Croatia features beautiful beaches, the recognizable symbols of its tourism. I will list the ones that left a special impression on me.

Table of Contents

  1. Zlatni Rat
  2. Bacvice
  3. Kasjuni
  4. Banj
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Zlatni Rat

With its beautiful and original shape, Zlatni Rat is probably the most beautiful Croatian beach. It's located at the south part of island Brac, in town called Bol. It is a big pebble beach.
An interesting fact about it is that the beach changes its shape according to the weather and sea conditions. A few years ago the beach was submerged for several days and then it re-emerged again.
Nature alongside the beach is preserved and protected, which makes it even more attractive.

Zlatni Rat
Zlatni Rat
Zlatni Rat2
Zlatni Rat2
View of Zlatni Rat
View of Zlatni Rat

Bacvice is the most famous beach in Split, Croatia. It's a sandy beach located just a few hundred meters away from the main bus station in Split. For most of the visitors who stay in the centre of the city, this beach is a way to go.
Except being a great sandy beach, Bacvice is known as the birthplace of a game called Picigin. It's a game where players throw a small ball to each other while standing in shallow water. The ball should not fall in the water. If you come at Bacvice during summer, you will notice many players there. The game is contagious and played by all generations.

Beach Bacvice
Beach Bacvice

Kasjuni is another beach in Split, located at the foot of hill Marjan. It's pebble beach known for its exceptional beauty and crystal clear sea. It's a favourite beach among visitors and locals.

Beach Kasjuni
Beach Kasjuni
Beach Kasjuni full of people
Beach Kasjuni full of people

Banj is the most prominent beach in Sibenik old town. It's located less than a kilometre away from the city centre. It features a clean sea and panoramic view of the old town. The beach also features a beach bar which works as a restaurant and nightclub as well. The bar organises beach parties during the summer season.

Zvonimr Peran     2019-03-29

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