This 7 day Croatia itinerary guarantees to show you the highlights of one of Europe’s prettiest holiday destinations.
From the historic cities of Split and Dubrovnik, to the beautiful islands of Korcula, Solta and Hvar, to the epic landscapes of Krka and Plitvice National Parks, this post will give you plenty of inspiration for planning your trip to Croatia this year.
I’m a bit of a stuck record when it comes to talking about Croatia. It’s the country I recommend most when people ask where they should go on holiday. I go every single year without fail, and I’ve now explored the country pretty extensively – from the small town of Porec in the north, right down to Dubrovnik in the south.
I’ve spent time in Croatia’s national parks, world heritage sites, beaches and mountains. I even spent a week sailing around the islands from Split, then returned the following summer for a music festival in Pag and a city break in Dubrovnik.
I’ve just got back from an incredible city break to Split in Croatia. Come and find out all the best things to do, including where to catch the best views, where to eat, day trips and more in my handy Split travel guide!
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People often ask me what my favourite countries are, and Croatia is ALWAYS in my top 5. I just love it there. Why do I think it’s so special? For starters, the colour of the water, the incredible landscapes, the ancient cities, the islands… and so much more. It’s no wonder I’ve been every year for the past four years.
I’ve visited Split once before, but only had a day there. This time I visited for three nights and enjoyed a city break with the perfect balance of adventure and relaxation.
Check out my video, then scroll down to find out all about planning the perfect Split city break!
From the incredible waterfalls at Krka National Park and Plitvice lakes, to exploring Dubrovnik, Hvar or swimming in the Blue Hole, these are the best day trips from Split, Croatia.
Split is one of my fave cities in Croatia. It’s got a great vibe, lots to do and it’s absolutely stunning too. It’s got that perfect mix of history, top restaurants and lots of sunshine, all things which make it a very popular holiday destination.
While there’s plenty to do in the city itself, no doubt if you’re visiting for a week or so you’ll want to get out and about. Whether you fancy a day of island hopping, or exploring the natural beauty of one of Croatia’s national parks, here are some of my favourite day trips from Split!
Dubrovnik is one of Croatia’s prettiest cities, but great news – there’s plenty to do outside of the city too. If you’re looking for some extra activities as part of your holiday, here are the best day trips from Dubrovnik.
If you read this blog regularly you’ll know Croatia is one of my favourite countries. I love the colours, the lifestyle, the food, the history and the scenery. It’s somewhere I recommend on a daily basis as I think it’s the perfect holiday destination.