Croatia – a holiday in the Country of 1,000 Islands
- Posted on September 7, 2015
- in Destinations, Health & Wellness, SpaDreams for Wellness Travel, SpaDreams Hotels
- by SpaDreams-Editor
Summer, sun, wellness: a holiday in Croatia! In September the temperatures are still high and the prices of accommodation get lower, so at the moment Croatia is one of the best destinations for a holiday break.
Despite its rising popularity, Croatia is still considered a secret tip as a holiday destination. With a 1,800 km long coastline, over 1,200 outlying islands and a diverse landscape, the Republic of Croatia is an attractive destination for holiday makers. The combination of fitness and wellness offers make for a varied, active holiday.
Beaches, islands and cities – experience the diversity of Croatia!
The landscape and the southern flair make for a special appeal. The coast is partially sloped – from above it offers a breath-taking view of the azure, clear sea, and the rocky panoramic view from the seaside is impressive. The beeches in Istria and Dalmatia are very well maintained and clean. Sand, however, is rarely found. Sandals are definitely recommended.
Just as popular as the coastal regions are the many islands. Many holiday makers begin their stay with a ferry crossing to one of the holiday islands. In doing so, they aren’t just leaving the mainland behind, but also everyday life. There is much to discover on the island. For example, on the island of Cres you can find the last oasis of European white headed vultures.
Wellness offers for your holiday in Croatia
Sea and sun are always on offer in Croatia. The numerous fitness and wellness offers provide an even greater level of relaxation. Choose a holiday package which will make you feel at complete ease!
If you’d like to leave the stress of everyday life behind, then you can find your inner self with yoga in your holidays. The most diverse of yoga offers are available. You can distinguish by the type of yoga, using soft and gentle exercise, or using sporty power-yoga. There is also yoga for group training or for individual sessions. A combination of yoga and hiking is relaxing and highly effective for body, soul and mind. Last but not least, experience a holiday in Croatia with a combination of your own yoga sessions with the soothing effects of the seaside climate and yoga exercises individually suited for you.
Numerous hotels in Croatia have extensive spa and wellness areas. Here you can come to rest, pamper yourself with massages and recharge your batteries. If you like your holidays a little sportier, then Croatia is still the right destination. In the Vitality Hotel Punta in Veli Losinj, situated in the picturesque Kvarner Bay, you can book your pilates holiday. Practically every location offers hiking and Nordic walking. Water sports are a big thing in Croatia.
Feeling fit and healthy is mostly a question of the right nutrition. Experience how delicious “healthy food” can taste and how your whole body can benefit from a change in diet, by experiencing for example Hotel Bellevue in Mali Losnij or Hotel Villa Dubrava in Opatija.
Wellness and Fitness Holidays: The most Beautiful Destinations for your Holiday in Croatia
Discover Croatia as a holiday destination – find many worthwhile destinations which promise an unforgettable stay! Accompany us on a virtual tour up the Adriatic Coast and discover where you can spend your holiday in Croatia.
We’ll start in Istria. Here you will encounter the traditional holiday resort of Porec, one of the most beautiful destinations in the region. Just as interesting in this area: the small town of Vrsar, the pulsing town of Pula or the popular town of Rovinj each offer you all the amenities of a Mediterranean holiday.
In the Kverner Bay lie the towns of Opatija and Rijeka as well as the islands Rab, Krk, Cres and Losinj. North and south Dalmatia lure visitors with the towns Zadar, Split and Dubrovnik, to name just the best known. They are all worth seeing. You should, however, absolutely allow yourself a day in Dubrovnik. Many of the buildings in the town were destroyed or damaged during the Croatian War of Independence. Now with the damage having been repaired, Dubrovnik is considered as one of the most beautiful towns on the Adriatic. The long, completely walkable city wall and the view over the bay are real highlights for your holiday in Croatia!