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Apartments for sale in Croatia

Apartments for sale in Croatia. New home – Medulin, Istria County, Croatia
165,000 €
Total area: 84 m²2 separate bathrooms
Apartments for sale in Croatia. Apartment – Porec, Istria County, Croatia
206,000 €
Total area: 75 m²1 separate bathroom
Apartments for sale in Croatia. New home – Peroj, Istria County, Croatia
169,000 €
Total area: 87 m²1 separate bathroom
Apartments for sale in Croatia. New home – Fažana, Istria County, Croatia
281,000 €
Total area: 128 m²2 separate bathrooms
Apartments for sale in Croatia. Apartment in Rijeka
165,000 €
Total area: 60 m²
Apartments for sale in Croatia. Elegant apartment in Volosko
240,000 €
Total area: 92 m²
Apartments for sale in Croatia. Apartment in Icici
170,000 €
Total area: 68 m²2 bedrooms
Apartments for sale in Croatia. Apartment in Ičići
210,000 €
Total area: 109 m²3 bedrooms
Apartments for sale in Croatia. New housing estate in Umag
155,000 €
Total area: 70 m²
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Apartments in Croatia. Croatian flat prices

Apartments in Croatia that sell for €100,000–250,000 are the most sought after by overseas property buyers and 5- or 6-bedroom sea-view flats in Croatia start at €400,000 for 150 sq. m.

Smaller pre-owned Croatian apartments in Istria sell from €80,000 to €100,000 for 40–60 sq. m. and the average buying price of real estate is €1,400–2,000/sq. m. In lesser-known towns like Liznyan, the square meter sells for €1,100 while popular resorts, such as Poreč and Rovinj, offer more expensive properties priced at €2,000/sq. m. and more.

The most expensive flats for sale in Croatia are found in the south. For example, in Opatija the starting price for an apartment is €2,000–2,500/sq. m.

Dubrovnik is one of the most popular resort towns in Dalmatia with a wide selection of prime properties that cost 30-40% more on average than the rest of Dalmatia. Here, apartments sell for €3,000/sq. m. and more. Flats in luxury complexes are also sought after in Croatia.

The tourist industry is rapidly developing in the country making it worthwhile to buy and let. The number of leased apartments went up by 24.5% in 2014.

Natalya Latikova
Natalya Latikova
Real Estate Expert Tranio in Croatia
+44 20 3608 1267
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