“The destination is safe and the requests are constantly increasing”

Croatia once again places emphasis on destination safety: This is confirmed by the numbers as well as the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (Ecdc), “according to which Croatia is the safest destination in the Mediterranean – said the country’s Minister of Tourism and Sport. Nikolina Brnjac – and we want to provide our guests with certain security measures and protocols “.

I am currently “860,000 tourists in Croatia, of which about 740,000 foreigners, proof that Croatia is perceived by foreign tourists as a safe and well-prepared tourist destination. Most tourists are currently in the region ofIstria, Kvarner, Split-Dalmatia and Zadar, and in terms of locations, most guests are located in Rovinj, Vir, Porec, Medulin and Umag“.

Furthermore, continues Nikolina Brnjac, “The demand for Croatia is constantly growing and arrivals in July confirm that it is a responsible and safe tourist destination. In preparation for the season, we have created all the conditions to ensure a trouble-free stay for our guests, from facilitated tourist travel to the “Stay safe in Croatia “ and further opportunities to test tourists on their return from vacation. We have made more than 350 points where it is possible to carry out serological tests in tourist resorts, which can be found at: https://www.safestayincroatia.hr/datastore/filestore/11/COVID-info-tal.pdf ”.

In addition, the Republic of Croatia co-finances antigen tests for tourists. Many hotels and campsites offer their guests the opportunity to test without crowds and without leaving the facility where they are staying. 70% of workers in the tourism sector are vaccinated, tourists visiting Croatia, if they wish, can be vaccinated in Croatia in the same places as the local population.

“We have a stable epidemiological situation and strict controls and surveillance are underway along the entire Croatian coast, continued Minister Brnjac. We welcome the season fully prepared and call for responsible behavior and compliance with epidemiological measures so that everyone can enjoy a safe and pleasant holiday ”concluded Minister Brnjac.