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A road trip in Croatia

10 days of road trip from the north of Croatia to the south of Croatia.

by carolineAbout Me:Hi, I’m Caroline, I’m 29 and I work like a layer in France since five years ago. I travel in South America during six month. read more

EuropeCroatia4 days / August 2021

Highs & Lows

It's possible to do a road trip with a car thanks to the little size of Croatia.

Croatia became more and more touristic each year so there are many people in the summer.

Itinerary Overview

We arrived with my boyfriend on Friday morning by plane in Dubrovnik, in the south of Croatia, then we took an internal flight to arrive in the afternoon in Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, in the north. It is here that we picked up our rental car in order to start our road to cross Croatia from north to south, from Zagreb to Dubrovnik in 10 days. Croatia is a country of Eastern Europe and it is part of the European Union since 2013, which explains the growth of the tourist influence within this country these last years. During this road trip we visited some cities of Croatia: Zagreb, Split, Zadar, Dubrovnik. We were on an island off Dubrovnik where we could snorkel. We also have visited two big natural parks: Krka and Plitvice lakes that we visited on foot. In this season the water temperature is mild and the sun is always shining, which allowed us to enjoy the beaches of the Adriatic Sea as much as the paths in the natural parks far from the seaside.

  • 2 Nights: Krka National Park
    Walk in the nature
  • 2 Nights: Šipan
    Have a time far from city and massive tourism in a little paradise

Q & A

  • Anything go wrong during the trip?

    Many tourists

  • How was the food?

    Restaurant of the bozica hôtel on the sipan island

  • What tips would you give a friend?

    Buy shoes to go to do snorkeling.

  • Packing tips?

    Take shoes for snorkeling

  • Transportation Tips?

    If you want to go to natural parks in Croatia, rent a car it's more easy and fast.

  • Any surprises?

    We were surprised to see there are so many olive trees on the island.

  • Booking details?

    Hotel bozica Dubrovnik Island Airbnb Studio apartman Luka in Sibenik

Lodging