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Croatia is a country in central and southeastern Europe, at the crossroads of the Pannonian Plain, the Balkans, and the Adriatic Sea. The country is famous for its many national parks. Croatia has a mixture of climates. In the north and east it is continental, Mediterranean along the coast and a semi-highland and highland climate in the south-central region. Insular Croatia consists of over one thousand islands varying in size. The largest islands in Croatia are Cres and Krk which are located in the Adriatic Sea. It is an ecologically clean country, an amazingly beautiful fairytale of the Adriatic, the spirit of antiquity and majesty of nature with emerald forests and crystal clarity of the sea on some of the best beaches of Europe.
 
 

Best beaches of Croatia

Brac island

Dubrovnik

Hvar island

Krk beach

Brac island beach

Dubrovnik beach

Hvar island beach

Krk beach

Opatija beach

Porec beach

Pula beach

Split

Opatija beach

Porec beach

Pula beach

Split beach

 

 
Krk is one of the most beautiful among the islands of Croatia. The city of Krk has some nice beaches of sand and pebble. Malinska, the town on the west coast of the island is well located in the bay, which protects the beaches from the wind. Krk has all kinds of beaches possible to find in Croatia, from typical terraces to pebble beaches as well as rocks and cliffs. These beaches are near to the city of Krk and offer a minimum of services ( showers, refreshment booths, toilets, rent a boat and diving centers.
Opatija is one of the most famous and fashionable resorts in Croatia. Kings and famous people have been here on the local beaches. Due to the fact that the beach resort is situated at the foot of Ucka mountain, it is perfectly protected from the winds. Located not far from Opatija, Lovran is considered a quiet family vacation spot.
 
Istria
The most popular resorts in Istria are Pula and Porec. Pula is the largest city of Istria, which has a rich historical background. Pula has monuments of ancient Roman architecture and wonderful beaches. Porec is Croatia's largest tourist center, located in the center of the lagoon.
 
Dalmatia
Vodice is a cultural Center of Northern Dalmatia. Primosten is an ancient town, situated on a peninsula jutting out into the sea famous for its beautiful pebble beaches and magnificent pine forests.
 
The island of Brac is one of the largest islands in the Adriatic with the choice of cozy coves with great pebble beaches.
Hvar Island is the sunniest island of Croatia with a very mild climate, lots of nice medieval villages, amazing beach coves, and fragrant lavender growing on the hills. Southern coast of the island is full with perfect little pebbly bays. It is a favorite destination for many swimmers and sunbathers from Hvar town. The beaches can be reached by the road from Hvar or you can take the boat service regularly operating during Summer from Hvar's harbor. Obviously those beaches closer to Hvar town (Milna, Dubovica) are more popular, and those a bit further - like Zavala and Sveta Nedjelja - are more peaceful and relaxed.
 
Dubrovnik is also one of the most famous resorts in Croatia, a true paradise on earth with many museums, theaters and the purest sea across the Adriatic. The beaches in Dubrovnik are have the real Mediterranean feeling about them, the sun and the sea are not the only attractions here. There are plenty of bars, restaurants, swimming pools, tennis courts. The popular beaches of this area are Copacabana beach, Banje and Lapad bay .

Split, situated not far from Dubrovnik is a popular resort, tours in Split are very popular, thanks not only to resort attraction of this place, but a host of world-famous attractions. The most popular beach in Split is Bacvice.
 
 
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