¿Did you know that Croatia has more than 1200 islands and islets?

The Adriatic Sea and its coastline borders Croatia, and with more than 6,200 kilometers in length, there are more than 1,200 islands, islets and rocks of which only 50 are inhabited.

It is the perfect place for sailing, especially in late spring and early autumn, when the sea is usually calm, the temperature is pleasant and the winds are not strong.

You can go from island to island and enjoy underwater fishing, hidden beaches, magnificent sunsets and a rich cuisine. Many islands can be reached by ferry; others can only be reached by private boats.

Here are some of them:

  • Korčula, with its imposing walls, it is the birthplace of Marco Polo.
  • The beach of Zlatni Rat, on the island of Brač, where you can practice water sports.
  • The heart-shaped islet Galešnjak.
  • Vrgada, a fishing island where there are no cars.
  • The lighthouse on the island of Palagruža.
  • The port of Polače on the island of Mljet.
  • Šipanska Luka with its great gastronomic offer.
  • The island of Vis with its Franciscan convent, is also a paradise for divers.
  • The blue cave on the island of Biševo.
  • Lošinj, the island of vitality.
  • The island of Hvar to enjoy good wines and lavender fields.
  • The beautiful cove of Lojena, on the island of Levrnaka.
  • Underwater fishing in Pakleni Otoci.
  • The Šunj cove on the island of Lopud.

Enjoy them!

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