10 best Croatian beaches – the best spots to drop your anchor - Part 2
So we continue with the list of our top beaches in Croatia. These beauties will make you go "
Saplunara, Mljet Island
If you want to experience untouched natural beauty and the peaceful setting of this National Park you are sailing in the right place. We can take you exploring
Lumbarda, Korcula island
On the east side of the island of Korcula lies the village of Lumbarda. The pebble and sand beaches in this area attract tourists from all over the world. You can enjoy the local white wine of exceptional quality, called “Grk”, in the local restaurants and cafes on the “Bilin Zal” and “Przina” beach.
Close to the northern tip of Dugi Otok Island (Long Island) lies
Cikat bay, Mali Losinj Island
If you are interested to see a place that at the same time is a bay, a peninsula, and a cape than we will take you here. Hidden from the wind and curious eyes, lies this beautiful bay.
Lubenice bay, Cres Island
On the western part of Cres Island lies the bay of Lubenice (eng. watermelon). The beach of Sveti Ivan lies under the Lubenice village, and at the first sight of the beach, you will notice crystal clear turquoise water, small pebbles that are gradually becoming smaller and smaller until they are almost like sand. Even their size is perfect! Not too big to stick to you (or your towel) but small enough not to disturb you during your relaxation. The beach is a perfect example of nature's splendor. But nothing so beautiful comes without a price, right? At least for those who decide to walk to it. But for you, our guests, we will lay our anchor so you can enjoy every minute of your stay. And if you would like to change the beach, some 5 minutes further there is the Blue grotto beach (Zanja), that we will make sure you don’t miss.
If you would like to visit the only natural sandy beach in the Kornati Archipelago, make sure when you book your boat (yacht, catamaran, motor boat or gulet) to let us know you want to come here. The beach is situated on the southwest side of the island Levrnaka. The central part of this bay is mostly covered with pebbles and a rocky coast. The sea bottom is covered with silver colored sand, that you just cannot stop staring at. On the island, there are just two restaurants. The hill above the beach has a fantastic view and it would be a shame not to visit it during your sailing trip.