In Croatia, there's beach after beach... Our Croatia travel guide aims to help you plan your trip well to get the most from Croatia's Adriatic coast. If you like pebble beaches, you'll be spoilt for choice: Croatia's rugged coastline is full of stunning rocky coves. For those in search of beautiful, sandy beaches, Rab Island in Kvarner Bay, the islands of Vis and Biševo in the Dalmatian archipelago and Saharun Beach on the island of Dugi Otok are top destinations. If you want to party, visit Jelsa and Hvar Town on the vibrant island of Hvar: beaches are used for sunbathing during the day and dancing during the night. And if you prefer peaceful beaches far from the crowds, head to Blace Bay beach on the island of Mljet,
stroll along the Istrian peninsula, rent a fishing cabin in the Kornati archipelago or explore the Zadar and Lika regions. However, there's more to Croatia than just beaches. For a cultural holiday, your itinerary will pass through Zagreb and Zagorje, the old town of Dubrovnik, the Euphrasian Basilica in Porec, Diocletian's Palace in Split, the Old Town of Trogir, the Cathedral of St. James in Sibenik, Stecci (medieval tombs), the Venetian works of defence in Zadar and Sibenik, and on Croatia's islands, Korkula's medieval walled town, Hvar and the Stari Grad Plain. Off the beaten path, explore Slavonia and the Danube river. Find out more in our Croatia travel guide below.