The Adriatic Sea is blemished with many beautiful islands which look as if the gems have been studded on to the Empress’s gown. These gems are collective called as Croatia. The islands vary exotically in size and characteristics; some are barren and some are fertile; some are forbidden while others are overcrowded.
The opulence dipped Croatian Island, is also the one endowed with most amount of sunlight in the region. The capital Hvar town is brimming with luxurious hotels, traditional restaurants, buzzing clubs and millionaire yachties. The fascination town of of Dubrovnik stands dramatically on the edge. For a dive into cultural extravagance, visit the mesmerizing towns of Stari Grad and Jelsa.
This island ignites all your senses. It is the incarnation of the paradise. The major part of the island is shrouded up with forests and the rest with beautiful fields, soothing vineyards and laid-back villages. The northwestern part of the Ilsand comes under the badge of Mijet national Park which is canvassed with ethereal salt water lakes and splendid pine forests.
The less enchanted Island; it was barred from tourism from 1950 to 1989 because it was the strategic base of the Yugoslavian army. Thanks to the chronology of the events which has helped the island to successfully skip the tourism drive. Today it stands alone and stands out as the guarantor of serenity among all Croatian Island.
This island is stuffed with vineyards, olive groves and deep forest. The northern and Southern tips of the island are enigmatically contrasting in nature. The southern tip is marked by sheltered coves and stretches of snad while the northern tip is quiet pebbly and relative much flatter.
Cres is simply irresistible. It gloats about the primeval forests, and a rough coastline with daunting cliffs. It also has many old towns which are perched on to the top of hills. Majestic panoramas are ensured from everywhere on the island irrespective of your location here.
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