Villas in Croatia

Villas in Croatia

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​​​​Croatia has become one of the most beautiful and famous European holiday destinations over the years.

  • Population: 4,055,447
  • National Parks: 8
  • Number of Islands: 1244
  • UNESCO sites: 10

The increasing number of tourists are being captivated by the stunning coastline and the Adriatic Sea, a perfect Mediterranean climate, the out-of-this-world cuisine, and are inspired by the cultural heritage and natural beauty. The majority of visitors are looking for the perfect travel experience including a great Croatian travel itinerary and the best suitable accommodation. Good that you’re here - My Luxoria will help you with both! 

As a travel agency with an offers the most luxurious villas with pools in Croatia for everyone's needs and desires and the local knowledge, we can help you find the best luxury villa in Croatia for your family and friends and show you the best way to experience Croatia to the fullest! So don’t miss the content below and get ready for the vacation of your dreams! 

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We gathered information to offer you a complete travel guide when traveling to Croatia and we want to introduce you to over 600 of the greatest luxury holiday homes in Croatia.

What to expect from your Croatian vacation

  • Endless blue, breathtaking sunsets, and amazing beaches through the whole coastline from Istria to Dubrovnik gifted by the Adriatic Sea 

  • Famous historic cities one must visit when traveling to Croatia including the 10 UNESCO World Heritage sites.

  • Stunning natural sights with 8 National Parks 

  • Island hopping between the 1244 Croatian islands 

  • Exciting and adventurous travel programs like kayaking, rafting, canyoning, hiking, climbing, snorkeling, and much more

  • Delicious and traditional Mediterranean cuisine wherever you go

  • Heartwarming locals who are eager to meet you

  • Outstanding luxury villas with a pool for your stay 

With our collection, we want to go above and beyond to offer you the perfect villa according to your needs and desires. You should be able to enjoy the simplicity and ease of spending time with friends and family and not worry about a single thing!

Good to know when traveling to Croatia

  • English is widely spoken in Croatia and most of the locals even speak German and Italian. Despite this, the locals value guests who make an effort to blend into their culture. Some extra points can be earned by saying hello (dobar dan), please (molim), and thank you (hvala).

  • The best way to tour the country is by car, but buses are indeed a far better option for traveling than the unreliable and poorly linked train system.

  • Tipping is very common in Croatia, so tipping 10% to 15% or simply rounding up your bill will very much be appreciated.

  • Taxes are included in all of the prices already, so you don’t have to worry about calculating the final cost

  • Whether it’s for tipping, purchasing souvenirs, or dining out, many services are cash-only, so we recommend always having cash with you.

  • Croatia has one of the highest quality drinking waters (tap water) in the world 

  • In case of any kind of emergency, please call the number 112 (192 – Police, 193 – Fire Brigade & 194 – Ambulance)

Here are also some inside Tipps for tourists on what mistakes to avoid when traveling to Croatia

No-Go’s in Croatia

  • Blindly traveling during the peak season (June To August) - that’s Croatia's most visited period and accommodations are mostly booked then
  • Staying in an old town area if you’re driving - there will not always be available parking spots

  • Assuming all Croatian beaches are sandy - most of them are actually rock slab beaches or pebble beaches 

  • Don’t forget SPF, the temperatures can reach 35-40 degrees Celsius in summer

  • If a local invites you to enjoy traditional treats, like Rakija or dried figs, don't say no. It's their way of welcoming your and a great opportunity of interacting with them.

  • Don’t underestimate nature - when taking a hike to some natural parks, like the Biokovo mountain, for example, please make sure you have the right equipment and you know the ways. Many tourists get injured or lost when going on hikes

To finish our Croatian introduction, here are some interesting and rarely known facts about Croatia:

Did you know?

  • Croatian Slavoljub Penkala invented a mechanical pencil called the Penkala in 1906. Today we call it “pen.”

