Mezemrizing natural beauty of Croatian coastline and fascinating history of this Eastern European paradise. Meet Hvar, Brac, Korcula and many other Croatia islands.
Susak is Croatian island located in Kvarner bay archipelago on the north of Adriatic sea. Susak island is made entirely from yellow sand and its been well-known for its wonderful
Lopud island or Lafota island is one of the four inhabited islands from Elphiti archipelago near Dubrovnik. Lopud island is located only five kilometers away from main Dubrovnik ferry port
Vis island is Croatia’s farthest inhabited island with a small population of about 5000 over an area of 90 square kilometres (35 sq miles).
For centuries local population was finding
Zlarin is small island placed in Sibenik archipelago on Dalmatian coast. Island of Zlarin is also known as “golden island” due to its an intact and well preserved nature. The
Sipan is the biggest but least developed of populated island from Elafiti archipelago 17 km away from Dubrovnik, Croatia. Sipan island has surface area of 16,5 km2 and it is