The coast of Croatia has 1200 pristine islands. There are a plethora of varieties in the islands. Islands with abundant vegetation, Islands with karst-rock formations, tiny islands with only a lighthouse perched on them. These islands have all kinds of visitors and accommodations. Lavish guests who seek cocktails, artists who seek inspiration, and islands for adventurers who intend to explore caves.
The most famous island in Croatia. The island is known for being the getaway destination for the rich and famous. Hvar is a culturally rich island, and it is a beautiful place to explore. It’s sunny here most of the time, making it a perfect place to buy a yacht and a house for a vacation.
Rab can be accessed through a ferry ride. The paradise beach of Rab is considered as one of the top beaches of Europe. Rab has a nudist-friendly atmosphere on the beaches. The place is chill, and you can be yourself without any inhibition. Do visit Rab in summer as the parties become wild and lively here.
Korčula is also not connected to another island via a bridge or a tunnel. Korčula is famous for its harvest of white wine. It is a crowded island; the houses are built close to each other to fit the population inside.
Brač has many family-friendly resorts and beaches. Like all other Croatian islands, it has a relaxing vibe that makes you want to extend your stay for a day or two. The pine trees and pebble beaches make a picture-perfect landscape.