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Explore Croatia with CFG’s Private Plane Charter Flight


As one of Europe’s most renowned beach destinations, Croatia is blessed with year-round sun. Its historic towns and idyllic islands have anaffluence of natural attractions to offer. From rolling vineyards to widespread coastal cliffs, check out our list of the most beautiful places in Croatia that you should add to your itinerary.


Also known as the “Pearl of the Adriatic”, Dubrovnik, walled city was created on maritime trade. During the Middle Ages, it became the sole city-state in the Adriatic regions to compete with Venice and attained a great level of improvement in the 15th and 16th centuries. Dubrovnik is immersed in beautiful architecture and sculptural feature and brags outstanding monasteries, fountains, churches, museums and the renowned walls that surround the city.

Dubrovnik has its airport so from here you can easily transfer from places to places in a commercial flight or a private plane charter.

Gornji Grad

Gornji Grad is the medieval center of Zagreb that translates as Upper Town. It settled intwo different towns, Kaptol, which is the Bishop’s seat and Gradec, the free town where artisans and tradesmen lived. During the 1770s, the two towns merged to create the northern part of historic Zagreb.

Euphrasian Basilica

The 6th century Euphrasian Basilica is the main tourist attraction of Poreč, which is a 2,000-year-old town in Istria. The Basilica is a good example of early Byzantine architecture around the Mediterranean.Most of its parts were able to retain its original form, although fires, earthquakes, and accidents have changed minor details.


Mljet Island is one of the big islands situated on the coast of Southern Croatia. About 72 percent of the island is covered by forests, and the rest of the island is lined with fields, small villages, and vineyards.Mljet is a great place to unwind.

Diocletian’s Palace

Diocletian’s Palace is located inthe old town of Split. It was made by the Roman emperor Diocletian as preparation for his retirement. He lived his retirement days in this palace taking care of his vegetable gardens. After the place had been abandoned by the Romans, the Palace stayed empty for centuries. Presently, a lot of shops, homes and restaurants can be found inside the walls of the palace.

If you are entering the country through Split, their local airport is open 24 hours for commercial flights and private plane charter.

Pula Arena

The Pula Arena was made during the 1st Century AD and could accommodate around 26,000 spectators. During the 15th century, several of the stones of the arena were taken from the amphitheater to create houses and other structures surrounding Pula.However, this practice was discontinued before the whole arena was ruined.


Korculais parted from the mainland through a narrow strait. The capital of the island is also known as Korcula. The island is dubbed “Little Dubrovnik”, this old city is one of the most spectacular towns on the coast of Croatia and is famous for its one-of-a-kind architecture. Among of its many attractions is the supposed house where Marco Polo was born.


Rovinj is considered as one of the most beautiful towns in the Mediterranean. It has pastel-colored homes grouped together on steep, twisting streets making it a marvelous place to stroll around. The town is still a thriving fishing port, and tourists can rent a boat to visit the beautiful islands.


The island of Hvar and most particularly the town of Hvar is among the most visited site in Croatia. The agricultural landscape of the town features fruit orchards, lavender fields, and olive groves. The town of Hvaris set in a natural scenicbay, with the island chain of Pakleni shielding it from the south, it is a famous port for many yachts that sail all over the Adriatic.

Plitvice Lakes

Because of its natural beauty and importance, this group of 16 interlinked lakes and a big forest surrounding it became a national park in 1949. The astonishing Plitvice Lakes are known for its distinct colors. The region surrounding the lakes is home to a tremendous variety of wildlife species.

Getting around Croatia to see these different places can be quite difficult due to its unusual geographical layout. But, there are a lot of options you canchoose from. You can take the train, a ferry or get a commercial flight or private plane charter.We suggest that you take a private plane charter.Perhaps the private plane charter flight’scost discourages you from taking one, don’t be. In fact, a private plane charter flight is usually more cost-effective as you can choose the right aircraft for your itinerary and group size. For further details, contact us!