ZAGREB, June 12 (Hina) – Currently 92,000 tourists are vacationing in Croatia, 20,000 more than before the beginning of this extended weekend, including 66,500 foreigners, according to eVisitor data which confirm a rise in tourist turnover after borders have been reopened and COVID-19 restrictions eased.
The National Tourist Board said on Friday the increase in the number of arrivals was expected and that eVisitor data show that Croatia’s top tourist markets were slowly going back to normal.
Germans, Slovenians, Austrians, and the Czech are currently the most numerous foreign tourists in Croatia, although their numbers are markedly lower than usual at this time of year.
Most tourists are staying in private accommodation, followed by campsites and hotels. Rovinj is the most visited destination, followed by the island of Vir, Mali Losinj and Medulin.