Islands tours

Croatia is one of the most beautiful countries which abounds with 1244 islands, islets, cliffs and ridges. Because of that number of islands, the Croatian coast is the most elaborate coastline in the world. One of the most visited (most famous and the biggest) will be mentioned below.

Only 50 islands are inhabited, but all that amount of islands attracts adventurers and travelers from all the world. Many of bigger and inhabited islands abounds with amazing architecture and history. Very famous is stone from island Brač, which is embedded in the most beautiful architectural structures in the Europe but in the world too. Island like Kornati, Brijuni and Pakleni otoci, are not that inhabited and they don't abound with architectural structures, but they are amazing decoration to Adriatic sea.






Hvar is a city full of historical heritage and with the Europe oldest theater. The city is nestled on the southwestern coastline of the island in a beautiful cove protected by the Pakleni Islands. Today, the town of Hvar with its rich and tempestuous history is one of the most visited locations and must-see destinations on the Adriatic tourist map.

The Hvar Theater, the European oldest theater; the Fortress; the City Loggia; the Cathedral and the Franciscan monastery are just some of the sights that will seduce you with their beauty and take you back in time when Venice, Austrian Empire or Napoleon ruled this area. But the monuments are not the only thing that makes Hvar special.

Besides the above mentioned, elongated harbor reaching for the sea and the Pakleni Islands, the unique and agreeable healing climate, many beaches, restaurants, and clubs give this island a century and a half long rich tradition in tourism.


The capital city of the island Korčula is located along the eastern coastline of the island. It is a beautiful example of archeologically preserved, fortified medieval town.

It is built on a small island with a total area of 3 hectares and was only later connected with the island mainland. The island of Korčula is one of the greenest islands in the Adriatic Sea, with abundant vineyards and olive groves. Its southern coast is formed by small beaches and quiet coves.



The island of Vis is a place hiding the splendor of the clear waters, the protected underworld, the rich sunken vessels and the miraculous views of sea flora and fauna.

An archeological find, the collection Issa, holds a number of valuable finds, including the inscription by the hero Calius from the 4the century BC, the bronze head of Aphrodite or Artemis from the Praxitelean circle and collections of vases.



The Island of Šolta is situated near Split, with only 9 nautical miles of distance. Island Šolta abounds with christal clear sea, numorous pebble beaches not busy with bathers, with realistic and affordable prices and amazing nature.

Stone houses, yards, alleys and stairs up the nearby hills, are interwoven by the harmonious architecture into the sides of a deep gulf at the bottom of which is the old core of the place.



For many tourists, the Island of Mljet is just one of the islands lost on the sea horizon, as it can be rather hard to get reach.

But do not let this amazing landscapes described in the stories of Odysseus, Saint Paul and the Benedictine monks and the most endangered sea mammal species, the Mediterranean Monk Seal (Monachus monachus hermann) remain unexplored secret for you.



In the central part of the Croatian Adriatic, at the touching point of islands of Sibenik and Zadar, there is situated a separate and in many ways special group of islands called Kornati.

For the exquisite beauty of its landscape, interesting geomorphology, great indebtedness of the coastal line and especially rich bio enosis of the costal ecosystem, a larger part of the Kornati archipelago was declared a National Park in 1980.

Today the National Park "Kornati" covers an area of around 220 km2 and includes 89 islands, islets and rocks in total with about 238 km of coastal line. In spite of this relatively big number of islands, the continental part of the park makes less than ¼ of the total area, while the rest is maritime ecosystem.



Island Pag is fifth island in Croatia by size. The symbol of the island is the famous cheese from Pag acknowledged as one of the best in the world, and very famous, lamb meat and lace, salt and white wine žutica. Pag is very famous for its beaches an plenty of young travelers.

Noisy youthful entertainment in the north of the island in Zrće Cove and the famous Pag Festival, because of this, Pag is top destination and center of summer entertainment.