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Love Knows No Bounds: Celebrate St. Valentine’s Day In Croatia’s Most Romantic Cities

Croatia, celebrated for its captivating landscapes and rich history, invites couples and lovers to indulge in romance this Valentine’s Day. Emphasizing the romantic hideaways that dot the country, Croatia beckons you to celebrate love in some of its most alluring cities.

Rovinj: Romantic Seascapes and Old-World Charm

On the Istrian peninsula, Rovinj charms with its old-world allure, narrow cobblestone streets, and pastel-colored buildings. With panoramic views of the Adriatic, it provides an idyllic setting for a romantic getaway. Couples can explore the artistic Grisia Street, visit St. Euphemia’s Basilica, and indulge in local cuisine at romantic seaside restaurants.

Zadar: Sunset Serenades and Adriatic Views

Croatian National Tourist Board/Aleksandar Gospic

Nestled on the Dalmatian coast, Zadar seamlessly blends ancient history with contemporary charm. Couples can wander through its charming streets, savor breathtaking sunsets by the sea organ, and embark on a romantic adventure through its historical sites, such as the Roman Forum and St. Donatus Church.

Trogir: Ancient Elegance on the Dalmatian Coast

Croatian National Tourist Board/Ivan Sardi

Situated on the mainland just north of Split, Trogir stands as a timeless gem with its UNESCO World Heritage-listed Old Town. Romantic cobblestone streets wind through an architectural marvel that showcases a rich tapestry of Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque influences. Couples can immerse themselves in the medieval ambiance as they explore historic sites such as the Cathedral of St. Lawrence, a stunning example of Croatian sacral architecture. The charming waterfront restaurants, overlooking the azure Adriatic, offer an intimate setting for romantic dinners and moments to cherish. With its historical allure and coastal romance, Trogir emerges as a perfect destination for couples seeking an enchanting escape on the Dalmatian coast.

Dubrovnik: The City of Love and History

Croatian National Tourist Board/Aleksandar Gospic

Dubbed the “Pearl of the Adriatic,” Dubrovnik is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with well-preserved medieval architecture. In the most romantic period of the year, from February 10th to the 14th, Dubrovnik transforms into a haven of love, captivating couples and romantics alike with a series of enchanting events. Lovebirds and history enthusiasts can delve into the city’s romantic past through the themed tours titled “Tracing Love Through the Ages.” Dubrovnik’s restaurants will join in the celebration with Valentine’s Gourmet Days. Local establishments will offer special and imaginative menus, inviting residents and guests to savor unique flavors and ambiance during Valentine’s.

Korčula: Island Romance in the Adriatic

Croatian National Tourist Board/Zoran Jelaca

Known for its medieval architecture and stunning coastal views, Korčula offers a romantic retreat on the Adriatic. Couples can explore the charming Old Town, visit Marco Polo’s alleged birthplace, and experience the romantic ambiance of St. Mark’s Cathedral. The island’s picturesque vineyards and olive groves enhance the idyllic atmosphere.