The most glamorous new attraction in Croatia, Skywalk on Biokovo mountain, will be the total hit of 2021. The promenade built entirely of glass, which is located at the 11th kilometre of Biokovo road, features the most amazing panoramic view of the Croatian coast.

The feeling of walking on glass few hundred meters above the hillside while enjoying the view of Makarska is a mix of excitement and fear for many, but nevertheless, it should not be missed at any cost.

Except being famous for Skywalk, Biokovo features hiking and biking trails which are perfect for mountain bikers, recreationists and mountaineers.

The attraction is mostly visited by car. If you come to Croatia by other means of transport, take an organised tour to Skywalk.

Biokovo Skywalk
Biokovo Skywalk
Biokovo Skywalk amazing glass bridge
Biokovo Skywalk amazing glass bridge

2. Split old town

Split has always been a well-known Croatian tourist destination for all groups of people, including those who look for natural or cultural sites, beaches, and nightlife options. But during the 2020 and 2021, the experience of Split will be even better, since we don't expect mass tourism in full proportion like it was before the pandemic. That's why the experience of famous Diocletian's Palace will be more enjoyable than before.

Except for having many tourists facilities, Split is a perfect base for day trips. Game of Thrones fans will like Klis Fortres, which is located only a few kilometres away from Split. The amazing small UNESCO town sometimes called Croatian Venice, Trogir, is another perfect day trip option for those who like visiting cultural sights.

Islands Brac and Hvar are indispensable part of Split's tourist offer, which are worth visiting if you are staying more than 5 days in Split.

Split Peristyle November 2020
Split Peristyle November 2020

A small town located north of Split, called Sibenik, was not really a well-known spot in the Croatian tourist guides. But since 2018, Sibenik has been attracting more visitors due to the revitalization of fortresses located in the city and nearby areas.

Fortress of St. Nicholas, which was listed as part of UNESCO heritage sites in 2018, is now a tourist attraction of the first class, and one more place to be seen by GoT supportes. The only way to visit the fortress in 2021 is a boat tour from Sibenik Riva since the land entrance is yet under construction.

Another two fortresses, Barone and St. Michael feature panoramic view of St. Anthony's channel and the old town.

The best architectural achievement in the old town is St. James Cathedral, one of the most beautiful Gothic works of art in Europe, made by Juraj Dalmatinac in the 15th century.

Sibenik Cathedral
Sibenik Cathedral

Zvonimr Peran     2020-12-04

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