Interliners are always looking for unique and interesting and inexpensive destinations to explore.
So more and more are heading to Croatia. Planning a holiday to Croatia? Explore places like the Dalmatian Coast, the cities Dubrovnik, Split, Zadar and Zagreb, the islands, including Hvar, and the national parks.
Costs are incredibly inexpensive in Croatia compared to many countries in Western Europe. A nice dinner will run you under $20. A good hotel room, under $100 a night. A private sailing trip along the coast will run you about $125 to $150. Thirsty? A beer will run you $2. Compare that to Paris or Rome.
Croatia has a stunning coastline, unspoiled natural beauty with including eight national parks and beautifully-preserved centuries-old harbor towns. It is less touristy than Western Europe and offers you a cheap sun, sea and sand holiday that you will find in Spain or GreeceGreece or Spain. So where exactly should you head for? The Telegraph did a great story this week on exploring Croatia, how to get there and what to do once you are there.