Top Things To Do In Croatia With Kids

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Top Things To Do In Croatia With Kids

Family holidays abroad can be fantastic if you make sure the entire families expectations are met. Travel to Europe can be tough when on vacation with kids. Spending all day wandering cobblestone streets in Dubrovnik, eating white truffles in Istria, photographing ancient sites and ticking off everything on your things to do in Croatia list may be fun for you. However, I bet it would have your children begging to be left at home with the grandparents.

Am I right?

If I am right, then you may want to take a few pointers from all the things to do in Croatia with kids suggestions we have. My suggestions will help you to mix up the kid-friendly activities vs the activities that have the kiddies rolling their eyes at you. Croatia with kids can be loads of fun, and most importantly Croatia is kid friendly.

Kid-Friendly Caves

No matter how old your children are, they’re sure to love heading underground and checking out what lies beneath! Biserujka Cave in Krk and Festinsko Kraljevstvo in Zminj are both ideal for families, and safe enough for young children too.

Biserujka Cave

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Biserukja Cave – Krk Island

 

Biserujka Cave is located close to Rudine Village on the island of Krk and you’ll find a range of different stalagmites and stalactites in several different sections of the cave. There is also an education trail which links this cave to another smaller one in the area, which takes about half an hour to walk, through some beautiful scenery.

Children under five can go into the cave for free, with children up to 12 years costing 20HKN, and adults at 30HKN.

Festinsko Kraljevstvo

Zminj’s Festinsko Kraljevstvo is located in Festini, Istria. The beauty around the caves is stunning and kids will love wandering around the open spaces. When you reach the cave you’ll see various different sculptures made naturally out of rocks, the cave itself, as well as a children’s park, mini farm, and bar just outside.

You can only visit this cave in the summer time without prior permission, with children under five going free, other children up to 15 years at 25HKN, and adults at 40HKN.

Oprtalj Kestenjada (Chestnut Festival)

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If you think there aren’t that many things you can do with a chestnut, think again! Every October the Chestnut Festival takes place in Oprtalj, Istria and it is a fun-filled day out for all the family.

With music, games, competitions, tastings of different chestnut-related foods, and talks on how many different products are made, this is as great day out with a difference.

We spent hours here with friends, and all our kids ran about having a blast – without once complaining. We ate and drank and had an awesome day!

Špancirfest In Varaždin

Almost two decades ago, the very first street festival in Croatia took place, and it is still going today! In the heat of Varazdin, every year you will find Spancirfest, which lasts for ten days and is a total festival of fun and frolics. Usually taking place in August, the festival has games, creative arts and crafts, dancing, workshops, street theatre, musical performances, and a lively and fun atmosphere.

Be sure to check out the exact days before you travel, to ensure you don’t miss out. Kids will love the lively and fun feel to the area, and there are so many workshops and exhibitions on every single one of the ten days, that there will be something for everyone within the family.

Truffle Hunting in Motovun

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Istria’s Motovun region is famous for its truffles, so it makes sense to go truffle hunting. Kids will love the guided truffle hunt, as dogs accompany you out into the forest, sniffing out the truffles, with a hands-on guide to show you how the process happens. The two dogs, Bela and Nera, are friendly but professional, and once the walk is over, you can go into the shop and buy products from what you will have just found in the forest itself.

This is a great day out with a difference and the kids will love accompanying the dogs out into the natural forests.

Gacka River Canoeing

A little more adrenaline coming your way with this suggestion! The River Gacka is a great spot for canoeing or kayaking, and it’s great for families because there are no rapids, no rough currents, and no waterfalls.

The main river route lasts for around 8km, and it will take you around three hours to get around. There is beautiful scenery no matter where you turn, and the kids will love that you’re getting to see nature in a totally different way. There are several companies who run tours and trips along the river, so shop around. You can expect to pay around 110HRK per person.

Make a Sandcastle & Then Play Beach Volleyball

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Queens Beach Nin. Photo credit Nin Tourist Board

Yes, it is possible. I am sure that you’ve heard about the need to pack your  and brace yourself for the pebbly beaches of Croatia’s coast, but we do have sandy beaches in Croatia too – here is a list.

Sandy beaches in Croatia are a little trickier to find, but they are sprinkled all over the country.  If building a sandcastle is high on your fun things for kids list, ask the locals where to find one close to where you are staying.

