Beloči Holiday Homes - come and visit the pearl of the Istrian Peninsula with Casamundo
When traveling to Beloči on the Istrian Peninsula in northwestern Croatia, you will have the best of all climates and scenery. Nestled along the coast of the Adriatic Sea, the country is less than 10 hours from the coast of Italy. It is a small country compared to others but it is big in natural attractions and island getaways. There is something for everyone to enjoy from fishing along the coastal region to sightseeing in the mountains. It is a country of contrasts with balmy breezes along the coast, lush parks and a tropical climate in the interior as well as snow covered mountaintops. The charm of the country is its quiet beauty and solitude. When planning a holiday, you will have many accommodation choices, the best being Beloči apartments.
Beloči Holiday Villas - swimming, fishing, boating and hiking await
You are sure to find Beloči holiday rentals that suit your budget, tastes, needs and requirements. Swimming, fishing, boating, hiking, and enjoying one of the many parks in the country will keep you busy. As you plan your itinerary, you will find traveling throughout the area allows you to enjoy the many aspects of the country. Along the coast, there are numerous villages and islands providing cozy Beloči accommodation away from the more crowded cities. During the off peak season, you can reserve Beloči holiday rentals at discounted prices and avoid crowds. The Mediterranean climate provides seasonal temperatures all year round. From April to October is considered the optimal time to visit when temperatures are warm and comfortable. During July and August, the temperatures are the highest and can peak at 100 degrees with the water temperature remaining comfortable at around 80 degrees.
Beloči Holiday Rentals - a serene , peaceful and idyllic holiday break for all the family
March is the rainiest season. The autumn months of September and October are not as crowded as the summer months and are the ideal time for sightseeing. The winter is generally mild but pack warm clothing to be prepared. Additional activities to enjoy while visiting Croatia include snow skiing, canoeing, and kayaking, rafting along the white waters, scuba diving, hiking mountain trails, or exploring one of the many caves, such as the Blue Cave and Dragons Cave for unbelievable sights. Take a sea tour to see dolphins and seals or visit the Diocletian Palace and its magnificent architecture. Be sure to save time to visit one of the scenic nature or national parks such as Biokovo, Krka, Mijet, Telascica and Vransko Lake to get an up-close look at the beauty of the country. Why not try out a holiday in Sitges Holiday Villas, with its golden beaches, glorious Spanish sunshine and fascinating history and culture to learn about.