Beaches in Croatia

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.

Zlatni Rat