Croatian beaches Even the most demanding photographer in search of ideal settings will stop in front of breathtaking sights so characteristic of the Croatian coast. The Croatian coast offers of a whole panoply of profoundly diverse beaches. They vary from white-pebbled beaches like „Baska“ on the island of Krk to rocky beaches covered with shiny crystals of sea salt that the Adriatic coast abounds in. There are also attractive and famous beaches like beach „Zrce“ on the island of Pag that bears the popular title of a „Croatian Ibiza“. On „Zrce“, spectacular night parties flow over uninterruptedly into daily leisure full of adrenaline. The beach „Zlatni rat“ in Bol on the island of Brac is a natural phenomenon having the shape of a triangle depending of the direction of the wind and the sea streaming. Poetically beautiful sandy beaches that create impressions of paradise are: the beach in Lopar at the island of Rab, the beach in Lumbarda and Orebic on the island of Korcula, the beach Kukljica on the island of Ugljan, the beaches on the island of Susak, Dugi Otok and many other locations. Croatia's „hidden jewels“ of natural oases and untouched nature are many isolated beaches in uninhabited valleys. They are a real challenge for tourists with an adventurous spirit. Lovers of naturism can experience their blending with nature on nudist beaches like those in Koversada and Valalta in Istria. Croatian islands Because of its extremely indented mediterranean coastline, as one of the most indented coastlines in the world, Croatia provides full justification for being called „the country of a thousand islands“. The number is even bigger if one takes in account all the small islands, cliffs, rocks and reefs. Krk, Cres and Losinj, Susak, Brijuni, Rab, Pag, Murter, Brac, Vis, Korcula, Lastovo, Mljet, Hvar, Kornati and many more are just a part of the big book of stories about the Croatian islands. Krk, as the biggest island on the Croatian coast, has kept all the features of an island inspite of the fact that its traffic has been linked with the mainland by a huge bridge. Being at the same time surrounded by the sea and connected to the mainland, gives the island of Krk a unique opportunity to justify its status of having a huge tourist attendance rate as well as a huge rate of rented rooms and apartments.