Just because you’ve become a parent it doesn’t mean that holidays have to be a past experience that is no longer a viable option for you. Travelling with children can be enjoyable and rewarding, provided that you find the perfect destination, facilities and amenities. The best Croatia twin-centre holidays for families offer access to a variety of activities that will keep youngsters enthralled, entertained and happy, whatever their age.
Whether your child (or children) is an infant, toddler, young child or teenager, you’ll easily find interesting ways to inspire learning, and to entertain and distract them on a twin-centre holiday in Croatia. Exploring the sand and pebble beaches, visiting museums, and discovering unique attractions are just a few of the ways that you can discover the magic of this popular coastal destination.
Croatia is one of the safest family destinations in Europe. The people are warm and friendly, and will make every effort to communicate with you even if you don’t speak the local lingo. On twin-centre holidays for families in Croatia, you can relax in breathtaking surroundings, whilst your children have an enjoyable time experiencing the history, heritage and culture of this fabulous country.
For Families With Toddlers: Dubrovnik and Sveti Stefan
Travelling with toddlers can sometimes be a challenge, even for the most well-prepared parent. Fortunately, the modern resort hotels in the beautiful city of Dubrovnik, and the 5-star islet resort of Sveti Stefan are well equipped with spacious accommodation, child-friendly on-site facilities and access to stunning beaches. Your child’s first holiday experience should be enjoyable for them, and stress-free and unforgettable for you.
On twin-centre holidays for families, parents can relax and enjoy the change of scenery. Croatia is a very family orientated country and the perfect place to enjoy a first holiday experience with your offspring. In Dubrovnik, explore the beautiful Banje beach, located just a short distance from the heart of the magnificent Old Town.
The popular tourist beach’s terrain is a mix of sand and pebble, which is perfect for toddlers that are not yet comfortable walking on the texture of grainy sand, but love to play on the beach. The crystal clear shallow waters are ideal for paddling. For maximum sun protection, you can rent a parasol from the on-site beach club. Alternatively, head for the family-friendly Lapad beach where lifeguards are on duty. The pebble public beach is popular with the locals and features showers, sun loungers and access to a bouncy play area.
In the stunning seaside hideaway resort of Sveti Stefan in Montenegro, the sandy beaches are pink in colour! The King’s beach and the Queen’s beach offer exclusive sunbathing and swimming at a fee. You can however, find an idyllic spot for free, at the far end of the beautiful pink beaches.