Magnificent bays of Croatia that are worth seeing
If you are a real lover of exploring new places or you simply prefer romantic, secluded bays to crowded beaches, then you will certainly be delighted with the rugged coast of Croatia and its abundance of such places.
Practically empty sea bays are decorated with stone houses, once used as housing for the local population. Even the largest bays in this place and nearby settlements are not so densely populated as most of the coastal cities. Exploring endless picturesque labyrinths of islands and sea open spaces of the Adriatic, the bays are reliable ports on the way.
Bays located on the islands
One of the main beauties of such places, of course, is the coastal zone with its crystal sea water and stunning variety of underwater paintings. This is your personal piece of paradise, which you will explore.
The island of Hvar boasts its abundance of bays. For people choosing to rest on the Adriatic waters, this place has long been one of the most frequented.
Isn’t it wonderful that from the whole “assortment” you are given the opportunity to find something of your own, namely that bay that will conquer you with its natural nature, stunning views, the scents of pine needles and lavender? Or will you feel the true pacification from the contemplation of a harmonious combination of small rural stone houses with nature in the bay of Torac? And maybe you will like the Vrboska Bay more, dandering with the abundance of greenery? You decide yourself.
Connoisseurs of the tropics should pay attention to the beautiful Bozhava island of Dugi-Otok with its bright blue-turquoise sea expanses and white sands. In terms of beauty with Bozhava, Bay Soline on Island Pashman is also able to compete.
Magnificent pebble beaches, pristine Mediterranean luxuriant vegetation, an incredibly clean sea – all this is about Vela Farska, which is located in the south of the island of Brac.
We can not help but mention the fabulous bay of Osibova in the north of the island, which is proud of its solitude, pacification and crystal water.
Kvarner bays and their magic
Full relaxation and such a long-awaited vacation – all this is about the island of Losinj in the Kvarner Bay in the north of Croatia with its lush green of age-old olive groves and the silence-covered Studencic Bay.
As for the wealth of the underwater world, then you need to visit the island of Pag and its coves of Caska, where under the blue waters lies a flooded town.
And if you are a lover of scuba diving, then you should definitely go to Mala Vlaška – a real dive bay for diving, because at the bottom of its maritime space, a merchant ship that attracts travelers all over the world, rests for many centuries.
Beauty of Dalmatia
Expanses of the peninsula of Peljesac in the southern part of Croatia reveals to travelers many beautiful bay-pearls, such as: Vučine, Dingach, Vela Papratna, Postup.
Here, your eyes will be pleased with old churches of stone, rural houses in the traditional version for the Mediterranean, as well as beautiful green forests.
On the island of Mljet with its rugged coastline, there is also something to pay attention to. For example, Saplunara Bay with its natural reserve zone with pine forests and warm clean waters of a kilometer coastal bay.
Visiting the island of Korcula with its magical bay of Bratynia, you will get the opportunity to feel yourself in the role of Robinson, as the tourist towns are located ten kilometers from it.