Luxury Villa Resorts in Croatia


Located at a meeting point between central Europe and the Mediterranean, Croatia is a stunningly beautiful country with a diverse range of landscape, from the forest covered mountains, to the Pannonian Plain and its mesmerising coastline on the Adriatic Sea. Croatia has re-emerged from its war torn past of a decade ago to become a sparkling jewel in the Mediterranean crown, welcoming visitors from all around with its diverse culture, warm climate and range of luxury villas.

The Istrian Peninsula is a spectacular corner of the Adriatic offering a few of Croatia’s holiday villas, with fascinating towns, beautiful coastline and three National Parks. Porec, under Venetian rule acquired an Italianate style, evidenced in its palaces, squares and religious buildings. A UNESCO World Heritage site since 1979, Plitvice National Park is known for its spectacular waterfalls, 16 lakes, varied bird life, and rich flora and fauna.

Croatia’s capital Zagreb is a cosmopolitan city awash with cultural institutions and Croatia holiday villas. Principal museums include the Ethnographical Museum, Mimara Museum, the Gallery of Old Masters and the Gallery of Modern Art. The Neo Classical Parliament & Government Palace is where Croatian independence was proclaimed in 1918. Gornji Grad (Upper Town) is home to the Presidential Palace, the historic church of St. Mark's, the Croatian parliament, museums and galleries which are all set in cobbled streets lit by gas lamps. Donji Grad (Lower Town) is home to the best of Zagreb's shops, restaurants, cafes, theatres and parks.

Split is the second largest city in Croatia, full of charm, including the Palace of Diocletian, the Renaissance Town Hall on People’s Square, and the Museum of Split with its 16th century works, paintings and books. A wonderful location in order to experience the Dalmatian Coast, spend the day exploring the coast and then relax in your luxury villa.

Known as the “jewel of the Adriatic”, Dubrovnik welcomes visitors with a warm heart. Since war in the early 1990’s, when almost half of the houses and all of the monuments were shelled, Dubrovnik has been restored to its former beauty.

Art collections, great beaches and fields of scented lavender fields make Hvar one of the Dalmatian Coasts treasures. Croatia has an amazing 5,835km of coastline, 4,057km of which belongs to islands, cliffs and reefs. There are 1,185 islands in the Adriatic, but only about 50 are populated. The largest island is Krk (near Rijeka). A further enchanting island, Korcula is one of the largest of Croatia’s Islands. Principal sights include the Abbey Treasury known for its Venetian and Dalmatian art, Civic Museum and the Icon Gallery, famous for its collection of Byzantine icons. Mljet National Park is an island where nature is left undisturbed, where uninhabited islands and secluded beaches offer a restful retreat. The islands may be reached by boat from Dubrovnik and Split. There are so many wonderful luxury Croatian villas for you to choose from, please contact us with your requirements and we will help find you the perfect luxury villa rental to make a memorable Croatia villa holiday.


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