All inclusive holidays in Croatia

  • Croatia All inclusive holidays

    Croatia is a diverse and desirable holiday destination, from city breaks in the capital Zagreb to the many Dalmatian islands, with hotels and holiday villas dotted throughout the country and especially along its coastline. Take an educational break to visit the galleries and museums of Croatia's most populated cities, or stay on the beach and explore the coast in the sunshine - all-inclusive holidays in Croatia take the stress out of budgeting for your stay, leaving you free to decide which activities to include in your itinerary.

    From the capital to the coast

    Zagreb is found in the north-west of Croatia, about 160 km from the coast and 140 km from Ljubljana, the capital city of neighbouring Slovenia. At first glance it might not look central - and most of Croatia's inland area is found to the east of the capital - but it's worth remembering that the coastline of Croatia reaches far to the south, giving the country an elongated butterfly-like shape, with a narrow pinch point around Karlovac and Slunj. South of here, there's about 400 km of coastline with towns like Zadar, Sibenik and Split, as well as the many islands that make the Dalmatian coast so popular with tourists and would-be explorers.

    On the islands of Croatia

    The exact number of islands found along the Croatian coast depends on who you ask, and on the definitions they apply. Generally speaking, there's a cut-off of one square kilometre before a land mass is defined as an island, and at 0.97 square kilometres, Badija just misses out. There are 79 islands that meet this size requirement though, and over a thousand other land masses that get called 'islets' or 'rocks'. Main destinations for holidays include Cres and Krk, which have both at times been said to be Croatia's largest island.

    What can I expect on an all-inclusive break?

    Croatia is a recent entry into the EU, and opting for all-inclusive holidays to Croatia removes any doubts you might have as the country moves over from its own currency, the kuna, to eventually join the single currency of the euro. For island breaks, or in the coastal resorts, your hotel can serve as the location where you spend your days poolside or nearby on the beach, while on a city break you can get out and explore, knowing there will be hot food and cold drinks waiting when you get back.

    Why choose an all-inclusive holiday to Croatia?

    When you choose an all-inclusive holiday to Croatia you can relax and enjoy your trip from the minute you arrive. Whichever part of this beautiful country you choose to visit you can rest assured that, during your time there, all your everyday needs will be covered. With your accommodation, meals and drinks taken care of you can get on with truly unwinding. Whether you are enjoying a sunshine break on the coast or soaking up some culture in the city you can do so without having to worry about extra costs adding up.

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7 nights from £1460/pp