One reason, in our opinion,
that the Croatian coastline is so beautiful is that it contains
more than one thousand dazzling islands. If you were to look out
to sea from anywhere along the Croatian coastline, it would be
unusual for you not to see a green speck in the distance! Most
of the Croatian islands, however, are small and uninhabited and there are
therefore only 20 or so larger islands which are popular with
tourists. We will therefore provide a guide to some of these,
starting from those just off Istria at the north of Croatia's coastline and going all the
way down to the islands near Dubrovnik in the south.
14 islands and islets make up this archipelago, which is also
a National Park, and located close to Pula on the mainland More...
The second largest island in the Adriatic, near Rijeka More...
Losinj Neighbour to Cres, this popular island is well known
for its lush green vegetation. More...
Krk The largest Adriatic island, Krk is easily accessible
as it is connected to the mainland by bridge. More...
Rab One of the greenest islands, it is covered with fragrant
pine forests. More...
Pag Famous for its sheep's cheese and lace-making, also home
to the party town of Novalja! More...