“It’s a very luxurious holiday home, absolutely super – just like it is in the pictures. No wish was unfulfilled,” wrote one customer.2/12The best at the Kvarner Gulf
Kvarner Gulf | Here we'll show you the accommodation at the Kvarner Gulf, which has received the best reviews from our customers.
Per week from GBP 204show 166 offers
Holiday home for max. 7 persons at the Plitvice Lakes3/12A 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 185show 78 offers
Apartment in the little village of Martina with a view of the sea and the island of Cres.4/12View of the blue Adriatic
Kvarner Bay | Kvarner Bay forms a wide arch between Istria and Dalmatia with several hundred kilometres of coastline. You’ll find holiday homes with a direct view of the Adriatic here.
Per week from GBP 258show 6,286 offers
Lighthouse on the little island of Palagruža, far out in the Adriatic.5/12Be 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 491show 20 offers
Secluded holiday home on the island of Lošinj.6/12My 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 246show 136 offers
Living room of a stone house for six people that is located directly by the sea.7/12Walls 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 323show 279 offers
The bar in a particularly well-equipped holiday villa for up to ten people in Pula.8/12Holiday 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 246show 551 offers
This is how holiday rental owners described Kras
Island of Krk is the biggest pearl in the necklace of about thousand island of the Croatian Adriatic coast. It is a pearl that change its beauty of colors in uncontaminated scenery and crystal sea.
The island of Krk have an airport (Rijeka airport), where are ...
show more arriving an international flights (each day during the tourist season). It is situated about 30 km from Rijeka, where daily (also a few times a day) are leaving the buses and trains for Italy, Slovenia, Austria, Germany, Hungary and etc. As an example, there are four buses during the day for Trieste (Italy). Numerous connections with the continental part of Croatia, good facilities of touristic structures, indented coast, rich of bays, small coves and crystal sea, fascinating scenery and numerous occasions of amusement are the reasons that KRK is one of the most requested and frequented destinations.
Insula Aurea or Golden Island or Veglia is the name that Krk, because of its wealth of produce from land and sea, was given back in ancient times. The island of Krk is situated in the Bay of Kvarner. Krk is the biggest island in the Adriatic with area of 409,9 square kilometers. The highest peak is Obzova at 569 meters. There are 68 settlements on the island. Krk has mild Mediterranean climate with average summer air temperature 23 C. Sea water temperature is between 23-25 C. Island has almost 2,500 hours of sun a year. There are two lakes on the island, first is called “Ponikva” and second “Jezero”. Near lake Ponikve can be almost 10 C colder than on any other place on the island!
Croatia is a beautiful small country situated on the Adriatic coast. It is known as the country of a thousand islands. If you have ever dreamt about being on a small island alone with someone, this is the place for you. If you are a nature lover, Croatia offers: camping, mountain hiking/biking, spelunking, rafting, scuba diving and skydiving. Besides its natural beauty, it also offers: a unique history, a unique mixture of cuisines, many internationally recognized hotels and helpful individuals. Zagreb is the capital of the country. It may not attract as many visitors as the coastal towns of Rijeka or Split or Zadar or Dubrovnik but is well worth a visit. There are many museums in town and at night there are lots of things going on. The Croatian coast is among the most beautiful in the world. It has unique cities like Split with its palace of Diocletian or Dubrovnik which was the rival of Venice for centuries, great almost deserted beaches and more than 1001 islands to choose from. Plitvice is Croatia's most famous National Park. It has many lakes and waterfalls and is ideal for hiking or trekking.
You can choose from a variety of beaches, Krk offers for gravel, sand, rock and sand beach. The numerous sights can be left not to be desired: the famous ancient stone tablet from Baska with Glagolitic writing from the year 1100; the fortress Kamplin & old churches in Krk and the historic Old Town, the main wine growing area of the island of Krk in Vrbnik, where you tasting the wine of the island; the old Biserujka Cave and the small island Kosljun in Punat, where you can visit an old Franciscan monastery as well as an ethnographic museum; the Bay of Soline to see what healing salt mud and the only 1m deep water 6 months of the year is warm, and a variety of other churches, basilicas and other attractions.