From the Sea to the Sky

This diverse region will transport you from sea level up to the clouds in mere steps.


Your dream holidays begin in Kvarner, a popular tourist resort with a 150-year history. Wind your way between sunny islands

or visit Opatija, with its leafy parks and long seafront promenade.


The landscape soon shifts entirely upon arriving in the wooded and mountainous region of Gorski Kotar. The lungs of Croatia,

this area is home to eagles, wolves and bears, as well as the kind of pure air that appeals to hikers and cyclists all over the

world. Dare to join them!


If being active is the best way for you to unwind and relax, Croatia will surely be your next challenge!

Where to go

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The White and Samarske Rocks

This is where nature truly played an incredible game by creating amazing shapes of rocks, which by far surpass all that was made by human hand.

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Amongst the main attractions of Učka are the unique limestone formations in the area of Vrana and at the very top of Učka, where an old tower is erected.

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Fužine is a famous place with a very long tourist tradition that dates back to 1874 when the first organized trip in history was recorded and guests arrived by special trains from Sušak, Rijeka.

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Lubenice is a small, stone-built village perched atop a 378 metre-high ridge, and makes a scenic viewpoint not only for visitors but also for the permanent residents of the island of Cres – its griffon vultures.

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Mošćenička Draga

Mošćenićka Draga, the jewel of Kvarner at the foot of the Učka Mountain, has carved itself into the rocky ravine. Its autochthonous Mediterranean architecture, history, coastal tradition...

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Opatija is a fashionable Adriatic tourist resort. In the past it was a summer and winter destination for the Austro-Hungarian nobility because of its mild Mediterranean climate, and today it is a place of luxury hotels.

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Where the islands of Cres and Lošinj meet is the small town of Osor, famous for its evening music sessions and turbulent history.

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Paradise Beach

The largest and most famous Rajska beach (Paradise beach) is 1.5 kilometres long, and alongside it are the most important places of touristic capacity.

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Sanctuary of Our Lady of Trsat and the City of Rijeka

Under the watchful eye of the Trsat fortress and the oldest sanctuary dedicated to Our Lady in Croatia is the maritime and cultural centre of Rijeka, which is also home to a Franciscan monastery, a church and the famous Chapel of votive gifts.

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Skrad is one of Croatia’s gems in the heart of Gorski Kotar. It sits above a canyon that has Zeleni vir and the Vražji prolaz, surrounded by forests with wonderful views...

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The Baška Plaque

The Baška Plaque (Bašćanska ploča, island of Krk) — the largest Croatian written monument in old Glagolitic script, dating from the 12th century.

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The Island of Košljun

A mere 10-minute boat ride from Punat is all that is needed to transport you to this spiritual and scenic paradise.

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Town of Rab

The town of Rab, with its four Romanesque bell towers and three main streets – Gornja, Srednja and Donja (upper, middle and lower) – is also home to precious medieval churches and patrician palaces.

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This ancient stone town on the island of Krk, which rises from the sea overwhelms with its beauty and spirit. It is a town of the Glagolitic script, Frankopan princes...