Croatia is now in the Schengen zone: Here are the best things to eat, see and do on your next visit

Renowned for its beautiful beaches and with over 1,000 islands to its name, Croatia is a leading destination for nautical tourism. 

It’s also about to become a lot more accessible. From January 1, 2023, Croatia will lift its border controls with other Schengen countries, meaning you can enter from Europe’s passport-free zone with ease.

Home to the largest boat charter fleet in the world, this diverse country sits at the crossroads of central and southeast Europe on the Adriatic Sea.

Don’t worry if you get seasick though, there’s something for everyone in this Balkan country.

How do I get to Croatia’s Peljesac peninsula?

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