Property prices in Croatia
Property in Dalmatia is in highest demand despite the government’s strict restrictions on construction aimed at preserving its surrounding nature. This area is great for yachting and it’s half the price to rent a boat there than, let’s say, southern France.
Dubrovnik is the most popular resort in Dalmatia. Bernard Shaw once described it as “Paradise on Earth” with “a cocktail of sun, scenery and culture”. It’s renowned for its many museums, theatres and architectural monuments. A house with a garden in the Dubrovnik area costs about €350,000.
Split is the cultural, business and transportation hub of Dalmatia. While it has many landmarks, Diocletian's Palace remains the most famous. A new house of 150 sq.m or more in Split starts at €300,000.
Premium resort Bol, on the island of Brač, is known for the picturesque beach of Zlatni Rat or Golden Cape. According to The Telegraph, it’s one of Europe's most spectacular beaches. Exclusive villas on Bol cost more than €1M.
Istria peninsula is home to many golf courses. The port towns of Poreč, Rovinj, Pula and Rabac have excellent beaches and ancient architecture. A two-bedroom apartment in Pula can be purchased for about €70,000.
Zagreb, Croatia's capital city, is located far from the sea, so it is not so popular among foreign property buyers. However, the high internal demand drives property prices here higher than in most other Croatian cities and towns, selling for about €1,825/sq.m.
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