Published on : Saturday, July 8, 2017
To unwind yourself from the busy schedule, fly to Croatia. Croatia has many small isles which are the cynosure to the global tourists. Here are the 6 best islands which are ready to welcome you for a weekend.
Lopud is a small island covered with deep-blue waters and away from the overcrowded city life. The panoramic views of the mountains and the sea front promenade allure the tourists. Another attraction of Lopud is the Sutvrač Fort. The waterside restaurants, diminutive boutiques and ice-cream shops in northern Bay make the place lively.
It is the northernmost island blanketed with the pine forests. The beach of Sveti Nikola has the stretch of 2km with the crystal clear waters, suitable for scuba diving and snorkelling.
These islands were the summer retreat of former Yugoslav president Tito. After his death, the archipelago of Brijuini Islands was designated as a National Park. These islands are popular to the weekenders in Croatia. These islands have the tourist attractions like dinosaur footprints, archaeological ruins of Roman Empire, ornithological park and an 18-hole golf course.
Susak is an entirely a sandy destination in Croatia. Located in Kvarner Bay and south-east of the Istrian peninsula, Susak is mostly formed of fine sands laid on the limestone rock base. It is a popular destination in the summer times among the people of US. Susak is best for its traditional cuisines with a unique blend of Italian, Croatian, Austrian, and Mediterranean cooking.
Silba offers the tranquil atmosphere and it is a hotel-free area so that it is the land without any urban population. Silba was once ruled by the Republic of Venice until the mid-19th century. This serene little small piece of land sits an hour-and-a-half’s catamaran ride from Zadar. Silba is a hotspot for the snorkelling and scuba diving.
Kornat is bundled with the sage, olive and fig trees. The main island of Kornat is strictly protected, as are its waters. The boatmen are charged a fee to visit (from €32 a day, depending on the size of the vessel). The silence of this place makes mind blowing to the visitor for a weekend tour.