Are you ready to have the honeymoon of your dreams?

Honeymoon is the best part after tying the knot. Now you can relax with your new spouse and enjoy being married.

If you are seeking inspiration for that perfect post-wedding getaway, let us help you. The first step is finding the right destination.

Here are ‘Weddings in Croatia’ TOP 15 honeymoon destinations in Croatia.



This small, medieval town of artists and music will leave you speechless. Art exhibitions, classical concerts and jazz festivals, dance, drama, as well as peace activism workshops are hosted here, bringing this peaceful little town to life. Grožnjan is located in the central part of Istria, 20 min from the seacoast, Novigrad, one hour from Trieste, Italy or Austria, and 20 min from Slovenia.

Torrecorta has been rebuilt from the original 200-year-old ruin of the small village in the Istrian woodland of Croatia. This five star villa is surrounded with nature with no close neighbours so you can enjoy your privacy and peace. ‘Freedom begins where the journey ends’ are one of the inscriptions on the residence’s Torrecort page that fully evokes what is being offered to guests there.



The oldest, greatest and most visited National Park in the Republic of Croatia, Plitvice Lakes National Park, is famous for its array of turquoise lakes and overwhelming beauty. Sitting between Zagreb and Zadar, at the Bosnia Herzegovina border, it is the jewel of mountainous central Croatia, and it’s easy to see why it made the Unesco World Heritage register in 1979.

Lakeside cottages, Indian tents, mobile homes and canopy cottages. You can find all this near Plitvice Lakes in a modern oasis surrounded by nature – Plitvice Holiday Resort. The resort is among eight camps in Croatia with certification ECOcamping what means paying special attention to the green business. It is a place that offers a chance to reconnect with nature, close enough to many attractions and activities, and at the same time far enough from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, everything you need for a perfect honeymoon.



The most indented island in Croatia – the island of Pag, due to the bare nature, unusual stones and poor vegetation coverage known as “Moon Island”, are inhabited by natural and cultural beauties and invaluable heritage. The town of Pag hides many interesting historical and cultural sights and charming narrow streets ideal for romantic walks for two. Apart from the extremely clean sea, Pag is also known for the famous Pag cheese, its magnificent salt-works and for its lace knitted by island women.

Stone house Villa Sika is located near the small fishing village of Miškovići in the south of the island. Decorated in a rustic style with shabby chic details, it is really very charming. Stone walls, blue wooden doors and a bench on the terrace, a beautiful pool, a small garden full of greenery and Mediterranean flowers, will be the ideal location for your first vacation as a married couple.



Beautiful city of Novigrad, although being so popular among tourists from all around the world, has to this day kept its intimate and irresistible charm of a typical quite Mediterranean fishing town. Friendly hosts, delicious food, wonderful parks that turn into stages for summer events, a landscape interspersed with hiking and biking trails and charming terraces by the sea, will make you want to come back even after your honeymoon ends.

The Palazzo Rainis Hotel & Spa is located in this charming Istrian town. This magnificent hotel is on the Forbes list of the most beautiful new hotels in the Mediterranean in 2022. The hotel opens on April 2022, and there is already a lot of talk about it – it is a reconstruction of the Rainis Villa from the early 19th century, which will now define a luxury hotel holiday in style. The villa is named after the Rainis family who moved to Novigrad from Venice in the 19th century. With the reconstruction of the villa itself, there was a “reconstruction” of the concept and the very essence of a luxury hotel vacation.



The island of Brac is the largest central Dalmatian island and the third largest island in the Adriatic Sea. Bounded by beautiful bays and covered with forests of pines and cypresses, Brač is one of the most beautiful Croatian islands, which is often covered by renowned foreign media. Business Insider has included it in its list of 100 ‘under-the-radar’ islands in the world that must be visited at least once in a lifetime, while the British Lonely Planet has published a great report on Brač. Located between Split and Hvar, Brač is widely known for the beach Zlatni rad and the Brač stone that was used to build many famous buildings in the world, from Diocletian’s Palace in Split to the White House.

