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Treasure islands

More than 1200 Croatian islands are, just like ships carrying treasure, hiding thousands of stories about the beauty of nature, richness of culture and abundance of gastronomy. Croatian islands are special because of their number and the fact that they are highly indented, resembling pearls of the Mediterranean on a necklace adorning the Croatian coast. You can start discovering their many secrets here.


In the immediate vicinity of the island of Vis, just a few miles from the small fishing town of Komiza, you will find a little slice of heaven of the kind that only exists in the Adriatic, part of the Vis Archipelago UNESCO Global Geopark. Although Biševo is a very small island, considering its surface area of around 6 square kilometres, the island’s immense beauty is incredibly easy to fall in love with.


The island of Brač is the highest and the third largest island in the Adriatic Sea, a true micro-continent brimming with valuable cultural and historic heritage, breathtakingly beautiful nature, and stunning beaches.


As one of Croatia’s national parks, Brijuni are known as an oasis of peace. According to legend, the islands were formed when angels pieced together little pieces of heaven strewn across the land of Istria.

Drvenik Veli and Drvenik Mali

Off the beaten track, Drvenik is still living the Mediterranean Dream, with stone houses and pine, olive, and palm trees evoking the atmosphere of more peaceful, laid-back times.

Dugi Otok

On the south side of the island, just a stone’s throw away from the unique shapes and sculptures of Kornati National Park, you will find another masterpiece shaped by nature, Telašćica Nature Park.


Pristine secluded bays, ancient coastal towns, quaint villages in the interior, a wealth of sunlight, and the irresistible aromas of lavender, olives and wine – all of these assets have come together to form the pearl of the Adriatic, the island of Hvar, frequently topping the lists of the most beautiful islands in the world.


The island of Ilovik lies at the end of the Lošinj archipelago, cradled by the island of Lošinj. Due to its location, this Mediterranean gem on the border of the northern and central Adriatic is a great choice for boaters who want to explore the waters of Krk, Kornati, Rab, Pag, and other amazing landmarks in this part of Croatia.


Like an elegant ship, the island of Korčula sails some distant seas of its own, preserving its originality and spirit that has survived for thousands of years. The perfect combination of pristine landscapes and noble wilderness, wondrous cultural heritage and dynamic cuisine with superb local wines has turned this island into one of the most sought-after destinations in the Adriatic.