Top 5 beaches in Croatia that you must visit

Croatia is famous for sailing and beautiful weather. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations for yacht lovers. And where to rest when you are at the seaside? Only on the beach!

Plan your yacht charter Croatia today. Once you see it, you’ll always miss these beautiful beaches!

Sometimes even a sea dog must moor and discover the beauty of dry land. The YACHTIC.com crew will tell you which beaches you must visit during your cruise. Ready for sunbathing among the crystal clear water?

Červar-Porat, Istria

Červar-Porat is a resort with a beach about 1.5 kilometers away. Unlike a large part of Croatian beaches this one has a sandy surface so it is great for spending time with children. The beach is 500 meters from the resort center. Arriving there you can count not only on sea bathing but also on well-developed tourist infrastructure (restaurants, shops, bike paths).

Rabac, Istria

Another paradise for tourists! Rabac is a well-developed resort with atmospheric pubs, a beautiful promenade and summer houses. Residents who dealt exclusively with fishing until the nineteenth century, today fully devote themselves to tourism. Rabac offers several beaches – we recommend the rocky one which is surrounded by beautiful Croatian vegetation.

Copacabana, Dalmatia

Everyone who likes to have fun in the rhythm of club music has heard about this beach! Copacabana has bars that are full of dance and party life in the evening. However, during the day the beach is an attraction for both young singles and whole families. You can actively relax here, for example renting kayaks.

Banje, Dalmatia

Although Banje does not belong to the beaches whose infrastructure would be the best, it is a very popular beach located in the favorite city of tourists – Dubrovnik. It is located in the center of the city and it’s descent is rocky. On the beach you will find small food outlets, pedalos and beach equipment rentals. Everything you need to relax.

Paradise Beach, Rab

There is a reason for it’s name. Every year Paradise Beach receives a blue flag which is a symbol of clean water and high quality of services. It is sandy, has a gentle descent and a lot of attractions that will please everyone. You can eat well on the beach, rent umbrellas and sunbeds, play mini golf.

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