Did you know that Croatia is the 28th nation to become part of the European Union?

Since the end of communism and the nation states of Yugoslavia, Coatia has been attracting more and more tourism. Being on the Adriatic Sea affords the advantages of a beautiful coastline. Music festivals, medieval towns, and national parks are gems of this small country.

Trogir is a UNESCO World Heritage site,  explore Dubrovnik’s medieval fortress, enjoy lunch and explore the museums. There are many small islands on the coast to visit. Hiking the Plitvička jezera National Park, fishing, kayaking, diving, rafting, golfing, skiing, are just a few activities for those that enjoy the outdoors. 

Freshwater fish, meats and local vegetables are the always on the menu. Much of the culinary influence comes from it’s Mediterranean neighbors. Try Maraschino, a desert liqueur made from local cherries paired with Pag cheese from the  island of Pag. Each region will display its prized gastronomical delicacies.

This is just a short intro to what Croatia has to offer as a travel destination. Beauty, antiquity, cuisine, adventure.








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