Why Croatia is the perfect honeymoon destination

Why Croatia is the perfect honeymoon destination

There are many reasons why you should consider Croatia as your honeymoon destination. And since organizing a honeymoon in a foreign country can be a bit tiring and time-consuming, finding a local honeymoon travel agent can solve all the problems, giving you peace of mind, time to relax and just wait for the big day to come

The Untouched Nature

Croatia is positioned across several bio-geographical regions and covers an area of extraordinarily rich land, sea, and underground natural habitats. On a surface of only 56 square kilometers, Croatia has eight national parks and 11 nature parks. Its natural diversity ranges from plains to the mountains and the sea. It has 1700 kilometers of coast and 1200 islands – these are all astonishing numbers given such a small surface area. For such a small surface area, all these natural wonders make Croatia incredibly attractive and unique.

Croatia is positioned across several bio-geographical regions and covers an area of extraordinarily rich land, sea, and underground natural habitats. On a surface of only 56 square kilometers, Croatia has eight national parks and 11 nature parks. Its natural diversity ranges from plains to the mountains and the sea. It has 1700 kilometers of coast and 1200 islands – these are all astonishing numbers given such a small surface area. For such a small surface area, all these natural wonders make Croatia incredibly attractive and unique.

The Climate

Croatia basks in a warm, Mediterranean climate, with cool winters, and hot and sunny summers. The best period for a honeymoon in Croatia stretch from May to October. There are an estimated 2300 hours of sunshine in a year, and in the seasonal months, the seawater is warm and pleasant. The Island of Hvar is the sunniest island of Croatia with an estimated 2700 hours of sun throughout the year!

The Beaches

Romantic honeymoons are always directly associated with beautiful, remote beaches. And Croatia has a myriad of them.

But for the perfect honeymoon setting, we would rather suggest a beach in a secluded bay, on an island where there will be no one but the two of you. No local people, no tourists. The pure definition of romance.

One of the most attractive and most photographed beaches in Croatia is certainly Zlatni rat on the island of Brač, which is not only considered to be one of the most beautiful beaches in the world but according to LA Times, it is in the top 40 most beautiful places in the world in general. The beach is made of fine while pebbles and it is widely known for its natural phenomenon where the shape and direction of the beach changes with the wind.