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Beaches, Croatia

Croatia is home to some extraordinary beaches, from secluded coves to family favourites.  Take a dip in crystalline turquoise waters at Zlatni Rat Beach, snorkel with the native fish at Stiniva, or skim across the seafront on a jet ski over to one of Čiovo’s mesmerising beaches.

Banje Beach

Banje Beach is one of the most popular and well known beaches located in South Dalmatia, offering picturesque, sandy landscaping, aqua blue seas and a great range of fun water sports to partake in. The views from the beach itself are so breath taking, making you wholly appreciate Croatia’s true natural beauty.

Banje beach is actually celebrated for its nightlife scene, too; by night, it transforms into a hub for nightlife, with younger traveller crowds flocking here to party into the early hours.

The on-site beach restaurant provides travellers with plenty of choice when it comes to eating, offering holidaymakers the chance to enjoy some of Dubrovnik’s traditional recipes right on the beachfront. Alternatively, visit the nearby café for a bite to eat. If you’re looking to cool down while you eat, this is the perfect place to do so; you can reside in a chair in the shaded seating area.

Nin’s beaches

Nin’s beaches in Croatia is comprised of an array of individual beaches, all situated within one resorts, which stretches across 8,000 metres. The beaches found here are: Ždrijac, Prodorica, Bilotnjak, Zaton Holiday Resort and the famed Queens beach, which many have coined as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

Nin’s beaches image source: Flickr. Copyright, Mario Fajt.

Queens beach is the longest beach of all Nin’s beaches, with shallow swimming waters and a beautiful beachfront; making it a particular tourist hot spot. Another reason to visit Queens beach – it is home to the largest area if medicinal mud in the whole of Croatia; making a trip here one to remember.

Each beach offers a different beach experience, with Bilotnjak resembling a sandy desert, in contrast to Prodorica – a stunning beach surrounded by luscious green forestry. Zaton Holiday Resort is another one of Nin’s fabulous beaches, offering nearby children’s theme parks, water slides, swimming pools and further amenities, including tasty restaurants and bars.

Pakleni Islands

Pakleni Islands in Croatia are spectacular, offering warm temperatures, mesmerising views and not forgetting, breathtaking bays and beaches. Pakleni Islands don’t just involve soaking up the sun’s sizzling rays, but admiring the impressive scenery and mossy coastline. Not forgetting, this is Croatia’s hot spot for sailing. So, make sure you pre-book your mooring; Pakleni Islands are really popular for sailing and it gets busier and busier throughout the high season.

Discover the different dimensions of Pakleni Islands, to truly appreciate Croatia. When exploring the Pakleni islands, Langanini is a popular area visited by tourists, thanks to its bustling range of bars, restaurants and prospering atmosphere.

Travellers can take the reins by renting a boat from Hvar for the day, to explore the beauty of the different Pakleni Islands. For a truly unforgettable trip, take along a picnic to your boat ride for you to enjoy, while you sail across the majestic blue waters.

Punta Rata Beach

Punta Rata beach is a magical white sandy beach located in the beautiful Croatian town, Brela. No beach in Croatia is as picturesque as Punta Rata, with nearby mossy cliffs perching beside the edge of the shore. This beach is suitable for the whole family to enjoy, or for a romantic stroll with your partner, thanks to the calming atmosphere and wondrous surroundings.

Located directly behind Punta Rata beach is a captivating pine forest; providing more than just your usual sunbathing experience. If you’re a thrill-seeker or adventure lover, this beach is perfect; it offers holidaymakers the opportunity to get involved in parasailing, football, tennis and even banana boat rides.

Boats sit atop the crystal clear sea waters at Punta Rata, with many holidaymakers hopping on to enjoy a tour round the impressive Dalmatian coast. The water itself at Punta Rata beach is truly beautiful, and is actually the reason why this beach has been given a Blue Flag award.

Rajska Plaża

Also known as “Paradise Beach”, Rajska Plaza is a fabulous, blue flag beach on the island of Rab. Rajska Plaza didn’t earn its pseudo name by chance, this beach really is a little piece of paradise on earth, where the natural sandy surface is met with sparkling clean water. Sitting towards the north of the island in a small tourist resort called Lopar, this beach looks out on to stunning views of the sea and grassy, tree-topped hills. The beach has excellent facilities, with multiple food outlets nearby, including a beach bar, restaurants and a grocery store, as well as an outside shower and changing rooms. There’s also plenty of activities to enjoy, as there is a sports centre nearby which has basketball courts, volleyball courts, football pitches and a miniature golf course, making this a great beach for families.

