Home » News » Post-Season Double-Digit Tourism Growth in Croatia

Post-Season Double-Digit Tourism Growth in Croatia


Croatia’s bumper tourist season continues to produce record numbers, with double-digit post season growth. The Ministry of Tourism announced on Monday that in the post-season month of September there were 8.15 million overnight stays in Croatia, up 11 percent on last year.

As it was in the first nine months of 2012, tourists from Germany lead the way in September, followed by those from Austria, Czech Republic, Slovenia and Poland. Tourist from the UK however grew the most with 16 percent more in September 2012 than there was in September 2011.

The number of tourist arrivals also grew this year in September. There were 1.43 million tourists, half a million or 11 percent more than in 2011. This year has been a hugely successful tourist season for Croatia. Overall in 2012 there has been 6 percent more tourists into Croatia than in 2011.

Share on:
0 / 5 (0 votes)

Sign up to receive the Croatia Week Newsletter

Related Posts

Hottest Temperature in Europe Recorded in Croatia

The heatwave which is currently occupying Croatia is about to hit its peak. On Wednesday at Split Airport in Kaštel Štafilić temperatures hit 42.3°C, say Dalmacijadanas, which was the highest temperature in all of Europe on Wednesday. In Sinj on Wednesday at 3:00 pm temperatures measured 40.1°C, which broke the official record of 39.7°C set...

Explore Your Croatian Name & Find Ancestors

A great platform is available to help people tracing their Croatian family background. The website Acta Croatica is a platform on which users can find millions of people of Croatian descent, details about their surnames as well as historical documents these people have been mentioned in. “There are over 200,000 detailed descriptions of Croatian family...

International Lace Festival on Pag Island in June

The 8th International Lace Festival will take place on the northern Adriatic island of Pag next month. This year’s festival, held from 22 – 25 June 2017, will feature traditional lace making from the Netherlands, Czech Republic, Italy, France, Russia, the UK, and of course Croatia. Lace-making in Croatia is a tradition dating back to...

[PHOTOS] One of the World’s Fastest Yachts Spotted in Croatia

One of the world’s fastest yachts is cruising the Croatian coast again. Wally Power 118, which is today known as Galeocerdo, was spotted near the island of Pag this weekend after earlier in the summer being spotted around the Kornati islands. I spy.. #yacht #croatiafulloflife #luxury #wallypower #pagbay #sealife #summer #spying @zadar_region @discovercroatia @croatiafulloflife @robinzon.tours.pag...

Robin Hood: Origins Filming Moves from Dubrovnik to Istria

Shooting of the action film Robin Hood: Origins has moved from Dubrovnik on Croatia’s southern coast to the Istrian peninsula in the north. Filming will take place tonight and tomorrow in the small town of Završje which will play Nottingham after Dubrovnik played the role for the last 2 and a bit weeks. Robin Hood:...

Lonely Planet’s Best in Europe 2017: Zagreb Ranked No.1 Destination

Lonely Planet, the world’s largest travel guide publisher, has revealed its Best in Europe 2017 and the Croatian capital has come out on top. The prestigious global travel company released its top picks for the most exciting European destinations to visit in 2017 today with Zagreb ranked No.1 in Europe. Gotland in Sweden was second...