Islands

The Croatian coastline, along with its islands, ranks among the most intricately indented coastlines in the world. Of 1244 islands, islets, cliffs and reefs that have remained following the dramatic rise in the level of the Adriatic Sea around 13000 years B.C., today only 50 are inhabited. This wealth of islands and islets attracts adventurous travellers from all over the world. Many island towns please the senses with their beautiful architecture and atmosphere, by their monuments dating from Antiquity, works of art in stone, wood, on canvas and on ancient parchments. The Adriatic lighthouses – those signposts of stone and guardians of the sea – are mostly automated, only about 15 of them still being manned.

Dalmatia

Aerial view, Lumbarda, Korčula

Dalmatia

Aerial view, Mljet National Park

Dalmatia

Bridge connecting town of Trogir and Island of Čiovo

Dalmatia

Camp, Obonjan

Dalmatia

Harbour, Zlarin

Istria

Pine Trees, Brijuni National Park

Istria

Aerial view, Brijuni Islands, Brijuni National Park

Istria

Deer grazing, Brijuni National Park

Kvarner and the Highlands

Mainland view on the Krk bridge

Dalmatia

Abandoned military tunnel, remaining from the Yugoslav National Army

Kvarner and the Highlands

Aerial view on the town of Mali Lošinj and Island of Lošinj

Kvarner and the Highlands

Aerial view on the south side of the Island of Krk

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