Zlatni rat, Brač
World most famous beach
A unique shape of the beach is a sight you won’t want to miss. And the shape is constantly changing, due to the sea currents and winds.
The blue waters and white sand of Zlatni Rat are a magnet for beach lovers of all kinds. If you are into kitesurfing, there is a perfect position. There are also all kinds of activities for children, like an inflatable waterpark, trampolines and paddle boards. Even if you want peace and quiet during your sailing trip, Zlatni rat is worth seeing and taking a swim in that (almost always) crowded spot.
Stiniva beach, Vis
The best beach in Europe
Voted as the best beach in Europe, it is accessible only by hiking along a steep and narrow path, or by taking a taxi boat from the nearby Rukavac cove. Or by your own boat. Surrounded by high cliffs, one part of this magnificent pebble beach is always in the shade, so you can also hide from the hot midday sun, parasol and beach chairs are not available for rent on the beach.
Nugal beach, Makarska
Going commando in style
Makarska Riviera is filled with beaches that will satisfy any boater, whether you like secluded beach or crowded one. There is also one that naturists prefer. You don’t have to worry you’ll burn (but take care of it, nonetheless) because there is plenty of shade thanks to the forest that you’ll find between the shore and the mountains.
Betina Cave, Dubrovnik
This beach has access only from the seaside as it is set under a natural cave. Because of all that it offers privacy, shelter and really great protection from the sun. Drop your anchor here and enjoy the day in Betina, knowing you are one of the few that has visited this beach.
Solaris Beach Resort, Šibenik
Luxury by the sea
It has a really cool aquapark your kids will definitely enjoy. En Vogue beach bar has all that you need, a place to have a drink, a massage and of course pool. The sea is right over here, so you can choose between the sea and the pool. Along the whole beach there are parasols and comfortable bed rests.