Knez Croatia Real Estates is a real estate specialist for properties in Croatia in the major tourist and holiday areas like Dubrovnik and Istria. Our properties for sale are located across Dalmatia and Istria region including the cities Dubrovnik, Pelješac, Split, Zadar, Rovinj, and the islands like Korčula, Brač, and Hvar. We have successfully handled hundreds of purchases of Croatia properties, especially in the South Dalmatia - Dubrovnik property real estate, and Central Dalmatia - Split property real estate for sale.
Dalmatia is home to some of the most stunning sceneries and sunny weather days found anywhere in Europe. With Croatia becoming ever more popular as an Adriatic holiday destination, interest in buying property in Croatia, especially in Dalmatia, has also risen quite suddenly in the last few years. To own the real estate in this region is much appreciated due to its increasing value and truly dramatic landscape with crystal-clear seas, lush islands, well-preserved Roman ruins, and medieval walled cities. The most popular real estate properties for sale in Croatia are around the cities Split and Dubrovnik.
Dubrovnik is a busy yachting destination with its own international airport. We are constantly updating our listing for seashore real estate villas and apartments in the Dubrovnik area with a sea view or near the Old Town Dubrovnik. It is the most popular tourist destination in Croatia as the city has a rich medieval history and a clean Mediterranean sea. Take a look at our range of Dubrovnik real estate, with commercial and private properties for sale.
Split-Dalmatia County is of real interest for people buying a property in Croatia. Surrounded by natural islands, beautiful pebbles, and sand beaches, olive groves, and vineyards, this is a charming area sat between the Northern and South Dalmatia. If you are looking for a family-friendly place with a Mediterranean climate, to buy a property in Croatia in Split is an amazing choice for you!
Istria is a heart-shaped piece of heaven on the Adriatic. Apart from it being absolutely stunning in the way of natural surroundings, Istria is due to its geographical position very well connected with the neighboring countries. Access to the Istria region is also improved with the highway, reducing drive times from the bigger Croatian cities like Zagreb and Split.