Croatia–Spain relations are foreign relations between Croatia and Spain. Both countries established diplomatic relations on March 9, 1992. Croatia has an embassy in Madrid and 4 honorary consulates (in Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca, Pamplona and Seville). Spain has an embassy in Zagreb and 2 honorary consulates (in Dubrovnik and Split). The two nations enjoy largely positive relations.
Both countries are full members of the Council of Europe and NATO, and with Croatia's accession on 1 July 2013 both countries will be full members of the European Union.
Croatian officials main visits to Spain
- June 28, 1994, Mate Granić foreign minister
- July 21, 1997, Zlatko Mateša Prime Minister.
- October 10, 2000, Stjepan Mesić President of Croatia
- March 1, 2001, Tonino Picula foreign minister
- October 25, 2001, Ivica Račan Prime Minister
- June 9, 2004, Miomir Žužul foreign minister
- March 8, 2005, Stjepan Mesić President of Croatia
Spanish officials main visits to Croatia
- February 2, 1994, Javier Solana Minister of Foreign Affairs
- August 16, 1995 Javier Solana Minister of Foreign Affairs
- February 12, 1996, Carlos Westendorp Minister of Foreign Affairs
- November 11, 2000, Josep Piqué i Camps Minister of Foreign Affairs
- November 24, 2000, José María Aznar Prime Minister
- May 19, 2005, Miguel Ángel Moratinos Minister of Foreign Affairs