Dog-friendly holidays in our holiday rentals in Croatia – Dalmatia
Our NOVASOL villas in Croatia, Dalmatia are the ideal place for your holiday together with your dog. We are convinced to have the right property for you as there are so many great dog-friendly holiday rentals to choose from. It is good to know that the offer of dog-friendly properties is generally higher during low season, when the temperatures in Dalmatia are also more convenient for your dog compared to high season.
Dog beaches in Dalmatia
Are you an animal lover, the proud owner of a dog and never want to be separated from your close companion? Why not bring your dog to one of our holiday homes in Croatia, Dalmatia? Have a look at our dog-friendly Croatia holiday villas and find out which of our properties fits best your needs. In general, there exists an unwritten rule that dogs are allowed on all Dalmatian beaches that are rarely frequented. There are so many silent beaches and hidden bays in Dalmatia, so why not discover those who are close to your dog-friendly holiday home and do some swimming together with your dog? It is so much fun to spend a day on the beach together with your dog!
Dog-friendly national parks in Dalmatia
There are many national and natural parks in Dalmatia that are close to our Croatia holiday homes, where you can go for a walk together with your dog. Sometimes, dogs are not allowed due to wildlife protection reasons, so don’t forget to look this up on the national parks’ websites when planning your excursion. In most cases, dogs have to be kept on a leash while spending time in the national parks. Why not do some research to find out if one or more of the parks mentioned below are close to your Croatia holiday apartments in Dalmatia?
Dog regulations in Dalmatia
Don’t forget to prepare your dog holiday by looking up all relevant regulations. You will find the same regulations in Croatia as anywhere else in the EU, so make sure you bring a valid pet passport and be aware that your dog has to wear a chip at all times. Whenever you want to do some sightseeing or go for a walk together with your dog, your companion should be kept on a leash at all times. It is also a top priority to keep an eye on passing persons, especially if your dog is well-trained so that you can allow him a free run from time to time.