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The average price of a night in a holiday rental in Croatia is £76.
If you want to spend a week in a holiday rental in Croatia, you have to pay on average £534 for 7 days. The price varies according to the season between £486 and £684 for one week.
The price of holiday rentals in Croatia are less expensive in April: £69 per night on average. This represents a decrease of 9% compared to the average price recorded for the rest of the year. Conversely, the price increases by 28% (£98 per night) in 07, which is the most expensive month to live in Croatia.
On average, rentals in Croatia can accommodate 5 people (apartments and houses combined) and have a surface area of 72 m².
The price of a holiday rental in Croatia is £98 per night for this summer. A week's rental in July or August will cost you on average £684.
A holiday rental for a weekend in Croatia costs on average £68, for Friday and Saturday nights.
1% of accommodation is still available for a stay in December. It will be necessary to pay on average £70 per night.
Croatia is quickly becoming one of the most popular places to book a holiday rental for Brits because of what the country has to offer; stunning beaches, exquisite scenery, delicious cuisine and luxury accommodation all at a good cost, compared to the rest of Europe… for now, at least!
Croatia has an impressive 5,800km of coastline and 1244 islands, of which approximately 50 are inhabited. Whether you're visiting Croatia for history, meditation, music, sunshine or an exciting adventure; you'll be sure to find it in Croatia. Accommodation is varied dependent on whether you're staying on a desolate island or living it up in one of the many cities, but we can assist you with your holiday rental search, from quirky central cheap apartments in Zagreb to luxury villas on the island of Hvar.
Situated on the Adriatic Coast, the climate in Croatia is similar to many Mediterranean countries with long hot summers and mild winters. Although one of the sunniest countries in Europe, the mainland can suffer from extremely cold and snowy winters but don't let that put you off; because if anything, the snow makes this country more magical and enchanting.
Back in the day, Croatia wasn't that easily accessible and only the filthy rich with super yachts would get to visit this island. These days, however, direct flights from the UK are reasonably priced, if booked in advance, and plentiful throughout the summer months.Getting around Croatia when you arrive is also much easier than it once was. Local buses are reasonably priced if you're travelling on the main land, whereas ferries and taxi's are the preferred method of transport if you're island hopping during your stay. What we would advise is that, if travelling during July and August, always try to prebook your internal travel to ensure you get a space as transport does tend to get ram packed during high season.
Getting around Croatia when you arrive is also much easier than it once was. Local buses are reasonably priced if you're travelling on the main land, whereas ferries and taxi's are the preferred method of transport if you're island hopping during your stay. What we would advise is that, if travelling during July and August, always try to prebook your internal travel to ensure you get a space as transport does tend to get ram packed during high season.
It would be impossible to uncover all the amazing places you should visit in Croatia, as the list is never ending, but we've picked a few of our favourite spots to narrow your tricky decisions down!
Croatia's capital, Zagreb is often over-looked by many visitors, but its interesting architecture gives the city a fascinating charm like nowhere else in the country. Stay in a self-catered apartment in Zagreb the city centre, explore the city on foot and engulf yourself in Zagrebs impressive coffee scene. Experience local life, locally grown produce and yummy cuisine at Zagrebs open air market, Dolac Market. Pick yourself up some fresh meat and veg, head back to your holiday letting and whip up the authentic local dish, Cuspajz. However if trying new restaurants is more your thing, then head out to one of the many restaurants in Zagreb and taste this famous meat and veg stew cooked by a Croatian!
Famous for its stunning vistas, millionaire yachts and buzzing nightlife; Hvar attracts party goers and young faces from all over the globe. Often referred to as the St Tropez of Croatia, you'll find luxury holiday homes in Hvar, boutique hotels and impressive villas with private pools. One of the most famous spots on the island is the iconic view of the The Pakleni Islands from the Spanish Fortress. Climb the steps through Hvar town and make your way to the fortress - a trip at sunrise (after partying the night away in Carpe Diem) is something to be admired.
Korcula is one of the most stunning, quaint and interesting islands in Croatia and mostly unspoilt by tourism. Only accessible by boat, Korcula is best explored by setting up camp in an authentic Croatian cottage rental or villa that are run by locals. The only place to see sunset in Korcula is Massimo, a bar in a castle turret only accessibly by ladder. Although not the best cocktails on the island, the sunset, the vibes and the views are not to missed. Ladies, be sure not to wear a skirt!
Dubrovnik is known for its distinctive Old Town dating back to the 16th century. Whilst it is extremely busy all year around, you can get cheap accommodation in Dubrovnik if you're willing to stay a short walk away from the Old Town. A secret hidden spot in the city is Cafe Buza, deep within the city walls, this quirky shack of a bar sat on the edge of a cliff has one of the most chilled atmospheres in Croatia. This is definitely one of the most beautiful places to rent a house in Croatia, it is surrounded by beautiful blue sea, little boutique shops and excellent authentic Croatian restaurants.
Another island that is unknown to the mass tourism market is Mljet, whilst accommodation is sparce on the island; there are a few holiday homes here. However if you're looking for a bustling vibe then maybe take a day trip here rather than renting a holiday letting on the island for your stay. Mljet National Park is truly magical, a stunning lake offering peaceful serenity - this is one of the true beauties of Croatia. Hire a bike from the ferry port, spend a leisurely afternoon cycling the full length of the lake and dip your toes in the clear blue waters with not a soul in sight.
Talking of not a soul in sight, Spiaza, Susak is the perfect place to find a holiday letting for the ultimate desert island getaway. Accessible from Mali Losinj, the island offers sandy beaches and clear blue waters. This ecclectic village is full of local tavernas and cafes serving up authentic dishes from Crni rizot (black risotto) to Brudet, a famous fish stew. The beach is safe with shallow waters stretching out for a half a mile or so this is the ideal place to find accommodation for families looking for a safe spot to relax with young children.
Book a villa in Split to stay in the second biggest city in Croatia and the largest Adriatic coast. There are some amazing things to see both from the Roman times and contemporary culture. You will also find a great selection of bars, tavernas, nightclubs and of course world renowned beaches. Book accommodation here and find your perfect Croatian villa or apartment, we will ensure you have an unforgettable holiday.
Kra Kra National Park and Plitvice Lakes National Park known for waterfalls, hiking trails forests and caves are also recommended visits whilst in Croatia. Easily accessible from Split and Zagreb; we'd 100% recommend booking yourself a private tour guide and spending some time in these stunning natural landscapes.