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THE LAND OF
A Family Trip to the Lake District
With over one thousand miles of coastline on the mainland, plus a thousand islands, Croatia is fast becoming one of Europe’s top holiday destinations. .
Of course it will already be familiar to many British tourists as part of the former Yugoslavia, which saw holidaymakers fall in love with its historic coastal resorts and the beautiful clean waters of the Adriatic. .
Split, Dubrovnik, and Porec, will be familiar names to those who glanced at travel brochures of the 70’s and 80’s. Now a fresh generation are marvelling at these delightful walled towns. .
Inland, vast National Parks, crystal clear lakes, and snow capped mountains add to the charm. The capital, Zagreb, owes much to the region’s past, when it was linked to the Austro-Hungarian empire. .
It’s also a great destination for a more active getaway, as there are a growing number of activity and adventure holidays on offer. But its the beaches and the coastline that draw the majority of visitors here. And if you’re looking for that all over tan, Croatia is the place - it has more naturist beaches than anywhere else in Europe!