Golden Cape, Croatia
Bol is town on the south coast of the Island of Brac, popular Croatian holiday destination. The biggest attraction in Bol is beach Zlatni rat (known as Golden Cape), pebble beach that stretches itself 500 meters into the sea and changes direction of its top influenced with strong sea currents.
In Bol and surrounding area, you will find many other beaches, as well as private coves. Island of Brac is characterized by very favorable climate, mild, mostly moist and dry winters, hot and sunny summers. Local and seasonal winds also help maintain favorable climate. Local wind from the west makes life easier during hot summer days and makes Bol a paradise for surfers.
Stiniva Beach, Croatia
Stiniva beach is one of the best hidden beaches on the Adriatic Sea. It is located on southern side of island Vis, near the village Marina Zemlja and about 9.5 nautical miles (17.6 km) from Komiza, picturesque coastal town. The beach can be reached by boat, enjoying the peace, listening to the sounds of the waves. You will be welcomed by an unbelievable sight of small pebbly beach, approx. 30 meters long and hidden with high and narrow rocks. Perfect natural and wild landscape and clear sea will give you an unforgettable moments.
Pakleni Islands, Croatia
Pakleni Otoci or Paklinski otoci – known as “Devil’s Islands” are the prettiest part of Hvar island, if not of the whole Adriatic coast. A playful chain of woody isles, dipped in a clear, azure sea, a few resorts and swimming areas, and a number of little, hidden away beaches, stone terraces facing sun and a beautiful deserted lagoons make, as someone said, “An Arcadia in grasp of the palm.” The legend said that the islands came into existence as a result of a secret love between the Sea God Poseidon and a nymph.
They are located right across the channel from the city of Hvar.
Spend a day away from the crowded beaches, enjoy the sun in the serenity of hidden coves, swim in a clear-blue sea and relax in the untouched nature – all this provides Pakleni otoci.
The resorts from the east to the west: Jerolim, Stipanska, Palmizana, Vlaka. The bay of Palmizana, with its sandy beach, is the most popular spot to visit. There are several guest houses and restaurants of superb quality.
Blue Cave, Croatia
The Blue Cave or Grotta Azzura (Croatian: Modra spilja), is a water-logged sea cave located in a small bay called Balun, on the east side of the island of Bisevo and about 4.5 nautical miles (8.3 km) from island of Vis.
The cave is one of the best known natural beauty spots on the Adriatic Sea and a popular show because of the glowing blue light that appears at certain time of day. Depending on the season, the ideal moment to visit the cave is between 11:00am and 12:00am. At this time of day the sunlight reflects through the water coming from the white floor and bathes the cave in aquamarine light, while objects in the water appear to be silver.
Krknjasi lagoon, Croatia
Krknjasi lagoon is located on the island Drvenik Veli. This island is 7.1 nm from Trogir and 15 nm from Split. The most beautiful beach on the island is Krknjasi beach, located on the south-east coast. From the outside, the bay is protected with two islands, big and small Krknjasi. During the summer this beach is full of boats that are anchored in front. There is delightful anchorage on the SE side of the island Drvenik Veli in the shallow area between the main island and two off lying islands of Krknjasi. It is an ideal place to spend the day swimming, but should only be used as an overnight anchorage in settled weather and after checking the anchor’s holding. There are few houses among the trees and occasionally tripping boats call here, but there are no facilities ashore, except the one restaurant with excellent selection of fresh seafood and authentic Dalmatian dishes.