Visit one of Croatia's most famous and valuable natural treasures!
We'll give you the skinny on everything that you need to know about this beautiful national park - from how to get there to the different sights and things to do while you're there!
Dubbed as Croatia's first-ever national park proclaimed on 8 April 1949 and was internationally recognized on 26 October 1979 to be part of the UNESCO World Heritage List.
This massive park offers visitors a wide range of sights and activities that are worth their money and time.
Croatia is full of historical treasures and one of the oldest buildings in Europe is the Cathedral of St. Domnius or Sveti Dujam as locally known.
The cathedral today is a primary place of liturgy and holds Sunday mass and celebrates St. Domnius Day.
Together with Plitvice National Park, this protected beauty was declared a "protected natural sanctuary" in the early 1960s.
The two most popular activities in the Mljet National Park are hiking and biking. There are numerous hiking trails all over the national park, and tarmac, gravel roads that suit all levels of biking.
The Blue Grotto or Blue Cave on Bisevo is maybe one of the most important sights to visit in the Adriatic. Carved in limestone by the sea, the wonder is a sight to see.
The blue cast is caused by the sun rays penetrating the break up through an underwater opening.
The City of Pula is home to the sixth largest Roman Amphitheater in the world.
Today, the arena is being used for filming, such as movies like Titus as well as many concerts because of the excellent acoustics. It is also home to the Film Festival during Summer.