Croatia holidays are great for families and couples who visit Croatia throughout the year, as do people with a wide interest in history. The country has plenty for everyone, however it is also popular with people who like to spend their holiday relaxing on the beach or by the pool. There are plenty of beaches for people to enjoy, with golden sands and clear blue waters. There are a range of hotels and apartments to choose from, with the majority being 4-stars. All hotels are rated on a 1-5-star basis and you will find all-inclusive and self-catering board basis among others. There are also over 150 camp-sites to choose from.
Croatia is a brilliant destination for people that enjoy sight-seeing and looking at history. There are a number of museums to choose from such as the Museum of Arts and Crafts where you will find a lot of craftsmanship, paintings and sculptures. Golden Cape is an excellent location for people who enjoy windsurfing and the golden sands make it even more appealing for people who enjoy relaxing in the sunshine. Hiking and climbing is also popular in the Risnjak National Park as it is located in the mountains. Diving is hugely popular in the Blue Grotto, as this is where you will find many shipwrecks and a range of marine life.Bird-watching has also become popular in remote areas as the birds escape the tourist areas.
Croatia has hundreds of restaurants and bars to choose from. Everyone is catered for when it comes to the food, with Hungarian, Italian and Austrian influences within the Croatian food. Seafood is a favourite in many restaurants, along with many meat dishes. It is common to tip around 10% of your bill in restaurants, hotels and taxis. Nightlife in Croatia is popular all year round, especially in Zagreb. Here, you will find cocktail bars and a large number of clubs with a variety of music allowing you to dance through the night. In the summer months, you will find even more to do, with more beach bars, pavements cafés, cocktail bars and clubs. Also during the summer, Zrče beach has 24-hour licensing. When it comes to shopping, you will find crafts such as ceramics and embroidery, chocolates, wines and souvenirs.
Croatia receives a lot of warm, sunny weather, making it a perfect destination for many people. Many people venture to the South Dalmation Coast which is where you will find a Mediterranean style climate. July and August are the hottest months in Croatia, where temperatures can reach 29°C. Winter is still fairly warm, with temperatures ranging from 9°C to 18°C. You will find over 10 hours of sunshine a day in July and still around 3-4 hours in December and January. During the summer evenings, the temperature is still around 20-23°C. January and February are normally the coldest months, with the wettest months being November and December.