Buying property in Croatia will take you to new places
Buying property in Croatia may take you to places as varied as Dubrovnik, Istria, Brac, Split and Zagreb.
Croatia is a unitary parliamentary democratic republic in Europe at the crossroads of Central Europe, the Balkans and the Mediterranean. Its capital is Zagreb. The country is divided into 20 counties and the city of Zagreb. Croatia covers 56 594 square kilometers and has a versatile, continental and Mediterranean climate.
Croatia’s Adriatic coast is long and made of more than a thousand islands. The country has a population of 4.29 million, most of whom are Croats, and the main religion is Roman Catholicism.
Since the counties were restored in 1992, Croatia is divided into 20 counties and the capital, Zagreb, the latter with the authority and the status of a county and a city at the same time.
The area known as Croatia today was inhabited throughout the prehistoric period. Neanderthal fossils from the Middle Palaeolithic have been discovered in northern Croatia, and are well presented. The remains of Neolithic and Chalcolithic of different cultures have been found in all areas of the country.
Most of Croatia’s climate is moderately continental hot and rainy as defined by the Köppen climate classification. Average monthly temperature ranges from -3 ° C (in January) and 18 ° C (in July). The coldest parts of the country, Lika and Gorski Kotar are where the weather is snowy, in forests at altitudes above 1,200 meters. The hottest areas of Croatia on the Adriatic coast and especially in its immediate hinterland, characterized by a Mediterranean climate with temperature peaks that are moderated by the sea. Therefore, the temperature peaks are more pronounced in continental regions. The most low temperature of -35.5 ° C was recorded February 3, 1919 in Cakovec, and the highest temperature of 42.4 ° C (was registered on 5 July 1950 in Karlovac.