Zlatni Rat or Golden Horn is the most popular beach on this side of Adriatic, located on the Brač island. When you see it the first time, you quickly realize why. Its unique shape, the fact that the beach changes shape with changes in wind direction, plenty of windsurfing activities, cafe bars and restaurants surrounded with pine trees as well as close proximity of Bol town, its no wonder Zlatni Rat is one of the best beaches in Croatia.
Although you have few options for visiting this marvelous destination, we created a full day tour for exploring the town of Bol and relaxing on famous beach of Zlatni Rat. Not only that you have plenty of time for enjoying this paradise and soaking up the atmosphere but we also serve coffee, snacks, lunch and drinks on the big luxury boat which is all included in the price.
Stiniva Cove was voted as the best beach in Europe by tourism organization, “European Best Destinations”. It is famous because of its shape which is a lot different than other Croatia beaches. Stiniva was actually a cave, a long time ago, but the roof of the cave collapsed and Stiniva beach was born.
It has a funnel-like shape with wide pebble beach inside, sandy seabed and narrow entrance to otherwise inaccessible beach. There is only a steep and dangerous goat path that leads to the beach from Vis island. That is one of the reasons why Five Islands Tours is so popular since we also visit Stiniva Cove with a speedboat, besides other locations.
Lovrečina Bay is another gem of Brač island which deserves to be among the best, when it comes to Croatia beaches. That being said, while Zlatni rat is located on the southern side of the island with its horn facing the windy channel, Lovrečina is located on the peaceful northern side with the beach sliding into the “protective hug” of the island. Besides the shape of the beach, wind conditions and the location, environment and the surroundings are completely different, too.
Devil’s Islands is a group of islands, located in front of Hvar island. Despite Palmižana and Carpe Diem is the most popular, there are other beaches and hidden bays to pick from.
Although on our Five Islands Tour we visit popular Palmižana beach, if you want to have a secluded beach just for yourself, you would need to rent a boat. Not only that you can explore Devil’s Islands from top to bottom but you can also find a beach on which you would be the only ones.
Makarska riviera includes an area over 60 km long in the foothills of Biokovo mountain with series of long, mostly pebble beaches hidden in the shade of pine trees. The main tourist and economic center of the region is the town of Makarska. Besides Makarska, you have plenty of secluded bays in the area where you can find a little bit of privacy as well as beautiful beaches in towns of Brela, Baška Voda, Tučepi and Podgora which are known as some of the best beaches in Croatia.
Zrće is long pebble beach on the island of Pag. Although beach by itself provides plenty of space and crystal clear sea, it is know as the one of the best party beaches in Croatia packed with young crowd, clubs and caffe bars. It is also known as Croatian Ibiza since parties last all day long. If you’re looking for place to stay while visiting Zrće beach, Novalja is the closest town located 4 km away from this party madness.
Bačvice beach is U shaped bay surrounded with promenade, sandy shores and pine trees which makes it one of the most popular Croatia beaches. The best of all, it is located in town of Split, close to the center. It is popular as family destination since it is very shallow which makes it great for kids and game of “Picigin” which originates from this very same beach. Cafe bars and night lights draw people from the town and surrounding streets, even after sunset.
Sakarun beach is located on the northwest side of Dugi island or Long island, when translated from Croatian. Due to its white sand, clear sea and pine forrest which surrounds the beach and gives its visitors so much needed shade, it got on our list of top beaches in Croatia. Sakarun beach is 800 meters long and at 250 meters off the shore, the depth is only 3,5 meters thereby providing wide and shallow area for swimming, especially for kids. Around the beach you have few restaurants, while you can find apartments in surrounding places such as Veli rat, Verunić, Soline i Božava.
Sandy beaches of Omiš are a group of beaches surrounding this old pirate stronghold. Omiš is located in Dalmatia, 25 km away from Split. Not only that the main city beach is smaller version of Copacabana but also the beaches in the camp and the ones at the west entrance to the town are all made of sand with shallow sea level and several caffe bars, restaurants and palm trees which provide shade to diverse group of visitors.
Banje beach is one of the most popular Croatia beaches and number one beach in Dubrovnik. It is located near the center and old city walls. However, due to long flight of stairs, it is not accessible to the handicapped and those in poor physical condition. Marvelous view of the old town and the beautiful unsettled island of Lokrum is a unique quality of this famous beach. Also, as the day nears its end, beach turns into the most desired place for an elite night out.
We offer service of transfers, boat rentals and private tours. Since some of these top beaches are located on the islands such as Brač, Vis, Hvar, Pelješac and Dugi otok, you need some kind of boat. It is up to you whether you want just a transfer to your favorite beach or you want to rent a boat for yourselves, join an excursion or book a private tour.
If you want to visit or relax on some of the beaches located on the mainland, you don’t need a speedboat. In this case, cars and minivans are more than enough. If you want to relax on some of the top beaches in Croatia, don’t hesitate to contact us.
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