Where exactly does Northern Dalmatia begin? Zadar may be the region's cultural and urban capital—it is, after all, the first sizeable city you encounter in Dalmatia on your way south from Zagreb or Rijeka—but... Read more

  • Southern Dalmatia

    The highlight of Southern Dalmatia is undoubtedly the majestic walled city of Dubrovnik, from 1358 to 1808 a rich and powerful independent republic, which exerted its economic and cultural influence over... Read more

  • Zagreb

    Zagreb has emerged as a tourist destination in recent years, and much of its success has to do with the country's spectacular Adriatic coast—beautiful medieval towns, crystal-clear azure waters, and, of... Read more

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