The popular British newspaper The Times has published an article by journalist Lucie Grace in which the author reveals 11 beautiful locations in Croatia that guarantee an unforgettable and authentic holiday without the crowds, said Darija Reić, director of the Croatian National Tourist Board Office in London.
According to the announcement, these are locations and experiences popular among the local population, so the potentials and specifics of Samograd Bay on Korcula, the source of the Ombla River near Dubrovnik, the Stari Fijaker restaurant in Zagreb and the Kozlović winery in Istria are highlighted. The beauty of the Krka National Park waterfalls and the islands of Šipan and Mljet, and a ferry ride from Orebić to Korčula, a tour of the Zagreb Cathedral, the Dragon's Furrows in Motovun and the Čingrija villa in Dubrovnik are also recommended.
The recent publication in the Sunday Times, which included Croatia in the list of the best and most favourable destinations that provide quality conditions and low living costs, also contributed to Croatia's visibility on the British market. This is a publication created as a result of the cooperation of the CNTB Office in London with journalist Liz Rowlinson and Michael Freer, director of Digital Nomads Associations (DNA) for Croatia, who lives and works in Kaštela and who compared costs and lifestyle in Croatia and the UK.
By being included in this list, Croatia is alongside Spain, Portugal, France and Turkey, and the greatest advantage of Croatia, with low living costs, highlighted the beauty and preservation of nature within which you can lead a pleasant, active and dynamic life.