Stretching between the rivers Save, Drava, and the Danube, Slavonia is the region of eastern Croatia. This agricultural region is comprised of large swaths of forest, perfect for nature-lovers on holiday in Croatia in Slavonia holiday apartments. Bring the whole family to experience the beauty and magic of Slavonia – there is plenty of room in one of the many fine holiday homes Slavonia has to offer! Central Croatia is popular with history buffs and those who love sight-seeing during their holidays. Use your central Croatia holiday home as a starting point for day trips to the exciting destinations and sights of central Croatia.
Central Croatia and Slavonia holidays - Have a great time in Croatia
You can practically feel history coursing through the cities and villages of central Croatia. Be sure to include a trip to Zagreb, which is also the capital and largest city in Croatia. There are plenty of sights to see and plenty of holiday homes and holiday apartments to stay in in Zagreb! Don't miss the Zagreb cathedral, the old city around Gornji Grad and Donji Grad – a ride up the funicular railway is always a unique treat! Speaking of unique treats: Slavonia is famous for its “kulen”, which is a minced pork sausage flavoured with hot paprika and garlic. In many Slavonia villages, there is an annual “Kulenijada” festival to celebrate the end of the sausage curing period. Be sure to try some during your stay in a Slavonia holiday villa – better yet, plan your Croatia holiday to coincide with one of these festivals!
Central Croatia holiday rental & Slavonia holiday villa - comfortable accommodation
You can find the ideal holiday accommodation central Croatia and Slavonia by choosing from the many Central Croatia holiday homes, Slavonia holiday homes, Central Croatia holiday villas, and Slavonia holiday villas offered here. In the South-East, Central Croatia borders on Gorski Kotar, Lika-Senj and Kvarner Bay - popular holiday regions at the coast. The comparably large region central Croatia and Slavonia also shares borders with Slovenia and the regions Prekmurje, Lower Styria, Lower Carniola, Inner Carniola and the Adriatic Coast of Slowenia. In the North, Central Croatia also borders on Hungary.