Explore the outstanding natural beauty embraced by Adriatic Sea! The coastline of Croatia, savage and preserved, offers excellent conditions of navigation, hiding lots of surprises. With its 5800 km of coastline, during these years made Croatia one of the top destinations for those who love to sail. The Croatian coastline together with its islands ranks among the most intricate indented coastlines in the world. There is a 1244 islands, islets, cliffs and reefs of which only 50 are inhabited. Some of the largest islands are Lošinj and Cres, Krk, Rab, Brač, Hvar, Vis, Korčula, Mljet. Croatia is one of the ecologically best preserved parts of Europe, blessed with outstanding natural beauty and it is a real pearl of the Balkan Peninsula with numerous historical parks, protected nature and national parks. Croatia offers absolutely all types of beaches: family beaches, tidy town beaches and modern beaches for walking and having fun. The most famous beach for fun and great time on the Island of Pag and it’s called the Adriatic Ibiza. Adriatic is one of the cleanest seas in Europe with a combination of characteristics that make it a wonderful haven for divers. The Adriatic is shallow, warm and salty. The seabed is either rocky, pebbly or sandy, and the water is so transparent that in some places you can see for 60 metres. There are no strong tides to contend with. Thanks to the forces of nature and of history there is a great deal to be discovered under the calm blue surface. So, if you want to have a unique holiday experience, we suggest you to charter a boat: it is possible to rent any kind of boat in Croatia, the marinas are modern and well organized and along the coastline you will be able to anchor your boat in small coves and little desert bays, far away from mass tourism.