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Beaches in Croatia

Most of the visitors who come in Croatia visit at least some of Croatia’s beaches. Most of the Croatian beaches are not sandy, but gravel, pebble or rocky.

Most popular Croatian beaches:

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    Beaches in vicinity of Zadar

    The Zadar region is characterized by a multitude of small coves, islets, islands with beautiful gravel, sand, stone and natural beaches. The Zadar Archipelago has many small and large islands, each of which is unique. The variety and diversity of the coastline in this area allow every tourist to find their …
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  • Sandy Beaches of Kvarner

    The biggest value of the Kvarner are the beaches, preserved environment and clean waters. The most beautiful beaches are marked by Blue Flags, symbols of a preserved, safe and pleasant environment designed for fun, relaxation and recreation, high-quality service, clean sea, beaches and marinas. Rajska (Paradise) Beach and Beach Livacina in …
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  • Sandy Beaches in Istria

    Some of the most beautiful beaches in Istria and Croatia are located on the Medulin Riviera. It is not just the beauty of Medulin beaches that enchants but also their diversity. Featuring on Istria’s 80 kilometres of coastline, are sandy, pebble and rocky beaches, bare rocks with no shelter from …
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  • The Purity and Beauty of Croatian Beaches

    Due to the beautiful beaches and clear waters, the Croatian coast has attracted more and more visitors looking for fun, rest and recreation. It has been recognized by the world’s magazines, which continually and increasingly place it on their lists of the best summer destinations. A number of world-renowned magazines included …
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  • Sunbathing and swimming along the coast of Adriatic Sea

    Swimming and sunbathing along Croatian Adriatic coast is a very popular summertime activity indulged by locals and visitors alike. Croatia has numerous smaller and larger beaches all along the coast, so one can find a busy or isolated swimming spot at almost any place. If you travel by car along …
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  • Zlatni Rat

    Above photo: Zlatni Rat beach viewed from Vidova Gora hill on Brac island Zlatni Rat (Golden Cape) is a narrow white pebble beach on a promontory near Bol, located 2 km west of Bol harbour, on the southern coast of the island of Brac, Croatia. The shape of the beach …
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Small photo gallery of Croatian beaches

below is a small photo gallery of Croatian beaches to get a general impression about beaches and swimming spots in Croatia – general overview

Other popular beaches:

  • Brela Beach – located near Makarska, south of Split: about six km long pebble beach with pine trees forming a shed on various spots;
  • Paradise Beach – located near Lopar on the Island of Rab;
  • Trstenica Beach – located on Peljesac peninsula, near Orebic;
  • Zrce Beach – located on Pag Island – popular 24/7 clubbing beach;
  • Beaches at Pakleni Islands – Hvar island – popular archipelago for swimming and sunbathing
  • Baska Voda Beach – blue flag sandy beach in Dalmatia

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