This small but very charming country attracts not only everyone looking for a place to spend an unforgettable holiday or build their dream house, but also investors in the field of tourism. Our company helps people in love with Croatia so that they do not have to leave it, but find their own charming place here. This is where you will drink your morning coffee with a view of the Adriatic Sea, swim in the blue sea, walk in the evenings around the old town, passing by the walls that remember 2,000 years of history, with breaks to enjoy seafood and sip home-made wine. Meetings with your loved ones will smell like traditional rakija, and you will find peace and quiet while fishing towards the sunrise. No, it’s not about a moment or two of forgetfulness, we want to help you find your nest here, and each of these pleasures will be at your fingertips.
General information about Croatia
Croatia is considered one of the most beautiful and safest countries in the world. The capital of the country is Zagreb. It is inhabited by approximately 4 million people. Croatia occupies the largest part of the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea.
A country of 1,000 islands, islets and reefs.
It has three climate zones. The interior is moderately warm and rainy, while the highest peaks in Croatia have a mountain climate. The areas along the Adriatic coast are characterized by a pleasantly mild Mediterranean climate with plenty of sunny days, with hot and dry summers and mild and wet winters. The official currency in Croatia is the kuna.
In addition to standard European cuisine, Croatia also offers wonderful regional dishes and specialties: the famous Dalmatian or Istrian “pršut” (smoked ham), “paški” or “lički” cheese, Slavonian “kulen” (a type of spicy cold meat), Samobor or Zagorje “češnjovke” (garlic sausages), etc. In Dalmatia and Primorj, on the islands and in Istria, fish or seafood dishes are preferred.
It is also worth mentioning the famous Istrian and Dalmatian olive oil, which is unique and of the highest quality. There is a tradition of viticulture and wine production in Croatia. Famous varieties of Croatian wines in coastal regions and islands are red wines – “teran”, “merlot”, “cabernet”, “plavac”, “dingač”, “postup” and white wines – “malvazija”, “pošip”, “pinot ”, “kujundžuša”, “žlahtina”, “muškat”, etc. In the continental part of the country – rizling, “graševina”, “burgundac”, etc.
Various types of “rakia” are known for strong drinks: slivovitz (“šljivovica”), “travarica”, “lozovača”.
And as for dessert drinks, “prošek” and “maraschino”.