Ivo Biočina




From the shores in the South Dalmatian islands bathed by the gently sun of the Adriatic Sea to the top of Dinara, the highest peak in the country, through swamps filled with wildlife in Posavina or the Mediterranean richness of the forests in Mljet… Croatia’s natural beauty never ends.

Dive into one of the ecologically best-preserved parts of Europe since the 10% of the country is protected. Explore its 8 National Parks and 12 Nature Parks among which are the Plitvice Lakes, the only natural good recognized by UNESCO. Its sea is the purest in Europe according to the European Commission and some of its beaches are considered the most beautiful locations in the world.

Feel the energy in this green paradise with a privileged climate and a unique fauna, such as griffon vultures, wild horses, brown bears or dolphins, and flora with more than 3000 different species in certain locations on the Velebit mountain and Kvarner islands. The best place to get lost, the best place to find yourself!


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Protected rivers of Croatia

In addition to being clean drinking water sources, the myriad rivers in Croatia are often areas of exceptionally beautiful nature. 
Goran Šafarek

Animal Kingdom in Croatia

By visiting the protected areas that are considered “hot spots” of endemic, rare and endangered species, you are guaranteed to have a memorable experience of an incredibly diverse animal world.
Archive National Park Northern Velebit

The fascinating flora of Croatia

There are more than 5000 plant taxa growing in Croatia and it is assumed that many species have yet to be discovered or recorded.

Croatia Feeds


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