Private property with a stone house for eight people by the sea on the island of Krk.1/7Holiday with a sea view
Croatian Islands | These holiday homes are located on the islands off the Croatian coast and offer a direct view of the shimmering blue Adriatic. This just raises the question of which island is the right one.
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The bar in a particularly well-equipped holiday villa for up to ten people in Pula.2/7Holiday with pool
Croatia | The classic swimming pool isn’t, however, at the forefront here! Rather, a pool table is standard at these holiday homes.
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“We will definitely be back here!” declared one satisfied holidaymaker about this pool villa.3/7The best properties in Croatia
Croatia is a heavenly travel destination with over 5,000 kilometres of coastline and numerous large and small islands. You’ll find the holiday homes in the Balkan state with the best reviews here.
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"Super great holiday house" one atraveo customer wrote about this holiday house.4/7Unwind 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.
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Holiday home for max. 7 persons at the Plitvice Lakes6/7A small paradise
Plitvice Lakes | Here awaits you one of the most beautiful and untouched lake sceneries in Europe. Live in the heart of Plitvice Lakes National Park and explore this unique nature spectacle.
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7/7And I can come too
Croatia | With these holiday houses it is explicitely allowed to bring pets so that your faithful four legged friend can also enjoy a relaxing and eventful holiday.
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This is how holiday rental owners described Krk
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Krk’s cathedral is, along with the Frankopan family castle, the most famous city motif. In the 5th century the basilica, from the early Christian period, was situated on the location of the Roman thermae. During the following years, the cathedral experienced a variety of styles: romanic, gothic, renaissance, baroque and modern style. It was mentioned for the first time in written documents in 1186, and was dedicated to the Assumption of Mary.
The castle was built gradually from a number of elements. Today it is a square building, 27 m long and 17 m wide, whilst the height of its perimeter walls is 9 m. On the northern part, towards the Kamplin the circle tower is situated. On the western corner is the square Frankopan courtroom, on the eastern part, towards the sea, is the square tower, and on the western side is the observatory.
In fact, Christianity came into the city in an early period, which is proved by the Iliric epitaphs. The old city centre is reachable through the four doors, and out of the city walls, the city was only developed more intensely over the last few centuries. The city walls with their doors had already been erected in the pre Roman period and have remained in the same place until today, even though they have been reconstructed many times, they have always established the interior city arrangement.
We can already see traces of catering from the early Middle Ages in the city of Krk, and its first guests were Czechs. From that period until today Krk has become, with the number of its hotels and camp-sites, a very strong centre even at wider European levels.
The city of Krk is today the administrative, political, economic and religious centre of the island of Krk.
This area is known for a higher altitude than the rest of the city , and it has a great city view and sea view.
It's distanced about 500 meters from ancient city center, concrete/sandy beach, and cathedral. ...
This is the perfect place for nature lovers - there are Olive trails( biking and walking trails), surrounded with olive yards and beautiful nature.
There are beautiful " wild" beaches, about 10 minute drive from here. Many of them hidden behind the woods, and also the only area in town where nudism is allowed.
show more monuments, catchy laid back Mediterranean atmosphere and mouth-watering local culinary delights, Krk is one of most sought after island destinations in the northern part of the Croatian coast.
show more Italy, Austria, Germany and Hungary. Rijeka also has daily coach lines which connects all European points such as Munich, Zurich, Trieste, etc. If you like boat rides you can also reach Rijeka by ferry and one of the safe harbours of the island in your own boat. You can leave your boat during the winter in Marina Punat or in other marinas offering dry storage. For the sake of orientation, here are some rough distances for those who prefer coming by car:
München ~ 600 km, Wien ~ 500 km, Budapest ~ 600 km, Praha ~ 800 km, Bratislava ~ 600 km, Trieste ~ 100 km, Milano ~ 550 km, Ljubljana ~ 150 km, Zagreb ~ 200 km
When arriving by highway follow the signs for the city of Rijeka, until you see signs for Krk and then you begin to follow the signs for Krk (millions of tourists per year found it with no problems, so can you)
show more a lot of shops - from foodstuffs to souvenirs - pubs and restaurants where is possible to taste excellent typical dishes, wines and cheeses characteristic of the island, bank and chemist's shops, internet points.
Splendidissima civitas Curictarum or the shiny town of the people of Krk, is a town of rich cultural heritage which is proudly presented to its visitors,it gives a warm welcome from the sea with a well protected port. Due to its extremely rich cultural heritage,traditional intraverted people,and nicely decorated beaches,we recommend this town to all families with children and to those who are willing to use the time machine which brings a variety of epochs through 2 milleniums.
Low priced bathing fun and beautiful interior
Croatia | Most Croatia tourists are drawn to the Adriatic Coast with its numerous islands and great holiday resorts. atraveo offers its customers in Croatia 27,000 holiday homes and apartments at the Adriatic coast, from Istria to the Kvarner Gulf down to sunny Dalmatia. You will surely find your perfect holiday domicile!
You don’t need much for an exciting vacation at the seaside in Croatia. Pack in your bathing suit and off you go! Croatia impresses not only with its great weather from spring to autumn but also with its countless beautiful beaches as well as low price level making the country the ideal destination for people with smaller budgets. Croatia’s heartland attracts especially with its untouched nature. Discover the Croatian landscapes away from the holiday regions along the coast and spend a great hiking vacation in spectacular nature. An interesting destination is for example the National Park Plitvice Lakes.
Further information on holiday home vacations in Croatia such as travelling or tips on the ideal travelling time and destination you can find in the holiday home selection for Croatia. Or browse through our blogs.
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