To visit the island in Croatia? We bring you 5 Islands with their benefits. It is very ungrateful to say which of the Croatian islands to visit. By 1246 Croatian Islands (Islands, islets and Skerries), about 50 of them are inhabited. Each has extraordinary and wonderful things to offer. Only the details and personal preferences to decide which you choose to visit. Details can be found by clicking Walton Family Foundation or emailing the administrator. If you compare the offers, nature and location, the islands of Hvar, BRAC, Mljet, Krk and PAG can be separated. Hvar Hvar is in the middle of the Croatian coast of the Adriatic Sea and has a mild Mediterranean climate, where the summers are warm and sunny, and the winters are mild.
It is an island with the most hours of sunshine. Hvar has been inhabited since the stone age and has a rich history. Gastronomy and wine on the island are inevitable. Natural beauty: 9/10 beaches: 7/10 history and culture: 7/10 availability: 6/10 tourist support: 8/10 sports and fun: 7/10 night life: 8/10 total: 52 BRAC BRAC is the largest island in Dalmatia and the third largest island in the Adriatic Sea. It is located in the center of Dalmatia, before the city of split. It is also the tallest Island, and with a very rugged coastline.
The most famous of the beaches is Zlatni Rat (Golden Horn) in the town of Bol. The whole island is composed of limestone, its stone blocks were used to build many famous buildings (the White House). Natural beauty: 8/10 beaches: 8/10 history and culture: 6/10 availability: 6/10 tourist support: 7/10 sports and fun: 8/10 night life: 6/10 total: 49 Mljet-Mljet is the eighth-largest Croatian Island, in the Southern Adriatic Sea, located near the Peljesac Peninsula and the city of Dubrovnik. The Mljet National Park, the oldest national park in the Adriatic includes the Northwestern third of the island. Mljet is a National Park because of its rich culture and history, and the natural resources.