Three Croatian beaches on Europe’s 40 best list
The British daily The Guardian has published its list of the 40 most beautiful beaches in Europe as summer approaches.
Once again, Croatian beaches have been singled out and included among stunning European beaches.
This year, The Guardian included three Croatian beaches on the list.
Located in Mali Lošinj on the island of Lošinj, Krivica is a pebble beach surrounded by a pine forest. As The Guardian writes:
“Perhaps it’s the fact that you have to walk on a rocky path for 30 minutes – and back again – that makes the pebble beach of Krivica so special. The reward is clear, deep turquoise water in a sheltered bay lined with pine trees, with only sailboats in the narrow channel for company.
Divna Square, Pelješac
Divna definitely earns her spot on the list. Located on the northern coast of the Pelješac peninsula, the crystal clear sea of Divna makes you want to dive. The beach is surrounded by hills covered with pine trees, which makes it even more special.
Mlini, Pakleni Island
“Those visiting Hvar and fancy a change of scenery should take a water taxi to Mlini Cove on Pakleni Island of Marinkovac. There’s a wonderfully laid-back air to this pine-scented pebble beach, with loungers for hire and a beachfront restaurant,” writes The Guardian.
The three Croatian beaches have joined great beaches in Greece, Italy, Spain, Portugal and other places in Europe.
You can see all the beaches on the list HERE.