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The crystal-clear waters and pristine pebble beaches of Croatia’s Adriatic coastline are the perfect place to party during the summer months. Huge open-air dance floors plus multiple bars, pools and even boat parties bring nightlife in Croatia to a whole new level, while a shady sun lounger and a cool dip in the sea are excellent hangover antidotes.
On Pag Island, good-time guys and gals flock to Zrce beach, where the silvery shore is the stomping ground for five of Croatia’s most famous clubs: Kalypso, Euphoria, Aquarius, Papaya and Noa Beach Club.
For a more intimate scene, the small town of Tisno has its own secluded and private bay to party on. It’s also home to The Garden Tisno, where festivals such as Soundwave, Electric Elephant and The Garden Festival are held.
Zagreb’s thriving live music scene means regular gigs in a whole host of quirky venues.
Throw yourself into the mosh pit at a rock or pop concert held inside the fashionable Tvornica Kulture (Subiceva 2), or tap into a more underground scene at Mocvara (Trnjanski nasip bb) – a graffiti-covered disused factory that holds goth and electronica music nights as well as alternative theatre and one-off art exhibitions.
Nights out in Croatia needn’t be confined to the summer. While Croatia’s beach resorts tend to go to sleep in winter, the party scene really heats up inside the country’s larger cities. With prices for most hotels and apartment rentals falling appealingly low between October and April, this means more spare cash to splash on traditional belly-warmers such as rakija (Croatia’s national spirit) and kuhano vino (mulled wine).
The winter party season really kicks off in the run-up to New Year’s Eve. Dubrovnik is famous for hosting some of the country’s best New Year celebrations with a massive party held on Stradun, the central street.