Attractive sea destinations in Croatia
First of all, you need to understand what Croatia is like. Croatia is a country located in the south-eastern part of Europe. The country is attractive for the tourist due to clean nature and unusual landscape and mountains. Why is there only one Adriatic Sea? Just imagine: the concentration of the sea, mountains, pines and islands – what could be more beautiful?
An important fact is that Croatia has joined the European Union in 2013. The country is divided into two parts – continental and Adriatic. It is not surprising that the coast of Croatia, dotted with numerous islands, attracts many tourists.
In Croatia, on the coats, the climate is Mediterranean. The northern part of the country is characterized by a temperate continental climate, and the central part by the intercontinental climate. In summer, the air temperature reaches 25-27 degrees Celsius above zero. Croatia is one of the most environmentally friendly places in Europe. In Croatia you can see fluttering blue flags, which indicate the cleanliness of the environment.
The most attractive sea destinations for tourism in Croatia are the following:
Primosten – is considered one of the most beautiful resorts on the Croatian coast. The ancient part of Primosten is located on the island, which is connected with the coast by a short bridge. Dry land contains many lovely white stone houses. Among the roofs of the houses can be seen the church of St. George, which is known for keeping the holy icon of the Virgin.
The location of Primosten is Dalmatia, sixty kilometers north of Split. The unique atmosphere attracts tourists from all over the world – old houses, covered with fiery red roofs, attract and call visitors to enjoy the spirit of the city, take a walk through winding lanes where boutiques, taverns and cafes are located.
In the evening, it is nice to walk through the ancient streets. You can find there wine tasting placees. The most popular wine in the region is “Babich”. For lovers of fun nightlife, there is the biggest club in Croaia: “Aurora”.
The second popular maritime direction in Croatia is Skradin. It is a small, cozy romantic town. In the town there is a modern marina and yacht dock on the Krka river. The whole central part of the city is considered an architectural monument. Most of the buildings of Skradin – have an Italian style of the 18-19 century. Near the city there is Krka National Park. Walking along the streets of Skradin, you will be able to experience the comfort and friendliness of a small town.
Trogir is also very popular among the sea destinations. It is located close to the international airport of Split. It was founded by the Greeks in the days before our era. Trogir is best preserved among all cities. The Roman-Gothic style of building of the city is fascinating.
The central part of the city is located on a small island connected to the mainland by bridges. Tourists bring a good profit to Trogir, but except tourism business, residents are engaged in fishing, ship building, and winemaking.
Split – in ancient times had a variety of names. In size, the city is the second largest in Croatia. The most preserved monument in Split is the palace of Rome Emperor, Diocletian. From Split, you can reach other islands of Croatia: Šolta, Brač, Hvar. Split has rich historical sights, and a rich cultural program.
Korčula is one of the oldest cities in Croatia, famous for its rich history, which can be experienced in any part of the city. Korčula is known as the hometown of Marco Polo. The location of the city is the north side of the island. Communication with the mainland is carried out with the help of the ferry line – Orebic – Korcula.