Croatia

The Country of a Thousand Islands

CROATIA ISLANDS

Pag Island in Croatia

Pag is the fifth largest island on the Croatian coast, and the island with the longest coastline. The largest town in Pag is called Pag Town, and has a population of about 8000. The island has an area of 305 kilometers and a coastline of 302 kilometers. It is around 60 kilometers long and between 2 and 10 kilometers wide. The northwestern coast of the island is steep and high, the southwestern is low, and most of the island is rocky and covered with shrubs. Agriculture thrives here, with many olive groves and other fruits and vegetables grown.

Most areas of this island are connected by well-maintained roads, and a 300 meter-long arch bridge connects this island to the mainland. This island is often called the Ibiza of Croatia, and comes alive at night with a party subculture. Pag is also famous for it's cheese and lace.



Rab

RAB, the Island of Sunshine, the Sea and Beauty, is one of the greenest islands covered with fragrant pine forests. More...

Pag

One of the most unusual island and famous for its sheep's cheese and lace-making! More...

The Kornati Islands

This archipelago consists of 140 islands and declared a National Park because of its natural beauty and crystal clear blue waters. More... .

Brac

Has one of the most beautiful beaches on the Adriatic coast. Brac is one of the easiest islands to get to. More... .

Hvar

The sunniest island in the whole of the Adriatic - if it snows during your stay, your accommodation is free! More...

Vis

The most westerly of all the Croatian islands and rich in fisch, lobsters and domestic wines. More...

Korcula

Famous for its thick dense forest, the island was nicknamed Black Korcula by the ancient Greeks. More...

Mljet

The wonderfully enchanting National Park and one of the most beautiful of the Croatian islands. More...

The Elaphite Islands

Beautifully untouched islands near Dubrovnik. Only three islands in the whole Elaphite archipelago are inhabited. More...