Let us write something about adventure in Croatia, about our beautiful small country for a great activity holiday.

Get to know adventure in Croatia from a different angle, where mountains and the Pannonian plains come together in a unique blend of natural beauty. Within just over a hundred kilometers, you can experience an exciting range of different landscapes. Located in the South of Central Europe, Croatia is easy to reach by all means of transport: air, car, bus, train, or ferry lines from most countries. Besides enjoying your favorite outdoor activities you will love other things as well.

Adventure in Croatia is safe for travelers

St. Marko church in Zagreb

As the hostile war activities ended in 1996, Croatia again became a very safe country for travelers. While a low crime rate makes it one of the safest places for visitors. Although a small country, Croatia has a rich variety of beautiful landscapes and preserved natural areas from mountains to plains, from rivers to the sea with a long and rich history.

Croatia is alive with well-preserved old towns, castles, palaces, monuments, and native architecture. Together with the tradition, folklore, art scenes, and music, Croatia is a unique and exotic place to discover. The industry is not big here and it has had little impact on the environment. Food is mostly organically grown and drinking water is of very good quality. Even water in rivers and wells is drinkable. Friendly, fun-loving people and their easy-going lifestyle will make your stay a very pleasant one.


Mreznica river Croatia

The Adriatic coast is undoubtedly the most popular tourist destination

With one of the most indented coastlines in Europe and its 1,185 islands and islets, of which only 66 are inhabited. Continental Croatia, however, also abounds in beauty: it is a land of forests, rivers rich in fish, swift mountain streams and deep gorges of Gorski Kotar, and the magnificent Plitvice Lakes in Lika. It is a land of golden wheat fields, oak woods, and wide rivers of Slavonia and Baranja, a land of quaint little villages, romantic castles and manors, and picturesque rolling hills and vineyards of the Croatian Zagorje.

We invite you to discover and enjoy the beauties of Croatia, its mild climate, crystal clear, warm sea water, beautiful beaches, virgin nature, combined with rich history and cultural heritage, delicious cuisine and good wines, and above all, warm and friendly people.


Some general facts about Croatia:

  • Location: Central / South Europe
  • Capital: Zagreb
  • Official language: Croatian
  • Affiliation: EU and NATO member
  • Size: 56,594 km2
  • Population: 4,174,349
  • Time zone: UTC +1
  • Drives on the: Right
  • Calling code:+385
  • Currency: Croatian Kuna (HRK)
  • Power supply: 220V / 50 Hz
  • Predominant religion: Roman Catholicism

Emergency numbers:

  • Search and Rescue: 112
  • Police: 192
  • Fire department: 193
  • Ambulance: 194