Croatia this summer, a safe destination waiting for you!
Welcome tourists in a serene environment
For several weeks now, Croatia has been organising itself to welcome tourists in a serene and secure environment. Numerous sanitary measures have been put in place to reassure travellers about the health situation.
With the creation in March 2021 by the Croatian government of the “Stay Safe in Croatia” label, Croatia confirms its commitment to making the safety of its population and that of tourists a priority. It is a label that makes it easier for visitors to recognise destinations and service providers that have adopted international standards for the protection of health and hygiene.
Croatia, an ideal destination
Croatia is the ideal destination to discover on a sailboat, with family, friends or as a couple. It is a myriad of islands, each more beautiful than the next, with endless anchorages, translucent water, fascinating historic towns, a renowned welcome and quality gastronomy with Italian, Hungarian and Slavic influences.
How to get to Croatia?
Travellers coming directly from EU member states, regardless of nationality, must present one of the following documents
- Negative PCR test performed less than 72 hours before entering the country
- Negative rapid antigenic test carried out less than 48 hours before entering the country
- Vaccination certificate dated at least 10 days since the 2nd injection
- Medical certificate confirming recovery
Croatia is only 2h30 away from France.
Several airlines, including Air France and the national airline, Croatia Airlines, operate direct flights between France (Paris and Lyon) and the cities of Zagreb, Split and Dubrovnik. Easy Jet, Volotea and Ryanair also offer flights at attractive rates.
In July, Transavia is opening a new route between Paris and Zadar (in addition to the Paris and Nantes routes already in place).