Real estate in Croatia. Croatia property prices
Croatia lures foreign property investors with its magnificent views, crystalline waters, decent healthcare system, tourist and transport infrastructure. Buying prices of property for sale in Croatia average on €100,000–150,000 for a two-bedroom apartment and start from €350,000–500,000 for a house overlooking the sea.
Istria is the westernmost region of the country, famous for resorts like Opatija, Rovinj, Poreč and Pula. A villa in Opatija costs €400,000 or more while buying prices of property in Croatia around Pula and Rovinj start from just €90,000–100,000. Land for construction and development, located 50 metres away from the sea, sell for €350,000–500,000 and up to millions of euros.
Primorsko-goranska županija is south of Istria. Rijeka is the main town and the largest Croatian port, providing access to islands in Kvarner Bay: Krk, Cres and Rab. Apartments on Krk sell for €100,000 and more. €400,000–900,000 can buy a villa with a private swimming pool.
Central and northern Croatian real estateis located in the historic area of Dalmatia. Real estate in Croatia can be bought here for €70,000 up to €2,000,000–2,500,000.
Northern Dalmatia is famous for marvelous fine pebble beaches and pines descending to the sealine. Split is a 1,700-year old city that is one of the oldest settlements in the region and stretches along the whole of Adriatic coast. Average prices per square meter selling in Split are about €2,000–2,500. Foreign buyers also look for real estate for sale along the Makarska Riviera and the islands of Brac, Hvar and Vis. Apartments on these islands sell for €2,000/sq. m. and more.
Southern Dalmatia has the country's most expensive city: Dubrovnik. Here there is a wide selection of prime city and suburban real estate. Four- and five-bedroom villas with land overlooking the sea have prices starting from €2,500,000. Apartments in the old town cost €3,000–10,000/sq. m.