Visit the Island of Brac and explore small and charming place Milna. Find out the event calendar this summer and enjoy with your family and friends.
June 2018 in Croatia
June is underway and it is going to be a busy month across Croatia. From festivals to local events there is sure to be plenty to do across all of the holiday destinations Croatia has to offer. We have set up a Croatia travel guide for tourists visiting to ensure they get the most out of their Luxury Croatia Villa Holiday.
Football World Cup – Russia 2018
The football World Cup is being contested in Russia during the months of June and July. With Croatia participating in Group D it is sure to be a point of interest to the locals while you enjoy your Croatian villa holiday. The Croatian team will start with three group games before they will hopefully progress to the knockout stage.
Saturday 16th June – Croatia Vs Nigeria – 8pm KO
Croatia open their Group D games in the 35,000 capacity, Kalimimgrad Stadium. Statistics favour the Croatian side who will be looking to start with a win to boost their chances of progressing.
Thursday 21st June – Croatia Vs Argentina – 7pm KO
Arguably Croatia’s hardest group game comes against the Argentinians in their second game. The Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, which was purpose built for the tournament, plays host to this in front of a capacity just below 45,000.
Tuesday 26th June – Croatia Vs Iceland – 7pm KO
In their final Group D fixture, Iceland are the opposition. Progression to the knockout stages may depend on a good result in this game to be played in the brand new Rostov Arena before a crowd of 45,000.
All these games and more from Russia are sure to be on display throughout streets of Croatia’s top tourist destinations. Not a football fanatic? Not to worry, we still have a range of attractions to tempt you with.
Zagreb Pop-up Summer Garden
Following on from the great success of last years inaugural event, Pop Up Summer Garden in Zargreb, brings a culmination of summer themed refreshment and entertainment designed to appeal to both locals and visiting tourists alike. On display there will be an array of music, events and creative art, as well as a diverse selection of tasty food and drinks. Visitors can expect to view the performances of numerous artists & acoustic bands featuring a vast range of genres; a varied programme of films; plus activities including workshops, themed weeks, special guest appearances and other interesting events.
For those looking to escape the city in search of peace and tranquility, this could be just the answer.
Music Festival Season Hits Croatia
For those searching for more adventure to their villa holiday in Croatia, the music festival season is upon us. Hideout Festival returns to Zrce, near Novalja on the Prag Island, for it’s eighth year from the 25th – 29th June. With six open air stages, this iconic venue for electronic music could provide what you are looking for.
INmusic Festival offers a great alternative for those seeking something a little different. Standing as Croatia’s largest open-air festival the event boasts a pretty and fun lakeside location on the edge of Zagreb, Croatia’s capital.
For those visiting festivals or events throughout Croatia in a large group, our Croatia villa holiday deals can be a great way to lower the cost of accommodation for your trip. We price all our villas on a per night basis, meaning large groups can really benefit from a spread cost, making their holiday cheaper.
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