When visiting Croatia, many people usually aim for the larger cities, such as Zagreb, Split or Dubrovnik but the true beauty of Croatian culture hides in small towns. Neat beaches, clear sea, excellent Mediterranean cuisine and the hospitality of the locals – what else do you need for a perfect vacation?
Of Croatia’s 3,600 miles of glimmering coastline, the most famous (and touristed) stretch is its southernmost region: the Dalmatian Coast, where dramatic limestone cliffs rise from the deep, and islands are scattered just offshore (the most appealing are Hvar and Korčula). Here you’ll find Croatia’s top tourist town, Dubrovnik, and the big city of Split, with its impressive Roman ruins.
These are other trips.