Exploring the best of Croatia Islands
Explore six of the best
island destinations in Croatia
The coast of Croatia boasts of numerous islands ranging from
sporting ancient, arid, and massive to unpopulated, verdant and tiny villages, and towns. One of the main delights
that you will experience when you visit Croatia is a personal sailing boat or, if you are blessed, a chance to hop
between the islands on the many taxi boats, catamarans and ferries.
If you want to take a cruise during your upcoming holiday,
the following are some of the best Croatia islands that you should explore.
|The main hub on Hvar island is Hvar town, one of the most often visited places in
during the summer period, and a holiday destination in its own right.
The island of Hvar is
Croatia's sunniest place (it has 2724 sunny hours every year) and most luxurious island, and hence, most
superlatives in this country and consider it their top carrier. This island is also famous for its aromatic herbs
like heather and rosemary as well as the lavender fields and verdancy that it has. Hvar boasts of a gorgeous hub
(also named Hvar) that enables it to attract more tourists as compared to any other Adriatic. The other two
towns of this island namely, Jelsa and Stari Grad have more discerning charms and are quieter. Hence, they are good
alternatives for you.
|Sailing around Croatian islands is one of the most sought-after and enjoyable
holiday activities for many visitors.
Rab is nestled between the Pag and Krk islands, and hence, it
is one of the most enticing in Croatia. The northeast part of this island is a windswept region that has a barren
look, high cliffs and few settlements while it’s more densely populated southwest boasts of coves, beaches and pine
forests. In the interior of Rab you will find fertile land that mountains protect from cold winds to allow people
to cultivate vegetables, grapes, and olives. Lagoons and coves that stretch to the strikingly beautiful Suha Punta
resort and Kalifront cape fringe the northwest peninsula that emerges from Supetarska Draga, while the Lopar
Peninsula that boasts of sandy beaches has taken over the northeast of this island.
Cres is undeveloped, hardly populated, and long. This
island is perfect for you if you want to swim in hidden coves, wander around primeval forests, admire Venetian
mansions, visit ageing hilltop towns and sample some of the most delicious lamb of Croatia because it is
A distinct island atmosphere permeates many Croatian islands, which lends itself to a great
This is a mysterious island that is not on the trodden path
and has remained off limits to visitors from other countries for approximately forty years. You should explore it
because it has one of the few real eco-holiday options of Croatia and three small fishing
Brač is the biggest
of the beautiful Adriatic islands and it sports the most famous beach in Croatia, namely Zlatni Rat. This
lasciviously alluring beach is in the beautiful town of Bol. You should sunbathe and windsurf in this island, and
remember to explore its gorgeous interior.
You should visit Croatia so that you can explore 147 mostly
uninhabited reefs and islands that are dotted with tufts of beautiful evergreen forest, and carved with cliffs,
caves, and cracks. If you love solitude and limpid waters as well as stark and unspoilt nature, the Kornati
National Park is definitely a delight for you.
The islands make Croatia an ideal holiday destination for you
and your family. Hence, you should pack your bags and head there as soon as possible so that you can explore
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