Holiday trend 2014 - Croatia

Krk Want to enjoy a special focus for your holiday and discover the natural beauties and cultural heritage of Croatia? Global Homing offers you a chance to discover natural beauties and explore historical buildings, historical forts and other cultural heritage. Croatia has a very rich and remarkable cultural history. Explore the history of Croatia through visits to the museums, monuments and churches.The natural beauty of Croatia offers you the unforgettable experience through national parks, nature parks, speleology and underwater world. If you enjoy diving in miraculous sea worlds, exploring the caves or discovering the cultural heritage of Croatia

On the map
Croatia is a middleuropean Adriatic country. It lies between Slovenia on the west, Hungary on the north, Serbia and Montenegro, as well as Bosnia and Herzegovina on the east, while the Adriatic sea divides it from its neighbor Italy. The convenient geografical position, as well as the good traffic connections make it easy to reach its numerous destinations and the wunderful beaches of the cristal blue and clear Adriatic sea.

The Republic of Croatia covers an area of 56.538 km2 and its territorial waters cover 31.900 km2. The Adriatic sea of Croatia is for many Europeans the closest warm sea and is at the same time one of the most beautiful. The coastline including the islands is 5.700 km long and is one of the most intented coastlines in the Mediterranean. With its 1.185 islands, islets and rocks it really deserves its name 'country of the thousand islands'. The biggest islands are Krk and Cres.

Postion of Croatiav oon ther map Facts and data
According to the last census, Croatia has 4.437.460 inhabitants. The majority of the inhabitants are Croats, while Serbs, Bosnians, Albanians, Slovenians, Hungarians, Italians and Czechs form the most numerous minorities. Capital The capital is Zagreb with 779.145 inhabitants – the economic, traffic, cultural and academic center of Croatia.

Climate and weather
There are two climate zones; a temperate continental climate, locally also a mountainous climate, prevails in the interior, whereas a pleasant Mediterranean climate prevails along the Adriatic coast, with an overwhelming number of sunny days and a sea temperature that does not fall under 20°C. This pleasant climate favours the relax and enjoyment of the treasures of the Adriatic coast. The average temperature: January 0 to 2°C, August 19 to 23°C; average temperature at the seaside: January 6 to 11°C, August 21 to 27 °C; the sea temperature is about 12°C in the winter, and 25°C in the summer.

Nowadays, geotourism is becoming more important, due to its characteristics that encompass cultural and ecological aspect of environmental protection. Development of geotourism is based on the degree of protective measurements that are being passed in order to protect the natural heritage of protected areas. As a form of specialized tourism, geotourism supports and enhances the environment, culture, esthetics, and heritage as well as the geographical character of the place that is being visited. Croatia is a country full of natural riches, geographical diversity, and different varieties of plants and animals, and is therefore an ideal place to develop geotourism. In Croatia, geotourism provides you with an unforgettable experience of nature and gives you the opportunity to get to know this small country full of natural riches.


Check out our destinations in Craotia

Beautiful villa with private swimming pool in Tar-Vabriga This is a newly built house with private pool, landscaped garden, a shady ground floor terrace with BBQ for alfresco eating. There are three double bedrooms and three bathrooms. The house can easily accommodate 8 guests. The house is located at the quiet edge of the small village of Vabriga within short driving distance of numerous reastaurants...

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Holiday home in Hvar - House Mediterranea in Stari Grad
450 years old stone house with a large garden. Centrally located in the very center of one the most beautiful Mediterranean old towns. Very quiet and truly beautiful! The house has been renovated to the highest standards to keep the olden and authentic charm. Some parts date back from the Roman BC time...

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Spendid rustical stone house in Malinska
Villa 'Dea Rustica'**** is built on the foundations of 150 year old house in rustic style, is surrounded by olive trees and stone walls 'traditional area. Villa has two floors. The ground floor is furnished with fully equipped kitchen and dining room, organized as an old-style tavern with two fireplaces, an ideal space for intimate friends.

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Beach villa in Bibinje
The unique location of the villa by the sea, with stunning views of the crystal clear waters, the offshore islands and the impressive Velebit are incomparable. In what direction is the view always aligned, you will be captivated by the unique scenery literally. The best place to enjoy the sunset is probably the large balcony of the house or the dock-house. But the town Bibinje or the nearby university town of Zadar has a lot to offer for tourists...

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Private holliday villa in Buzet (Istria)
Located in the idyllic green hinterland of Istria, just 30 minutes away from the bustling East Coast, you will find our Casa Sienna in an oasis of tranquility with views of vineyards, olive groves and medieval castle town. The stone house was built in 2007 by a famous German architect and equipped with exclusive, stylish furniture...

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