Split-Dalmatia County Joins the ‘Safe Stay in Croatia’ Project

Daniela Rogulj

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“The Split-Dalmatia County Tourist Board supports and is involved in the ‘Safe Stay in Croatia’ project of the Ministry of Tourism and Sports and the Croatian Tourist Board. It is in the interest of the entire tourism sector and all stakeholders in tourism in Split-Dalmatia County to respect high epidemiological standards, as in the previous tourist season, and thus acquire the Safe Stay in Croatia label. In this way, we will regain and justify the trust of travelers and guests in their safe stay, which is crucial in tourism in 2021,” says Joško Stella, director of the Split-Dalmatia County Tourist Board, inviting all interested in joining the action and ensuring a safe stay in Croatia for their guests.

As is well known, the ‘Safe Stay in Croatia’ label comes with prescribed protocols that ensure that the national label is awarded to tourism stakeholders who are willing to comply with high standards of epidemiological safety in their business premises and facilities.

The Safe Stay in Croatia label is awarded free of charge to stakeholders from the Croatian tourism sector who can register via the website www.safestayincroatia.hr.

The Croatian National Tourist Board announced the application procedure for receiving the Safe stay in Croatia safety label:

On the home page, click the “Login” button.
– A form will open in which it is necessary to fill in all the offered fields for the application to be valid

– From the drop-down menu, select the category and subcategory of business, and in the column entitled “Name of the service provider,” enter the name of the entity / legal entity
• Then, in the column entitled “Name of the object of application,” enter the name under which the subject wants to be displayed in the search engine, or the name by which the subject is recognizable to the public (name of the hotel, restaurant, camp, attractions, etc.)
– After completing the above, and before selecting the button entitled “Submit your application,” it is mandatory to confirm consent to monitor the implementation of all protocols and that the entity is familiar with all elements of privacy
– If the subject has filled in all the fields correctly, a thank you message will be displayed on the screen. After that, the Safe Stay in Croatia team will review the application and inform the user about the application’s success via the registered e-mail and will include them in the list of label holders. The name of the facility/service provider will be visible on the website.

For all other details and inquiries, the e-mail address [email protected] has been created.

The Safe Stay in Croatia has been designed in addition to the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) label Safe Travels, which should help the perception of Croatia as a safe and desirable destination. This label guarantees a high level of health safety for all guests. It can be obtained by everyone in the chain of service activities from gas stations to airports and ferries and hotels, marinas, private apartments, museums, galleries, and more.

“That is why we invite all those interested in obtaining such a label to contact us via the website www.safestayincroatia.hr. You can search everyone who holds the Safe Stay in Croatia label, but also find information on health and safety protocols in seven basic categories, and find information on how to act in case COVID-19 is suspected,” concludes Joško Stella to tourist and service employees of Split-Dalmatia County.

You can read more about the Stay Safe in Croatia label HERE.

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