Welcome to our website! We aim to provide you with a unique and unforgettable hunting experience in the Croatian wilderness.

Artemis Hunting Ltd is a sporting agency founded in London, which organizes hunting and shooting holidays in Croatia. We have over 10 years of experience in professional hunting in Croatia and only collaborate with people who are passionate about hunting and are experts in this area. Our experience and in-depth knowledge of the Croatian hunting market guarantees you an unforgettable holiday tailored to meet individual needs. We endeavor to organize multi-faceted hunting trips where you can enjoy not just the hunting, but also the socializing,

the exchange of experiences, and the food and drink. We strive to organize holidays based on individual needs and will try to meet specific requests, including additional activities such as clay pigeon shooting and paintball. Due to the small distance between mountains and the coast, our hunting holidays are also suitable for families as in some areas the beach is only 40 minutes drive away from the hunting grounds. Thus, while you hunt, your family can relax on the beach and enjoy the famous Croatian coastline.

 

The terrain in Croatia is varied, and includes extensive mountain chains, fertile lowlands and a beautiful coastline with numerous islands. This means that it is possible to hunt for different types of game, and in different regions, including the islands. The type of game one can hunt in Croatia includes wild boar, brown bear, chamois, muflon sheep, all types of European deer (including roe deer, red deer and fallow deer) and birds such as woodcock, red partridge, pheasant and quail.

Hunting anecdotes:

  • During a hunt in 2006, a group of hunters fired 67 bullets but only shot 3 wild boars!
  • One hunter managed to shoot 5 wild boars in the space of 5 minutes, and this included 2 trophies!
  • In 2005 a group of hunters managed to shoot 23 wild boars in just two days!
  • A group of Italian hunters fired over 40 bullets in 3 days without shooting any wild boars.
  • During a hunt in 2006 a wild boar was shot more than 13 times and eventually fell after running for 500 meters. When they found him, he was still alive! He weighed 185 kg and had 24 cm long tusks!
 

These hunting anecdotes tell you that it is unprofessional and unrealistic to guarantee a shoot of up to 30 wild boars per day if it's not fenced area. However, it is a fact that there are a lot of wild boars and that they aren't fenced. We offer a real hunting experience in the wilderness, and if you have a steady hand and a little bit of luck, success is guaranteed!

Artemis Hunting Ltd. will do everything it can to make your stay in Croatia as pleasant as possible, and your hunt as successful as it can be. If you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to contact us by e-mail, phone or text message. We will be more than happy to talk to you!

Tomo Svetic, Director

 

Hunting trips

Hunting trips are organized for a minimum of 2 people for high seat hunting, and a minimum of 10 people for driven boar hunting. Larger groups such as groups of 15 are preferable as they can close wider area. Hunting trips can also be organized on an individual basis if the game of interest is chamois, mouflon sheep or brown bear...

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Types of hunting

All hunting trips are organized according to the Croatian hunting season. The types of hunting in Croatia are traditional (driven game, stalking or high-seat) and often depend on the geographical location and the weather...

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Wildlife

All types of European game, including the brown bear, are found in Croatia. The game hunted on our holidays is not fenced and there are no fake trophies. A lot of money is invested into Croatian hunting grounds to ensure that the animals have peace, a natural diet and enough food and drink during droughts and harsh winters...

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Useful information

The Republic of Croatia is a democratic country governed by a parliamentary system. Tourism in Croatia has first started developing over 150 years ago, when Austrian, Hungarian and Italian aristocracy used coastal towns such as Opatija and Rovinj as their holiday destinations...

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