For its small size, Croatia offers incredible diversity for every taste, and a large choice of wonderful places to visit for your perfect days in Croatia. Here a just a few….

Not only is the Blue Cave one of the unique natural phenomena in the world, but this bright and beryl attraction on Bisevo island is destined to be the highlight of your perfect days in Croatia. The magnificent work of Mother Nature, this cerulean oasis is so unique because it is formed due to seawater eroding limestone, a rock Biševo island is wholly composed of. Thanks to the sunlight’s reflection off of the white seabed, which creeps through the opening of a vault at the top of the cave, a mesmerizing blue hue fills its capacity.

The central part of Split is a whirl of narrow stone streets, ancient monuments and medieval buildings. The main monument is the Diocletian Palace, the core upon which the city grew. Well preserved until today, remains of ancient buildings, along with late medieval extensions are valuable archaeological and historical-artistic complex which are on UNESCO’s World Heritage list since 1979. This extraordinary complex is one of the most imposing ancient Roman structures in existence today.  Don’t expect a palace though, nor a museum – this is the Split’s living heart, its labyrinthine streets packed with people, bars, shops and restaurants. The Diocletian Palace was built as a military fortress, imperial residence and fortified town.

Located near the coastal city of Šibenik, Krka National Park is named for the river that runs through its lush forests and feeds its most famous site, Skradinski Buk—a huge, clear pool that starts and ends in waterfalls. The park is home to seven travertine waterfalls, all fringed by pristine woodlands. Take a boat tour to Roski Slap waterfall, which features an old watermill complex that locals used for centuries, or visit the island of Visovac, located in the center of the Krka River. Visovac was first settled by Franciscan monks, who built a monastery on the island in 1445. The island’s current monastery, which dates back to the 18th century, features a small museum and lush gardens full of peacocks.

The Ston Medieval Wall also known as “The Great Wall of Europe” is located in Ston town.Between Ston and Maly Ston there stretches a complex of fortification structures – walls and buildings – build in the 14th century as a means of protection against Turkish attacks.  Ston offers an unique environment as a town with the second longest stone wall in Europe (5,5 km), with narrow quiet streets, noble ancient houses and with traces of ancient cultures. History of this Medieval little town reaches back as far as the 14th century.

Pula Roman Amphitheatre is one of only six remaining Roman amphitheatres in the world and, with its outer wall still complete, is the best preserved of Croatia’s historical sites. Built in the first century AD, it had space for 22,000 spectators, who came to watch gory gladiator contests. Nowadays, people come for the annual film festival and summer concerts, or to just appreciate the grand architecture and to explore the underground corridors.

Overlooking Split, in the mountain pass between Mosor and Kozjak, lies the small village of Klis speckled with vineyards and olive groves. At the center of this hillside village is the Klis medieval fortress built into a rocky ridge with an incredible jaw dropping view of Split , the Adriatic Sea and beautiful surrounding islands.  The Fortress of Klis has a history of more than 2000 years, After the fall of the Roman Empire, the site became a seat for several Croatian kings.

Plitvice Lakes National Park is an amazing wonder within Croatia. With sixteen interconnecting waterfalls, and beautiful flora and fauna, visiting the Park is a truly unique experience. The stunning scenery is made up of sixteen sapphire lakes and gushing waterfalls, the weaving wooden walkways allowing you to get up close. And the surrounding densely wooded hills are home to deer, bears, wolves and wild boar.