Croatia for Families


After your family’s tour of Croatia with Adriatic Luxury Journeys this summer, your kids or grandkids will surprise their teachers with how much they know about medieval architecture and the history of the Roman Empire.

Island of Korcula

Wandering the cobbled streets of Korcula, tracing the invasions of the Romans, the Greeks, the Venetians, the French and the Italians!

Offering a nice combination of cultural and arts attractions and easy, outdoor adventures, the Croatia Family Experience is specifically for kids, from grammar school ages through high school. You will join only a few other families on an exploration of Croatian towns and countrysides, national parks, Dalmatian islands, and an historic knight’s tournament. Guides are knowledgeable Croatian natives who will entertain the kids and plan plenty of beach time, arts and crafts, cooking lessons, game rooms and more, in addition to spinning tales of the unforgettable cultural history of the country.

Resort city of Rovinj in Croatia

HIstoric sites and a bike ride in the resort city of Rovinj in Croatia

Highlights of the Croatia Family Experience:

  • 300-year-old knights’ tournament Sinjska Alka
  • Life & culture of Neanderthals in Krapina
  • At Hrvatsko Zagorje, create art with a Croatian artist
  • Birthplace of the inventor Nikola Tesla
  • Explore Postojna Caves
  • Hike through the waterfalls of Plitvice Lakes National Park
  • Lipizzaner horses in Slovenia, Batana Museum
  • Craft markets, art galleries, traditional cuisine
  • Historic sites of Dubrovnik and Split
  • Spend a day with local kids at a sandy beach in Split
  • Cooking class of a typical Dalmatian meal
  • Biking around the cultural mecca of Rovinj
  • Sail to islands of Vis, Pakleni and famous Hvar
  • Swim, hike & bike around the lakes of Mljet National Park


Lauded by Conde Nast Traveler, Luxury Travel Magazine, Travel Weekly and other media, Adriatic Luxury Journeys are known for their in-depth itineraries in Croatia, Slovenia, Montenegro, Italy, Bosnia and Albania. All tours include luxury accommodations, English-speaking local guides and friendly English-speaking chauffeurs. Private guided tours are also available.


Families go boating and biking, and learn about the history of a seaside city, from the Byzantine Empire to the Venetians, Napoleon, the Austrian Empire, Yugoslavia, and independence.

Have you taken your kids or grandkids to Europe? If so, do let us know of your recommendations for tours or destinations.



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