Festivals in Croatia take place all along the Dalmatian coast during the summer months. In the South, there are well-established brands like The Yacht Week, which is essentially a floating festival of sailing boats, and Ultra Music Festival Europe, which was the first edition of the brand outside of the USA.
The Garden, in Tisno, is a venue that feels like the beginning of Ibiza’s early rave scene. The venue has a mix of open-air stages, beaches and boat parties, which creates a vibe perfectly suited for a memorable summertime holiday. SuncéBeat, Dekmantel Selectors, Love International, Hospitality On The Beach and the newly relocated Dimensions Festival all call The Garden home.
Zrcé beach in the North of the country is garnering a reputation as the party town of Croatia. Events like Outlook and Hideout, combine daytime boat parties and shenanigans on the Adriatic with raucous club nights at Papaya, Kalypso, and Noa. Music festivals in Croatia are typically at the cutting edge of underground electronic music, and they draw in the best names in the industry.
Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast consists of more than 1000 islands scattered under cloudless blue skies that reflect the crystal clear turquoise water. At the same time, many of its charming cities are steeped in the history of Croatia’s medieval past.
The tranquil and warm Mediterranean waters, pristine lakes, and the melting pot of architecture are just some of the reasons to visit Croatia. Add in some of the world-class music festivals in Croatia, and you have a destination that is sure to make your mouth water.
Croatia welcomes all types of travellers to its shores, from high-end luxury fashionistas to backpackers on a budget. One can easily get involved in touring filming locations for Game of Thrones, partying on a boat, or even finding your zen amongst natural wonders.
Drum & Bass
Bass music lovers will be delighted with the selection along the luscious shores of Croatia. If you are looking for sun, sea and D&B then this is your Mecca.
The national language is Croatian. However, English is spoken widely, so ordering at bars & restaurants is easy.
The Croatian Kuna is the official currency. The Euro will not be accepted when you need to pay in cash. However most places have card facilities that you’ll be able to use.
Croatia is GMT+2