Thinking of Croatian beaches, most people imagine azure water, vast beaches and ... crowds of tourists. However, it's only one side of beaches in this beautiful country. Discover less known but surprising with their beauty wild beaches of Croatia with us. Here is TOP 3 by Heads Yachting!
1. Zaraće close to Hvar
The island of Hvar enchants and is associated with the aromatic scent of lavender. This is because a large part of the island is overgrown with fields of this very plant. The island itself is also a charming place, including 2 less known beaches: western Velo Zaraće and eastern Malo Zaraće. These are small but picturesque coves with pebble beaches. Both bays are closed by the cliffs, so the sea here is very calm, which only makes the rest easier and allows a blissful relaxation. The amazing shade of the Adriatic Sea also deserves attention. Countless shades of blue and green is a picturesque work of nature. This inconspicuous place has also prepared intimate attractions for visitors. These are small restaurants where you can enjoy the taste of fresh seafood. For water sports enthusiasts it will be a satisfying idea to admire underwater landscapes while diving!
2. Beaches of Pag Bay
Amateurs of sandy and pebble beaches of Pag Island will be delighted! It is this one which can boast about the longest coastline, which is as long as 27 kilometres. In other words, it means plenty of choice and variety. You will find here larger beaches perfect for families with children offering numerous attractions, but also cosy beaches resembling uninhabited islands. These will prove to be ideal if you're a lone wolf or if you dream of a romantic date. The ideal example of a wild beach is, for example, Lizard's located near the town of Novalja. What makes it stand out is its interesting yet picturesque location between the hills. It is such an unusual view that it is also a perfect place for a photoshoot. Another advantage of this beach, which is appreciated by swimmers, is the exceptionally warm water. Still, if you miss the company or want to taste traditional Croatian cuisine, you are only a few kilometres away from other beaches!
3. Palud Beach
It undeniably ranks high in various rankings of the best, deserted beaches in Croatia. The reason? Perfect silence and calm. Wild pebble beach Palud is an opportunity for undisturbed contact with nature. Its location in the Palud ornithological reserve is also worth highlighting. In some places, the beach is shaded, providing you with a perfect chance to relax and rest from the sun. A stay on the island of Palud will certainly turn out to be a dream come true for all those who seek privacy and silence. It will be complemented by cicadas chirping…