Crossroads of cultures of exceptional beauty.
Croatia is a central European country that stretches from the Alps to the Adriatic coast and includes more than a thousand islands.
Its capital, Zagreb, is distinguished by its medieval upper town, its many museums and cultural sites, but also by its important economic centre.
The Adriatic coastline offers beaches, coves and islands, as well as historical and cultural sites such as the fortified coastal city of Dubrovnik, where you can see the enormous 16th-century ramparts surrounding the old centre with its Gothic and Renaissance buildings.
The national and nature parks are full of unusual wildlife: bears, chamois, mouflons, wildcats, wolves and lynxes, right up to the mongoose on the island of Mljet.
Croatia, land of holidays.
With its 1,185 islands and islets, and only 66 inhabited islands, Croatia is without doubt a holiday destination that has been confirmed for a good ten years.
There are many reasons for this and tourists who come to Croatia return for :
- The beauty of the islands,
- the crystal clear and warm sea water,
- the beautiful beaches,
- a rich history and a highly developed cultural heritage,
- A warm and dry summer and mild winter climate.
- A rather interesting cost of living for real estate, restaurants and daily shopping. They allow you to live better on the same income.
- Croatia invests to maintain and preserve its nature, parks and nature reserves.
- A rich and varied gastronomy.
- A safe country 2 hours by plane from any European city and accessible by a European motorway network.
Why invest in real estate in Croatia?
Croatian taxation is attractive, whether you invest in a primary residence or a rental property.
There is no property tax, no council tax and no inheritance tax (for children and spouses).
In the case of the purchase of an existing property, there is a property transfer tax which amounts to 3% of the sale price.
In the case of new housing, VAT of 25% must be paid. This VAT is only applicable to the construction, the land is not subject to it.
All secondary residences are subject to an annual tax which varies from 0.5 to 2 euros per m² of living space depending on the location of the property.
After 3 years capital gains are no longer taxed. Otherwise they are taxed at 25%.
A special feature of Croatia is that you can buy an island. You are then the only “master on board”! Your beach, your shoreline, your anchorage … and this at a few nautical miles from civilization!
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