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Holiday Letting Price Information in Croatia
The graph shows the average letting prices for the next twelve months in Croatia. The most expensive week to book a holiday letting in Croatia is in July (20/07 - 27/07). However, in April (27/04 - 04/05), prices decrease to an average of £68 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Croatia
This graph shows the holiday letting availability rate for the next twelve months. More people travel to Croatia a week in January (12/01 - 19/01). So far, 83% of the rentals are occupied this week. It will be easy to find a holiday home that suits you in a week of September (22/09 - 29/09), as 79 of the rentals are still available.
Experience the best of Croatia with a Croatian holiday letting
Croatia, located on the Adriatic Sea, is fast becoming one of Europe’s hottest holiday destinations. The country boasts history and culture in abundance, from the cobbled streets of Zagreb to the turquoise waters of Dubrovnik - the country is rich is diversity and style. A Croatia holiday letting makes for the perfect base to explore the waterfalls of the national parks, relax on the beaches and dine on seafood at one of the many terrace restaurants. The country is also home to some wonderful museums to learn about everything from archaeology to contemporary art.
Getting to Croatia: arrive in Croatia by plane or train
Croatia has no major international airport, but instead has a surprising number of smaller airports which serve the relatively small country. Dubrovnik, Split, and Zagreb are some of the most well-visited localities in Croatia and are all served by daily European flights. Croatia has few flights from outside the European Union but connecting to Croatia from one of the international hubs, such as London Heathrow and Frankfurt, is straight forward.
Your Croatia holiday letting will also be easily accessible by direct trains from Germany, Hungary, Switzerland and Austria. The local busses offer a regular and efficient service, and you can easily travel between the stunning coastal locations by boat.
Taxis are comparatively cheap and it’s always best to book an official car through the information desk at the airport or hotel to avoid scams.
Weather in Croatia: soak up the sun in Croatia
Summer is the optimal time to visit your Croatia holiday letting . You can expect several hours of sunshine and temperatures to reach high 20°C. Coastal locations stay pleasantly cool, even in the hot weather due to the breeze from the Adriatic Sea.
July is the driest month and has little rainfall, followed by August and June. From April to September Croatia enjoys a minimum of ten hours of sunshine and even in the winter months, sea temperature remains at a very agreeable 14°C.
Croatia and its Sights: What to See in Croatia
The main areas of interest to those visiting the country and staying in a Croatia holiday letting are Split and Dubrovnik. Split offers delights such as Diocletian's Palace, which the rest of the town in centred around, St. Duje's cathedral and Peristil Square, which is the principal plaza of the locality.
The walled city of Dubrovnik is also architecturally impressive and a walk along the city walls will offer a wealth of sights such as the Bell Tower and Roland’s Column. The city walls are also one of the many filming locations of 'Game of Thrones'. There are many churches in the area, the most impressive being the Franciscan Monastery.
A Croatia holiday home is a wonderful base for exploring Plitvice National Park. The conservation area is home to stunning turquoise lakes and a bevy of wildlife.
Nightlife in Croatia: things to do in Croatia at night
The mild and temperate climate means that nightlife in Croatia is very much an outdoor affair. While there are a few high-end clubs, Croatia is largely casual. Oliver Twist bar, D’Vino wine bar and Nonenia are all popular haunts in Dubrovnik, and Capitano and Factory have low prices and music late into the night.
For those with a Croatia holiday home in Split, St-Riva, Shook and Gaga Bar are all notable drinking establishments. In the summertime, many people spend the evening relaxing in the many street-side restaurants. Seafood is especially popular given the extensive coastline which Croatia occupies.
Things to do in and around Croatia: excursions from Croatia
The dazzling coastlines are the primary attraction in Croatia, but the countries wild and varied topography offers much more than blue waters and golden beaches. Krka National Park offers stunning waterfalls and beautiful scenery. Staying close to the park and spending the whole day exploring is advised.
For those who want to explore the great outdoors Cres, Starigrad, and Lovran are all ideal spots for camping, hiking and caving. Sarajevo, located in neighbouring country of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is often visited by those based in Croatia; many other towns in the country can be reached by bus for a day trip from many of the Croatia holiday lettings.
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