The Children’s Festival
Held in June and July, Šibenik’s Children’s Festival is a brilliant event that celebrates imagination and creativity. A range of fun games are organised, including art and music workshops for both local and international children, child-oriented theatrical and puppet performances, as well as various film screenings.
Stay in the Hotel Olympia Sky
This four-star hotel in Croatia boasts beautifully furnished rooms, equipped with air-conditioning, comfortable beds, satellite TV, a bath and a shower. A buffet breakfast is served daily. There are two outdoor pools for the children to splash about in. From mid-June to mid-September during the day, you can send the tots off to the children’s club to make friends and discover a range of activities or book a fun family tennis game. There’s a playground and an indoor play area, too.
The Old Town
Dubrovnik is a charming Croatian city that boasts a car-free Old Town. With no traffic around, it’s a safe environment for children to explore with their parents. Its fascinating Roman heritage provides an array of cultural edifices they’ll love, including the city walls, the forts and the Sponza Palace.
Stay at the Valamar Club Dubrovnik
This hotel in Croatia offers family-size rooms fit for two adults and two children. They are equipped with satellite TV, hairdryers, showers and baths. Some also have a garden-view balcony. An all-inclusive buffet will satisfy your children’s rumbling stomach at breakfast, lunch and dinner. There is a large outdoor swimming pool for them to play in, as well as a range of organised activities to keep them entertained. These include basketball, football, tennis, badminton and live music.
Travel to Istria
This coastal town doesn’t just give you direct access to the beach; it also has a range of family-friendly attractions.
The Dinosaur Park
Set in an old stone quarry with life-size dinosaurs, this park celebrates prehistoric creatures. There are trampolines and playgrounds, while the circus performs daily in the show area. There is also an amusement park, featuring a swinging pirate ship and a dragon rollercoaster, as well as excavation workshops and prehistoric sea creature exhibits.
Explore the Extraordinary Caves
A treasure trove of awe-inspiring stalagmites and stalactites, these caves feature stunning natural sculptures. During your 40-minute tour, you’ll see five halls and galleries that house ice statues shaped like a milkmaid, the Tower of Pisa and a snowman.
Stay at the Valamar Club Tamaris
This hotel in Croatia features family suites with two bedrooms, a bathroom and a living room. Meals are all-inclusive, while snacks and drinks are provided throughout the day. An animation team is on hand to keep your children entertained at the pool, on the tennis court and during diving lessons.
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