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Croatia forms a meeting point connecting the Mediterranean and central Europe, and linking the Alps and the Pannonian plain. Its relatively tiny territory is made up of an extensive variety of landscapes.
A strikingly beautiful country, it is gradually re-emerging from the challenging years of conflict and recapturing it's role as a trendy holiday destination. It's capital is Zagreb.
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Natural Geography Covering an area of 56,542 sq km (21,825 sq miles), Croatia has a population of around 4.5 million with an average of 78 inhabitants per square kilometre. Since the division of former Yugoslavia, and Croatia self-determination, the country has been bordered by Slovenia, Hungary, Bosnia Herzegovinia and the two new independent republics of Serbia, and Montenegro.
It is not a large territory, but it has a wide variety of natural and man-made environments. From a topographical point of view the country is made up of three types of terrain. A great extent is mountainous, with peaks up to 2,000m (6,560 ft) high, mostly masked with forest and pasture.
In the west, the country is bordered by the Adriatic Sea; the Dalmatian Coast, which narrows towards the south-east, ends at the Bay of Kotor. More than 600 islands lie off the Adriatic Coast to the north-east and have always belonged to Croatia. The largest, Krk, has it's own airport.
To the north-east , the vast Pannonian plain or the Dinaric Mountains, gradually give way to the lowlands between the rivers Drava, Sava and the Danube. Coastal Croatia is nearly 600 km ( 372 miles) long, but over 2,000 km (1,242 miles) long when the cavernous coastline is taken into consideration, and double that when the hundreds of islands are included.
To the north-east , the vast Pannonian plain or the Dinaric Mountains, gradually give way to the lowlands between the rivers Drava, Sava and the Danube. Coastal Croatia is nearly 600 km ( 372 miles) long, but over 2,000 km (1,242 miles) long when the cavernous coastline is taken into consideration, and double that when the hundreds of islands are included. With over 4800 km (3,000 miles) of Mediterranean coastline and 1,185 islands, Croatia is one of Europe's leading holiday playgrounds.
Close to the beaches there are picturesque ancient parts and excellent restaurants with breathtaking sea views. But there is more to Croatia than just the coast. Inland lie the cultural hot spots of Zagreb and Varazdin, and not neglecting the varied countryside sprinkled with castles, spa-towns and nature reserves.