WHERE EXACTLY IS CROATIA?

Croatia is one of the most desirable European hot spots to spend a vacation. Positioned between the Central, Southern Europe and the Mediterranean sea, it is very accessible country. Coming to Croatia from anywhere in the world is very easy. The easiest way to locate it on a map is to look directly across the eastern side of the Italian “boot” peninsula. Since 2013 Croatia is a part of EU but it’s not in a Schengen zone yet.

WHY IS IT SO SPECIAL?

Although Croatia is a small country, you pretty much have countless things to see. It offers a unique combination of breathtaking natural beauty, outstanding architecture, impressive history, delicious cuisine and most importantly, friednly people. How to start the adventure in Croatia?

You should definitely start with the magnificent coastline. It streches on more than 6000 km and provides an unique view of Adriatic sea and more than 1000 islands and islets. Ecologically, Croatia is one of best-preserved parts of Europe with eight National Parks, eleven Nature Parks, Adriatic sea, a lot of small rivers and lakes. Last reports say that it is one of the top 5 cuntries with the most clean water supplies in the world.

Keeping nature untouched is matter of a great importance for Croatia. Gentle climate, mild and pleasant weather with high number of days of sunshine helps you turn on all senses and enjoy beautiful landscapes. Direct flights from variety European cities
and great new motorways connect Croatia with other parts of Europe and provide easy and fast travel to your destination.

NEW BUSINESS OPORTUNITIES

Natural beauties, great position, easy access and growing popularity have put Croatia on a world investors radar. In recent years many of them have realized the big potential Croatia has. That is why many of them created many great projects that turned out succesffully. Last economic reports in 2019. show that Croatian economy is on a rise.

ARE LAWS PROTECTING FOREIGN INVESTORS?

Laws that allow foreigners to purchase real estate under the same conditions as domestic citizens, development of tourism and Croatian accession to the European Union in 2013 removed the last doubts that Croatia is unsafe country to invest. Tourism potential is huge and it is increasing every year. Besides tourism Croatia has been a great country to invest in technology and auto industry.