Why Croatia is the Ultimate Indie Travel Destination for Families

Public beaches

Croatian Beach
In some countries, the term ‘public beach’ often refers to a place you’d want to avoid. In neighboring Italy, for example, almost all the decent beaches seem to be attached to hotels.Not so in Croatia, with its communist legacy, where land is rarely privately owned. These wonderful, public beaches, often sheltered by the islands of the Adriatic, rarely face open sea, and the shallow water is great for smaller kids to paddle in. On islands like Losinj and Hvar, natural shade is provided by pine forests that stretch right down to the bay, and the walk back to the house is accompanied by the chirping of cicadas and the sweet scent of pine cones.

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