Simply stated, Croatia is made for incentives. Whichever region you choose, its nature, culture and history will inspire your team and leave an unforgettable impression.
Croatia has a magnificent coastline and 1,244 islands, islets and crags, all of them surrounded by crystal clear water. Island hopping is undoubtedly the best way to discover the Croatian coast from a truly dazzling perspective. For an active incentive, you can go windsurfing, scuba diving, water skiing or kayaking. For relaxation, there is no better place than Lošinj: the 'island of vitality' with a health tourism tradition dating back 125 years. The air is so pure there that every breath will fill you with energy.
As beautiful as the coastal area is, the mainland is equally impressive. The forests and mountains provide excellent opportunities for outdoor activities. You can, for example, explore the waterfalls and caves of Plitvice Lakes National Park, one of Croatia's UNESCO World Heritage sites. The park's virgin forest ?orkova Uvala is home to 157 different bird species. The park also features a myriad of trails and paths for quality hiking and biking. Central Croatia is characterized by green hills, beautiful country manors and its many thermal springs that have been converted to thermal spas.
If you are interested in culture, you probably already know that Rijeka will be one of the European Capitals of Culture in 2020. In Split, you can visit the ancient Roman castle of emperor Diocletian. Discover the charming medieval towns in Istria, the impressive castles in central Croatia, the baroque architecture of Varaždin or the towers and palaces of Dubrovnik. A gourmet experience can also be a highly appreciated part of an incentive journey, for example a wine or olive tasting or a truffle hunt.