The Guardian’s Kathryn Tomasetti chooses the 10 best small islands in Croatia.
If you’re looking for an alternative option to the well-known and overloaded islands such as Hvar and Brač, then British daily newspaper The Guardian has just saved the day.
For those of you itching to explore the smaller Adriatic islets that are sparsely populated, little visited, good for boat rides, walking trails, beaches, and a dose of culture, The Guardian has named 10 of the best up and down Croatia’s coastline on July 3, 2017.
Are you in Dubrovnik and trying to escape the crowds? Head to Lopud. Do your feet hurt from the pebbles and are you on the hunt for sand? Make the journey north to Susak. Want to adventure on a car-free, hotel-free, and bike-free paradise this summer? Book a holiday on Silba.
The 10 best small islands in Croatia, according to The Guardian, are:
Lopud, Sveti Nikola, Veliki Brijun, Susak, Silba, Kornat, Šolta, Sveti Klement, Biševo, and Proizd.
You can read the full article here.