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Houses for Sale in Croatia

Houses in Croatia have never been so easy to find – at Sunshine Estates, we specialise in the ‘sunshine’ provinces of Porec, Istria (Istra), Bol, Brac, Pula, Pag, Zagreb, Dubrovnik and the Dalmatia Islands.

The aim of Sunshine Estates is to aid prospective buyers to easily find and receive information on a variety of properties across borders. We have identified a reliable network of real estate sales experts waiting to help you find the finest properties.

Queries and appointments to visit are obtained directly with our listed Estate Agents via e-mail. We offer all types of homes including: apartments, commercial premises, country homes, farms, land and villas.

Dubrovnik,, this region enjoys the rugged beauty of the Dalmatian coast, dotted with a string of delightful offshore islands. The city of Dubrovnik has been described as a “cocktail of sun, scenery and culture.” Sophisticated jazz clubs can be spotted among the souvenir shops and cheap pizzeria type restaurants. With warm, dry summers, many beach lovers simply head for the city beaches.

Split, the second largest city in the Republic, possesses the contrast of a modern harbour and crumbling old town built within the precincts of Diocletian’s Palace, one of the most outstanding classical remains in Europe.

Dalamtian Islands, consist of over 1,000 islands situated in the Adriatic off the western coast of Croatia. Most of the Islands remain untouched and can only be reached by domestic flights of ferry/superfoil from Split. The main islands for investment are Brac, Hvar and Vis with healthy tourism.

Istria, as the westernmost County of the Republic, Istria is the largest peninsula on the Adriatic. It borders Slovenia and has a maritime border with Italy. This peninsula is one the most popular destinations for tourisms and provides a multitude of stunning sandy beaches. Resorts include Porec which is frequently nominated as the top resort by the National Tourist Office.

Kvarner & Highlands, this region is the perfect destination for those who like fashionable seaside resorts such as the Opatija Riviera with its 150 years old tourist tradition. Kvarner also enjoys a myriad of scattered and isolated beach islands including Krk, Cres, Losinj, Pag, and Rab.

Middle Dalmatia, tourism in this region with its wonderful riviera is well developed. There is FKK on the island of Smokvica, camping Kosirina with FKK beaches and theVala Bay on the island of Murter. Middle Dalmatia, is also famous for its astonishing waterfalls and is the location of the Republic’slargest national park.

Zagreb has served as the cultural and political focus of the nation since the Middle Ages. Zagreb grew rapidly in the 19th century, and the vast majority of its buildings are preserved from the times of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Zagreb is the a busy, confident capital offering excellent museums and a vibrant nightlife.

After years of war, the country is just beginning the process of rebuilding not only homes for the thousands who were displaced by the conflict, but industries, businesses, and civic buildings as well. As of the mid-1990s, nearly 800,000 displaced persons and refugees from Bosnia and occupied Croat territories were in Croatia, of which approximately 640,000 have found temporary housing with families in Croatia. By 1997, thousands of refugees (mostly from Eastern Slavonia) still remained housed in coastal hotels.

According to the 2001 census, there were about 1,660,649 dwellings for permanent residence throughout the country. Most dwellings had between two to four rooms. About 70,817 dwellings had been built since 1996. There were about 1,455,116 households representing 4,272,590 people. Most households had between two to four members.

As of 2001, the government has implemented a Welfare Supported Housing Construction Program to assist low-income families unable to purchase apartments.

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