The Aminess hotels, campsites, apartments and villas are situated in the most attractive tourist spots along the Adriatic coast. Round up your work experience at Aminess and find out all they have to offer!


Stroll along the time-worn streets of Novigrad and experience all of its charm, learn more about the local history and cultural heritage, or go cycling along the countless nearby tracks, soaking in the wonderful views.

Njivice, the island of Krk

Discover the wonders of the island of Krk, enjoy the wonderful beaches and the crystal clear sea in Njivice. Explore the area on foot or on a bike, or visit the nearby town of Krk and uncover its rich history. Make sure to try the traditional cuisine!


If you ask travellers what attracts them to Crikvenica, they will mention the clean and beautiful sea, traffic accessibility and a healthy climate that benefits the respiratory system. The Crikvenica Riviera attracts with its sunny beaches, cultural heritage, activities, but it will offer you much more than that. Explore this historic tourist destination..

Novi Vinodolski

Novi Vinodolski is one of the towns with the longest tourism tradition on the Adriatic coast, and it has been welcoming guests since 1878. Just like in those times, the town still attracts visitors thanks to its timeless values: historical charm, beautiful promenade, and wonderful people.

The island of Pag

The glorious island of Pag lies against the magnificent backdrop of the Velebit mountain range, and it is home to the Aminess Avalona Camping resort, our newest campsite with the finest amenities. Explore the beautiful scenery around one of Croatia’s most beloved islands, get to know its rich gastronomy, and popular spots to have the best time.


The Biokovo mountain range on one side, crystal clear blue sea on the other, and Aminess’ first five-star hotel, the Khalani Hotel, in the middle. Makarska is the perfect choice for anyone who wishes to work in an exquisitely decorated hotel located in the wonderful and sunny Mediterranean landscape.

Orebić, Pelješac peninsula

Get to know the enchanting pristine nature of Pelješac and explore Orebić, the town of sailors and captains. Climb the Sv. Ilija peak and enjoy the breathtaking views of the peninsula, its vineyards and olive groves, as well as the distant Korčula. Surf in the Pelješac channel or simply relax on one of the gorgeous beaches.


Stay at one of Croatia’s largest islands, Korčula, and discover its wonderful scenery and rich cultural and historical heritage. In your free time, stroll through the old streets of Korčula’s old town centre, where time seems to have stopped.