Holiday home for max. 7 persons at the Plitvice Lakes1/14A small paradise
Plitvice Lakes | Here awaits you one of the most beautiful and untouched lake sceneries in Europe. Live in the heart of Plitvice Lakes National Park and explore this unique nature spectacle.
Per week from GBP 179show 92 offers
Lighthouse on the little island of Palagruža, far out in the Adriatic.2/14Be a lighthouse keeper
Croatia | Yes, you really can live here! Let your gaze sweep over the sea, keep a lookout for ships and feel like a real lighthouse keeper.
Per week from GBP 503show 20 offers
3/14Best holiday resort in Croatia
Dubrovnik | With its old quarter, the harbour, and the historic town wall, Dubrovnik is, without doubt, one of the most beautiful cities in Europe – and also the best holiday resort in Croatia.
Per week from GBP 239show 881 offers
Secluded holiday home on the island of Lošinj.4/14My own bathing bay
Croatian coast | No neighbours for far and wide - you will spend your holidays here like Robinson Crusoe. These holiday homes are secluded in the countryside and are also usually furnished in a very simple way.
Per week from GBP 257show 147 offers
Living room of a stone house for six people that is located directly by the sea.5/14Walls that tell stories
Istria | Quaintly-old, freshly-renovated houses of natural stone on Croatia’s sunny peninsula not only provide a way to cool off from the summer heat, but lend your holiday a very special ambience.
Per week from GBP 265show 342 offers
The bar in a particularly well-equipped holiday villa for up to ten people in Pula.6/14Holiday with pool
Croatia | The classic swimming pool isn’t, however, at the forefront here! Rather, a pool table is standard at these holiday homes.
Per week from GBP 298show 606 offers
Private property with a stone house for eight people by the sea on the island of Krk.7/14Holiday with a sea view
Croatian Islands | These holiday homes are located on the islands off the Croatian coast and offer a direct view of the shimmering blue Adriatic. This just raises the question of which island is the right one.
Per week from GBP 257show 11,078 offers
8/14Best holiday resort in Croatia
Rovinj | The picturesque townscape with the beaches and its historic quarter on a peninsula have won over the holidaymakers, and made Rovinj, on Istria’s west coast, the best holiday resort.
Per week from GBP 215show 328 offers
Low priced bathing fun and beautiful interior
Croatia | Most Croatia tourists are drawn to the Adriatic Coast with its numerous islands and great holiday resorts. atraveo offers its customers in Croatia 27,000 holiday homes and apartments at the Adriatic coast, from Istria to the Kvarner Gulf down to sunny Dalmatia. You will surely find your perfect holiday domicile!
You don’t need much for an exciting vacation at the seaside in Croatia. Pack in your bathing suit and off you go! Croatia impresses not only with its great weather from spring to autumn but also with its countless beautiful beaches as well as low price level making the country the ideal destination for people with smaller budgets. Croatia’s heartland attracts especially with its untouched nature. Discover the Croatian landscapes away from the holiday regions along the coast and spend a great hiking vacation in spectacular nature. An interesting destination is for example the National Park Plitvice Lakes.
Further information on holiday home vacations in Croatia such as travelling or tips on the ideal travelling time and destination you can find in the holiday home selection for Croatia. Or browse through our blogs.
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The waters flowing over the limestone and chalk have, over thousands of years, deposited travertine barriers, creating natural dams which in turn have created a series of beautiful lakes, caves and waterfalls. These geological processes continue today. The forests in the park are home to bears, ...
show more wolves and many rare bird species.
There are 16 interlinked lakes between Mala Kapela Mountain and Pljesevica Mountain. The lake system is divided into the upper and lower lakes: the upper lakes lie in a dolomite valley and are surrounded by thick forests and interlinked by numerous waterfalls; the lower lakes, smaller and shallower, lie on the limestone bedrock and are surrounded only by sparse underbrush. The upper lakes are separated by dolomite barriers, which grow with the formation of travertine, forming thus travertine barriers. Travertine is mostly formed on the spots where water falls from an elevation, by the incrustation of algae and moss with calcium carbonate. The lower lakes were formed by crumbling and caving-in of the vaults above subterranean cavities through which water of the upper lakes disappeared.