Over three hundred years old, charming, stone houses have been transformed into the Boutique Hotel Lemongarden in Sutivan on Brač. The hosts of this unique, Adults Only hotel decided on this move after falling in love with this picturesque fishing village, on one of the most beautiful Dalmatian islands. By turning these houses into a hotel, they have created a magical place, a flower oasis, where you can come to completely relax and enjoy with all your senses during your honeymoon.


Opatija, also known as the ‘Queen of the Adriatic’ is a tourist destination, with the longest tradition of tourism in Croatia and it sure has a lot to offer: an impressive church in the city center, the fantastic Villa Angiolina, statues of renowned artists and much more. Take a walk along the romantic coastal promenade Lungomare, visit the Summer Theater – the site of many musical spectacles and discover the symbol of Opatija – the statue of the Girl with the Seagull.

Boutique Hotel Bevanda is located on the popular Opatija promenade Lungomare, on the edge of the sea. Hotel Bevanda has 10 elegantly furnished rooms, each named after a famous person who has lived in the city during Opatija’s history and was inspired by the local cultural and social scene. Among them were dancer Isadora Duncan, writers Vladimir Nabokov, Sergei Yesenin and James Joyce, as well as composer Gustav Mahler. Each of the rooms has a view of Rijeka or Opatija, Kvarner and Istria. It is the first five-star design hotel in the northern Adriatic. This hotel will surely satisfy even the most demanding, because in addition to the beautiful location and magnificent views it offers, Bevanda restaurant is one of the best restaurants in Croatia that will surely please your palate during your first vacation as a married couple.



Rovinj is known as one of the most picturesque and romantic cities in the Mediterranean. You will spend your honeymoon enjoying a walk through the narrow streets of the old town built on the island, which was in the 18th century connected to the mainland. You will be captivated by its 22 islands and islets, pleasant Mediterranean climate, carefully designed green areas, clean and tidy streets, the kindness of the locals and numerous events.

Hotel Amarin is located on a peninsula four kilometers away from the center of Rovinj, and is designed as a location for a carefree family vacation. In addition to the interior, the hotel offers many activities because it is surrounded by children’s playgrounds, filled with playrooms, swimming pools, both indoor and outdoor with waterfalls, rivers and oases, mini adrenaline park, educational trails through the woods and more. So, you and your children will both be enjoying quality time during your honeymoon. Almost all rooms offer a view of the center of Rovinj, and the gastronomic offer is also adapted to children, so for example you will be able to find pizza and snacks in the restaurant. Due to the quiet location, kilometers of beach and greenery that surrounds it, the hotel is an ideal destination for the whole family.


Since ancient times Krk has been called the “Golden Island” and even today it proudly bears this nickname. The island was aptly given this nickname because of the many “golden” sunny days you and your better half will surely experience if you choose this destination. It is the breathtaking beaches, the countless possibilities of activities such as hiking, biking and kayaking and the many attractions that make Krk a true honeymoon paradise. Getting to Krk Island is mostly arranged by car via the Krk Bridge. Since 2020 you don’t pay any toll anymore. In addition, the island has its own international airport and passenger ferries operate from the mainland.

The boutique resort Osma stands in the heart of authentic old village Gabonjin on the island of Krk, in the northern part of the Adriatic sea. If you dream of a quiet, private corner, far away from the crowded everyday life this beautiful resort is a place to make your dream honeymoon come true. This small, modern boutique space will give you and your better half an authentic connection with nature while intertwining it with autochthonous culinary masterpieces, homemade varieties of wine and olive oil which is a joy for the palate.



Poreč is a town located on the west coast of the Istrian peninsula. It is nearly 2,000 years old; it was founded by the Romans, conquered by the Venetians. Remains of ancient temples and forums can be found throughout the city center. The most valuable and recognizable cultural and historical monument is the 6th century Euphrasian Basilica, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Today, Poreč is a modern city that perfectly balances history and the present and a wonderful honeymoon destination for all couples who will enjoy the variety of experiences this city has to offer.

