Vacationers who are interested in apartment rentals in Croatia have many choices, as they are the most prevalent accommodation option there. In addition, the median size of apartment rentals in Croatia is 52 m² and they cost, on average, $144 per night. Furthermore, most apartment rentals in Croatia can welcome 5 guests, which makes it an ideal vacation destination for medium-sized groups and families. You can also compare other types of accommodation in Croatia. House rentals are, for example, another common accommodation option there with 69,300 properties to compare. While apartment rentals in Croatia have an average size of 52 m², house rentals have an average size of 131 m².
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Popular Rental Amenities in Croatia
Accommodations can be chosen based on various criteria. Above, you will find the number of rentals that provide a specific amenity in Croatia. In Croatia, 318,145 accommodations offer "TVs". Consequently, if you want to tune out with some TV time, select the TVs filter to compare these accommodations. Not as many accommodations in Croatia are available if you like to end your days curled up by the fire or if you want a rental with a jacuzzi as "Jacuzzis" and "fireplaces" are not very common amenities in Croatia.
Price and Availability Index in Croatia
Vacation Rental Price Information in Croatia
We analyzed price data and rendered them in this graph, which shows vacation rental prices for the next twelve months in Croatia. The most expensive week of the next 12 months is in July (7/17 - 7/24), where prices hit an average of $157 a night. Vacation rental prices go down to $95 per night in December (12/5 - 12/12).
Rental Availability Information in Croatia
Check how busy Croatia is with our availability graph. The week with the lowest percentage of available accommodations is in December (12/19 - 12/26). The week with the highest percentage of available rentals is in June (6/12 - 6/19).
Discover History and Culture From a Vacation Rental in Croatia
From the scenic Adriatic coastline to the big-city attractions of Zagreb, Croatia offers something for visitors of all ages. Located throughout Croatia, vacation rentals serve as the perfect home-away-from-home from which you can uncover the country's sights, history, and culture.
Getting to Croatia: arrive in Croatia by plane or train
Croatia has no major international airport, but instead has a surprising number of smaller airports which serve the relatively small country. Dubrovnik, Split, and Zagreb are some of the most well-visited localities in Croatia and are all served by daily European flights. Croatia has few flights from outside the European Union but connecting to Croatia from one of the international hubs, such as London Heathrow and Frankfurt, is straight forward.
Your Croatia vacation rental will also be easily accessible by direct trains from Germany, Hungary, Switzerland and Austria. The local busses offer a regular and efficient service, and you can easily travel between the stunning coastal locations by boat.
Taxis are comparatively cheap and it’s always best to book an official car through the information desk at the airport or hotel to avoid scams.
Experience Croatia’s Cultural Gems: World-Class Performances and Fine Art
The Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb is the country's foremost performing arts venue, where culture enthusiasts can experience world-class ballet, opera, and live theatre. Croatia's exceptional art galleries include Zagreb's Mimara Art Museum, which houses works dating from prehistoric times to the 20th century, and the Museum of Modern Art in Dubrovnik. The Archaeological Museum in Split, another outstanding museum, recounts the fascinating history of Croatia through collections of artifacts from ancient Greek and Roman civilizations.
Action-packed Croatian Adventures with Kids
One of the best things about Croatia is the abundance of unspoiled sandy beaches. Rab Island in particular is known for its sandy, child-friendly beaches, along with picturesque coves and many areas of shallow water for beginner swimmers. Cross the toll bridge to Krk Island or catch a ferry to Cres and you'll be similarly spoiled for choice when it comes to family-friendly beaches.
For the real adrenaline junkies, there are plenty of pulse-raising activities to enjoy across the islands. Daring boys and girls aged seven or older will love zipping around on zip lines, or exploring dinosaur parks on Krk Island. Alternatively, head to the peninsula of Istria for all-ages fun at Aquapark Istralandia, a large waterpark that boasts multiple slides and a wave pool.
In Croatia in general, children are generally more than welcome, and even the fanciest restaurants will be able to accommodate them. Many attractions also offer free entry for very young children. While it's safe (and very normal) to let children run around and play on beaches and playgrounds, do be mindful of the presence of sea urchins in shallow water. A pair of water shoes or sandals will help protect little feet!
Want to get out of the sun for a few hours while still keeping the kids entertained? The Museum of Illusions in Zagreb is an excellent choice. This renowned collection of optical illusions and special effects is highly interactive, and has something to offer children of any age… and plenty to mesmerize grown-ups too!
Top Excursions in Croatia: Historical Icons and Natural Beauty
The 7th-century walled city of Dubrovnik is one of Croatia's most magical destinations. A walk around the city walls, high above the Adriatic Sea, is an unforgettable experience for many visitors. The well-preserved ruins of Diocletian's Palace in Split and the imposing Roman amphitheatre in Pula are two more spots to tick off on your bucket list. Other destinations nature lovers will relish while staying at Croatia vacation apartments are Plitvice Lakes National Park and the spectacular Dalmatian coastline and islands.
Croatia’s Regular Events: Folk Festivals and a Tournament of Chivalry
Taking place in Zagreb, the International Folklore Festival showcases traditional culture from Croatia and beyond. Special events include folk performances and music and dance workshops throughout the city. You could also check out Sinjska Alka, a knights' tournament that has been held in the town of Sinj for over 300 years. Other regular events in Croatia include the Dubrovnik Summer Festival and Pula Film Festival.
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