Croatian Pasjaca Beach Ranks Highly Once Again

Lauren Simmonds

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June the 13th, 2023 – We all know that Croatian beaches have very few competitors in terms of beauty, and the gorgeous Croatian Pasjaca beach has made yet another list of the most popular.

As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, it has always been popular to rank things, especially in the tourism industry, and it seems to be the turn of Croatian beaches to shine yet again. The best 50 in the world were selected, among which (only) one domestic one – the Croatian Pasjaca beach, was listed.

The most accurate list ever compiled?

The latest research that tried to give an answer and find the best parts of this glorious planet for swimming was published on the World’s 50 Best Beaches page, reports Punkufer. In order to come to order, they engaged more than 750 tourism journalists, experts and influencers. The site claims that it is “without a doubt the most accurate list of beaches ever compiled”. A bold claim.

Naturally, we’re raising an eyebrow or two at that claim, because we’re absolutely convinced that there could be a few more Croatian beaches in the Top 50. Still, the ”most accurate list of beaches ever compiled” has only listed the Croatian Pasjaca beach in Konavle among the stars, which came in at 39th place. We wonder if they’ve ever heard of Zlatni rat or Sunj, and that’s naming just two of the most glaringly obvious.

Australia leads with Lucky Bay Beach

The list of the best beaches on Earth is headed by Lucky Bay Beach in Western Australia. This five kilometre long beach is famous for its white sand and stunning turquoise water, and is also a great place for snorkelling, canoeing and watching kangaroos jumping along on the sand.

The Seychelles and the Phillippines, of course…

Next on the list comes Anse Source D’Argent in the Seychelles, which gained recognition for its stunning granite cliffs, followed by Hidden Beach, a small cove in the Philippines that can only be reached by boat.

There are only two European beaches in the Top 10, which is rather bizarre (one being up in Iceland, the other down in Greece).


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