In central Dalmatia, the north-eastern warm coastal stream generates a mild climate with dry, hot summers. The water is pleasantly cool from the beginning of May till the end of September. For lying around on the beach, the Kastel Riviera and the surrounding islands are perfect. It is easy to sail between the islands, the distances are small, so in a short time you can stop by in several places for a few hours.
One beautiful spot follows another on the Opatija Riviera, in favour of vacationers. Indented coast, tiny gulfs, untouched pieces of nature, crystal clear water. Essentially, the whole shore is suitable for bathing. There are pebbly, sandy, and concrete sections, whatever you wish for.
The Mediterranean climate, wonderful beaches and interesting historic sights all make Northern Dalmatia an attractive place for millions of tourists year by year. Biograd na Moru is one of the gems in the area. It’s a unique Dalmatian town that offers relaxation to tired sailors on the land with its narrow alleys and limestone houses built tightly next to each other, providing shade in the summer.
Those who wish for a bath can choose from a variety of gorgeous sections of shore on the island of Krk and Punat. Indented shore, tiny gulfs, mostly untouched nature, and crystal clear water are their main traits. The island’s whole shore is practically suitable for swimming. There are pebbly, sandy, and concrete areas, whatever you wish for. Most of the constructed beaches have Blue Flag rating. Two of the best on Croatia’s top list are on the island.
Sibenik, the North-Dalmatian paradise, is one of the preferred cities among yacht owners. It is also an ideal starting-off point to explore the region. Wherever we drop our anchor, there are cosy bays and beaches welcoming us. Regarding culinary experiences, Sibenik is rich in restaurants offering many local specialities and their famous red Babic wine. Compared to other Adriatic medieval cities Sibenik is unique because it was not built directly by the coast, but by the banks of the Krka River. Basically, we are swimming here in a river.
The astonishing shores of Croatia offer countless opportunities for those who wish to take a bath or do water sports. Family-friendly site, nudist beach, or simply the untouched nature itself. Everyone can find a suitable spot. Most of the constructed beaches have blue flag rating, which guarantees the quality of the sea, security, and services.
The Losinj island is among the places with the most sunshine in Europe. Wonderful landscape, subtropical greenery, and mostly untouched nature welcome visitors. The island’s herb-scented air is very healthy. Come and take a breath of this aromatic, medical, salty sea vapour!
North-Dalmatia is the paradise of boatmen. Its climate is hotter and more predictable than anywhere else on the Adriatic Sea. Flat, special-shaped islands stretch along the shore, about 1-2 kilometres from each other. Therefore, you can dock at several places and enjoy the magnificent beach of that area. What else makes a perfect evening than having a stroll in the old town of historic settlements; thereafter taking a seat on the terrace of a coastal restaurant, admiring the sunset while enjoying the delicious Dalmatian cuisine. I guess you agree with me what a wonderful place Sukosan is!
White sand under your feet, but the annual sunshine hours up in the cloudless sky. Dalmatia counts over 1,000 islands and provides diverse swimming opportunities for travellers of all kinds. Should it be families seeking for comfort and peace, couples or even groups of friends ready to party and for exciting adventures, Dalmatia will have a solution. You can splash on the natural beaches of hidden bays or enjoy sipping the refreshing cocktails and tasting the toothsome food offered by the bars on one of the developed beaches.
The coastline of Istria is almost 430 kilometres long, so it provides countless different opportunities in terms of beaches. Istria is amongst the most beautiful and interesting places in Croatia. It has a more pleasant, moderate Mediterranean climate than southern regions. As a result, there are more areas with green forests and beaches here. The average temperature in the summer rises up to 23–28 °C, which warms the sea water to a nice 24 °C. Its beaches are popular and versatile.
Croatia’s beaches are worthy of being world-famous. Thanks to its pleasant Mediterranean climate and diverse coastline that stretches for long, it’s home to countless gorgeous beaches. There’re various types of beaches to choose from: from fine sandy beaches, through pebbly ones to rocky beaches that are all suitable for swimming. You can make your choice between the best beaches that often feature on the top of world-famous top lists, offering a fantastic experience for all travellers.
Five beaches represent Kvarner Bay on the top 20 list of Croatia’s beaches: Vela Plaža and Stara Baška beaches of Krk island, Zrće Beach of Pag island, Sunčana uvala of Mali Lošinj and Rajska Plaža of Rab island. If you look for busier holidays, you can find the typical coastal bustle and murmur in many beaches. But also those who prefer low key atmosphere and intimacy will find many small villages here, where life is silent. In the bays of uninhabited islands, you can even find full solitude. It is this double nature of Kvarner bay that makes it such an excellent destination. Everyone can find his/her place there. Come and find here your ideal coast section for relaxation and holidays.