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Croatia’s Beautiful Beaches

Monday, April 29, 2013
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Croatia’s Adriatic Sea coast contains more than a thousand islands, it will take us a lifetime to list and upload a whole lot of beautiful images. Unfortunately, space is limited, and we have chosen 7 of our top for this month.

Here are the ones that made our list…Croatia’s Beautiful Beaches

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Krk Island 

The largest island in the Adriatic sea, located in the Bay of Kvarner. It is the most populous Croatian island and is a popular tourist destination, thanks to its proximity to west and central Europe, and it is well connected with both a bridge to the mainland and Rijeka International Airport. Beautiful sandy or pebbly beaches and water slides for kids and wine for the parents. Baska is located on Krk’s southern shore and abounds in beaches. Some thirty pebbled beaches accessible to swimmers of all ages, while some of them have to be reached on foot or by boat. Still, the biggest and one of the most beautiful is Baska’s Vela Plaza, the Great Beach, right in the center of town, surrounded by bars, restaurants, pizzerias, cafes, hotels, private flats and other things all of which are an integral part of the place’s attractions.

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Rabac Beach Rabac offers a wide variety of sport activities, boat excursions and other recreational facilities. The town also has a fine gastronomic offer, beautiful beaches and is a destination of choice for families. Rabac, known as the “pearl of Kvarner” because of beautiful crystal clear sea and white pebble beaches. Easy access, beautiful beaches and clear sea make Rabac one of the best holiday resorts for families, but lots of sport and entertainment facilities, including popular summer music festivals, our most favorite! Rabac is blessed with string of pebbly beaches, tiny coves, small bays, crystal-clear sea water and lush Mediterranean vegetation north and south of the town. Four of Rabac’s beaches have been awarded with the Blue Flag award.

an der Seepromenade von Rabac in IstrienRabOn the island of Rab there are several small towns and villages scattered over the island. One of them bears the same name as the island. City of Rab is mostly known for its four church bell towers which became the symbol of the town and island, and the town patron is St. Christopher.
Clean and clear sea, beautiful nature, and the hospitality of Rab inhabitants are known attributes of Rab which will make your stay here special. Rab is an island of contrasts. On the north coast of the island, resembling a stone wall, stretches the barren hill Kamenjak, which protects the south of the island from strong winds from the continent. The south is rich in Mediterranean vegetation and beautiful sandy and rocky beaches. Everyone can find a place for themselves on island of Rab. of sand, shallow, crystal clear and warm sea water (up to 28°C in the Summer months), the greenest pine forest which offers protection and shade are surely just some of the reasons why numerous guests are attracted. Due to the shallow sea level, the beach is perfect for inferior swimmers, children and elderly people.

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Novalja – The main tourist resort on the island of Pag. Best place for foodies. It is connected to the mainland by ferry and Pag bridge to the south. Novalja and its wider area has beautiful natural sand or gravel beaches and crystal clear sea. The beaches are located near hotels, apartments and camps. Best known beach is Zrce that in summer becomes the center of nightlife in this part of Europe. The beach is known as the party beach of Croatia. There are three beach clubs, Aquarius, Kalypso and Papaya, which are open around the clock during summer. Not far from Novalja is another attraction: Pag Triangle – triangular footprint in stone some associate with the appearance of UFOs.

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Brač – An island in the Adriatic Sea, it is the third largest island in the Adriatic, and thus the largest in Dalmatia. Zlatni Rat, a shape shifting beach, is one of the largest and most beautiful natural attractions of the Adriatic sea.  The island is located between Split and island of Hvar. Today Brač is a famous touristic island. It is Croatia’s most spectacular is the vast, golden shingle sandbar, almost 580 yards long, known as the Golden Horn. It juts out into the water at Bol on the island of Brac, the large island opposite Makarska. Have fun on the famous beach Zlatni rat, known for the fact that it changes its form due to the change of currents and waves, feel the summer joy and spend your holidays on one of the most attractive islands of Dalmatia. Nearby lie town of Split, Hvar and Korčula which are easily accessible for one day trips.

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Hvar Playful islands in a clear, azure sea, several beaches, and many hidden bays. one of the sunniest islands in the Mediterranean, has become one of the top island destinations in the world. Hvar belongs to the central island group of the Adriatic, located between Brac and Korcula. Hvar is known for its fields of lavender which is traditionally grown on the island, as well as its rich vineyards and excellent wine. Hvar is one of the most hyped and beautiful of all the Croatian islands and has been a favorite getaway ever since the Romans.

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2 comments

  1. Cät-Ramsey says:

    Phenomenal !!!

  2. jessy says:

    sigh *quits job and buys a one way ticket*

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