If you've yet to visit Croatia, what's been keeping you? Visits from British travelers rose by more than a quarter last year on 2015, with 26 percent more overnight stays recorded by the country's tourist board. And it’s not all down to Game of Thrones (though that has helped). Here are 10 reasons why you should join them (if you haven't already)... 1. It’s still good value Croatia has been a member of the EU since 2013 but kept its currency, the kuna. So while the pound has
Do you need a visa?
Majority of foreign visitors don’t need visa to enter Croatia, including, but not limited to, EU countries, UK, USA, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand.
Foreign citizens of those countries can enter Croatia, and stay here for 90 days within 180 days period.
Citizens of EU countries can enter Croatia using only their ID card, all others need to travel with a valid passport in order to enter Croatia.
If you require a visa to enter Croatia, but hold a val
We were lucky enough to join Med Sailing Holidays for 7 days sailing the Adriatic Sea on a round trip from Split! At first we didn’t know what to expect but by day 7 of sailing holiday in Croatia, we were completely blown away and this exceeded our expectations. Meeting the other guests – Within an hour of being in the marina I had walked around with my bottle vodka and a shot glass jumping on board other Med Sailing Holiday yacht charters – friendships were made! The music w
My blogging has taken a nose dive last week, so I have been behind on my Croatian sailing holiday adventures. For those that follow regularly, you will know that I was studying for some examinations that are now (hopefully) fully wrapped up. So without further ado, let me introduce you to one of my favorite spots on the Dalmatian coast, Hvar and Pakleni Islands of Croatia. Hvar was a welcome harbor that we sailed towards, escaping the storm that descended on us in Scedro. Aft