Croatia apartments

If you're traveling to Croatia for a holiday or a job, find the place that best suits your needs. We can offer apartments for accommodation in Croatia, guaranteeing you an unforgettable trip. Apartments in Croatia are located in the most interesting areas of the city, close to the main tourist zoo of the ocean. Whether you are traveling alone, on a romantic getaway, a group trip or a family vacation with our choice of apartments, we guarantee you an unforgettable holiday in Croatia. Book now and enjoy a comfortable, functional accommodation in one of our Croatia apartments!

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Croatia apartments

If you're traveling to Croatia for a holiday or a job, find the place that best suits your needs. We can offer apartments for accommodation in Croatia, guaranteeing you an unforgettable trip. Apartments in Croatia are located in the most interesting areas of the city, close to the main tourist zoo of the ocean. Whether you are traveling alone, on a romantic getaway, a group trip or a family vacation with our choice of apartments, we guarantee you an unforgettable holiday in Croatia. Book now and enjoy a comfortable, functional accommodation in one of our Croatia apartments!

Flora and fauna

Croatia is a kind of northern exotic oasis of the Mediterranean Sea with numerous rare species of plants and animals. About 4300 plant species grow on its territory.

The vegetation of the country is extremely diverse: in the south of Dalmatia and in many areas of the Adriatic coast and on the islands - it is subtropical (in the foothills and mountains there are deciduous forests of oak, hornbeam, maple, interspersed with shibliak tickets). In the central mountainous regions oak-hornbeam, beech, and in the upper mountain belt - beech-fir and spruce forests. On the plains of Slavonia and Baranja, there is natural steppe and forest-steppe vegetation with significant areas of broad-leaved forests of oak, linden, hornbeam, maple. In the valleys of large rivers poplar, willow, oak, bushes grow, meadows are widespread. Large areas are occupied by arable land. In total, the flora of Croatia has 4,300 species. The flora is especially rich on the islands. There are 764 species of red, brown and green algae in the Adriatic Sea.

The fauna is characterized by less species diversity. In the mountain forests there are brown bears, forest cats, forest and stone martens, hares, foxes, wolves, deer, chamois, roe deer, and badgers. Lizards and snakes are characteristic of the treeless, well-warmed slopes of the Dinaric Highlands, and turtles are common in coastal areas. The avifauna is diverse. Many breeding species. The most notable species are the eagle, kite, falcon, wood grouse, partridge, stork, gulls and a number of waterfowl. In the forests, many species of woodpeckers are found, including three-toed, black(yellow), gray-haired, white-backed, large variegated, small variegated, verti-necked. The island of Cres is one of the few places on Earth where the bald vulture eagle lives.

Particularly high concentration of birds is within the wetland landscapes at the confluence of the Drava and Danube. There are many commercial fish species in the Adriatic Sea. Of the aquatic mammals, the monk seal is characteristic. The richness of flora and fauna of the small country is demonstrated by seven national parks, three of which are located in the mountainous region(Rysnjak, Paklenica and Plitvice Lakes), and four on the coast(Kornati, Mljet, Brijuni and Krka).

Activities

You will certainly not be bored with children in Croatia. Here you have everything to spend actively and fun: you can ride catamarans, play tennis, on the cleanest beaches you can relax on an inflatable mattress, snorkel from time to time, ride water slides , to board a boat with a transparent bottom or a yacht on a boat trip to see at least some of the many islands in Croatia.

Cycling can be fun and easy fun for the whole family in Croatia. Almost every beach has rental areas where you can rent bicycles for short walks. For longer and more difficult routes (for example, mountain routes), bicycles and equipment are best rented by a specialist.

Another popular pastime for children in Croatia is horseback riding. There are riding centers everywhere, but there are especially many of them in the resort towns on the Istrian peninsula. There you can master the basics of horseback riding and even use such a specific mode of transport to explore the surroundings. And although there are not so many entertainment centers outside the hotel, they are and their number is constantly increasing due to the newly opened water, sports and amusement parks.

Climate

On the territory of Croatia, two types of climate can be distinguished: on the coast of the Adriatic Sea - Mediterranean, with hot and dry summers, and warm and humid winters, inside the country - moderately continental, with cold winters and moderately warm summers. In the mountainous region of Croatia, the climate is colder than in the rest of the territory and with a lot of snow. The coldest time is from December to February. But even during this period in the flat part of the country, the temperature remains positive. The warmest season in the continental regions is from June to August, on the Adriatic coast from June to September.

In the continental part of the country, Slavonia, in winter the average minimum temperature is slightly negative, the average maximum temperature is from 2°С to 7°С. In summer, the average minimum temperature is between 14°С and 19°С, the average maximum temperature is between 25°С and 27°С. The least amount of precipitation falls from January to April(the monthly amount of precipitation during this period is 45-60mm), in the rest of the year, their monthly amount ranges from 70-90mm.

In the north of the Adriatic coast (the Istrian peninsula and Central Dalmatia), in winter, the average minimum temperature is between +3°С and +9°С, the average maximum temperature is between +7°С and +12°С, in summer, as well as in September, it is hot: the average minimum temperature is between +17°С and +22°С, average maximum up to +30°С. There is a lot of precipitation in the north of the coastal zone. Even in relatively dry months(July and August), their number is 82-83mm, and in the period from November to December, 170-190mm falls. In Central Dalmatia, the climate is drier. In the period from June to August, 30-45mm of precipitation falls here, and in the wettest months(November and December), 110-120mm.

In South Dalmatia, winters are slightly warmer, and summers are almost the same as in the rest of the Adriatic. In winter, the average minimum temperature is between +5°С and +10°С, the average maximum temperature is between +11°С and +16°С, in the summer the average minimum temperature is between +17°С and +22°С, the average maximum temperature is up to +30°С. In summer, precipitation is less(25-30mm per month), but in the period from November to January it falls on average up to 200mm per month. The water temperature does not drop below +10°С even in winter. It reaches its maximum value in August, +26°С. The swimming season lasts from mid June to late September. The warmest resorts are in South Dalmatia.

Best time to visit

The best time of the year to visit the country is from May to September, during this period the air warms up to +30°С, and the water to 24°C. The Croatian coast has the largest number of hours of sunshine in Europe(2600).