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Zadar

Zadar

A gorgeous old town dating back thousands of years, a former Dalmatian capital, surrounded by islands, nature and plenty to do, Zadar is a vibrant smaller city on the coast for those wanting to avoid the big city feel.

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Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik

George Bernard Shaw christened it the Pearl of the Adriatic, Game of Thrones fans know it as Kings Landing, and historians refer to it as the Republic of Ragusa. But there are few things we can agree on – Dubrovnik is unique, stunning, and eager to welcome digital nomads.

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Split

Split

If Croatia has an early digital nomad capital, then it has to be Split. Known until relatively recently as the Gateway to the Dalmatian Islands, Split has undergone an incredible transformation in the last decade and is now regarded as one of the hottest destinations in Europe.

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Kvarner / Kvarner islands

Kvarner / Kvarner islands

Kvarner is a tourist region surrounded by cities around Rijeka, islands of Cres, Mali Losinj, Veli Lošinj and the island of Krk.

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Pula

Pula

The Istrian peninsula is Croatia’s most developed tourist destination, as well as being the undisputed gourmet capital.

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Dalmatia

Dalmatia

Dalmatia is Croatia's largest tourist region stretching from the island of Pag to the north to Dubrovnik in the south. The most famous tourist destinations of this region are the city of Zadar in northern Dalmatia, Split in central Dalmatia and Dubrovnik as part of southern Dalmatia.

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Central Istria

Central Istria

A number of medieval towns of central Istria, the unspoiled nature and rich cultural heritage will win the heart of every guest.

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Umag

Umag

Umag-Umago, small town and port on the northwestern coast of Istria is known as a city of tourism and sports. It is especially known as a sports center in Istria because it is as host of the ATP World Tennis Tournament.

 

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Rovinj

Rovinj

Rovinj is one of the most photogenic towns in our Mediterranean. It was once a fishing village, but now is a popular tourist destination. The entire coastline with 22 islands is protected natural heritage.


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