The Right Guide to Muslim-Friendly Croatia

 The Right Guide to Muslim-Friendly Croatia

Croatia is a country visited by many tourists who want to enjoy a relaxing and culturally rich holiday experience. Croatia is located in Southeastern Europe on the east side of the Adriatic Sea, east of Italy.

There you can feel and see the vast scenery as well as clear waters for swimming, sunbathing, and exploring, not to mention many shops and restaurants.

Croatia is home to a number of Muslim-friendly historical sites and attractions, and here you can learn about the country’s history.

Croatia is fast becoming one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe.

The country offers a vacation experience like no other with its stunning landscapes, architecture and perfect climate. When you visit Croatia which is a Muslim-friendly country, you will feel comfortable because many Muslim tourists visit.

You can visit Croatia from April to June and September to October. During those months, you can experience all the main attractions without the crowds in summer.

April and May are beautiful, because the weather is warm but not yet hot, and the flowers are in bloom. When you visit September and October are also great times for Muslim visitors, as many local festivals take place during this time.

You must provide free time, so that you can experience a comfortable journey and you feel satisfied because Croatia is a hidden gem for tourists, especially Muslim tourists.

Friends of Dream can also choose a place to stay according to the budget you have prepared, such as camping, hostels to apartments or villas.

For food, there you will find many halal restaurants serving traditional Croatian dishes.

1. City of Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and you should try walking the walls. This wall was built in the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries, and you can see the Adriatic Sea and the city’s fantastic architecture when you are above it.

There’s also the Prijeko Place Hotel set in an icy cold spot, an iconic house built in 1470. Each room is dedicated to a famous international artist, and the décor is charming. Several scenes from HBO’s Game of the Thrones have been filmed here.

2. Explore Croatia’s natural beauty

Croatia has a variety of beauty, ranging from coastlines dotted with enchanting islands, mountains and valleys. UNESCO national heritage – Plitvice Lakes National Park has cascading waterfalls and impressive blue lakes.

You must come and see the Kornati Islands, which are 147 beautiful uninhabited islands, and the beautiful Paklenica karst river gorge.

3. Delicious food

The food there has an abundance of ingredients as it has fresh produce and delicious local seafood. Due to the good weather, there are many olives and some are up to 1,600 years old.

ほとんどのレストランでは、前菜としてクロアチアのオリーブ オイルを使ったパンを提供しています。

For Muslims, there is a Croatian Islamic Community that promotes how food is processed and services in hotels and resorts.

4. Enjoy the Sea & Sand

Croatia has a warm Mediterranean climate all year round and heats up significantly during the summer. Then you can feel the pleasure of sunbathing, swimming, and various popular water sports along the beach.

5. Cruise week

You can enjoy the beautiful scenery from the cruise ship and there are guides who will guide you to hidden beaches, green and blue caves, party beaches, and more in the Adriatic Sea.

 

Later you can also go on a sailing adventure in the Adriatic Sea or in the lagoons and harbors.

6. Visit Historical Sites

In Croatia you can see Roman and Byzantine ruins, 100 million year old dinosaur footprints and 1,600 year old olive trees.

There are also well-preserved Roman temples, palaces, theaters and other buildings for tourist attractions, such as the Euphrasia Basilica.

7. Hidden beach

Croatia has very beautiful beaches, such as Stiniva Bay, which is located near a secret cave. You can feel the beauty of the beach and green and blue caves for an extraordinary experience.

Don’t forget to capture every moment by taking pictures.

8. Zagreb . Islamic Center

The Islamic Center of Zagreb is one of the largest mosques in Europe since 1987 designed by architects Dzemal Celtic and Nizra Golos. This mosque has a minaret as high as 51 meters and a madrasa.

9. Croatian Culture

You can visit and see traditional klapa singers that you will often find, don’t forget to buy Croatian embroidery souvenirs or visit the market in Zagreb.

10. Visit Croatian National Parks

There are some of the most beautiful and diverse gardens in all of Europe. From the stunning Plitvice Lakes National Park to the rocky Kornati National Park.

Don’t forget to visit Mljet National Park, where you can explore the Mediterranean jungle, swim in crystal clear waters, and visit ancient monasteries.

In Croatia there are many mosques that you can visit, such as the Central Mosque of Zagreb which is a beautiful and historical landmark. Located in the heart of the city, this mosque is the largest in Croatia and an important cultural center for the Muslim community.

There is also the Rijeka Mosque which is a mosque in Rijeka, Croatia, built between 2009 and 2013.

The mosque is one of the largest Islamic centers in Europe and can accommodate up to 1,200 worshippers. The building is designed in a traditional Islamic style, with two minarets and a large dome in the middle.

In addition to the two mosques above there is the Masjid de Gunja which is the oldest active mosque in Croatia, built in 1969. This mosque does not have a dome, but has a beautiful arched roof.

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