Croatia

Holiday Guide to Croatia – All Inclusive

Quick Details

  • Flight time: 2 – 2.5 hours from UK
  • Time difference: Ahead of UK by one hour
  • Language: Croatian
  • Currency: kuna

At a Glance

  • More than 1,100 tiny islands
  • Blessed with an amazing coastline
  • Known as a destination with good entertainment
  • July and august are the peak seasons

Having recently turned up on the holiday radar, all inclusive Croatia has become a popular tourist destination. Boasting of a beautiful landscape and steeped in charming history, Croatia is a paradise. If you’re looking for a beach holiday with expansive beaches, glistening waters and historical treasures; then it’s got to be cheap all inclusive holidays in Croatia. The area is divided into two parts- the Dubrovnik region and the Dalmatian coast. In the Dubrovnik region, there’s the pretty seaside village of Cavtat and the famous all inclusive Dubrovnik holidays to be visited. While, the Dalmatian coast is up on the map; blessed with a dramatic coastline, pretty resorts and the UNESCO Roman city of Split.

Beach:

Croatia is as famous for its beautiful beaches as it is for its heritage. Holidays all inclusive in Croatia are blessed with an amazing coastline. You get approximately 1,770 kilometres of stunning coastline along with 1,185 islands that float in the sea. Each island is prettier than the next. You have places like Porec, Rovinj and Makarska Riviera white soft white sandy and soft pebbled beaches which are backed by lush palm trees and have a few cafes and restaurants lined at the back.

Nightlife:

Croatia is well known as a party destination all year round but, it’s hard to pinpoint just one place on the map that gets the party scene pulsating. There are lots of places on holidays in Croatia that boast of a rollicking night scene. During peak summer season, the islands of Pag and all inclusive in Hvar are the place to be. The vibrant and fun-filled atmosphere during the summer months and parties that go on all night long are the highlight of the summer season. While, in the winters the big cities of Split, Rijeka, Zadar and Zagreb are in full party mode.

When to go:

Croatia’s warm sunny weather is one of the main reasons for its popularity. The climate on Croatia holidays is divided into two- with the coastline enjoying a Mediterranean climate with warm summers and mild winters and inland being a Continental weather with slightly hotter summers and cold winters. If you’re planning a trip to Croatia, then July and august are the peak seasons and the best time to visit if you’re looking for a good value all inclusive holiday. Spring is also a great time to visit Croatia for the nature lovers and those interested in exploring the region.

Croatia Weather

April 53°F
May 61°F
June 67°F
July 72°F
Aug 72°F
Sept 66°F
Oct 57°F
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