Watch a spectacular event in Pula, Spectacvla Anticva, that recreates historical Roman gladiator simulated fights in almost 2000 years old Roman amphitheater, Arena.
Sail the deserted bays of Kornati Archipelago (140 islands), a sailing area that offers an exciting mix of blue water cruising and spectacular landscapes.
Experience the thrill and excitement of truffle hunting in the forests of Istria, learn how to prepare delicious meals with truffles while tasting some of the best Istrian wines and regional products.
Listen to the unique sound of Zadar‘s Sea Organ, an art installation made of series of pipes cut into the promenade and the “music” is produced by the sea and the waves.
Rent a small boat, explore the hidden bays of many Croatian islands and take a swim on a secluded beach surrounded by unspoiled nature.
For all the party lovers, Zrce on the island of Pag is the place to be! Enjoy its amazingly wild party scene and dance until the sunrise.
Visit one of the most beautiful National parks in Europe and take a bath under the spectacular cascades of Krka.
Taste some of the Croatia’s most delicious meals like lamb and octopus under the lid.
Ride the camel in the Croatian desert! Oh yes, you can do that too in Croatia, as it has a small desert near the town of Durdevac.
Have fun playing the famous beach game called “picigin” in Split, after walking the narrow cobbled streets of 1700 years old Diocletian palace.
Visit Marco Polo’s birthplace in Korčula and the enjoy in Moreška sword dance, a traditional sword dance and drama performed for over 400 years.
Follow the dinosaur footprints in the Kamenjak Nature park.
Walk the “Europe’s wall of China” in a small town of Ston near Dubrovnik and don’t forget to taste the best oysters in Croatia.
Discover the secrets of Zagreb‘s rich history by following the planets of the Solar system.
Have a fantastic rafting experience on Cetina river and enjoy the adrenaline rush combined with nature at its best!
Walk the city walls of Dubrovnik and explore the city through “Game of thrones” filming locations.
Watch Sinjska Alka, the famous medieval equestrian competition that honors the Croatian-Venetian victory during the Ottoman invasion.
Visit the “European Amazon”, Kopački rit Nature Park and take a water tour to experience the nature’s wonders in one place.
If you’re craving some unique adventure than dive and visit the first Croatian underwater winery near Drače, Pelješac.
Take a swim on one of the most beautiful beaches in the world – Zlatni rat on the island of Brač.