Croatia is emerging as a leading global events destination. A young and vibrant country located at the crossroads of Slavic and Mediterranean worlds and independent since 1991, it is surrounded by the Alps in its hinterland, the Danube River to the East, and the Adriatic Sea along the coast. Croatia is known for its rich cultural heritage, unspoilt nature with 1,246 islands and islets, healthy organic cuisine, crystal clear seas, friendly inhabitants and magical atmosphere.
Croatia owes its exceptional heritage without a doubt to it's strategic positioning. A mixture of cultures, civilizations, centuries, this country carries the marks of it's history, of the people who inhabited and coveted it: Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Venetians and French. Despite it's rich and diverse history, it knew how to preserve it's heritage unique in Europe. Thousands of islands, most of them inhabited, national parks and Mediterranean nature that has been completely preserved. Croatia has always balanced sustainable development with protecting its natural environment.
In recent years many of the country’s hotels have undergone extensive renovations and international hotel brands Le Meridien, Hilton, Radisson, Regent, Kempinski, Rixos, Sheraton, and Westin have opened new properties. Croatia’s infrastructure and service level have significantly improved and wonderful venues are available in historical palaces, forts, castles and museums for special events. One of the most affordable non Eurozones, Croatia is one of the most affordable European destinations, an ideal location from which to experience the authentic Mediterranean of old.
A new developing country
Unspoilt nature and crystal clear Adriatic waters
Cultural variety - UNESCO towns
Price/ value/ quality
Friendly, southern atmosphere
Superb gastronomy & organic wines