What is the average price of renting an apartment in Croatia?

first_imgThe largest offer of apartments is in Crikvenica, Rab and Pula. The average price of an apartment in Crikvenica in the season is 66 euros, while on Rab it is 65 euros per day. In Pula, you will have to pay an average of 75 euros for a day of rent, while in Rijeka the rent is cheaper by about 10 euros. According to the data at their disposal, the average price of renting a tourist apartment out of season is on average 46 euros, which is 31 percent cheaper than in season. South Dalmatia There are currently more than 150 ads for rent in Njuškalo in this region. Prices range from 60 to more than 150 euros. Along with Dubrovnik, where the average daily rental price of apartments in the season is 77 euros at the level of the entire city, most apartments are offered in Orebic and Korcula. The average daily rental price of an apartment in Orebic is 67 euros, while on Korcula it is 54 euros. Portal Njuškalo.hr in accordance with the ads on their platform, ie on the basis of more than 6 thousand holiday facilities on the coast and inland, they made an overview of domestic holiday destinations and received a calculation of the average rental price of apartments. There are several types of tourist accommodation, most of which are apartments, but you can also find whole houses and rooms. Prices range from around 20 euros to as much as 500 euros per day of rental. Most apartments from this region are offered in Vodice, Zadar, Vir and Biograd na Moru. The average price of renting an apartment in Zadar in the season is 64 euros per day, while in Biograd na Moru it is 65 euros. The average daily rental price of apartments in Vir in the season is 57 euros, while in Vodice it is 5 euros higher, or 62 euros. Makarska Riviera / Photo: Sandro Music / FB Central Dalmatia In this region, apartments can be found for about 40 euros per day, but the average price is 73 euros. Most apartments are offered in Split, Makarska and Omis. Although an overnight stay can be found for around one euro, the average daily rental price of a tourist apartment in Split in the season is 86 euros, which is about 3 euros more than in Makarska. In Omis, the average daily rental price of a tourist apartment is 77 euros. Finally, one interesting thing. As they point out from Njuškalo, there are more and more foreign visitors in this category, and most of them are from Germany, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Austria. Source: Njuškalo.hr The category Tourism is growing month by month, so in June it had as much as 70 percent more visits than in the previous month, but also 6 percent more than in June last year, they point out from Njuškalo, which is not surprising since it is our peak tourist season at the door. More than 2.700 accommodation facilities in Northern Dalmatia are currently available on Njuškalo. Apartments in this region record the best prices in the season, if we compare them with other coastal regions. Source: Njuškalo.hr middle Dalmatia Source: Njuškalo.hr Despite the above, in many places in this region you can rent an apartment for as little as thirty euros per day. In Pag, the average daily price of renting an apartment in the season is 60 euros, while in nearby Novalja, known primarily for the beach Zrce, the price is about 30 percent higher and amounts to 78 euros. Some of the more favorable places for holidays in Northern Dalmatia are Tribunj, Pirovac and Vrsi, where the average daily rental prices of apartments range from 50 to 55 euros. When looking at the regions, the highest prices for renting a tourist apartment are in Central Dalmatia, where the average price is 79 euros per day. Rental prices, on an annual basis, grew in all coastal regions, from 2 to 8 percent. Istria, Kvarner and Primorje  According to NJuškalo.hr, the average daily rental price of a tourist apartment in Croatia (on Njuškalo) in the season is 67 euros, which is 4 euros more than last year Northern Dalmatia The largest offer of private tourist accommodation is in Northern Dalmatia, Kvarner and Primorje Source: Njuškalo.hrlast_img

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