Health cluster for Eastern Croatia


Pannonian Health is a health tourism cluster that was launched in 2018 to promote the town of Osijek and surrounding Eastern Croatia. It is focused on the strengthening and development of health tourism in Slavonia and Baranya, and to make Slavonia and Baranya recognised health and tourism destinations.

The cluster has 12 company members including a spa, two dental clinics, a laser surgery clinic, an eye clinic, and accommodation providers.

The cluster targets medical and health tourists in Croatia and abroad. The website profiles each member in German and English. Marketing includes the use of online, print and social media.

Target countries include Austria, Germany, Italy and the UK.  Most health travellers to the region are from either Austria or Germany.



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