A vibrant little town Bol, Brac Island
Located on the large island of Brac, Bol is a vibrant little town blessed by Croatia’s most spectacular beach. It is one of the most photogenic beaches of country and its top windsurfing spot with vast golden pebbles sandbar Zlatni Rat which attract tourists to enjoy sun, sea and sand. In summers it gets crowded with sunbathers from all over the world and offers them lot of entertaining activities like wind-surfing, jet-skiing, or riding on rubber rings to name a few. Night life at Bol is quite relaxing. Its popular hangout place is Faces Club which is a beautiful open air club where each night around 2,000 dancers gather and dance till the wee hours. If you don’t like clubbing, you can also go to nearby bars and restaurants to enjoy your food.
A hot spot Pag, Zrce
Long renowned for its delicious Pag cheese, made from sheep’s milk, Pag is now one of the country’s major hot spots. Perched in the northern Adriatic Sea, the Island of Pag is just 45 minutes from the town of Zadar has become host to a wild range of raucous beach-side bashes. It is the only place in the country where bars and clubs are granted 24-hour licenses. Staging everything from bubble parties to themed nights, there are three open-air clubs on the sandy stretch which surely keep you entertained till you want. Your long summer days end at Aquarius, a pool-side venue serving home-made ice-creams, Papaya, an exotic club handing out cocktails besides the Jacuzzi and Kalypso and beach bar which is famous for its Miss and Mister competition. You can select the venue according to your choice and preference and enjoy the kind of beach party you want.
A chic summer destination Hvar
It is a chic summer destination which is located close to Dubrovnik, which is quickly becoming country’s hot party destination. It is renowned for having some of the best bars and clubs in Croatia along the Dalmatian Coast. Its nearby places are also worth exploring. So if you are interested, leave the designed hotels and cocktail bars behind to hike or mountain bike through a rugged landscape of silvery-purple lavender fields and the hillside vineyards. You can also explore palm-fringed seafront promenade to enjoy a sea-kayaking trip to the nearby Pakleni islets, the beauty of which surely takes your breath away. You can even stay at Palmizana, an up market bohemian retreat with bungalows and villas painted in bold color decorated with beautiful Croatian art to feel relaxation.
An extremely isolated Palagruza
Rising up in the middle of Adriatic sea, roughly half way between Italy and Croatia, where you find a wild little Palagruza which offers you extreme isolation and great relaxation in its natural surroundings. Its zig- zag footpath takes you to two fine pebbled beaches namely Stara Vlaka and Veli Zal. Its shallow water is ideal for kids to enjoy their leisure time. Stay at Palagruza lighthouse and do bring your food supply because there are no deliveries here, though you can buy fresh fish from the lighthouse keeper. It is going to be your most memorable trip in isolation where you are far away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Majestically beautiful Rab
Rab is a colorful island with deep blue coastal water with lush green oak forests which surrounds it makes it a beautiful place to enjoy great parties. Rab Town is a charming jumble of medieval stone buildings which are grouped together along with four elegant Romanesque church bell towers. During the day time one can enjoy beach parties hosted at the cocktail bar on Livancia Beach and during the night head to beach club Santos which is a great place to be. There are numerous cafes where you can enjoy an early evening drink and to have an exclusive or extravagant evening move towards trendy Lounge Bar Escape which is famous for hosting numerous evening summer events that you surely enjoy.
So plan your Croatia holidays with for fun and relaxation for both night life and day activities because it soared to the top of year 2013 on Lonely Planet’s Hot spots.
Site updated on 20. April 2021