Croatia

Agriculture occupies less then 25% of Croatia´s land and contributes less then one-tenth to the country´s GDP.Slavonia, in northeastern part of Croatia is the most fertile agricultural region with largest farm size. The major crops of the region are: sugar beets, corn, wheat, potatoes, barley, soybeans, sunflowers and tobacco.

Pigs, cattle and poultry are important to the economy of the region as well. The central mountain part of Croatia belongs to some of the poorest land for agriculture. This is mostly suitable for sheep, goat and cattle raising and hilly pastures.

The adriatic part of the country known as Istria and Dalmatia  are home to internationally known wine and olive oil production, almonds, figs, tangerines and other mediterranean fruits and vegetables growing.

Dubrovnik together with other adriatic cities as Zadar, Split, Opatija, Pula are traditionaly highly visited. Croatian capital Zagreb is winning more and more interest between visitors in the recent years. Destination can be easily combined with Bosnia and Herzegovina (BH), Montenegro or Slovenia.

We have members arranging tours to Croatia, please contact info@atoi.org to get a contact.