Apartments in Dubrovnik, Opatija and Split were among the most expensive apartments on offer in Croatia in 2015 according to information from the specialised website Crozilla.com.
The highest average advertised price for an apartment in Croatia last year was in Dubrovnik where, according to Crozilla, the average price for a square metre was 3,149 Euros. Dubrovnik was followed by Opatija with 2,951 Euros and Split with 2,186 Euros.
Most of the Croatian cities away from the Adriatic coastline had an average advertised price for apartments of less than 1,000 Euros per square metre in 2015. The few exceptions were Zagreb with a price of 1,589 Euros and Varazdin where the price reached 1,101 Euro per square metre.
Among the less expensive cities included in the Crozilla.com study from last year were Vukovar with an average price of only 579 Euros and Sisak with the price of 783 Euros.
Compared to the prices of 2010, which is the base for the websites analysis, last year's housing prices on average were lower by 5.7 percent. The average property prices in Dubrovnik fell by 6.4 percent in 2015 compared to 2010.