Seven islands that you must include in your itinerary
Exploring the magnificent expanses of the Adriatic Sea on a yacht, you will, of course, like admiring the beauty of this huge number of islands of extraordinary beauty. This article will tell you about the seven most picturesque of them, which should certainly be added to your itinerary.
Travelers are very fond of this island and do not unreasonably speak of it as a paradise on earth. The island is famous for its huge pine forest, olive groves, vineyards. If you are an admirer of wine and seafood, then you will find your vent here. This island delights not only by the food, but also by its ancient stone architecture, a view that opens from the highest Croatian mountain peak, which is 778 m. Another feature is the beachfront of extraordinary beauty. Looking at it, you understand that the island is simply created for rest, relaxation and dreams.
This unusually sunny place is known as the longest island of the Adriatic Sea with a coastline stretching 250 km. You will just fall in love with this area. For this purpose, in its arsenal there are miniature towns in the medieval spirit, lush green subtropical, mild climatic conditions, a delicate heady aroma of lavender color that echoes with pink oleander, as well as a turbulent life in the capital with an identical name, where you will not be bored.
Vis with its pebble beaches and an abundance of bays is located in the southern part of Croatia. This island is considered the most remote from the mainland among populated islands in the Adriatic Sea. In the town of the same name, there is much to see, because the city itself is a cultural and historical monument, storing ancient settlements, the Roman theater, many churches and an ancient monastery.
This miniature islet consists of 60 km of coastline with a length of about 20 km and 5 km wide with many bays and 4 harbors. It can be called without exaggeration one of the most picturesque places in Croatia, where you can rest from the hustle and bustle of cities, and which presents such dignities as the enchanting coves, untouched flora, abundance of seafood, a couple of picturesque villages with old houses, remnants of ancient Roman buildings and much more.
The place was famous for the fact that local people consider their island and its capital with the same name, the birthplace of the famous traveler Marco Polo. Despite the fact that this fact is unproven, in the city of Korcula is his house, as well as several businesses that are associated with this name. The island is engaged in growing grapes and winemaking, the product that must certainly be tried.
Here, on the southernmost island of Croatia, is truly beautiful, because it is a forest-rich island with a part that is a protected area. This place perfectly predisposes not only to enjoy its beaches, but also to active rest, and the choice of cafes and restaurants is simply huge. You can not resist the local home-made crabs, goat cheese and fish.
Our picturesque corner, which is the largest island in Croatia, closes our list, and is connected to the mainland by the largest bridge in the world, named after Marshal Tito. This place can be considered an island of contrasts due to its combination of large and small settlements, green paths, untouched rocks, pebble and sandy beaches and small islets. Here you just do not get bored, because the island is famous for its abundance of places for outdoor activities, cafes and restaurants.