The coast of Croatia is lined with a plethora of stunning islands, and it will let you in on a glimpse of Croatia’s cuisine, lifestyle, and culture. Home to over 1200 islands, you’ll be spoiled for choice! Just picture yourself diving off a boat into shimmering waters, exploring little towns dotted along a rugged coastline, and indulging in cheap gelato while you meander down cobblestoned alleyways. Sounds like a dream, doesn’t it? Well then, check out our guide to island-hopping on the coast of Croatia:
Despite its reputation as the classiest of Croatian destinations, Hvar more than just a destination for the rich and famous. This island is also home to the more modest coastal towns of Stari Grad and Jelsa, where you’ll unravel Croatia’s vast history, heritage and culture.
Love a good party? Zrce Beach in Pag is the place to be. Over the summer months, plenty of music festivals are held in Pag – Hideout, Spring Break Europe and Sonus. Even better – you get to discover Pag’s cultural hub and laid-back lifestyle when the show is over.
Korčula Island, or “Emerald Isle”, is the second most populated island in the Adriatic region. This island is an eclectic mix of vineyards, fishing villages, and medieval sights dotted along the coast of Croatia. You can also visit the famous Marco Polo Gallery, where Croatians believe Marco Polo was born.
If you’ve heard of Lošinj, you’ll know its s for its spectacular health tourism and subtle Mediterranean climate. This island is home to amazing spas, hiking and cycling trails, and clean beaches for you to unwind on. A must-visit site in Lošinj is the Apoxymenos Museum – so make sure you check out the Bronze Apoxymenos while you’re there!
Mljet is a peaceful and strikingly beautiful island, which makes it the ideal spot for a romantic getaway. This stunning island can be easily reached from Dubrovnik, and it boasts numerous walk and cycle trails which will lead you to romantic bays.
Tisno, on the island of Murter, is one of Croatia’s major music festival locations. During the summer season, people flock to Tisno for music festivals such as Suncebeat, Electric Elephant and Love International. Besides music, you can take a day trip to the Kornati Islands from Murter to discover Croatia’s gorgeous natural wonders.
Croatia’s coastline is undeniably a thing of beauty, painting a picture of what paradise should be. It is indeed the whole package – glamour, relaxation and memorable experiences all packed into one. You can never go wrong with island-hopping on the coast of Croatia! ve listed above and you’re eager to start planning your trip, launch your ENTERTAINER app today and book your vacation with our in-app booking platform ENTERTAINER getaways to enjoy up to 60% off your hotel stay!