It’s great to know if where you are going caters for children as that can really help you to know where might be more suitable! We’ve put together the Croatia child friendly villas that we feel have the most child friendly aspects or which have child friendly elements. We have based our selection of child friendly villas on our experience of visiting them, their facilities, and other amenities nearby. Please note, this section does not guarantee these villas are completely safe or child friendly but suggests villas that have child friendly elements. Children should be supervised at all times. Check out the best Croatia family villas to rent around Split.
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Croatia Child Friendly Villas
Croatia is one of the most popular destinations in the world right now and so child friendly villas in Croatia are in demand! Croatia villas don’t tend to be built specifically with children in mind but Croatia is very child focused. As a result, there are a selection of good villas for children up and down the coast. Many properties do have some child activities on the premises or at least nearby. Although pools don’t generally tend to be fenced or gated, and supervision of children is key at all times, If you would like to ask more details about how child friendly villas are or have questions about specific villas we will do our best to help give you the guidance or information you need. Do call us to book or reserve any properties that you like though as it is very busy. Most properties start booking up to a year in advance so they book up fast. If you’d like us to hold a villa or apartment for you, just let us know – we can reserve them for 48 hours for you while you look at flights and organise your group.
The villas in this section may have play grounds at the house or very nearby. They may have children rooms – rooms with separated beds, bunk beds, cots, and possibly have some children’s furniture, toys, etc. Some of houses have sports grounds for mini football, badminton, table tennis, trampoline, swings, see-saws, sandboxes, etc. Many of them have grassy areas in the garden where children can play. Many of them have a pool which has a graduated bottom so there is a shallow end. And many of them have fences around the property.