I feel we are all island in a common sea

I feel we are all island in a common sea, Croatia is a country of 1000 islands and 2000 km of coastline known for its pristine nature, crystal clear sea, local specialties, olive oil, and wine.

Remarkably, just 48 are inhabited, giving you every chance to discover your very own desert island.

Oh, Adriatic Sea… so many ways to describe you!

The Adriatic… a sea of power and intimacy, a sea that captures the real essence of beauty, and a sea that is truly breathtaking, to say the least!

Besides being the home for holding over 1,000 islands, this endless horizon of blue will SOAK your mind!

These waters shimmer and intoxicate you with its crystal clear blue!

Just take a jump in and feel the splash of the most perfect temperature. You’ll want to do nothing more than relax and float around this enormous pool that we call a sea.

The best thing to do is experience it’s beauty up close and personal… float in a boat, take a dip, snorkel with fish, gaze upon dolphins, and fall in total love with the sunsets!

There are so many adventurous activities on the sea you can partake in from Croatia. So, take a closer look and capture nature’s marvels.

 

Tips for Visiting Croatia

 

1. Visit in the shoulder season: The best time to visit Croatia is in the shoulder season, between April and June, or September and October. The weather is milder than in peak summer, but you’ll still be able to enjoy all the outdoor activities that make Croatia so special.

2. Rent a car: Croatia is a large country with plenty to see, so renting a car is the best way to get around. You’ll be able to explore at your own pace and see some amazing scenery along the way.

3. Stay in a small town or village: To really experience Croatian culture, stay in a small town or village rather than a city. This will give you a chance to interact with locals and learn about their way of life.

4. Sample the local food and wine: Croatian food and wine are world-renowned, so be sure to sample as much as you can while you’re here! Try traditional dishes like ćevapi or strukli, washed down with some of the country’s excellent red wines.

5. Take advantage of free walking tours: Many cities in Croatia offer free walking tours led by knowledgeable local guides. This is a great way to learn about the history and culture of your chosen destination without spending any money.

Trust this: just a glimpse up close will amaze you! Don’t miss out on the Jadransko More (Croatian word for the Adriatic Sea)! This water will SPOIL YOU!

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