The Croatian island of Rab claims to be the birthplace of modern skinny-dipping.
In 1936, King Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson obtained permission from city authorities to bathe naked in the inlet of Kandalora, and people have been doing the same on the island’s beaches ever since.
Highlight: The sea remains shallow even half a kilometer out, making it an ideal place for novice swimmers, wrote CNN. Check out the list here, which is topped by Grande Anse Beach, La Digue Island in the Seychelles and see if you agree.
The whole island of Korčula, especially the settlements of Smokvica and Čara, boasts a tradition of viticulture and winemaking dating back to the time of the ancient Greeks. There is lots of evidence, including a two and a half thousand-year-old presser next to an old winery, and the remains of old Greek summerhouses, in front...