Where is best for families in Croatia?

Where to go on a family holiday in Croatia

  • Brac Island.
  • Dubrovnik.
  • Kolocep Island.
  • Krka National Park.
  • Lopud Island.
  • Mljet Island.
  • Mreznica River canyon.
  • Paklenica National Park.

Is Croatia good for families?

Croatia is a great place to travel with kids—this is a country full of walkable cities, kid-friendly lodging, and plenty of ways to explore the great outdoors. Give your kids a fun history lesson among the Roman ruins of Istria, or take a traditional fishing trip in the Dalmatian Islands.

Is Croatia nicer than Italy?

For us, Croatia is also the better holiday destination if you’re looking for relaxation, time spent outdoors, and an island hopping adventure. Whereas Italy is perfect for urban tourism, art and food lovers, but also has some stunning scenery – such as the Dolomites mountain range, and the island of Sardinia.

Is there a family activity holiday in Croatia?

Join our professional planned family adventure day tours or let us create a Croatia family activity holiday for you this summer! All our tours are run by professionals, but children and teens must be accompanied by an adult parent. We do not offer a baby sitting service, as our trips are to pull families together.

Which is the best family spot in Croatia?

Various onsite restaurants with cuisine worldwide complete the package at this great family spot in Rovinj. Located in the Lanterna peninsula, the Camping Adria Mobile Homes are 13 kilometers from Porec center, and the UNESCO protected Euphrasian Basilica. Porec is also good to visit the restaurants, galleries, wineries, and bars.

What to do with kids in Split Croatia?

Split’s city beaches are famously good for water sports or kids can learn the art of Picigin to impress back home – or anywhere with calm, shallow waters. From Jure Grando – the world’s oldest vampire – to Babaroga-Under-the-Bed, Croatia’s the land of eerie, odd and cautionary tales for kids to learn from.

How many people can fit in a hotel room in Croatia?

Contemporary, modern rooms are decked out with all the comforts for family relaxation, from minibars and balconies to free WiFi and more. With rooms that can accommodate up to 8 people, families of all sizes will find space to stretch out, including even the smallest babies who can have beds upon request.