Croatia holidays have fast become a firm favourite with Brits.
After all the country boasts heaps of incredible things to see and do from its bustling cities for short breaks to the spectacular national parks.
Oh, then of course there are the beautiful beaches and islands to explore on longer getaways.
The best part is that you don’t need to break the bank if you do want to visit – for example, there are plenty of cheap flights to Croatia .
To give you a helping hand, we’ve put together a guide for finding cheap Croatia holidays.
We’ve flagged some top deals we think you’ll love, as well as the websites to keep an eye on.
Oh, and we’ve even thrown in a few booking tips to help you during your search.
Happy holiday hunting!
Top deals on Croatia holidays
- Pula from £376pp : TUI offers three nights at the 4T Park Plaza Belvedere based on a half board basis, based on a 29th June departure from Bristol.
- Dubrovnik from £353pp : LoveHolidays offers five nights at the 3* Hotel Ivka on a bed and breakfast basis, based on a 4th July departure from London Gatwick.
- Split from £288pp : TravelSupermarket offers five nights at the 3* Villa Marjela on a room only basis, based on a June departure from London Luton.
Best websites for cheap Croatia holidays
If it’s city breaks you’re after then keep an eye out on website such as Lastminute.com or easyJet Holidays which often host flash sales and late deals – including over the school holiday dates.
If you’re after beach holidays then it’s worth checking out package holiday firms which often offer great value for your money.
For example, TUI offers holidays from £232pp ranging from room only to all-inclusive deals while LoveHolidays has packages from £120pp for those who can travel outside of the holiday dates.
Alternatively, you may want to consider a cruise if you’re planning a short trip and just fancy a day or two exploring.
Cruise lines such as Marella Cruises and Royal Caribbean offer sailings which include destinations like Dubrovnik.
Extra booking tips
Best time to go: If you’re not tied to the school holidays, then months either side of the peak summer season (May, June, September and October) could be ideal as it’s still hot and sunny, but you won’t face the bigger crowds.
Book early: The early bird catches the worm – and the early booker catches the holiday bargains. Plan ahead by a few months and you could find cheaper room rates as well as early bird offers. Of course if you do leave it last minute there are late deals to be found, but it can be a bit of a gamble.
Be flexible with flight times: The early morning and late night flights tend to be the least popular, which means there are often cheap fares to be found. Plus, if you go early morning, you’ll get extra time to go exploring and make the most of your trip.
Be flexible with travel dates: If you’re not tied to specific dates, check websites such as TravelSupermarket where you can compare prices based on departure dates around your chosen travel window.