Guide > Beaches in Croatia

Saharun Beach on Dugi otok
Near the Veli Rat, on the northern part of Dugi otok lies the sandy beach Saharun. With its 800 m long, surrounded by pine forest with one crystal clear sea, on the other hand, during the day it is an ideal destination for romantic couples, older people and families with children. In the evening, Saharun changes its face and becomes a favorite gathering place for young people who organize beach parties in many bars and cafés that can take a long time to the night.

Sabuša Beach, Kukljica on the island of Ugljan
A beautiful sandy Sabuša beach is located 15-minute walk from Kukljica on the island of Ugljan. Although classified as a sandy beach, its shore is cemented and makes it ideal for sunbathing. Because of its shaded areas and shallow crystal clear sea, it is the perfect choice for families with children. If you are hungry after water volleyball, there is also a bistro with food and drinks, and all a bit bravely for a 10-minute walk will get to the naturist beach of Mala Sabuša where clothes are optional.

Zaton - sandy beach near Zadar
13 km west of Zadar lies the beautiful sandy beach of Zaton. Because of its crystal clear sea and quality arrangements this sandy beach is awarded with the Blue Flag. The sandy beach Zaton offers great opportunities for athletic activities such as tennis, picnics, volleyball, mini-golf and table tennis. The beach in Zaton is adapted for people with disabilities, and because of the surrounding of fun parks for children, water slides and catering facilities it is ideal for families with children.

Beach Sabunike near Nin and Zaton
Located 6 km from Nin and Zadar, the Sabunike beach is the right choice for families with children and those who want fun and sports. Several sandy beaches stretch in Sabunike and you will be able to enjoy crystal clear sea, as well as relaxing therapy with healing mud. Because of its position in the enchanting bay of Velebit breeze, Sabunika is ideal for sailing and surfing. On the beaches there are numerous shops, restaurants and pastry shops, and nature lovers will enjoy visiting the National Parks.

This picturesque small town was once the home of wine-growers, fishermen and sailors, and it remains the only coastal settlement on the southern side of the island of Bra─Ź. Visitors are attracted to Bol's white beaches, particularly Zlatni rat Beach, because of their vastness and beauty.  Zlatni rat Beach stretches almost vertically into the sea, changing its shape and location depending on the winds, as if it were made of liquid gold. Its elegance and allure have made it the symbol of both the island and coastal Croatia, being put on the front pages of prestigious global newspapers.