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Islands to visit in Croatia

Croatia has several beautiful islands that offer different unique sights and attractions. It has more than a thousand islands! This is a list of seven islands, in Croatia, that people can visit while sailing on yachts.

 
 

1. Kornati Islands

They consist of about one hundred and thirty islands, islets, as well as reefs. In addition, the islands have a wide array of fig trees, vineyards, and olive trees. The island has cliffs that make it possible for visitors to have a good view of the open sea. The Kornati islands are ideal for people interested in enjoying a simple island life.

Kornati Islands

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2. Mljet Island

Visitors to this island can enjoy many quiet bays, village accommodation, as well as great nature walks. Many refer to it as a romantic island because of its nature. Those planning a romantic getaway should consider visiting this island. During the night, the island is quiet, making it a good environment for a romantic moment.

Mljet Island

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3. Korcula Island

Of all the islands in Croatia, this is the most populated island. A narrow strait separates the island from the mainland. In addition, it is an ancient Croatian city popular for its unique architecture. The Cathedral of St. Marco is considered as the island’s most beautiful building. The construction of the building was completed during the 15th century, in the Gothic-Renaissance style.

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4. Proizd Island

It is an ideal island for those who love sunbathing. The island has sloping rock beaches, which give a good sunbathing environment. Furthermore, the beaches in the island are unique because they consist of stone plates that shelve into the turquoise waters. In the evenings, the island has beautiful scenery because that is when the rocks change their color to gold, from grey.

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Photo courtesy of www.proizd.net

5. Vis Island
This is a remote and beautiful island that has a long wine-growing history. Therefore, it is a must visit for wine connoisseurs. Furthermore, the island has historical sights, crystal clear waters, and isolated beaches that delight all visitors. In addition, nature lovers will find the island interesting because of its ecological attractions and well-preserved nature.

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6. Pag Island
The Island is famous for the delicious Paski Sir, also known as Pag cheese. The cheese is a product of sheep milk. In addition, the island is home to most summer beach clubs, in Croatia. Visitors end their long summer by attending beach parties at Aquarius, Kalypso, and Papaya. Sometimes, international disc jockeys host the parties. A party lover will definitely find a visit to this island worthy.

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Photo by BRCH Photography via Shutterstock.com

7. Hvar Island
This Island has a vibrant night life, spectacular hills and beaches, as well as lush vineyards, which make it a favorite island to many visitors. In addition, the island has an ancient history with both Jesla and Starigrad villages among some of the places that visitors can visit, and learn more about the island’s ancient history.

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Photo by brch Photography via Shutterstock.com

If you like adventure, visit these Croatian islands, and have one of the best experiences in your life. The best way of visiting these islands is by renting a yacht. In Croatia, yachts are readily available for hire, and at affordable prices.

This article originally appeared on Australian Times

 
 

 
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