Croatia regions

Croatian Regions

Istria is largest peninsula in Croatia, located on the very west part of Croatia. It looks like a triangle (see map of Istria) and is very popular destination for tourist and travellers due to it’s close vicinity to Italy, Slovenia and Austria, as well as it’s large coastline, full of small and larger bays with hundred of places and villages offering tourist services…read more about Istria

Dalmatia – Dalmatia is Croatian region located on the very outh of Croatia. It includes hundreds of Croatian islands as well as mountains Velebit , Biokovo and Sveti Ilija on Peljesac peninsula. Dubrovnik, Split , Trogir , Sibenik and Zadar are cities that are located on Dalmatian mainland as well as numerous smaller places like Sinj suitable to visit and spend some nice time more about Dalmatia
Kvarner Gulf

Kvarner – The Kvarner Gulf is the area in Northern part of Croatian Adriatic, bordered by Croatian mainland and Istrian Peninsula. Kvarner is one of the closest points of Adriatic Sea to Central and Western Europe, therefore, because of it’s vicinity and mild climate, Kvarner was very popular tourist destination for Western Europeans since the times of the Austro-Hungarian empire in 19th century…read more about Kvarner
Gorski Kotar

Gorski Kotar – Gorski kotar is the mountainous region of central continental part of Croatia , located between Karlovac and Rijeka. Gorski Kotar borders with Lika and Kvarner regions. Gorski kotar means “mountain district” as large part of its territory is densly …read more about Gorski Kotar
Hrvatsko Zagorje

Hrvatsko Zagorje -Hrvatsko Zagorje is north-west region of Croatia. Its northern border lies at River Sutla at the border with Slovenia, which is the western border while River Lonja the eastern. The southern border of the Zagorje touches the slopes of Medvednica and city of Zagreb. Hrvatsko Zagorje includes areas around Krapina and Varaždin as well as outskirts of Zagreb, the capital of Croatia…read more about Hrvatsko Zagorje

Lika -Lika is a mountainous region in central Croatia, roughly bound by the Velebit mountain from the southwest and the Plješevica mountain from the northeast. Today most of the territory of Lika is part of Lika-Senj county and some parts part of Karlovac county and Zadar county…read more about Lika

Slavonia – Slavonia is Croatian region located on the very north-east of Croatia. It cover the area between River Sava and Drava and borders with river Danube (Dunav) on the East. Slavonia is a flat and fertile area so it’s important source of food fro whole of Croatia. Slavonia is also known for it’s Djakovo Lipicaner Horse Breed, that is bred in Djakovo for centuries…read more about Slavonia