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As you get off the boat, you notice how peaceful and calm the island is. A short walk through the pine forests takes you to 4 gorgeous beaches to choose from. The water here is bright turquoise, absolutely stunning!!
We stayed on Korcula island for several days and made it out to this island on a Sunday, we thought it would be packed with locals given that it was rated #1 beach in Croatia, but to our surprise there were barely any people. The...More
This island is one od the most beautiful I have seen on Croatian coast.
Yes, there are bees, but it is a wild island and of course they will come after you if you bring food or sweet drinks!
It is very important to go...More
We new we wanted to go to that island and was recommended from several sources.
A tip: do not go on your first day of vacation. You can reach it with many taxi boats leaving from Vela Luka harbour. Although we ware warn that sun...More
I don't know why these beaches are claimed as the most beautifull in Adriatic sea. The sea for itself is worth visiting but the beaches are poor. And if you decide to go, don't put any oil or bring sweet drinks because the bees will...More
You can get to the island of Proiz by boat (taxi boat 'Muro') for 60 kunas to there and back.
The place is amazing and wild, beaches are wonderful and relaxing...the water is superb. Just a little low: too many bees! We have been literally...More
I would definitely recommend Hvar and then maybe Vis island. To be able to quality experience Korcula and Mljet you will need more time and you don't have it as I can see at least not for this round. And on Hvar there is... More
I would definitely recommend Hvar and then maybe Vis island. To be able to quality experience Korcula and Mljet you will need more time and you don't have it as I can see at least not for this round. And on Hvar there is definitely a lot of places, beach and things to see including near by Pakleni islands. You know there is a saying that south side of Hvar is made for Gods :) And there is even more to see and experience on Vis island including near by Bisevo island with blue and green cave with a beautiful Vis wines. So my advice is to go with this three islands in this round and truly experience them. And then on other occasion explore the other lower portion of the dalmatia islands (korcula, mljet, lastovo).
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