You heard so much about it - there are national parks, historical towns with cobble stone alleys, out-of-this-world parties and hidden gems...It's easy to get lost in all the planning, that's why the list is here! The ultimate Croatia to do list. Save it. Use it. See you in the sunshine!



#10 There is a green region with amazing domestic food and gorgeous wine just half an hour out of Zagreb. This fairy tale on land is called Zagorje and it's just one of the many undiscovered locations in Croatia which will leave you relaxed, fed and a bit tipsy! The region is full of wineries and rural home stays which offer fresh home made Croatian delicacies awaiting your taste buds! 



#9 Croatia has 1.700 kilometers of coastline meaning there is a beach pretty much everywhere you turn. But, those gorgeous ones that look like scenes from a James Bond movie, are most often secluded and hidden. Make sure you find time to research and discover them, or turn to someone who knows where they are and how to get to them. For example, us :)



#8 Not in a way that a rescue helicopter has to go out and find you, just to be clear :) Croatia's national parks are vast and incredibly gorgeous, and if you choose the less popular tracks, you'll often find a little paradise just for yourself. Check that national park map in detail before you set off, or ask someone who knows all the tips and tricks. Hint: we know a lot of them. Wink, wink!



7# Sure, while you're here you need to visit crazy Zrće beach and party island Hvar, but those two places for sure aren't the only ones where you can catch up on some quality boogie. There are amazing party resorts where pool dance floors meet the sea and amazing cocktails are served on comfy white loungers. Come check them out with us!



#6 You simply can't come to Croatia and not indulge in mouthwatering lamb, cheese, prosciutto, štrukli and other specialties. Every region you visit has it's specific dishes, amazing wine and of course rakija - the traditional Croatian shot. It's sometimes hard to spot the best places to go, but with us you're all sorted!



#5 Don't let your holiday be all about partying and sleeping. Croatia's natural beauty is simply stunning, and you'll get to see the best of it if you hop on a kayak. Explore a 16th century fortress, roam around relaxed island towns and have a fish lunch in a Croatian tavern!



#4 Culture is cool and there is so much of it in Croatia. From the pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik to abandoned fortresses on Pag island, wherever you find yourself a bit of history awaits. Croatia is the perfect place to combine sunshine, history and bit of partying! Check it out with us!



#3 Why not leave Croatia and come home with an experience of a lifetime? Zip line through a canyon overlooking the beautiful river Cetina, or bungee of Šibenik bridge. #Yolo, right?!



#2 You can't go wrong if you decide to see Croatia in a road + boat trip combo! This way you get to see the best of both worlds rather than being limited to only one option. Road trips let you discover the best of the inland including the best national parks, while setting sail takes you to those amazing secluded beaches. All of our trips are a combination of road and boat trips, which means, you'll definitely be doing it right!



#1 We believe that the ultimately best thing about traveling is meeting like minded people and mingling with a new stash of awesome humans. OH!SO makes sure you get to know the locals, as well as meet so many people from all over the globe. Make sure to tick off our whole to do list next summer in Croatia. We can't wait to meet you all!

Nika Bogdanić

Nika is the founder/Editor/Blogger at Explore Dream Discover. Creative and curious. An explorer. A dreamer. Always in search of new and interesting things to discover.

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