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Business Insider: ’14 Gorgeous Croatian Beaches to Visit’

Stiniva_beachMore excellent promotion for Croatia ahead of the start of the summer tourism season. This time it has come in the form of an article on one of the world’s leading websites…

Leading American business and tech website Business Insider, which has over 6 million monthly visitors and is ranked the 193rd busiest website in the world, have published an article this week titled ’14 gorgeous photos of beaches in Croatia’.

“Because of its location near the Adriatic Sea, Croatia is home to a variety of stunning beaches with clear blue waters. Whether it’s Dubrovnik’s well-known central beach or Vis Island’s secluded Stiniva Beach that’s hidden between two rocky cliffs, each beach has its own unique beauty. You’ll want to book a trip to Croatia after seeing these gorgeous photos,” writes Business Insider, tempting their readers to visit Croatian shores this summer with their selection of stunning photos with the article.

Here are the 14 they selected.

1.Mošćenička Draga


2. Brela Beach


3. Dubrovnik’s central beach

4. Baška Beach (Krk)

5. Kraljičina beach (Nin)


6. Sveti Jakov Beach (Dubrovnik)


7. Omis Beach


8. Prapratno Beach (Pelješac)


9. Zlatni Rat beach (Brač)


Tourism makes up a huge part of Croatia's GDP

10. Stiniva beach (Vis)


Stiniva beach on Vis (wikimedia)

11. Dubrovnik Sea Cave beach


12. Blace beach (Suplanara bay)


13. Slunj beach (Lopad)

14. Odysseus’s cave (Mljet)








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