Our favorite sandy beaches in Croatia are:

  • Lopar village on the Island of Rab has 22 sandy beaches – making them very easy to find
  • Sakarun Beach on Dugi Otok {Long Island} is one of the nicest
  • Saplunara Beach, on Mljet. Home to one of Croatia’s eight national parks
  • Omiš has several sandy beaches. In fact, there are lots of kid-friendly things to do in Omiš, including beach volleyball
  • Vela Przina Beach on the Island of Korčula is a safe option
  • Queens Beach in Nin. Less than a 30 min drive from the ancient city of Zadar you’ll find some of the country’s best windsurfing and soft sand.

Other places include The Pelješac Peninsula, Murter Island, Baska Beach on Krk Island, the Dubrovnik Riviera has several, Palmizana on Hvar IslandIsland of Cres or head to any of these 7 family-friendly islands in the Zadar region

Sibenik’s International Children’s Festival

Every June, Sibenik plays host to the International Children’s Festival, which spans several days of fun-filled activities for all the family. This two weeks’ long event has been going on for over 50 years and is a firm favorite within the area.

Children have the chance to meet other children, play, enjoy creative workshops and crafts, play games, and enjoy the vibe. There are three main programmes on offer, all of which have an educational feel, but disguises it well, firmly in the direction of fun! The whole idea is to bring cultural awareness to children but to do it in a creative manner.

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Swim Under A Waterfall

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Those epic teal, turquoise and deep blue waterfalls that you’ve seen on many travel brochures, websites and travel blogs are probably those of Plitvice Lakes. While Plitvice Lakes is a top tourist attraction in Croatia due to the very sensitive environment you can’t swim there.

So, instead enjoy a family boat ride to Krka National Park via Skradinski Buk beginning at Skradin. Krka National Park is more than just the waterfalls, so be sure to take a look around before your swim. Then make a bee-line to the lower lake and dive in and stand under the falls. I told you Croatia with children is fun.

Local Tip: Take with you a picnic lunch, it makes a fun, great family day – you can talk to your Croatia Transfers experts (us) about how to do that.

Nikola Tesla Technical Museum Zagreb

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Nikola Tesla Memorial Center, Smiljan.

Science and education go hand in hand, but there’s plenty of fun to be had here at too! Zagreb is home to the Nikola Tesla Technical Museum, which has been in operation since 1954 and is actually located in some historic and protected buildings which were originally owned by the Zagreb Fair. Fun fact!

Inside the museum you’ll find thousands of artifacts and items that relate to science and technology throughout history, dating back to the industrial era, in the 19th century. There are also talks and presentations throughout the day, including workshops and hands-on, interactive fun. Just be sure to look a the timetable as we missed them.

The Planetarium is also a fun spot to visit, and throughout the year there are various events taking place, such as the Science Festival, so check out whether there is anything special on close to your time of visiting. This is a must for any family with science loving little ones -, especially on a rainy day.

Diocletian Days In Split

Teaching kids about history is a must do, but it’s even better if they can get totally immersive with it. Every May, Split plays host to Diocletian Days. This event in Split shows children what it would have been like during Roman times, with Emperor Diocletian ‘walking through the city’ (in a carriage, of course), and creating a really atmospheric, walk back in time. Even you will feel like you’ve jumped in a time machine!

Alongside the general merriment, there will be music from the Roman period, dance exhibitions and gastronomical delights too.

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Let The Kids Roam Free

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Every town and village has some kind of wide-open space for your family to run about FOR FREE. Many of the parks & playgrounds in Croatia also have coffee shops very close by. During summer you can find cafe bars will set up , provide toys or have and swings to help ease boredom while you enjoy your brew.

Kids can also run free for a very low entry fee into many of our nature parks, like Papuk. For a few Euros, the whole family can relax in nature.

In Slavonia there are so many things for kids to do, we wrote this whole post on it. 

Get Your Teenagers Off Their Smartphone

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There are at least a dozen great windsurfing locations I can think of, including Nin, Viganj, Savudrija and in Bol on Brač Island. iPad’s down and sails up. Even if your children have never windsurfed before they can give it a go. There are some windsurfing schools along Croatia’s coast, and lots of places have equipment hire.

Photo Jeep Safari

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The baby donkey loved the jeep safari

Perfect for little legs is to hop in a jeep and head off or up high and explore. We took out then 18-month old on a photo jeep safari in Starigrad Paklenica. He (and us) had a fabulous time. If you are planning on traveling to Croatia with a baby, this activity will suit you as they provide a baby seat for the jeep or alternatively you can bring your own.

