Villas in Croatia

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Villas in Croatia

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It borders Slovenia and Hungary to the north, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro to the east. To the southwest, there is an outlet to the Adriatic Sea. Its area is 56,613 km2, of which 56,500 km2 is land and 113 km2 is water.

Plant and animals species in Croatia

Croatia is a kind of northern exotic oasis of the Mediterranean with many rare species of plants and animals. About 4300 plant species grow on its territory. The vegetation of the country is extremely diverse: in the southern part of Dalmatia and in many areas of the Adriatic coast and islands - it is subtropical (in the foothills and mountains there are deciduous forests of oak, hornbeam, maple, dotted with shabla thickets). In the central mountain areas - oak-hornbeam, beech, and in the upper mountain belt - beech-fir and spruce forests. In the plains of Slavonia and Baranya, there is natural steppe and forest-steppe vegetation with significant areas of deciduous forests of oak, linden, hornbeam, maple. In the valleys of the great rivers grow poplar, willow, oak, shrubs, meadows are widespread. Large areas are occupied by arable land. In total, the flora of Croatia has 4300 species. The flora is especially rich in the islands.

The fauna is characterized by less species diversity. In the mountain forests, there are brown bears, forest cats, forest and stone martens, rabbits, foxes, wolves, deer, wild goats, deer, and badgers. Lizards and snakes are characteristic of the treeless, well-heated slopes of the Dinaric mountain area, and turtles are common in coastal areas. The most remarkable species are the eagle, kite, falcon, black grouse, partridge, stork, seagull, and a number of waterfowl. Many species of woodpeckers are found in forests, including three-toed, black(yellow), gray-haired, white-backed, large variegated, small variegated, and spinning. The island of Kres is one of the few places on Earth where the bald eagle vulture lives.

A particularly high concentration of birds is in the humid landscapes at the confluence of the Drava and the Danube. There are many commercial fish species in the Adriatic Sea as well as 764 species of red, brown, and green algae. Of the aquatic mammals, the monk seal is characteristic. The richness of the flora and fauna of the small country is demonstrated by seven national parks, three of which are located in the mountainous region (Rishnyak, Paklenica, and Plitvice Lakes) and four on the shore(Kornati, Mljet, Brijuni, and Krka). Croatia is known as one of the cleanest places in Europe. Visitors remain captivated by the extraordinary landscapes and untouched nature, which are very rare nowadays. 10% of the country's territory is protected. Eight national parks and eleven nature parks have been declared.

Interesting things to do in Croatia

The best time to visit depends on the purpose of the trip. If you want to focus on culture and attractions, then the ideal time is spring and autumn. If the main goal is a holiday, the best time is July-September. Croatia offers almost unlimited opportunities for outdoor activities. The Adriatic coast offers ideal conditions for diving, windsurfing, and fishing. Boat lovers can go for a walk along the coast or to the islands by yacht. Picturesque landscapes and an abundance of historical sights make exciting hiking and cycling tours, and ski resorts offer winter sports. Do not forget about the numerous mountain rivers, they are ideal for rafting. Rafting is an extreme sport, thousands of fans of this sport come to Croatia every year. Croatian mountain rivers are not considered the easiest to cross, so inexperienced travelers should better use the services of an instructor. The most popular rivers for descent are Una, Dobri, Zrmani, Korana, Cetina. They pass through the territory of picturesque national parks, where you can relax and take a breath in special places.

Diving is one of the most popular activities among tourists. During the dive you can see many "shekels'' - underwater reefs with rocks, as well as come across one of the many sunken ships, including Roman galleys. For beginner divers, diving off the coast of Istria will be most attractive: the diving depth at this place is about 40 meters. In the Palagruza archipelago, diving depths are suitable mainly for professionals. Tourists expect the amazing underwater world of the Adriatic, where a huge variety of fish life, including catsharks, eels, lobsters, barracudas.

Windsurfing fans should go to the island of Brac, which is considered the center of this sport in the country. The largest windsurfing track on the island starts next to another island - Hvar. There are also a huge number of hiking and cycling tours. The most popular cycling tourism is in Istria, Dalmatia, Kvarner. In mainland Croatia, there are two main bike paths: Ina's path, which is about 30 km long, and St. Martin of Muri, which is about 35 km long. The longer route starts from Grobnik and lasts about 55 km. Almost all bicycle paths in Croatia are paved, the routes are located in picturesque places, some of them include visiting attractions. Walking tours are also very popular. Trained climbers will be able to climb one of the many peaks in the country. They are not so high, but the routes are often incredibly difficult due to the terrain. Mount Plak is an ideal destination for mountaineers and rock climbers. There are excellent conditions for climbing in Paklenica National Park.

Skiing in Croatia is not the most popular, but fans of extreme skiing will be able to ski on the slopes of Platak, Bjelolasica, and Sleme peak.

The weather in Croatia

Croatia's climate is very diverse. To the north of the country, there is a temperate continental climate, the coast - warm Mediterranean and the mountain dinar. In the central and mountainous winter, it can be quite cold and snowy as the coast is warm and humid. Summer is almost always warm, and the Adriatic coast is hot.