and Gay Guide Croatia
We are offering rooms and apartments in Croatia
for gay visitors and their friends. Our accommodation
facilities include private rooms and apartments
in Zagreb, Rovinj, Dubrovnik, Split and Trogir
and there will be soon more places in Croatia
with gay friendly accommodation for gay people!
However, we are providing you with all useful
information important for your safe and comfortable
stay in Croatia.
This Gay guide includes Gay Croatia, Gay Zagreb,
Gay Rovinj, Gay Dubrovnik, and Gay Split. It
provides you with the basic information and
descriptions of beaches, cafés, bars,
pubs, saunas, discos, restaurants etc. We also
provide our guests with important tourist information
on the historical and cultural monuments, natural
sights, and other important places for your
good and comfortable stay. You will be updated
on current cultural and social life in Croatia.
If you are looking for one of the best destinations
in Europe, or if you plan to visit some towns
in Croatia like capital Zagreb, Rovinj, Split
or Dubrovnik, please allow us to plan your itinerary
and deal with all other boring but necessary
details and arrangements.
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offer your place for gay people, please contact
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Croatia is located in South-East
Europe on the Adriatic coast and it is one of
the hottest destinations in Europe. Republic
Croatia has more than 1,000 miles of mainland
littoral, as well as those of more than 1,000
It is a country of striking natural beauty of
its coastline and islands which are truly gorgeous
Zagreb is the capital city of Croatia. It is
also the largest centre of Croatian LGBT movement.
Zagreb, which boasts a blend of Gothic and Baroque
architecture plus old medieval parts of the
city, can be found in the Upper Town area. The
Down Town is the place where you can find the
main shops, cafes and museums.
Dubrovnik is the shiniest jewel
of Croatia. It is famous by its thirteenth century
city walls as the most visited touristic attraction.
It is well worth walking around the 80 foot
high city walls for a magnificent view of the
town, and visiting the Maritime Museum for an
insight into the city’s history. However, inside
the city walls visitors will find ancient narrow
streets, many historic buildings: churches,
palaces, fountains and monasteries.
The city of Split dates back into
the 3rd century and its ancient ruins of the
imperial palace that are popular city attraction.
Split is important touristic centre and the
gateway to the Dalmatian coast and islands (Brac,
Solta, Hvar, Vis,). There you will find a beautiful
Mediterranean climate, and picturesque coastal
villages such as Palmizana, Rogoznica or Tribunj.
Trogir is another important ancient town originated
from the Greek period.
In the Northern Adriatic you will find the Kvarner
Islands (Krk, Cres, Losinj, Rab and Pag).
Rovinj is one of the most picturesque Mediterranean
towns and the most popular gay resort in Croatia.
Rovinj is mentioned for the first time in the
7th century. Rovinj is today a treasury of cultural
and historical monuments: a 13th century Romanesque
heptagonal baptistery, the baroque Parish church
of St. Euphemia. Thanks to the very popular
Monsena Beach, Rovinj is visited every year
by hundreds of gay visitors from all around