Croatia offers local pricing on adventures like sailing trips, and local prices are quite affordable, as it has not yet reached the heights of Europe’s pricier destinations, like Paris and Rome. Croatia’s regions offer a diversity in culture and heritage. The country also boasts the highest number of UNESCO “intangible cultural masterpieces” in Europe. Nurturing its cultural heritage, traditions like the Saint Blaise festivities, knights’ tournaments, gingerbread crafting and traditional lace-making are alive and well. All of which encourage visitors to get involved with the locals, join in and truly experience the Croatian culture.
Croatian culture is without a doubt, characterized by exceptional diversity and unforgettable music, film, dance, theater and local traditions. Croatia embraces a laid-back coastal vibe and is also known for being naturist-friendly. Travelers are free to go “au naturel” at the beach if they please. Croatia offers visitors a ton of natural OMG's as it is a place of diverse natural beauty. The Balkan Peninsula boasts a stunning coastline, amazing sunsets, breathtaking waterfalls, gorgeous hikes and beautiful flora and fauna inland.
Adventurers looking for something other than a spectacular beach can check out thermal spas at the Plitvice Lakes National Park or visit Mount Srdj, which is a gorgeous mountain in Dubrovnik that offers travelers the chance to venture around on dune buggies or go on hikes to witness some beautiful views. The natural wonders in Croatia are not to be missed, and there are plenty from which to choose. Experience all this and more at Villa Ivana in Kanica, Croatia. Currently, we are now booking up the 2021 summer. Offering huge discounts in June, August and September. By: Andrew Milan Bosnjak