Have an unforgeable holiday in one of Croatia's All Inclusive resorts
Two and a half hours is all it takes for flights from the UK to touch down on Croatia’s glorious All Inclusive filled shores.
Croatia loves an All Inclusive deal, and you can find them everywhere, scattered along this country’s historic cities and shorelines.
If you’re a history buff then Pula is the best option – giving you an excellent mix of both relaxation and education. Holidays here are drenched in Roman heritage, which is on full display as you walk through the town centre and amphitheatre.
Cavtat in the southern-most part of Croatia gives holiday-goers a chance to unwind in one of the most beautiful backdrops in the world.
With sloping hills full of pine forests and olive groves, and well as hordes of wild flowers, Cavat captures nature lovers’ hearts. All inclusive deals here benefit from the stunning scenery as well as the nearby marina and Tiha Cove.
If it’s complete relaxation you’re after, opt for Kolocep Island. This tiny islet is home to just 165 inhabitants, and with no cars allowed, your holiday here will be all about the big R&R.
Croatia has plenty of options when it comes to coastline excursions. Many of the beaches here are pebbled, but you will find a few with sandy areas. One thing is for certain though – you can expect classic Croatian blue-green water which has drawn people to this region year after year.
Girandella Beach in Rabac is one of the most loved coastlines in Croatia. Expect see-through waters, large rocks you can jump from, and plenty of space to put a towel or picnic blanket down. Cavtat is slightly quieter and home to several pebble beaches with watersport facilities.
Meanwhile, Kolocep Island has two beaches with strips of sand and shingles, and shaded spots along the water making it ideal for families. You can also hire kayaking and sailing equipment if you want to take to the seas.
What's included in your holiday
All Inclusive deals to Croatia really do come with all your holiday basics.
You’ll receive all meals from the buffet or a la carte restaurant, and drinks including fizzy and alcoholic options. Activities at the hotel will be included, apart from any optional extras like spa packages. Also most hotels offer transfers to and from the airport to your accommodation too.
Of course, with all holidays it’s important to check the hotel information so you know exactly what you’re getting in your All Inclusive package.
Other popular holidays in Croatia
If you’re interested in other All Inclusive deals, check out some of Croatia’s neighbour destinations, including Italy, Montenegro and Slovenia.
If the rustic beaches and historic cities of Croatia are calling your name the loudest, have a look at our travel guide for more information on how to plan your trip. Since you’re already here, feel free to peruse our favourite All Inclusive hotels in Croatia, and choose your next holiday destination today.
This adults-only hotel has everything you need for a relaxing and rejuvenating holiday in Croatia. You'll be just a two-minute walk away from the pebble beach and five minutes from the resort centre with bars, shops and restaurants. The hotel itself has a large outdoor pool and international buffet as well as an a la carte restaurant and pool bar. Activities here are low-key with wine tasting, well-being sessions and a spa with sauna and massage treatments.
This hotel lives up to its name, with fun family activities and great facilities for children and parents. You'll be located right on the water, with easy access to its three pebble beaches and stunning views of the distant Kvarner Islands. Their large sea-facing pool holds all the action, with aqua aerobics and a children's splash pool next to their playground. In the evening the whole family will have a blast with professional shows of singing, dancing and interactive games.
If you have always dreamed of relaxing under palm trees on your own secluded island then this is the hotel for you. This adults-only getaway is the only hotel on the island, and the busy centre of Dubrovnik is just a 25-minute boat ride away. Food-wise you'll have plenty of options, with an Italian a la carte set in a 1920's villa on the beach and a buffet restaurant with floor-to-ceiling windows and views of the sea.
Updated for summer 2017, this hotel has a whole host of activities to keep you and the family busy this holiday. Its got morning yoga classes and beach volleyball sessions as well as an epic pool scene that juts out into the Adriatic Sea. Children will love their own pool as well as the hotel-run kids' club with painting sessions and beachcombing trips. The buffet serves up Croatian and international favourites all day long.