The Croatian Environment & Sustainability
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- At A Glance
Croatian central government is determined not to let tourism wreak too many changes; that the new breed of hotels and bars and clubs should blend with, rather than dominate, their surroundings. Moreover, they have adopted a policy of less is more and are heavily focused on developing the middle to upper markets, instead of aiming down market at the mass tourist market, like its neighbor Bulgaria.
There are proactive measures to maintain the internationally recognized cleanliness of Croatia's sea which will help to ensure the country has an enduring tourist presence for years to come. An important consideration for investors looking for long-term sustainable returns! By example Croatia has 117 blue flag beaches an international standard given to beaches that meet the highest expectations regarding cleanliness. This compares with Bulgaria who has 10, Montenegro 20, Morocco 10, Poland 8, Romania 7, Cyprus 52 and Great Britain which has 93!
The government, in conjunction with local authorities are resisting the temptation of over development. Not only have they restricted building from within 100m from the shore line in tourist zones but they have adopted an aggressive policy of limiting multi occupational developments, and introduced a low density to land size ratio with most areas maximum density being 30% and 15 - 20% more common place.