A gem of land, hidden in the southeastern corner of Europe, Croatia is a land of 1000 islands with a 2000 km long coastline known for its untouched nature, crystal clear sea, local specialties, olive oil and wine.

The nightlife here goes hand in hand with hidden beaches and mysterious coves that can only be reached by boat. This means that you choose what you do, how you do it and you can do it in an instant.

Diversity is what makes Croatia special, be it natural or cultural. Everything is very close and accessible without any problems. Beautiful nature, fishing villages, medieval fortresses, nature trails, clean beaches and the sea - just waiting for you.

Basic information

The climate varies from slightly continental in the interior of the country to Mediterranean in the coastal area. Average temperatures on the continent range from 0 – 2°C in January to 19 – 23°C in August, while on the coast they are significantly higher than 6 – 11°C in January to 21 – 27°C in August. With more than 2,600 hours of sunshine a year, the Adriatic coast is among the sunniest in the Mediterranean. Sea temperatures in summer are from 25 – 27°C.

Croatia is the most diverse ecologically preserved area in Europe with the cleanest sea and the largest number of national parks in relation to the area it covers.


Croatia has 8 national parks: Kornati, Krka, Paklenica, Plitvice Lakes, Brijuni, Mljet, Risnjak and Northern Velebit, and 10 protected nature parks that you can reach in an hour's drive from Biograd.

7 UNESCO protected sites of world cultural heritage: Dubrovnik, Diocletian's Palace in Split, Euphrasian Basilica in Porec, Trogir, Sibenik Cathedral, Stari Grad on the island of Hvar and Plitvice, which we have already mentioned.

If you want to visit one of these places during your stay in Biograd, Ilirija travel can organize everything for you.