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Croatian Beach Tops Europe’s Most Beautiful for 2016

Stiniva beach, Vis (photo credit: sailweekcroatia)

Stiniva beach, Vis (photo credit: sailweekcroatia)

Stiniva beach on the Croatian island of Vis has been voted the best beach in Europe for 2016 by more than 10,000 travellers…

Popular European travel portal European Best Destinations recently asked travellers to vote for the best beaches in Europe for 2016 with the hidden Stiniva beach topping the list.

Stiniva, which was rated by travellers on Trip Advisor as Vis’ number one attraction, is located on the southern side of the coast near the village Marina Zemlja. A narrow bath leads you to the beach. The small pebbly beach, hidden with high and narrow rocks in stunning nature, is a perfect spot to relax and of course for a selfie or two.

Stiniva beach (photo credit: sailweekcroatia)

Stiniva beach (photo credit: sailweekcroatia)

Some absolutely stunning beaches were also on Europe’s Most Beautiful Beaches 2016 list, including, Tossa de mar in Spain, Berlanga island in Portugal, Cala Acciarino in Corsica and Greece’s Kavalikefta beach. Check out the full list here.

 

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