• Istrian hinterland

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We focus on these regions.

We believe these beautiful countries are the future of European and Mediterranean tourism and real estate. Today many people still dismiss Croatia as new, to be discovered countries, but those of them who have experienced the hospitality, food, culture and sparkling coastline know that tourism is already exploding back to the Adriatic. With the highest grow rates in entire Europe and still a lot of unspoiled places with great authenticity, there is no doubt that these very safe and welcoming countries will become a major tourist destination for the whole world. In this market we focus on opening Western Europe’s eyes to the appeal of Croatian real estate.


Croatia is  located on the Balkan peninsula, in an area called Illeria by the Romans. The region has been loved and feared by many different people. Romans, Austrians, Turks and Italians; they have claimed the territories of these countries at some point in history. Located on a crossroads of civilizations, the Adriatic forms a cultural rich land, with Slavic, Italian, German and Ottoman influences. Ever since the newborn country Croatia gained independence, the country has looked at Western Europe and welcomed a new wave of tourists from all over the world. The country is proud to be part of the modern Europe and her people speak a high level of English. Croatia entered the European Union in 2013.


Croatia has a lot to offer. Croatia can be divided into 5 coastal regions: Istria, Kvarner, North Dalmatia, Middle Dalmatia and South Dalmatia.

Along the Adriatic coast you can find a unique scenery with over 1100 bigger and smaller island of with 67 are inhabited. With almost 6000 km of coast line Croatia has one of the longest coast lines of the Mediterranean. Only with a lot less people then France or Italy. The inland is dominated by the dramatic Dinaric Alps and the Tuscany-like hills of Istria. Heading south the vineyards and corn fields are slowly replaced by pine forests and cypresses.

The coastal towns and cities offer a vibrant night life, great food and lots of culture with several UNESCO heritage sites. The inland provides tranquility, nature, wildlife and dramatic mountains. The development of golf courses and resorts will turn Croatia into ‘year round’ destinations.


With the different regions of the Adriatic come different climate types. The Adriatic had a Mediterranean climate with hot summers and mild winters. Spring and specially autumn can be very warm with beach temperatures till the beginning of November or sometimes even December. The average temperature during summer is between 23 and 27 degrees Celsius. The Dalmatian islands, such as Hvar and Korcula offer some 400 hours of sunlight more than the French or Italian Rivieras. The clear blue Adriatic Sea has an average temperature of 25 degrees during summer.