For Europeans, Croatia represents one of the most popular summer holiday destinations, usually because they consider it cheaper than Greece. Summer is gone, though, and winter is here so I think we should take a look at some of the sights worth seeing in Croatia during the cold season.
Blue Magic on Biševo (Croatia). 'Of the numerous caves around the remote limestone island of Biševo, the Blue Grotto (Modra Špilja) is the most spectacular. On a clear morning, the sun’s rays penetrate through an underwater hole in this coastal cave, bathing the interior in a mesmerising silvery-blue light. Swimming inside is a surreal must-have experience – worth a trip to this far-out island. http://www.lonelyplanet.com/croatia
The Medieval Town of Motovun-Montona, Croatia. Motovun is a medieval town that grew up on the site of an ancient city called Kastelijer. It is situated on a hill 886 feet above sea level with houses scattered all over the hill.