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Published : Jun, 2023

Sites and attractions | High budget | Outdoor Activities
Cruises | Diocletian’s Palace | Dubrovnik | Hvar | Jet ski safari | Kayaking | Panoramic flights | Plitvice Lakes National Park | Split | Zadar | Ziplining
Find out what it's like to experience a private and gay friendly luxury cruise in Croatia.

Disclaimer: this is a guest post by the gay-friendly company: Visiting Croatia.

Croatia has blossomed massively over the past few years as a touristic destination as more and more people have discovered how gorgeous this Balkan country truly is.

For those on a EuroTrip, we think it’s a must, particularly the many islands. This is where you'll find some of the best hidden Mediterranean beaches, along with stunning scenery and delicious fresh seafood. Tip: Be sure to check out our guide to the best upcoming gay cruises for more inspiration!

The best way to experience the islands of Croatia is aboard a 4-8 day private luxury gay cruise.

Published : Jun, 2023

Nature and wildlife
Adriatic Sea | Dalmatia | Motovun & Grožnjan | Rovinj | Istria | cable car up Mt. Srd | Orebić o | Pelješac | Korčula | Vis | Blue Cave | kayak to Pakleni Islands | Diocletian’s Palace-UNESCO site | Riva | Šibenik | Krka N. Park | Plitvice Lakes N. Park | Trsteno Arboretum | Zagreb | Zadar | Hvar | Split | Dubrovnik
I’m so excited to share this with you! Croatia is one of the best places in the world to visit in the summer months, where you can enjoy spectacular coastline, bright turquoise water, beautiful cities, and so much more.

I’ve been exploring Croatia extensively for more than a decade and even won Croatia’s top travel writing award for foreigners, the Golden Pen Grand Prix, in 2021. This is a country that has meant a lot to me for a long time, and I love helping my readers plan Croatia trips...

Published : Apr, 2023

Any price accom | Any food | Cultural Activities | Nature and wildlife
Dubrovnik | Split | Safety Tips | Pag Island | "Land of Thousand Islands" | Motovun Istria | Rastoke Slunj | Trakošćan Castle - Zagorje | Arboretum Trsteno | Hvar Island
Croatia is a stunning country that’s known for its beautiful beaches with turquoise water, stunning architecture, rich cultural heritage, and of course Game of Thrones tours.

While major tourist destinations like Dubrovnik, Split, and Hvar attract a lot of visitors (because they are amazing indeed), there are some hidden spots in Croatia that you might want to check out too.

Published : May, 2021

Sites and attractions | Cultural Activities | Nature and wildlife
Dubrovnik | Split | Zadar | Zagreb | Plitvice Natl. Park
If you haven’t been to Croatia yet you should really stick it on your bucket list ASAP. Unless you’re not really into blissful sunshine, golden beaches, and delicious food. In that case, don’t bother. But, assuming that actually you are not an alien and you love all of the aforementioned, then you should really go.

Croatia has long been a favorite with holiday-makers from all over the world. It has just the right balance of modernity and antiquity that makes it beautiful without being overwhelming...