Croatia can expect a huge influx of French tourists this year six international airlines have announced new routes from French cities to Croatia this summer. According to information released by the Croatian National Tourist Board six new airline routes between France and Croatia will be launched this year.
The tourist board made this announcement today after collecting information presented at a specialised health tourism fair held in Paris.
EasyJet will launch new flights between Nantes and Dubrovnik this summer, increasing the already busy schedule for the airline to the city. Air France will add direct flights between Paris and Dubrovnik as well as a new line to Split. The Spanish low-cost airline, Volotea, is adding flights from Lyon to Dubrovnik and Split and from Bordeaux to Pula and Marseille to Rijeka.
In 2018 some 592,000 French tourists visited Croatia, who recorded about 2.2 million bed nights, which the board said was 8 percent up from 2017.