The luxurious villas in the heart of Istria county Villas Borghetto are a haven for the ultimate enjoyment and a perfect destination for your honeymoon. 2020. Winner-The best Luxury Villas in Croatia, Villas Borghetto is located in the Istrian town of Vabriga, in the Mediterranean landscape, between olive groves, meadows, fields and vineyards. This exclusive honeymoon destination consists of 20 luxury villas adorned with a high standard of construction and carefully selected details when decorating the interior and exterior. The architectural tradition of breathtaking natural stone facades is perfectly harmonized with the modern interior that offers high comfort. If the royal treatment with a holiday tailored to your needs, spiced with wellness, show cooking experience, excursions within the region, boat rides, exciting activities and adventure, sounds attractive than this is your perfect honeymoon destination.



Dugi Otok is located in the Zadar archipelago in Croatia and is the largest island in northern Dalmatia. In addition to the length of 45 kilometers, in Croatia it is nicknamed “Long Island”. It is known for the dream beach Sakarun in the north, but also for the impressive Telašćica Nature Park with high cliffs in the south. In addition, Dugi otok borders the beautiful Kornati National Park, where you can go on boat trips. Thanks to the many beautiful beaches and countless opportunities for activities such as hiking, biking, climbing, kayaking, sailing and sailing, this island is guaranteed ideal destination for you and your loved one to fall in love with.

Villa Nai 3.3 is located on the island of Dugi Otok, in the heart of Dalmatia, near the village of Žman. In the middle of the Adriatic Sea, equally distant from Venice and Dubrovnik, this hotel with a unique concept offers a luxurious stay perfect for a honeymoon. Just minutes away from the Telaščica Nature Park, its beaches and cliffs, olive groves and pine and oak forests you can spend your days being pampered by beautiful nature in this eco accommodation located in a century-old ecological olive grove. In 2021, Luxury Travel Intelligence included Villa Nai 3.3 on the list of the 10 most luxurious hotels in the world.



Trogir is one of the best preserved Romanesque cities in this part of Europe. Settled just 27 kilometres north-west of the Adriatic’s biggest city of Split, Trogir is often called the museum city due to its historic and cultural importance. It has been UNESCO protected since 1997 as World Heritage. This small town has a rich and fascinating history – St. Lawrence Cathedral, fortress Kamerlengo from 14th century, fortress St.Mark from 15th century, medieval palace of Cipiko family, but also a number of other Romanesque-Renaissance buildings make Trogir unforgettable. As soon as you enter the Old Town of Trogir from the old bridge built by the Romans, you return to the past and you can experience the history of Croatia, which will make your honeymoon and make it an unforgettable experience.

Located on the striking Adriatic coast, in the infatuating historic town of Trogir, only 5 km from Split Airport, Brown Beach House offers an unrivaled Mediterranean experience. Located inside a former tobacco delivery station (“Duhanka”), the hotel’s grandiose facade exudes a sense of timeless style. Designed for a relaxing and luxurious holiday, Brown Beach House is perfectly located just a few steps from the beach, combined with the soothing nature around you and a short walk from Trogir. Doesn’t that sound like a perfect place to have an ideal honeymoon? We think so too.



The island of Šolta is located in the immediate proximity of the cities of Split and Trogir. Šolta’s pebble beach surrounded by the pine forest is ideal for families with children, but also for adventurers who want to explore its beautiful nature. The small island of Šolta is an unexplored paradise that is just waiting for you to discover and fall in love with its many peaceful coves. In the romantic walks you will not miss the traces of the past from the Roman era and the surprise when you come across an unusual baroque castle in a series of stone houses. Šolta will invite you to be its ‘islanders’ – it will treat you to its highest quality olive oil and include you in the fishing festivities and old ‘quarrels’ of its inhabitants.

