What if we had to sum up Croatia in a few words? A mix of culture, authenticity, history, but also no less than 1,244 islands and islets and several kilometers of coastline. It is easy to understand why Croatian beaches are often in the ranking of the most beautiful beaches in Europe and the world! In this article you will find our selection of the best beaches in Croatia.
With its dreamy landscapes, historical heritage, amazing beaches, villages, Hvar island is one of the most beautiful islands in Croatia and is included among the ten most beautiful islands in the world. Discover this amazing island and its beauties by reading this article.
If you are looking for beautiful bays, hiking trails, natural bays and a simple and authentic experience, Vis island has all these characteristics! It is not the most famous island in Croatia, but it will delight you with its unspoiled nature, the most traditional countries and crystal clear waters. In this article, we will tell you everything you need to know about Vis, the authentic island.
Considered one of the most beautiful islands in Croatia and situated right in front of Split, the island of Brac is the ideal destination for families, sport and nature lovers. In this article you will find all our advice on the most beautiful places to discover and a selection of the most beautiful beaches on the island.
If you haven't booked your summer holiday yet, it's time to do it! Whether you are looking for an exotic destination, a place in the middle of nature or dream beaches, Filovent has selected for you the best places to sail to this summer!
Are you already thinking about your next holiday? Are you dreaming about wide open spaces and authentic landscapes? Pag island in Croatia is the ideal destination for you! This island with its lunar landscape, traditional houses, coves and the famous goat cheese will surprise you. We will reveal three good reasons to choose Pag island as your destination for your next holiday.
UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979, Plitvice Lakes National Park is an ideal destination for lovers of unspoiled nature and for those who want to spend an unusual holiday. Wild nature, lakes and waterfalls, a rich variety of fauna: this is what yoo will find when visiting one of the most popular parks in Croatia.
Split, the heart of Dalmatia, is a destination that attracts many tourists not only for the beauty of its old town and the famous Diocletian's Palace, but also for the beaches that are located in its surroundings. If you are thinking of choosing Dalmatia as your next cruise destination, let yourself be inspired by reading this article about what to see in Split.
More than 140 islands and islets scattered in the Adriatic Sea off Dalmatia: Kornati islands are the perfect destination for a cruise in Croatia. An archipelago that is a paradise on earth: an endless number of hidden bays bathed in crystal clear waters and unspoilt nature to discover while renting a boat in Croatia.
Also called "the city museum", Dubrovnik in Croatia is a destination whose beauty enchants all visitors and is the perfect destination for an immersion in art and nature. In this article you will find out what to see in Dubrovnik, a destination that will surprise you, whatever your interests and whatever the season in which you decide to visit it.
Located between Korcula island and the city of Dubrovnik, Mljet island is the ideal destination if you are looking for a quiet destination in Croatia. Crystal clear water, unspoilt coastline, ancient villages, vineyards: Mljet island is authentic and unique.
Thinking about going on a sailing cruise? Are you looking for breathtaking landscapes, beautiful beaches, unspoilt nature, towns and villages rich in history? Croatia with its 1,700 kilometres of coastline is the ideal destination for you. Here are our 7 great reasons to go on a sailing cruise in Croatia.
Located in the south of Croatia, the island of Korcula, known as "the green paradise", is one of the most popular destinations in the southern Adriatic. Accessible only by sea, the island has managed to preserve its natural beauty. Visitors are particularly fascinated by its vineyards, architecture and beaches. Discover this fascinating island!
Located in the heart of Dalmatia, between Split and Dubrovnik, the Makarska Riviera stretches for about sixty kilometers at the base of Mount Biokovo. It is one of the most visited destinations in Croatia, especially for its magnificent pebble beaches and picturesque villages.
Considered one of the most beautiful cruise destinations in Europe, Croatia is a true paradise for sea lovers. Also named "The Land of 1,000 islands", Croatia is a true paradise rich in mooring areas. Here is our selection of the most beautiful anchoring areas in Croatia.
If you dream about a holiday that combines sea, nature and sun, choose from the 7 most beautiful islands in Croatia. A destination that meets everyone's tastes, from nature and sports lovers to those who are looking for relax and fun.