1 Villas Luxe Croatie
Cette villa de luxe en Istrie est parfaitement préparée pour des vacances familiales. Situé au sommet d'une colline, la maison de vacances bénéficie de merveilleuses vues panoramiques de 360 degrés. La propriété peut accueillir 10 personnes. Il y a cinq chambres, toutes équipées de salle...
Cette villa de luxe en Istrie est parfaitement préparée pour des vacances familiales. Situé au sommet d'une colline, la maison de vacances bénéficie de merveilleuses vues panoramiques de 360 degrés. La propriété...
Concierge tips for Croatie
Planning a beach vacation, think of Croatia known for its Adriatic sea sapphire coastline and intriguing culture. Offering a great number of luxury villa rentals Croatia has converted into one of the most desired summer destinations in Europe. Having been home to the Celtic La Tene culture settlements, the land of the Greek colonies, a part of the Roman Empire and of Byzantine Empire, vassal of Francia, partially ruled by the Venetians and Ottomans, Croatia´s culture of today is an alluring and fascinating potion.
Where should I stay in Croatia? - If your plan is to soak in the emerald waters and get warmed up under the welcoming summer sun or do some nautical tourism, coastal Croatia is for you. Do not miss the Renaissance Dubrovnik with its magical narrow streets and picture-like sunset spots. impressive city walls and Rector´s palace, Sponza Palace and Franciscan Monastery.
Pay special attention to Istria, the heart-shaped peninsula in the Adriatic sea known all over the world for its beautiful unpolluted pebble beaches and charming villages uphill including Rovinj, Motovun, Rabac and Porec. Our Istria luxury villas are located in the best spots of the area.
If your idea is to come and have some natural spa treatments, fresh air and healthy lifestyle activities, Croatian inland and the Dinaric Alps with its picturesque peaks are for you.
Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, is fantastic for a city break and cultural tourism with its comprehensive art collections held in the museums and galleries and plenty of high-end restaurants and bars.
When should I visit Croatia? - Croatia´s climate varies depending on the area you are in. Most of the country enjoys a continental climate with the warmest part being the Adriatic sea coastline benefiting from the Mediterranean climate. If you are not tied up with the summer months, the best time to come to Croatia both for a city trip and for a beach vacation would be May-June and September-October. The climate normally permits you to swim and sunbathe with the spots not being overcrowded.
Top things to do in Croatia - Discover the crystal-clear waters of Adriatic coastline with its fascinating caverns and caves with a luxury yacht charter or do some water activities including diving, kayaking, snorkelling, windsurfing. Inland, try some rock climbing, hiking, biking and many other open-air activities that our concierge services specialists can arrange for you.
Visit the foremost Croatia destinations including Split with its Cathedral of St. Domnius, the remains of the Diocletian´s Palace and Dubrovnik with its fortress and Lokrum. Discover the transcendently beautiful UNESCO-listed Plitvice Lakes National Park and its 16 postcard-like pristine lakes.Try to get an idea of the traditional Croatian food that varies from one region to another. Try the Crni rizotthat is practically a kind of squid risotto with other seafood, the Dalmatian pasticada s njokima (marinated and braised beef fillet with gnocchi, brudet (a fish stew), istarski fuzi (typical Istrian pasta) and fritule (deep-fried dough balls with raisins) for a dessert.
If somehow Croatia has not attracted you that much or you cannot come there this year, check our luxury villas in Spain also perfect for a beach vacation.