Take A Ferry Ride Or Go Sailing In Croatia

The best time to set sail in Croatia is between April and November. Navigating your way around the many islands choosing where to stop and explore makes sailing Croatia for great European family holidays. Pull-up in quiet bays for a morning swim and spend the afternoon exploring a busy village. Or visa-versa, you choose!

We’ve sailed Croatia a number of times, and wrote a Sailing Croatia holiday guide to help families choose how best to plan and enjoy a sailing vacation in Croatia.

If you’re short on time, then you can Island hop along Croatia’s long and indented coastline via ferry. Thrifty Travel Mama spoke about how her three boys loved taking ferry rides on their Croatian vacation.  Booking and planning ferries in Croatia is complicated as there are some companies, not all of which offer online bookings. Things to consider are;

  • Car ferry vs Catamaran. Not all services allow you to take your vehicle, and there are limited spaces. Book your tickets at the local office as soon as you know when you’d like to go.
  • Non-peak season timetables. Between June & September, there are dozens of lines operating, although outside of those periods you may need to find overnight accommodation on the island for your outbound connection.

Horse Club Trajbar

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Whether your have keen riders in your midst or not, the Horse Club Trajbar is a great place to take the kids. Not only can children interact with the horses, watch them in action, and ‘ooh’ and ‘ahh’ over them, but there is also a great cafe bar on site, which everyone will enjoy.

There is plenty of space for the kids to run, my two enjoyed the place for four solid hours! Oh and on the terrace means everyone can soak up the sun whilst enjoying a cold drink, or an ice cream on the hot summer days. Pets are welcome here too!

There are several resident horses at the Horse Club, including Bonnie, Elf, and Piana, and the whole vibe is totally outdoorsy and full of fresh air. By the time you get back to your hotel, the little ones are sure to be half asleep – job done!

Horse Club Trajbar is located in Zapresic, close to the border with Slovenia. The cafe bar is open every day from 9 am until 11 pm.

Zaton Adventure Park

Located in Zaton, this is a place kis will be able to run free, and run off plenty of steam. This is a great place to go if you are staying in the Zaton Camping grounds (that resort has a swimming pool complex, a beach section, several playgrounds, and an activity park dedicated to smaller children) This adventure park is just minutes from the resort.

Skip The Beach, And Hit A Water Park

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Things to do in Croatia for kids – Photo Credit Istralandia

If you’re taking a Croatia family holiday, you need to add this to the fun things to do in Croatia with kids list. Aquapark Istralandia. Located in Istria north-west Croatia, Istralandia is just 15 mins from Novigrad. Packed with over 1.2km of slides, various sized swimming pools, volleyball & badminton courts as well as an amphitheater, and five restaurants, Aquapark Istralandia is sure to make the whole family happy.

This water park is less than three years old, and being so new it’s no surprise the designers went above and beyond and created Croatia’s tallest water slide, which is a whopping 27 meters up in the air. Wowzers. Don’t tell me that the kids, and you, won’t love that.

If the tallest water slide in Croatia is too much for you, ahem, I mean the kids, check out the family rafting slide. Get cozy on one big raft and cheer with delight as a family ride all the way to the bottom. 

Ohh and it’s not the only water park in Croatia.. we have more right here. 

Prices are not cheap by Croatian standards, but given it’s the only one in the region, for now, the rates are very comparable to other water parks worldwide.

The aquapark has all of the conveniences a family needs for a stress-free day out including, lockers, ATM’s & first-aid, and for those teenagers who don’t want to been seen dead with you –  they can laze about using the parks free wi-fi.

Wondering where the youngest kiddos can safely sleep? Find the infant/toddler travel bed that works for you!

Visit A Croatian National Park

Krka or Plitvice Lakes Or Krka

You’ve made sandcastles, been swimming in the waterfalls at Krka National Park, the next item to cap off your family adventure holidays is to….. take a walk and boat ride through Plitvice Lakes National Park,  rent kayaks or climb a mountain at Mljet National Park.

Local Tip: If you have kids under 6 or children who don’t like to walk for very long then Plitvice Lakes should be avoided. It’s not designed for very small kids (though my four-year-old loved it). It’s impossible to push a pram, and you’ll need at least two hours in the park. That said, you can make a great day hiking, taking wildly astounding photos, enjoy lunch and a boat ride for anyone willing to put on the tennis shoes and get active. Here is a great travel report about  to help you plan a great Plitvice day trip.

