Yes! Gastronomic offer on Hvar island is known to be one of the most expensive when compared to other smaller islands in Croatia.
Gastronomy in Dubrovnik is known to be one of the most expensive in entire Croatia. Dubrovnik stands as one of the 5 Michelin restaurants in entire Croatia, followed by fellow restaurants in Istria, Šibenik, and Zagreb. Apart from that, this everlasting city has become a real luxury spot for all gastronomy lovers in the past decade, making it one of the most expensive cities to ''dine out'' in Croatia.
Croatian islands are considered quite a safe place for living. Usually, the population is smaller than in the continental parts of Croatia therefore the local community is more connected. Apart from some problematic areas, most islands are safe to travel to or live in.
Dubrovnik and its county is well known to have some of the most stunning beaches in Croatia. Some of the most prominent are Banje Beach, Sunset Beach, Beach Sveti Jakov, Betina Cave Beach, Old Town Beaches (Bard Mala Buza & Buza Beach), Coral Beach Club, Šulić Beach, and Bellevue Beach.
While foreigners from the European Union may purchase real estate in the Republic of Croatia under the same conditions as nationals of the Republic of Croatia, those living outside the EU must obtain consent for the purchase of a real estate in the Republic of Croatia from the Ministry of Justice of the Republic in the administrative procedure. Without this consent, the new owner could not register his ownership of the land he purchased.
There is no real estate tax in Croatia, only 3% tax is paid once the real estate is purchased.