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5 Croatian Islands with most Beautiful Views

Croatian Islands of the Adriatic

Amazing sunsets and spectacular panoramas are something everyone wants to experience on their holiday. 

Croatian Islands within the Adriatic (click for map)Long-lasting memories can take you back to that exact moment in your holiday, and we want to guide you to some of the best views in the Croatian Islands.

If you’re an island-lover but want to mix it up a little and take your sight-seeing to the next level, we’ve got 5 of the best Croatian island viewpoints for you.

North of the Mediterranean, positioned between the east coast of Italy and the western shores of the European mainland sits the clear, blue Adriatic Sea. Nestled along the eastern shoreline of the Adriatic with stunning viewpoints that will blow your mind, we have 4 Islands in the Dalmatia Region and 1 in the Croatia Region to entice you! Let's take a look ...

Brač, Croatia

Let’s start with the best one! Brač island, where you can get to easily by jumping on a ferry from Split, has the highest peak of all Croatian islands! 

how beautiful is this ~ the Island of Brac, Croatia?The peak is called Vidova Gora and with its 780 metres of height, it offers you a unique view of the whole island of Brač, as well as of the Adriatic and neighbouring islands! Wanna hike to the top?

Locator: Take me to the beautiful white pebble beaches of Brac, Croatia and the Vidova Gora peak?

Hvar, Croatia

For anyone in or near Split, get ready to travel to Hvar

It’s important to know that Hvar has more than one amazing viewpoint. As it is filled with hills and ascents, you can make a full day trip hiking to the many viewpoints! 

from the island of Hvar, Croatia (click any pic to enlarge)Consider Španjolka, a famous fortress known as Fortica. You’ll be delighted with views of the Pakleni islands and the town of Hvar. Alternately, consider one of the many other south-facing locations along the southern cliff face of the island – you won’t be disappointed.

While visiting the hilltop fortress, we recommend you stop at the Panorama restaurant. Not only is the view from here spectacular, but if you make your reservation on time, you can catch the sunset while enjoying tasty food and warm atmosphere!

Locator: Take me to Hvar, Croatia and the Spanish Fortress, Španjolka.   

Korčula, Croatia

of the Island of Korcula, CroatiaAnother beautiful island with lots of viewing points along Croatia’s Dalmatia Region is Korčula Island. 

St. Anthony hill and the tower of St. Vlaho are two perspectives you shouldn’t skip! The view of the surrounding island is something you’re going to be amazed by. For those who want to see even more of Korčula Island, head out of Korčula town to visit Račišće, Cape Ražnjić, or the amazing panoramas of Hum Hill.

Locator: Take me to Korcula Island and the route between St. Anthony Hill and Hum Hill viewpoints.

Lošinj, Croatia 

the town of Mali Losinj, CroatiaIf you want a little bit more than just hiking to a viewpoint, there’s an amazing, unique and one-of-a-kind adventure is waiting for you in Mali Lošinj! 

Providenca, a very well-known lookout with panoramic walking route, designed the Apsyrtides, a 300-metre-long Educational trail with the Vidikovac Bar at the end. Excellent views of the surrounding islands and an amazing sunset experience.

Along the way, your walking trail lets you see and read about the island from photographs and texts presented. 

Locator: Take me to Providenca on the Croatian Island of Losinj.

Kornati islands, Croatia 

some of the many Kornati Islands, CroatiaBetween Zadar and Šibenik, 109 islands, islets, craggy rocks and reefs have found their place and merged into the Kornati islands. Of those 109 islands, about 80 have been wrapped into Kornati National Park

A real paradise for sailors exploring the Dalmatia Region, the Kornati islands are mostly uninhabited, which creates a unique opportunity for exploring secluded coves and small beachlets – with white sand bottoms under the clear Adriatic waters where you can see the bottom even in deep water! An amazing diving location too!

the Kornati Islands, CroatiaOn the highest peak Metlina, you can enjoy the view of the entire archipelago, which makes climbing the 237 metres of hike worth it! But it’s a dry, hot hike in the blazing sun so prepare accordingly with lots of fluids and a hat.

Locator: Take me to Kornati National Park within the Kornati archipelago of islands.

For those who love exploring Croatia’s many islands with their amazing views and vistas, consider one of the many tours in and around the islands of Croatia. Check out options from Viator Tours, GetYourGuideShore Excursion Group and see what Tripadvisor customers rank as the best.

Have you had the opportunity to explore Croatia’s beautiful coastal islands as they sit nestled in the Adriatic’s clear, blue waters? Have you found a view that stirs your memory, maybe a spectacular sunset? We’d love to hear. Drop a comment below or connect with us through one of our channels – Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

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