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About Croatia


The Northern Dalmation coast begins at Zadar, the historical centre is practically an open air museum with architecture and history dating back over 3000 years at every step. Zadar can be the start of a micro-adventure to access Croatia's national parks, the Plitvice Lakes and many scenic islands.

The region of Dalmatia continues to hug the shoreline as you make you way south. It is home to over 70 spectacular islands, picturesque stretches of white sand, remote bays, rocky shores and majestic mountains that seem to caress the horizon. It is a journey through the annals of history, where time stands still amidst the spellbinding allure of its well-preserved ancient towns, where each corner reveals extraordinary examples of Greek, Roman, Venetian, and Austro-Hungarian architecture.

However, the allure of this region goes far beyond its natural wonders and historic landmarks. It is a delightful gastronomic voyage thanks to its geographical location, which brings a diverse array of flavours to the table. From the freshest seafood to mouth-watering meat dishes, paired with exceptional local wines.

Moreover, Dalmatia is a region that exudes a zest for life and every summer night becomes a celebration. The place offers visitors endless opportunities to immerse themselves in its lively nightlife, including cosy bars overlooking the sea, hip nightclubs, and open-air parties on the beach. There’s something for everyone!

Magic Dalmatia, a place where marvels of nature, ancient wonders, exquisite cuisine, and a vibrant nightlife intertwine to create an unforgettable holiday experience.

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Departures to Croatia

2024 Programme from Jersey

Split Airport

Saturday 25th May - Saturday 22nd June

Zadar Airport

Saturday 29 June - Saturday 14th September

Our Croatia Favourites

  • Explore the culture and history of the port town of Split
  • Visit the UNESCO world heritage site of Diocletian's Palace
  • Head to Tucepi, home to Croatia's largest beach resorts, stretching over 3km
  • Visit Makarska, sandwiched between the magnificent Biokova Mountain Range and the Adriatic Sea.

Croatia Resorts