About Croatia
About Croatia
About Croatia
About Croatia
About Croatia
About Croatia
About Croatia
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A Country with a message!

Croatia is the youngest member of the European Union, but it is at the same time a country with a long cultural history and tradition, famous for its extremely attractive tourist destinations which have been recognized across Europe and the world.

Being both a Central European and a Mediterranean country, the main characteristics of Croatia are primarily determined by these two geopolitical areas.

An interesting combination of continental and Mediterranean climates, which has defined Croatia’s geography, history, culture, architecture, folklore and gastronomy, appeals to everyone on an almost primordial level, regardless of whether their ideal vacation involves visiting cultural and historical sites under UNESCO protection, taking part in adrenaline- pumping adventure activities and entertainment or if they just dream of some good, old-fashioned R&R!

In the immediate vicinity of Crvena Luka there are two central counties of the Croatian Adriatic region. The first is Šibenik-Knin County, a county that offers a typically Mediterranean mix of historical towns such as Knin and Drniš, which are located in the hinterland, and juxtaposed with them, the coastal town of Šibenik, overlooking a bewildering multitude of islands and islets guarding this centuries-old town and its hinterland. The second one is Zadar County. The town of Zadar and Zadar County were two historical centres of medieval Croatia, and today, thanks to the Tunnel Sveti Rok, which passes through the formerly insurmountable Velebit mountain range, it is an area that connects continental Croatia and the Adriatic coast. This county is also important because our resort is located there, and so is the near-by town of Biograd na Moru, the local economic centre and transport junction, which has excellent transport connections to its hinterland and at the same time represents the central area of the Riviera well-known for its mostly tourism-oriented coastal localities and the island of Pašman.

These delightful sights, accompanied by the beauties of Croatian mainland regions of Slavonia, Baranja, Podravina, Posavina, Zagorje, Lika and Gorski Kotar, welcome your arrival to the most indented coastline in Europe and the Mediterranean. This exciting coastline, stretching from Umag in the north all the way down to Dubrovnik in the south, is teeming with charming destinations that you will not be able to resist.

Our Crvena Luka resort is located at the very middle of this north-south coastal corridor of Croatia…