Croatia keeps gaining popularity among the tourists of Europe for its exquisite coasts. The beauty of the coasts goes back to the fact that they are barely touched by human influence. Tourist attractions in Croatia aren’t just limited on coasts, but Croatia also owns a vivid cultural background from the Roman and Venetian times.
Passionates of luxury and pampering would adore a visit to Sobra on the isle of Mljet where they will find a secluded beach and premium restaurants serving mouthwatering Croatian dishes. Another wonderful place to visit in Mljet is Croatia’s nationwide recreation area where prosperous woodlands are located. The area has a Benedictine monastery surrounded by a humongous salt water pond where visitors can take a swim or rent a vessel.
Admirers of art and history consider the small town of Rovinji a treasure with features dating back to the Roman period such as stone covered roads. The setting in Rovinji gives one the chance to enjoy a beautiful sunset. Yet the day doesn’t finish with the departure of the sun, as this town offers spectacular nightlife. Another great feature about this spot in Croatia is the proximity of it to Venice, Italy. Hence, one may ride a boat, ferry or bus to get to Venice in no time.
It is astonishing to know that bikers from Croatia and other places come to Hvar with their motorbikes and gears to ignore the seashores and bike through the island’s old streets. Visitors of Hvar can take pleasure in watching the breathtaking views of the sea and landscape from the peak near Grablje. Then, they can return to sea level and relish fresh fish in an open air restaurant in small Milna.
Wherever and whenever you go in Croatia, each visit proves to be a unique experience where you can fond out something new. Note that August is the busiest month and so prices during it are quite expensive.