where to buy property in croatia

Where to Buy Property in Croatia?

Overseas buyers looking for seafront holiday homes, villas, apartments and other property in Croatia are faced with a myriad of options. The country’s Adriatic coastline stretches over a thousand miles, not including the shores of more than 1,000 islands that make the Croatian archipelago the second largest in the Mediterranean Sea.

With a mild Mediterranean climate, a treasury of natural riches, and one of the sunniest coastlines in Europe, Croatia offers visitors countless localities to choose from, both for the holiday season and year round. Great value holiday homes and villas can be found in top tourist destinations across the Dalmatian coast, including the cities of Split and Trogir and the islands of Čiovo, Vis and Brač.

Split real estate

Split, Croatia’s second largest city, is a vibrant urban destination that offers something for every taste. The city is known for its many attractions, including the ancient city centre and the Old Town, the harbour and seaside promenade filled with cafes and restaurants, several large beaches, and the Marjan Forest Park, a vast area with countless paths, off-road routes, old chapels, and vista points offering spectacular views of the city.

split property

This luxury renovated stone house in Split consists of two separate fully furnished and air conditioned units. The four-floor property is situated Split’s oldest district, Radunica, not far from the city’s most popular beach and most famous historical building, Diocletian’s Palace.

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Property in Trogir

Trogir, a small historic town situated on an island that connects the mainland and Čiovo island, is one of the oldest and most treasured cities on the Croatian coast. Known as “the stone beauty” and “town-museum,” Trogir is home to both many historic buildings and untouched nature resorts, and has a long tourist tradition.

Trogir property

This house is located in a tranquil location next to a sandy beach near Trogir. The two-floor seafront property offers an impressive view of the Adriatic and is easy to access by bus or car.

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Čiovo real estate

Čiovo, a small island connected with the city of Trogir by a bridge, attracts tourists every year with its spectacular sand and pebble beaches, and a landscape of olive plantations and vineyards. The island is also home to several 15th century sights, including the Church of the Holy Cross and a Dominican monastery.

Ciovo property

This 220 square metre seafront villa on Čiovo island is a two-floor property with two separate apartments and a large terrace offering a panoramic view of the sea. The villa has a unique location and comes with a jacuzzi, a barbecue area, and even a boat!

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Brač property

The island of Brač is one of Dalmatia’s busiest tourist destinations in the summer and home to one of the most beautiful beaches in the entire Adriatic, Zlatni Rat (the Golden Cape). The island’s historical heritage, cultural events and vital folk traditions make it a perfect setting for the holiday season. The town of Supetar is the island’s largest cultural centre, Bol is particularly popular among windsurfers, and the summit Vidova Gora attracts mountaineers with its stunning views over the Adriatic.

Brac property

This two-bedroom apartment in Sutivan is situated next to a beautiful beach and has a balcony overlooking the sea. Sutivan is a small, peaceful Meditarranean village only 13 kilometres from Split that offers a variety of attractions to visitors, from restaurants and pebble beaches to old architecture and the Sutivan Nature Park, a perfect destination for a family day out.

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Vis real estate

Vis is the most remote of the main central Dalmatian islands and probably the cleanest destination in the Adriatic Sea for that very reason. The island’s isolation and 1950s charm make it a popular holiday spot among visitors looking for a peaceful holiday in an authentic Dalmatian setting. Vis offers plenty of natural attractions and traditional Dalmatian architecture, as well as some of Croatia’s best wines and gourmet delights.

Vis property

This old stone house on Vis is situated on the western side of the island, in the town of Komiža, known for its fishing tradition and a beautiful bay with large pebble beaches. The two-floor property lies only 50 metres from the sea and makes an excellent holiday residence or rental property during the busy summer season.

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