Istria offers something for everyone, regardless of whether you are a fan of excellent gourmet food, exciting outdoor activities or cultural offerings, everyone will find something for themselves. The coast of Istria is beautiful with numerous beaches and its unexplored interior with a rich history. These are just some of the reasons why Istria is your ideal vacation destination. You can take in the whole wealth of diversity with a glance, from the snow-whiteness of the nearby mountains, the undulations of green fields and fields, plains and valleys, undulating areas with vineyards and olive groves, to the blueness of the endless sea. In Istria, it is worth visiting: Kamenjak Nature Park, Brijuni National Park, Pula Amphitheatre, Motovun and Buzet, Rovinj and Poreč, wineries, olive groves and meads and many other facilities.

Kvarner & Gorski kotar

Kvarner is a region of extraordinary meeting of sea and mountains, joy of life and health, attractive events and beautiful nature. Diversity is beautiful! Kings and emperors used to come here; this region is chosen by business people and proven hedonists. The tourist invitation to come to the Opatija Riviera, the Crikvenica Riviera, the Novi Vinodolski Riviera and the Rijeka area is based on tourist tradition and modern offer. The Kvarner islands are a world within a world, aromatic gardens and treasures of new worlds; Your vacation away from everyday life. Breathe in the fresh forest air, walk through the glades and feel the adrenaline of sailing on a fast mountain river. Then pick the fruits of the forest, taste the flavors like you've never experienced and go back to your roots...


The longest part of the beautiful and very picturesquely indented Croatian coast, with the largest number of islands, belongs to Dalmatia - "the coast with a thousand islands". Among them are two Croatian national parks: Kornati, an island group consisting of about 40 wonderfully beautiful islands, and the island of Mljet, a real green jewel. The Dalmatian type of coast has already become a geographical term and a symbol of beauty, and it represents exactly what the long and beautiful Dalmatian coast offers in abundance: indentation, islands and islets, cliffs, peninsulas and coves, sea channels and mountain massifs that follow them for kilometers, and an endless expanse of rugged landscape, which in the past was named by a poet as "stony monsters facing the south, the open sea, the unknown...". The blue of the sea is also characteristic, which comes out even more because of this play of colors of all tones. Cities like Zadar, Šibenik, Split, Trogir and Dubrovnik, with their rich cultural heritage and beautiful architecture of all styles, represent an element of admiration, pleasure and inspiration. The abundance of Mediterranean and subtropical vegetation completes, but does not complete, this gift of God that has never been used to the end and is sufficiently valorized and the fruit of diligent human hands.