Croatia Beaches, Beaches In Croatia, Photos
Croatia's main tourist attraction is, and always has been, its best beaches. Croatia beaches are beautiful! The length of Croatian land borders is 2028 kilometers and the seashore line is more than twice longer, 5835,3 kilometers, wich makes Croatia as one of the best beach vacation destinations in the world with offering a lot of everything for any beach lover. It’s the clearest, most sparkling blue you’ll find anywhere in the world. The entire coast – all its islands, coves, and beaches - seem to glow with an enchanted feel. The many fine naturist beaches in Croatia
, together with wonderfully secluded unspoilt coves, make Croatia holidays particularly popular with naturists. Many Croatia beaches are given a blue flag, an international award for quality and purity of the sea and the beach.The weather on the Croatian Coast is hot and almost tropical in the summer; with warm nights and humid air. In the winter, Croatia beaches are still accessible with a mild climate and temperatures rarely dropping below 10 degrees Celsius. Large sandy beaches are not very common, and the main ones are in Lopar on the island of Rab
, Novalja on the island of Pag
(and in some bays on the island of Pag), Privlaka and Nin near Zadar
.The majority of the beaches are pebble or shingle though there are some good sandy beaches and plenty of concrete and rocky ones. Zlatni Rat, near Bol
, on Brac Island
, is arguably the most well known of Croatia beaches.
Best Croatia Beaches & Croatia beach photos
Zlatni Rat (Brac Island)
Zlatni Rat on Brac Island is one of the five best beaches in Europe! Choice is made by British daily newspaper The Daily Telegraph. The shape of the beach shifts with the changes in tide, currents and wind, veering out into the sea 634 m long. A reliable afternoon westerly wind known as a Maestral, together with clear and somewhat cool water make the beach a destination for windsurfers. With its beauty and offer of various sports, the beach Golden Horn attracts tourists from all over the world, who like to enjoy the sun, the sea and water sports.
Zrce (Pag Island)
Zrce beach is one of well known Croatia beaches. Some people refer to it as the Ibiza of Croatia. Zrce beach is a perfect destination to choose if you are looking for a beach party. Beach is located in the north-eastern zone of Pag Island. It is surrounded by woods, through which many paths lead to the beach itself, and there is a parking lot in front of the beach area. The beach has various facilities: life-saving equipment, life-guards, first aid, facilities for the disabled, catering facilities, rental facilities, phones, recycable waste facilities, showers, source of drinking water.
Paradise beach, Lopar (Rab Island)
Paradise beach on Rab Island is one of the best beaches on the Adriatic. It is especially interesting for older people, families with children and less proficient swimmers, but equally for young people keen on sport and amusement. At the height of the season it can be difficult to find sunbathing places on this beach because together with the tourists from Lopar, more than 50% of visitors to the town of Rab also bathe here.The Lopar beach has restaurants, bars, life-guards, life-saving equipment, first-aid equipment, facilities for the disabled, rental facilities, recycable waste facilities, catering facilities, phones, etc.
Banje beach (Dubrovnik)
Banje beach is the most famous Dubrovnik beach, located just in front of the eastern entrance (Ploce Gate) to the Old City with the best view of Dubrovnik's walls. This attractive beach attracts many famous people and a large number of guests from all parts of the world.The beach is equipped with showers, cabins for changing clothes, bars and restaurants. Here you can deck chairs, beach umbrellas, scooters, pedal boats, and there is offered a great selection of fun on the water, such as banana rides, paragliding and other.
Bacvice beach (Split)
Bacvice is the most popular beach in Split, mostly sandy beach famous of "Picigin" game, a game played with a small ball in shallow water. It is urban, central city beach, situated few minutes' walk south past the railway station. The beach has lifeguards, life-saving equipment, first-aid, facilities for disabled, renting facilities, catering facilities, showers, lockers, recycable waste facilities, parking lot. Bacvice is backed by a number of restaurants, café bars and nightclubs all lined up and easy to walk to. These bars, cafes & discos are open until 5:00 in the morning.
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