As for the Gone – house owners are Casper and Maria, a married couple who fell in love with Croatia so much that they decided to move and leave a secure job in Copenhagen. For their new life, they chose the island of Šolta and built a house there, not a hotel, because they wanted to give guests a sense of home. What sets Gone Šolta apart from the others is the unusual combination of the beauty of Dalmatia and the Scandinavian-style decoration. Marija is a professional cook and they prepare top-quality home-made dishes for their guests, creating a blend of Nordic and Croatian cuisine. Sounds deliciously good doesn’t it?! Get to meet the owners, try their remarkable food and enjoy your honeymoon with all your senses.



Hvar Island is located in central Dalmatia, off the coast of Makarska Riviera on the mainland, and between islands of Brac, Vis, Korcula, and Peljesac peninsula. It is the most famous of all Croatian islands, best known for its turquoise waters, lavender fields, 2.800 hours of sunshine a year, good nightlife, and as a summer refuge for the rich and famous. But it is also well known for its history and culture, lovely countryside, hidden bays, tasty food, and great local wines. If you want to dive into Hvar’s diversity and make your vacation of love, the real celebration of love, Hvar is the place to be.

The small boutique hotel Little Green Bay is located in the bay of Lozna on the island of Hvar and truly represents a piece of paradise on earth. A few years ago, the hotel caught the eye of French Vogue, which then included it on its list of new places to visit. This quiet location has crystal clear sea and all-round beautiful nature where you can relax your mind and body without interruption and spend an unforgettable honeymoon. The renovated old stone house has become a place of hedonism – the combination of natural materials in the interior merges with the exterior and continues all the way to the sea where guests have the opportunity to jump straight from a deck chair into the turquoise space. The name of the hotel fully corresponds to its location – a hidden small bay and the Mediterranean garden that surrounds it.


Tisno is a tiny town on Murter island named after the narrow passage that separates the island of Murter from the mainland. A town with rich heritage displayed in its Italianate buildings also has a big reputation on the international party circuit. Located 29km northwest of Šibenik and 80km south of Zadar, Tisno hosts several Croatia’s most popular music festivals: Defected Croatia; Love International; Sunce Beat. So for your honeymoon, Tisno offers you a chance to choose your fun. Party or idylic privacy in its beautiful nature. What’s it gonna be? Either way, it will make your honeymoon the time of your lives.

Olivia Green Camping Resort is a family-owned business managed by the highest standard of ethical conduct. This eco-luxe Camp and Resort is equally natural and luxurious. Bio-green certified camping villas with natural materials and fabrics provide a pure and elegant accommodation. Solar power, energy-saving systems and advanced, sustainable water purification systems add up to clean & smart energy management that is eco-friendly and sustainable. For every reservation made at Olivia Green Camping, there will be a tree planted in your name in partnership with the Eden Reforestation Projects. Talking about leaving a meaningful mark during your honeymoon, right?



Motovun is considered the centre of the northern part of Istria and is often referred to as the most famous and beautiful mediaeval town in Istria. It is located approximately 70 km from both Pula and Rijeka. The town is dominated by Gothic and Romanesque architecture, which has remained preserved in its original form up to today. This captivating hilltop town is one of the characteristic symbols of the Istrian interior. The Romanesque-Gothic bell tower with a crown from the 13th century, standing next to the Church of St. Stephen from the 17th century, dominates the town’s historic core. In the central square is the Romanesque Municipal Palace, the largest secular building in Istria of that period surrounded by many other historic buildings. And if the history of this city will not enchant you during your honeymoon, the view from it surely will.

Villa Angelo is a beautiful stone house located in the heart of Motovun. It was built during the 18th century and has been completely renovated and adapted to the luxurious habits of 21st century man. The harmony of traditional Istrian stone, wooden beams and glass in this romantic interior is the atmosphere in which every true hedonist wants to stay. And is there any better way to fully relax and enjoy during your honeymoon than in this beautiful, luxurious and at the same time simple and autochthonous villa.

We believe that choosing a destination for your honeymoon is just as important as choosing a wedding venue. Now, we are pretty sure that you are inspired for a memorable honeymoon. We wish you an unforgettable, pleasing and super romantic honeymoon in Croatia.


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