From island hopping among Croatia's jewels of the Adriatic Sea to flopping on a sun lounger at one of the country's superb hotels or taking a city break in Split or Dubrovnik, Croatia holidays offer it all...
Traditional sunshine holidays, for example, can be found in the Croatian coastline's resorts, where great hotels, tempting eateries and just enough nightlife are the perfect after-hours accompaniment to the beach or swimming pool - although you won't find as many all-inclusive options as you might elsewhere. Just remember to choose your beach resort carefully if you have a preference for sand rather than pebbles beneath your bronzing feet.
The most popular resorts in Croatia include those in the north on the Dalmatian Coast; the Dubrovnik Riviera resorts in the south, such as Plat, Mlini, and Cavtat; and those on the Istrian Riviera, which include Porec, Pula, and Rovinj. And the islands, such as Brac, Korcula, and Hvar, boast glorious aquamarine seas and brilliant white sand.
Make a beeline for a Croatian city during your holiday and you won't be disappointed. The streets are packed with fascinating, historic buildings, while the shops and cafés reveal the modern flipside of this cool, young country.
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The weather in Croatia is typically Mediterranean, with hot summer days, pleasantly warm springs and autumns, and cooler, wetter winters (it's lush and green for a reason)...
In July and August, holidaymakers can expect to enjoy average daytime temperatures of between 25C and 30C, while winter sees lows of 10C.
There are plenty of events happening around beautiful Croatia, take a look at our pick of the best...
Split Summer Festival; July-August: In summer, the delightful, coastal city of Split plays host to a variety of performances, both on the streets and in historic venues; some events are ticketed and some are free.
Dubrovnik Summer Festival; July-August: The “Pearl of the Adriatic” dishes up a second helping of cultural Croatia when the sun shines. Check what's on in advance and book tickets early if a performance takes your fancy, as the most popular events will sell out.
Full Moon Festival, in Zadar, north Dalmatia; July/August: This rather low-key, but stunningly beautiful event sees the seafront promenade (known as the Riva) lit by torches, candles, and the full moon; an unforgettable spectacle.
From relaxing on the golden beaches to dancing the night away there's something for everyone in Croatia...
Shopping: Visit old Dubrovnik and shop to your heart's content among the wonderful, ancient buildings of this grand city.
Free & cheap: Diocletian's Palace in Split is a cheap day out. Cool off in summer amid the courtyards and tree-shaded beauty of this treasured palace.
Romance: The stunning island of Korcula draws couples looking for an idyllic setting for their own love scenes.
Active types: Charter your own vessel for adventures at sea along the coastline of Croatia.
Relaxing: Find peace on Croatia's beaches. Golden Cape Beach, on the island of Brac, is one of the finest.
Nightlife: The buzzing student vibe in Zadar means you can really let your hair down.
Kids & teens: Take a ferry (the little ones are having fun already) from Pula to the Brijuni Islands National Park and go wildlife spotting. The safari park in Veli Brijun is a particular treat for lovers of big animals.