Croatia Luxury Destinations
Istria county is a heart-shaped region at the north of the Adriatic coast, with an amazingly green interior that is very similar to Tuscany, yet wilder and undiscovered by mass tourism. Its administrative center is the city of Pula, an old Roman town with the famous amphitheater Pulska Arena.
The Kvarner Gulf, also known as Kvarner Bay, is a bay in the northern Adriatic Sea, located between the Istrian peninsula and the northern Croatian littoral mainland. The bay is a part of Croatia's internal waters. The largest islands within the Kvarner are Cres, Krk, Pag, Rab, and Lošinj.
Swaths of unspoiled beaches, breathtaking national parks, and historical hamlets await you in North Dalmatia. The area of the North Dalmatia coast stretches from the Kvarner Riviera down to Split, Croatia’s largest coastal city. Sometimes overlooked as a holiday destination in favor of the more famous resorts and islands further along the coast, the North Dalmatian region has a lot to offer.
Central Dalmatia offers pretty islands, quiet ports, rugged mountains, numerous castles, and international standard restaurants. Historical Sites with the Diocletian’s Palace in Split, the medieval walled town of Trogir, and on Hvar are the ancient strip fields of the Stari Grad Plain.
As a tourist region, South Dalmatia stretches from Baćina Lakes through the Croatian South to Cavtat, Konavle, and Prevlaka. The region is characterized by a mild Mediterranean climate with nice sunsets. The coast, particularly rugged, offers several coves with beautiful sandy or pebbly beaches.