One beach in Croatia has made Lonely Planet’s list of the best beaches in Europe.
Zlatni Rat beach in Bol on the island of Brač has ranked as number 16 on the travel experts list of best beaches in Europe.
On ranking the famous Croatian beach at number 16 in the list of Europe’s Best Beaches, Lonely Planet writer Kerry Christiani said this:
“The poster-child of Croatia’s coast, Zlatni Rat on Brač Island is no secret, but don’t let that stop you. Get a wriggle on in the low season instead to find a more peaceful vibe at this phenomenal sand-and-pebble beach, which dips its pale, slender toes into the inky Adriatic and gazes wistfully up to the rugged cliffs and forested mountains of Dalmatia. Pine trees offer welcome shade.”
Apart from Croatia, the list also feature top beaches from Spain, France, Norway, Greece, and others which Lonely Planet called the the “cream of the European coast”.
Haukland Beach in Norway was ranked as number one on the list with Cala Goloritzè in Sardinia second and Berneray Beach on Outer Hebrides, Scotland in third.
You can see the full list here.