Did you know that Croatia has so many islands, the exact number of islands in the country is always in dispute? To be safe, we’ll go with over 1200 (or 1244 to 1246 for the perfectionists reading this). Lucky for you, 48 of Croatia’s islands are inhabited, meaning you get to enjoy them just as much as we do.
From party islands like Hvar and Pag which have gained popularity in recent years, to quieter Adriatic havens like Šolta, Vis, and Korčula, Croatia’s islands offer something for everyone.
Want to go wine tasting? Then you’re in luck, as vineyards sweep the islands of the Dalmatian region. Are you looking for history? Even better – Hvar, for instance, boasts the most UNESCO heritage in the world (and is home to the first public theater in Europe) and Korčula is known as the birthplace of explorer Marco Polo. But that’s just part of it.
Croatia’s islands include unrivaled gastronomy – from luxury restaurants and authentic taverns to the freshly picked fruits off the groves outside your accommodation. Croatia’s islands are natural paradises – like Mljet, for example, which is covered by a national park. Croatia’s islands boast even better islanders, who will welcome you with open arms into their intimate lives.
Croatia’s islands are tailored to the perfect getaway. Won’t you get away to explore them with us?
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