Raft Grade 2-3 Whitewater Rapids On The Cetina River

Fun things do in Croatia with kids – Rafting on the Cetina River

After you have finished your hiking its time to check off item #2 on the family adventure holidays list. Rafting! Children over nine-years-of-age can climb into a raft with you and whitewater raft down the Cetina River, close to Omiš, 25kms south of Split.

The rafting tour in Croatia that we took came with pre-raft snacks, equipment hire, experienced guide and post rafting snacks. Lasting from 8 am to 2 pm, rafting in Croatia is the ultimate outdoor adventure for little travelers. It is safe and guaranteed to have your kids smiling from ear-to-ear.

Snorkeling In Croatia

Your kids will love snorkeling here in Croatia as the waters are so very calm. While the most interesting thing they will see are just likely to be small fish, sea cucumbers and urchins, snorkeling in Croatia makes a great place for your kids to get started and practice how to put their head underwater. 

Water Activities On The River Zrmanja

Rafting trips also take place on the River Zrmanja from Spring to Autumn. If your looking for something a little less adventurous for you Croatian vacation with kids, during the low water level periods of summer you can still enjoy the Zrmanja on a kayak or canoe. Or if you have very little children you can take boat trips that start at Starigrad Paklenica along the Zrmanja River mouth, all the way to Obrovac, and they include lunch.

Dance In The Dark

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Greeting to the sun, Zadar. Photo Credit: Leonardo Uzeda

Absorbing the sunlight during the day, the Greeting to the Sun in Zadar lights up at night. Let your kids rock out to the cool music show.

Zoom Along Croatia’s Fastest Zip Lines… Weeeeeee!

Fun things for kids to do in Croatia – Zip Line Omiš

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mr. Chasing the Donkey is a safety freak – and he not only endorses these, but he also loved a few of them so much he wants to go back and do them all again. Some have a minimum age or weight limit take part, but the good news for you is that there is no maximum age.

There are several new zip-lines which are certainly worth a visit for any family who loves adrenaline!

Omiš

Read all about the eight zip lines, costs and details in this Zip line Omiš article.

Sibenik

You can head off on your own steam or go on a guided tour into the National Park, close to the famous Skradinski Buk waterfall. Here you’ll find a 14km long zip-line, which reaches speeds of 70km/h.

There are three lines, one at 250m, 500m, and 650m in length and you get to see the impressive Cikola River Canyon right way up high.

Pazinska Jama – Pazin

Pazin is home to a thrilling zip-lining adventure which the kids will love. There are four lines, the first two are both 80m long and then move towards the larger lines, which cross over the huge canyon below. The next line reaches 200m, and you’ll reach speeds of up to 50km/h, at 100m high. The fourth line is the longest, at 280m, and the view below is stunning, including being able to spot a medieval castle.

The whole experience takes just under one hour and costs around 160HRK per person.

Krk Island

Close to the Glagolitic Trail on Krk Island, you’ll find a new zip-lining adventure which will show you stunning scenery and get your adrenaline pumping. The kids will love it! The top section of the biplane will show you the entire island, and the overall experience takes about two hours along several different zip-lines.

The day starts with a canopy tour and you also have the usual safety demonstrations. From there, there are eight lines, reaching maximum speeds of up to 80 km/h! Prices vary but usually around the 390HKN mark, with everything included.

Lika

Lika is home to the fastest and longest zip-line in Europe! The lines opened in April 2017 and there are 20 lines in total, making this a must do if you have a family of adrenaline junkies! The longest line is 1700m and reaches speeds of up to 100km/h.

You can expect to pay around 240HRK, but this is one for the zip-lining fans out there for sure. On-site there is also a cafe, golf, cycling, and climbing facilities, so you could easily make a whole day of it.

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Kuterevo’s Bear Sanctuary

This is a must do, but you’ll probably want to bring one home! In Lika, you will find the Bear Sanctuary, where volunteers work to look after some of the orphaned bears which call the forest home. It does require quite a long drive into the countryside, but the kids will love this day out.

Remember, Croatia is a natural home to around 1000 brown bears, but they are at extreme risk due to hunting and other natural issues which are occurring in our world today. This sanctuary does some fantastic work, looking after injured and orphaned bears, and you can see them for yourself, as well as learn more about them from the volunteers themselves.

