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10 of the Most Beautiful Islands to Visit in Croatia

Maya Pillai Jul 27, 2020
Croatia is a Southeastern country of Europe. It shares borders with Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It shares maritime border with Italy.
Croatia has a beautiful coastline with pristine beaches, stark blue waters and lush green vegetation.
There are 1200 islands in Croatia each competing to offer glamour, relaxation and mind-blowing experiences.
Sveti Klement
A secluded islet in the Pakleni archipelago with pine woods, hidden coves where you can swim and explore the lush mediterranean vegetation.
The island has seasonal waterside restaurants and cafes on the  beaches.
Interested in botany, visit Palmižana- a botanical garden that houses palms, pines, lilies, mimosa among other plants.
Mljet
One of the most amazing island in Croatia, this is also a National Park. The island is famous for its gorgeous saltwater lakes -Veliko and Malo Jezero .
The shore is verdant with dense Mediterranean vegetation. The island is a short sail from Dubrovnik.
Korčula
Korcula means "Dark Corfu". This Dalmatian island is known for its dense pine forests, bell towers and orange tiled roofs.
Do you know it is the birthplace of Marco Polo?
The island is popular for its white wine extracted from the local Posip grape.
Hvar
The trendiest island in Croatia with rich heritage, history and culture. It is also one of the largest islands of Croatia where you get to spot celebrities and semi-celebrities from across the globe.
Hvar is known for its nightlife.
The lovely lavender fields and medieval towns of Stari Grad and Hvar Tow, along with the Franciscan monasteries and renaissance cathedral, are a few of the highlights of this island.
Vis
A beautiful and Croatia's most distant island in the Adriatic Sea. People moor up in the quaint Vis Town to enjoy the fresh sea food, relax and snooze.
The Island was an ancient Greek settlement in the 4th century. The sheltered bays, and fertile fields attracted the Greeks. It was a military base during Yugoslavian rule.
Brac
The island is known for its cobbled streets, romantic squares, amazing bars and restaurants.
The beaches in Brac are pine fringed and serene. Zlatni Rat, the famous Croatian beach is right here on this island.
Vidova Gora, the highest peak of the Croatian islands is located in Brac.
Lastovo
The isolated, quiet and magical island is situated beyond Korcula in the Adriatic Sea.
A good getaway, to be one with the nature, enjoy simple and delicious local food and wine.
Lastovo encourages traditional way of life and it has a designation of a natural park. There is just one camp site and hotel here. You can rent the lighthouse
Rab
The island nestles in Kvarner Bay and has some of the finest medieval towns. The villages are quaint and picturesque.
The island has some of the best sandy beaches in Croatia surrounded by ridges that protect the beaches from turbulent winds.
Cres
The island has beautiful coastline and hilltop towns that add a touch of beauty. There are walking trails for nature enthusiasts.
The northern hills of this island have Oak forests. Griffons are inhabitants of Cres.
Galešnjak
Also known as the Love Island, it is a heart-shaped island. It's an uninhabited island that has nothing but wilderness. You need to take permission to visit this island.