1/9Unwind and relax
Croatia | The beach is too full or too far away? Or you just want to relax and unwind? These holiday houses all have an own pool.
Per week from USD 847show 2,625 offers
House in a secluded bay on the island of Hvar.
2/9My own bathing bay
Croatian coast | No neighbours for far and wide - you will spend your holidays here like Robinson Crusoe. These holiday homes are secluded in the countryside and are also usually furnished in a very simple way.
Per week from USD 441show 100 offers
Space for 4 holidaymakers: The "Porer" lighthouse is located on a small island off the south coast of Istria.3/9Be a lighthouse keeper
Croatia | Yes, you really can live here! Let your gaze sweep over the sea, keep a lookout for ships and feel like a real lighthouse
Per week from USD 838show 21 offers
Apartment for up to 4 people on the island of Ciovo4/960% still free in summer
Dalmatia | Holiday on the Adriatic, only this time on the eastern shore of Croatia. Houses with a pool invite you to relax, while holiday parks provide fun with the whole family, and Split is often only a short distance away.
Per week from USD 343show 33,644 offers
Holiday park with a large pool area, located directly by the sea on the west coast of Istria.
Croatia | Parents can relax and unwind whilst their children are taken off their hands and entertained in a holiday park or holiday residence.
Per week from USD 340show 831 offers
Vacation in a holiday home in Krk
An island of superlatives, Krk (pronounced “Kirk,” with a rolled “r”) is the northernmost and largest island in the Croatian Adriatic Coast. A picture postcard region with azure seascapes, virgin beaches and rural locales, it's an ideal getaway for couples, families and groups who are well-served by the numerous holiday apartments here. The gorgeous setting attracts travellers from throughout Europe, who flock to the holiday houses in Krk.
A Hotbed of History
This popular island in Croatia holds the distinction of being continuously inhabited and visited since the Neolithic Period. Its popularity persists as holiday homes continue to welcome a steady flow of visitors. Earthworks from the Iron and Bronze Age can be found in prehistoric settlements scattered across this island, which switched hands between the Romans, Venetians, Austrians, Italians and finally the Croatians, among other cultural groups. The tenth-century Kamplin Square still commands a tremendous respect from Krk's inhabitants, who are proud of their medieval walled city. If you're lucky, your holiday apartments could offer striking views of the town by night!
Day Trips & Activities
Once you've settled into your holiday house, head out to the historical island towns of Silo, Baska, Vrbnik, Punat, Malinska and of course the city of Krk. The islet of Plavnik, known for its corals and marine life, is worth an excursion. The best time to visit is summer when festivals unfold against the backdrop of the cathedral, the Franciscan monasteries, the Frankopan Castle and the aforementioned City Walls. The capital city Zagreb is a short flight away.
Families with children tend to rent holiday houses (alternately known as holiday rentals or holiday homes) because of the comfort, privacy and affordability factor. Book yourself a vacation in a holiday home and let Krk work its charm on you!