Golubinjak Forest

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For those looking for where to go in Croatia to be at one with nature, one of the best places is without a doubt Golubinja Forest.

This place feels like a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of daily life, away from the tourism of major towns, and basically allows you to sit back and enjoy nature at its finest. Mother Nature did well here!

Golubinjak Forest is home to huge, unbelievable trees that seem to rise high above the cliffs surrounding them. The forest spans a whopping 51 hectares and was declared a protected area in 1955.

The main entrance into the forest is through a gorgeous, fresh meadow, and you can sit and enjoy a bite to eat here, before or after you venture into the forest. There is a children’s playground around the forest if the kids need to burn some energy, and there is also a BBQ area if you want to eat al fresco. Walkers will enjoy the many paths to follow, and you’ll pass by the famous ‘Queen of the Forest’, as well as sculptures in the rocks, and the numerous ice caves – yes, even in the summer months!

Bale

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Picturesque Bale is a small town made entirely of stone – in fact, it reminds me very much of one of the sets from Game of Thrones. Located in the southwestern part of Istria just 20km away from the city of Pula,  is where you will find one of my newest favorite Croatian towns – a town which is made up of 48% Italians and is officially bilingual.

Once in Bale, the kids will love Bale, the maze of cobblestone streets are perfect for kids to explore and the neatly restored houses are a treat to look at. Best of all, Bale is just 7km from the Adriatic Sea, so after exploring you can go for a swim.

Travel Scavenger Hunt

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Fun things for kids in Croatia – Pimp My Pump Zagreb

There are so many sites to be found across Croatia, why not make a fun game out of looking for them with the kids? One suggestion would be to find as many water pumps in Zagreb as possible. Sounds dull? No way, take a look at these pumps that have been transformed by the Pimp My Pump Zagreb crew. You may want to get involved in the Geocaching, the real-world outdoor treasure hunting game where you use your GPS device to hunt down a cache.

Another great interactive experience is Jadera Secrets in Zadar. Complete challenges together as a family as you learn about and walk through Zadar’s Old Town.

Have you been inspired? Traveling to Croatia can be fun for the entire family. Let us know your thoughts on this list of things to do in Croatia with kids?

Bonus Kids Travel Tips

Traveling with toddlers, babies, kids, and heck, even teenagers can seem daunting – but it need not be.

Despite being excited about the place you’re going, the thought of travel itself can bring on anxiety and stress. If you’re traveling with kids, there’s even more chance for stress. But, all you need to do is plan ahead so you can avoid added stress of traveling with a little one. Try a few of these

  • Always plan for safety first and foremost. Do you have a proper child seat? Is it installed correctly? Do you have a first aid kit, necessary medications, sunscreen?
  • Plan ahead and pack accordingly. Whenever possible, you should start planning and packing well in advance so you don’t feel rushed and you don’t forget anything.
  • Bring along games and toys your kids will love. For example, pack little “travel kits” with crayons and paper and other travel items to keep your toddler from getting bored.
  • Plan around your child’s sleep schedule when possible. If you will be going for a long drive, you can plan part of the drive when your children are expected to be sleeping. Less whinging is always a bonus.

More Tips On Travel To Croatia With Kids

More family travel advice can be found on our site; we aim to help you and your family get the most out traveling Europe with kids.

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Comments (43)

  1. Hi, we are traveling with 5 kids, ages 8-13. We love all of your suggestions.
    zip lining, rafting, waterfalls, dancing in the dark.
    where would you suggest we stay?

      1. Thank you! What area would you suggest to stay in and most convenient to make your home base? I’m just not sure how close everything is and traveling with 5 kids is not easy. Your website is so informative and awesome!

        1. There is no one place to make a home base to see the whole country – that is impossible. Depending on how long you have here, and what you want to see will depend on where you make a base.