  • The famous Dalmatian dogs originally came from Croatia’s region of Dalmatia

  • The world’s the quickest-accelerating road car, Electric Rimac Nevera was invented by Croatian inventor Mate Rimac.

  • Zadar has the world’s first pipe organ played by the sea

  • Nikola Tesla was born in Croatia in the village Smiljan.

  • The tie and the parachute were invented in Croatia.

  • The smallest town in the world, Hum, is located in Istria, Croatia

  • The stone that built the White House in Washington D.C. comes from the island of Brač. 

  • Game of Thrones, Robin Hood, and Mamma Mia! - Here we go again were filmed in Croatia

Let’s skip to the part about finding you the perfect accommodation, should we?

Why booking a villa in Croatia with My Luxoria is the best option possible for you?

  1. Easy & safe booking

  2. Villas for every type of group: family-friendly villas, sea view or beachfront villas, pet-friendly villas, heated pool villas, villas surrounded by untouched Mediterranean nature, relax&spa villas, all-year-round villas, villas for a quick weekend break.

  3. Private pool, jacuzzi and saunas, tennis courts, children's amenities, and much more are available to enhance your stay.

  4. Complete privacy is guaranteed

  5. High-quality service for the best price

  6. 24/7 guest support with local knowledge

  7. Unforgettable experiences

My Luxoria is here to assist you in finding the ideal luxury holiday villa in Croatia for you and your friends. Please contact us if you have any concerns! Future memories are booked here, and let's get started on your next Croatian adventure!

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FAQ about Villas in Croatia

Is it safe to travel to Croatia?

Of course, there are always some risks associated with travelling to a foreign country. Croatia, on the other hand, is a highly safe country to visit. There are no particularly unsafe or off-limits regions for travellers.

Why is Croatia so popular?

Croatia is one of Europe'smost popular tourist destinations, and it's easy to understand why. Whether you're searching for stunning beaches, mountains, historic monuments, amazing cuisine or a lively nightlife, the country provides something for everyone.

What is the most famous food in Croatia?

Croatia is well-known for its seafoodand wine. Lobster, crab, mussels, octopus, and squid are among the seafood options. Reds (Zinfandel, Merlot), whites (Pinot Grigio), and sparkling wines are some of the most famous wines you can taste when travelling to this beautiful country and go on a gastronomy adventure!

Is Croatia friendly to tourists?

Croatia is one of the most welcoming countries to tourists. Locals are always happy to assistand make you feel at ease. Furthermore, there are several tourist attractions in Croatia that will keep you active and delighted.

What is the climate in Croatia?

Croatia's climate ranges from continental in the north to Mediterranean in the Adriatic coast. Summers in the heartland are hot, and winters are coldand snowy. Summers along the coast are hot and dry, while winters are warmer.

How much is a cup of coffee in Croatia?

The price of a cup of coffee in Croatia varies depending on where you buy it. However, a cup of coffee in Croatia is estimated to cost between 8 and 12 Kunas.

What should I avoid in Croatia?

Tourist should avoid the following when travelling in Croatia:

  • Blindly traveling during the peak season (June To August) - that’s Croatia's most visited period and accommodations are mostly booked then
  • Staying in an old town area if you’re driving - there will not always be available parking spots
  • Assuming all Croatian beaches are sandy - most of them are actually rock slab beaches or pebble beaches
  • Don’t forget SPF, the temperatures can reach 35-40 degrees Celsius in summer
  • If alocal invites you to enjoy traditional treats, like Rakija or dried figs, don't say no.It's their way of welcoming you and a great opportunity of interacting with them.
  • Don’t underestimate nature - when taking a hike to some natural parks, like the Biokovo mountain, for example, please make sure you have the right equipment, and you know the ways. Many tourists get injured or lost when going on hikes

Should you tip in Croatia?

Yes,tipping is very common in Croatia, so tipping 10% to 15% or simply rounding up your bill will very much be appreciated.

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