Unveiling Croatia: The Mediterranean’s Hidden Gem in Figaro Voyage’s Latest Issue

Dive into the heart of the little-known treasures of the Mediterranean by exploring the unsuspected wonders of Croatia in the latest issue of Figaro Voyage. Enchanting landscapes, rich culture and unique experiences await you. Let yourself be seduced by this hidden pearl and prepare for an unforgettable trip.

If you’re looking for new sunny adventures, look no further! Figaro Travel takes you to discover Croatia, this little-known wonder of the Mediterranean. With its 140 pages of discoveries and encounters, this special issue promises you an unforgettable journey.

A breathtaking coastline

With its 1,780 kilometers of coastline bordering the Adriatic, Croatia reveals itself as a true marine jewel. Between Slovenia and Montenegro, this exceptional coastline shines with its natural diversity: secret bays, majestic capes, mysterious caves and isolated peninsulas. Each place seems to tell an ancient story.

The Enchanted Islands

Imagine more 1,000 islands and islets scattered like pearls on a transparent sea. Among them, the island of Mljet where, according to legend, Calypso tried to seduce Ulysses, and the island of Korcula, supposed birthplace of Marco Polo. These islands not only offer idyllic beaches but also a fascinating dive into local history and culture.

A Rich Historical Heritage

It’s not just the myths that make Croatia fascinating. This land is a true open-air museum, marked by the traces of the Illyrians, Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Venetians, Ottomans and Austro-Hungarians. Among the must-see sites:

  • The Roman amphitheater of Pula
  • The Euphrasian Basilica of Porec in Istria
  • Diocletian’s Palace Split
  • The historic heart of Trogir
  • The Saint-Jacques Cathedral of Šibenik
  • The ramparts of Dubrovnik, the pearl of the Adriatic

Natural Gems to Explore

Croatia is not only rich in history, it is also rich in nature. Explore the primary Carpathian beech forests, covering the national parks of Velebit and of Paklenica. The national park of Plitvice, with its breathtaking lakes and waterfalls, attracts more than 1 million visitors each year.

The Capital and the Interior

Zagreb, the charming Croatian capital, is full of unusual museums like that of broken hearts. Towards the east, discover Slavonia, a wine-growing region where storks flourish and horses gallop.

Unforgettable Experiences

Let yourself be surprised by Croatia, whether you stroll through the narrow streets of its picturesque villages or cross its bush paths. Whether you go from island to island under azure skies or explore its cities, every corner of this magnificent nation will offer you a life lesson.

The nuggets not to be missed

The special issue of Figaro Travel details the essentials:

  • Plitvice, the “devil’s garden”
  • Zadar and its coronation of the sea
  • Dubrovnik, Split and Zagreb, with their addresses of local talents
  • Croatian national parks in green and blue

Finally, don’t miss the culture and unusual sections, from Sinjska Alka, this epic chivalric joust, to a Croatian cabinet of curiosities full of surprises.

Prepare Your Trip

The issue also includes practical advice for organizing your stay in Croatia, and discovering other favorites around the world.

So, put on your sunglasses, pack your suitcase and let yourself be guided by Figaro Voyage to dive into the hidden beauties of Croatia!