Split

At a glance

  • Visit the Spoonza Palace in Dubrovnik
  • Discover Split’s medieval history
  • Swim in the cobalt waters around the Pakleni islets

Croatia holidays

Croatia combines a fiery blend of glamour and tradition with a stunning backdrop of rolling hillsides and lush forestry, hemmed by the lapping waters of the azure Adriatic Sea.

Croatia combines a blend of glamour and tradition set against a stunning backdrop of rolling hillsides and rich green forests, all hemmed by the crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic Sea. Here, you can explore over 120 miles of coastline overlooking more than 1000 Adriatic islands from popular seaside destinations such as Split, Dubrovnik, Hvar and Rovinj.

  • Island hop in style aboard the MS Splendid or MS Captain Bota to see the best of the coastline
  • Head inland for adventure activities such as hiking, abseiling, paragliding and canoeing
  • We recommend hiring a car to see the best of the coastal resorts
  • The Plitvice Lakes are a must-see - intricately connected lakes, waterways and waterfalls
  • Don't miss Dubrovink - particularly the marbled streets of the walled city

Good to know

Time difference:

GMT + 1 hour

Capital:

Zagreb

Currency:

Kuna

Flying time to destination:

2½-2¾ hours depending on the destination.

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When to visit

Jan 10°c
Feb 11°c
Mar 14°c
Apr 18°c
May 24°c
Jun 27°c
Jul 29°c
Aug 30°c
Sep 24°c
Oct 20°c
Nov 14°c
Dec 9°c
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