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1. Blue Cave

Have you ever seen a Cave  where the sunlight at noon penetrates the cave and paints it blue and the objects in the sea turn silver? Well, now you can! This cave located on the island of Biševo will truly grant you an unforgettable experience…

2. Stiniva – Vis Island

Stiniva beach is located at the southern part of the island Vis – the farthest inhabited island in Croatia. Stiniva cove is known for its unique natural beauty dominated by high cliffs that form a small sea entrance to a pebble beach with clear turquoise sea. It was voted, by tourism organisation European Best Destinations, as the most most beautiful beach in Europe. 

3. Blue Lagoon – Budikovac island

Nestled between two small islands, this enchanting archipelago is blessed with crystal clear waters, ideal for swimming, snorkeling and fun in the sun.

4. Town of Hvar – Hvar

Hvar, an ancient town with a rich history on the island with the same name. Hvar is proud that it has the most sunny hours of all the islands in the Adriatic. Many say of the town of Hvar as it is a town as from a fairy- tale because of its arhitecture, wonderful nature and its mild climate. Everbody can find in Hvar all what gives peace to the soul and relaxation to the body.

5. Paklinski islands

Pakleni Otoci – “Hell’s Islands“ are the prettiest part of Hvar’s, if not of the whole Croatian Riviera. A playful chain of woody isles  dipped in an azure sea, scattered among them are a few resorts and swimming areas, and a number of little, secluded beaches, sun-facing stone terraces, and beautiful deserted lagoons, and these make them, as someone said, “An Arcadia in grasp of the palm.”

6. Susak Island

The island of Susak is an ideal destination for anyone looking to spend some time in peace and solitude. This tiny island offers much more than it seems. From its perfect sandy beaches, to its grassy interior ideal for taking long walks. And all that in just 3.8 square kilometers!