Croatia has a wealth of different beaches. Whether it be city beaches like Banje in Dubrovnik or those of Korcula Island and Lastovo. Considered one of the most beautiful locations in the world, take a trip to Zlatni Rat Beach (Golden Cape) made of fine white pebbles stretching over 20,000 square meters or a stroll down Paradise Beach in the Lopar Bay on the island of Rab. Do not miss out on the beauty and unrivalled attractiveness of the 16 Plitvice Lakes surrounded by thick forests inhabited by bears, wolves and many other species of animals.
Croatia is the home of Nikolas Tesla, the inventor and engineer who discovered the rotating magnetic field and developed the system of electric power transmission. Not to forget, our adorable furry friends, Dalmatians, one of the worlds most popular dog breeds.
When visiting Croatia be sure to try the Black Risotto, known as ‘crni rizot’ by the locals. This dish is traditionally served with succulent seafood and the reason for it being black in colour is due to the squid ink which is used in the cooking.
Croats are known to be extremely friendly, welcoming and helpful with most of their social interactions being done with an everlasting smile! You will always be made to feel at home here.