It’s not all festivals, boat parties and sailing in Croatia. The country is simply stunning. From ancient forts and Roman amphitheatres, to lush green national parks and beaches surrounded by shimmering turquoise waters.
So once the sun has set on the festivities, be sure to head out and check out these natural wonders.
The historical walls of Dubrovnik
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Dubrovnik is one of Croatia’s most popular tourist destinations. This unique town is framed by ancient walls that stand proudly between it and the shimmering Adriatic sea.
Plitvice Lakes National Park
Also on the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list is the densely forested national park of Plitvice in The lush green trees are surrounded by 16 lakes. You can explore the stunning scenery via a number of wooden footbridges.
The Zrmanja River is the perfect place for adventurous Beats explorers and the more daring amongst us. Its waters cascade and rush for miles making it the perfect spot for rafting.
Roman Amphitheatre in Pula
Home to some of Europes best electronic music festivals, Pula is a city that begs to be explored. With its Roman ruins and protected harbour, Pula is one of Croatia’s largest cities. Visiting the Roman Amphitheatre is a must.
The island of Mljet is one of Croatia’s most stunning. Vineyards, fields and forests make up the terrain of this beautiful island. We recommend visiting Mljet National Park.
With so many natural wonders to see, making Croatia your summer destination is a no-brainer. Jump aboard our Sail Beats tour this summer.