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Unspoilt beaches and rugged terrain: here are 10 of Croatia's best sights
Posted on 24/03/2019


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Meet Eastern Europe's Riviera: Croatia. Here you can miles of pristine beaches and fantastical landscapes which help explain why most of the Games of Thrones series was filmed here. We have compiled 10 images of Croatia's most wanderlust landscapes.

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  • Plitvice Lakes National Park
    Plitvice Lakes National Park

    Welcoming over 1 million visitors every year, this park is one of Croatia's treasures which is why it gained the title of UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979. Discover the mother of waterfalls, the Veliki Slap, and during a sunny day you might be lucky enough to see gorgeous rainbows appear.

  • Zlatni Rat
    Zlatni Rat

    This paradise beach is one of the best you can find along the Croatian coastline. Interestingly the tip of this beach is constantly changing due to the influence of waves, winds and sea currents. If you enjoy surfing or wind surfing, this beach has the perfect conditions to indulge in these activities.

  • Krka

    This river can be found in the Dalmatia region of Croatia which is also famous for its waterfalls. Imagine taking a dip into the river whilst watching water cascade down the rocks right in front of you. The Skrandinski Buk falls are one of Croatia's most famous sites thanks to their outstanding beauty.

  • Split

    Although Split appears to be a traditional Mediterranean town, there's a lot more history to this place than what initially meets the eye. Split is the second largest city in Croatia and it is a place where ancient meets modern. Here you can find some of the world best persevered roman ruins such as Diocletian's Palace and Saint Domnius Cathedral.

  • Dubrovnik

    Dubrovnik has famously been described as the pearl of the Adriatic and indeed it is a charming city complete with an old town. In fact, this was the very city where scenes of Games of Thrones was filmed. Feel like you are in the very series yourself, by taking a stroll along the Muralles de Dubrovnik, the city's ancient walls. The Lovrijenac is one of the city's landmarks and this fortress stands tall at 37 meters above sea level.