Property prices in Dubrovnik are still the most expensive in Croatia according to latest figures. The average price per metre squared of an apartment or house in Dubrovnik is 3,757 Euros. Whilst the capital Zagreb is at 1,736 Euros and Split at 2,430 Euros.
Property prices in Croatia in general have risen. In October house prices throughout Croatia rose by 5 percent compared to October 2016 with the most sought after properties in Split and Zagreb. After Dubrovnik the most expensive properties are in Opatija were prices average out at 2,955 Euros.
The huge difference between the prices on the Adriatic coast and the interior of Croatia continues. The average property price in Slavonia is still well under 1,000 Euros a metre squared, only Zagreb and Varaždin have average prices over 1,000 Euros.
One of the cheapest cities in Croatia for real estate is Sisak were prices in October averaged only 707 Euros per metre squared, meaning a large house with land averages out at around 150,000 Euros. For the same price it would be difficult to find a one-bedroom apartment in Dubrovnik.