  2. This is really helpful, thank you. We are thinking of coming to Croatia at the beginning of August with our 2 year old. We have 10 days but don’t want to keep traveling around. Is there a good place to stay which means we can get to the city and the lakes. Any advice appreciated! Clare

  3. Just such a brilliant source of information I don’t know where to start. Let’s just say I have visited about 50% of the stuff you have listed and your facts and information are so spot on. Croatia is such a fantastic family friendly destination its hard to cover it all but you sure have done a champion job. Hope our paths cross one day. Ljepi pozdravi Anna + Oscar

  4. Wow, so many beautiful places in Croatia, and so many cool things to do. I’am visiting Hvar this summer

    – Ida Sophie –

  5. Thanks – this is a great article! And Pimp My Pump…made me laugh out loud. Worth a detour to Zagreb just to hunt them out. Now I’m thinking that a few weeks with the kids this summer isn’t going to be long enough! Love your site btw 🙂

  6. It is bad, that I dont see any information about new aquapark aquacolors in Porec, wich was opened this year.
    I visited aquapark Aquacolors in Porec this year and everything was perfect and i was absolutelly satisfied. Attraction were pretty cool and i think that everyone can find something special for himself. If you try to find more information about location, prices etc. You can find it on their website:

    1. Bad? This article was written last year before that park opened. Glad you like it, but please don’t tell me ‘it is bad!’. Perhaps you should start your own travel blog and feel free to write all about the Aquaparks of Croatia.

  7. So much great info! Thanks for coming to our linky party #FamilyTravelParty! I can’t wait to come visit Croatia now! Xx

  8. I agree that the type of itinerary that I’d come up with versus without kids is completely different. It’s so great that you put together this list! I think my own youngsters would like a travel scavenger hunt. My teen boy would want to raft, and my girl would want to dance in the dark. (The middle kid would claim that nothing looks like fun and ask to be left in the hotel to play MInecraft. He drives me crazy.)

  9. Croatia seems like such a wonderful place to raise a family, SJ. No wonder you made this choice. There are so many fun things to do there and nature is so unbelievably beautiful. I have a grandson now and I’d like to bring him there when he grows up a little. Whitewater rafting is not exactly my cup of tea, but dancing under the stars is.

  10. Thanks for the shout out! Sorry I have been MIA. We moved out this morning! From my quick glance at your list, there are so many great ideas here, some we did and some I wish we would have had time to do!

  11. Love this list! It’s so great that there are so many varied activities and suitable for all ages and interests. We’d love to try white water rafting in Croatia or just visiting the National parks. Actually, we’d love to try all of the above! Of course, I’m inspired 🙂

  12. Haha the first thing I thought – good luck getting the teens off their smartphones 😉 But in all seriousness, there are so many fun activities for kids of all ages here! I think anything outdoors is great to keep them entertained, whether it’s a day at the beach or rafting or whatever! Croatia would be a great vacation for the whole family!

  13. Hello, on behalf of Christa, host of The Sunday Traveler, I was stopping by to check out your article ‘Family vacation ideas: Fun things for kids to do in Croatia’. Love, love, LOVE this article! Very resourceful and informative. So many things sound wonderful and like they would make for a great time for the whole family. That swimming area behind the waterfall sounds enticing. I definately must be a big kid because there isn’t one thing on this list that wouldn’t jazz me, well except for the beach volley ball depending on how hot it is outside and so perhaps I’d leave that one for the real kids. Lol

    1. I am glad this jazzed you up – that word jazz made me jazzy 🙂 And I agree no beach volleyball for me either.

  14. The first time we went to Plitvice my kids were 2 and 4 years old and they absolutely loved it. They were intrigued by the bears-stories and we went rowing ourselves in a small rowing boat (you can rent one at Kozjak lake). We walked (I m blessed with kids who like walking!) a lot indeed but they didn’t mind there was so much to see. Anyway the thing they loved most was that there were lots and lots of blue damselflies. They still have great memories of Plitvice until now…about ten years later.

    1. What great memories. Lucky you, my 2-year-old refuses to walk long. So this place is out for us for a little while.

  15. A travel scavenger hunt would be so fun! And I never miss a waterfall. I don’t have children, but these are great ideas even for solo travelers!

  16. So many of these look fun!! Swimming under a waterfall, sailing, zip-lining… it all sounds amazing.

  17. Great recs! The Pimp My Pump series looks like a lot of fun – those invented scavenger hunts will keep the little ones occupied.

  18. Well I don’t have kids, but maturity-wise, I basically am one. 😉 I can’t believe I didn’t go zip-lining when I was in Omis. Grrr, next time for sure!!

  19. I love this! Even though I don’t have kids…I still want to do most of these activities in Croatia 🙂

  20. What a great list, SJ! I have to put Krka on my list now…swimming under a waterfall sounds completely decadent!

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