1. Plitvice Lakes National Park
National Park Plitvice Lakes is a national park in Croatia, located halfway between the cities of Zagreb and Zadar in a karst plateau. It is both the oldest national parks in southern Europe and the largest in Croatia. It was created 8 April 1949 and added to the World Heritage List of UNESCO in 1979.
2. Brac Island, Croatia
The island of Brač is an island in the Adriatic Sea in Croatia, located off the Dalmatian coast. Covering an area of 396 km2, it is the third largest island in the Adriatic, Croatia and the second largest island of the Dalmatian coast. It has an airport, the airport Brač.
3. Opatija, Croatia
Opatija is a seaside resort on the Bay of Kvarner, or on the Istrian peninsula, in northwestern Croatia with 11,659 inhabitants (2011) and is considered one of the oldest tourist resorts in Croatia.