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You can reach the island of Rab via ferry from mainland Croatia, Rajska Plaza is then walking distance from Lapor port.

Spiaza Beach

Spiaza beach in Croatia is a beach spot for the whole family to enjoy, with plenty of activities available to enjoy. This quaint island is actually coined as the ‘sandy island of Croatia’, since everything situated here is built upon layers and layers of sand.

What’s great about Spiaza beach is there are no neighbouring nightclubs, cars or roads leading up to this beach, meaning you can be at peace and truly relax. However, dotted along the seafront live an array of restaurants, bars and cafes to reside in when the sun goes down, or if you fancy cooling down away from the hot heat.

If you’re quite the water baby, head into the clear waters of this beach by pedal boat, or simply enjoy a range of water sports right from the beach front, including water volleyball and surfing.

A daily ferry runs from Lošinj, letting you sail across the waters and admiring the surrounding scenery from far and wide. Alternatively, you can catch a luxurious catamaran from Rijeka.

Stiniva beach

Stiniva beach, located in the Croatian Island of Vis is one of a kind. In fact, back in 2016 this hidden beauty was voted the top beach in Europe, by tourism company – European Best Destinations.

This magical Croatian beach sets the scene of luxury, tranquillity and peace, thanks to its serene pebbly cove, which is surrounded by tall cliffs, soaring above the sands.

Stiniva beach’s hidden and secluded location plays a big part in how unique this beach really is. You can take a taxi boat over to this remote yet beautiful beach. Alternatively, for more adventurous types, throw on your best walking boots and hike down the steep path leading to this breath taking beach. Simply take a drive over to Plisko Polje village. Then, once you reach Žužec, begin walking to Stiniva bay for around 20 minutes. The walk will enchant you as much as the beach cove itself.

Sutmiholjska Beach

Sutmiholjska Beach is a hidden gem tucked away between two rocky, tree topped cliffs on the beautiful Mljet island. Sutmiholjska Beach is a tiny but inviting dot of relaxation; sit back and take in the glorious views of the surrounding cliffs, the clear skies and the tranquil waters topped by a number of small boats bobbing on the surface. This gorgeous pebble bay is ideal for families looking for somewhere, small and safe for their children but also quiet and cosy so that they can detach from reality and unwind in their own little piece of heaven.

Sutmiholjska beach can be found on Mljet island’s south coast between the villages of Rope and Babino Polje and can be accessed via a 3km road from Babino Polje. The beach can’t be accessed by public transport, so you will need to drive or book a taxi to get there, but this just adds to the feeling of seclusion which makes this beach feel so special.

Sveti Jakov Beach

Sveti Jakov beach is one of the many reasons people book holidays to beautiful Croatia. In fact, this beach is coined as one of the defining beaches of Dubrovnik, thanks to its picturesque views, beautiful bay and intimate setting.

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Its location in the eastern region of Dubrovnik, which is roughly one mile away from Dubrovnik Old Town means holidaymakers can enjoy both the beach and sightseeing, all in one day. Views of the distant Old Town can even be seen from the beautiful beachfront.

Play volleyball on the beach, hire a jet-ski and skim over the waters while taking in the enchanting surroundings hire a sea kayak. Alternatively, if you’re just looking to kick back and relax, hire a parasol and sun longer, or take a break in the shade and head over to the beach bar and restaurant for a drink or bite to eat.

Zlatni Rat Beach

Zlatni Rat beach is truly spectacular to visit, comprising both sandy and pebbly shores; what many don’t know is, it’s actually a protected natural area, too. This beach also differs considerably from other beaches in Croatia because of its impressive shape. Reaching as far as 500 metres into the sea, Zlatni Rat resembles and forms a ‘v’ shape, surrounded by sands, Greenland and forestry.

Zlatni Rat beach can be visited by car, or you can take a stroll by foot, taking around 20-minutes to arrive. Surfers flock to this popular beach, as it’s a well-known surfing spot in Croatia with some amazing views of the landscape to admire as you skim across the waters.

Thanks to the influence of the waves and sea currents, the tip of Zlatni Rat beach doesn’t remain as one shape, but constantly changes in structure. Travellers love to experience the changing shapes for themselves, as one holidaymakers picture can alter from the next.