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Do I hear you sigh already? Or what actually is a beach? If this is the definition of a beach, I assure you — you can do this at pretty much every inch of the Croatian coast. With the 1, km long mainland, 1, islands and god-only-knows because god created it so gorgeous how many bays, inlets and alcoves, there is a whopping 4, km long stretch where you can meet the divine. I mean dip your toes into the Adriatic sea. Of course they would be. They have been advertised as the best, disclosed on a map and photographed ad nauseum by professional marketers, travel bloggers and us common folk.
Unless you search them out in the off-season May-June; September-October , your intimate encounter with the sea will turn into a raucous throng. Watch out… this is my towel, you idiot… keep it down… get your kids under control, that fool splashed all over me….
I take back my word if a beach has the blue flag for excellence. These will never disappoint. You can find them listed here. As the season heats up, the pristine white pebbles soon get soiled with cigarette butts or pieces of broken glass. So watch where you tread bare-foot. Even if there is natural shade, you might have to fight for that perfect spot: legs in the sun, head in the shade. German tourists are famously hated for waking up earlier than everyone else and claiming the best spots with their towels.
The best cure for those towel-pushers is the naturally changing angle of the sun! Best Croatian beaches are usually located outside residential areas. After all, they are famous for their unspoilt wilderness. Prepare to drive to reach them. Then prepare to pay for parking: KN per hour or KN for a day ticket. Nothing beats slumping in a cushy lounger and fixing your gaze on the blue horizon, with the only disturbance in the form of a waiter bringing you that dew-covered cocktail.
Oh, and the other one in the form of the ensuing receipt! Everything you consume at a beach bar, cafe or restaurants will be more expensive than in a nearby town. You pay for the atmosphere, and sometimes there is no price too high for it. You also pay for the facilities that are harder to set up on a beach. Electricity in pristine wilderness?