The Croatian National Tourist Board released official data from its eVisitor system for overnight stays and tourist numbers in July. eVisitor data show that in July, there were 4,240,596 arrivals and 26,967,981 overnight stays of foreign tourists in Croatia, as well as 356,089 arrivals and 3,557,568 overnight stays of domestic guests,
That means that the total tourist numbers in July are 4,596,685 arrivals and 30,525,549 overnight stays.
Compared to July 2018, there were 32,000 arrivals and 400,000 overnight stays less than in 2019. The number of arrivals and overnight stays of foreign guests decreased, while those figures increased among domestic tourists.
Likewise, while the Adriatic is declining in tourist arrivals, continental Croatia has seen a rise. Namely, in July there were 4,286,370 tourist arrivals on the Adriatic, which is 35,955 less than in July 2018, while continental Croatia without Zagreb has 151,841 tourist arrivals, which is a slight increase compared to last year’s figures of 145,641 arrivals in July.
Among cities, only Rovinj had more than one million overnight stays, with 1,009,572 overnight stays in July, followed by Vir, Poreč, Medulin, Dubrovnik, Umag, Novalja, Mali Lošinj, Crikvenica and Split.