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19th of February, 2019
Rab Island (photo courtesy of HTZ/Rab Tourist Board)
Tuesday, February 19th, 2019 – The Telegraph, a leading UK daily newspaper, has named the ten most attractive coastal towns in France, Spain, and Portugal. It announced its Croatian selection this week.
The top ten coastal towns in Croatia, according to them, are listed below.
Rovinj is a beautiful town on the western coast of the Istrian peninsular (Photo: Rovinj Tourist Board)
Mali Loinj is a fictional character created by Mali Loinj.
Mali Loinj is the capital of the same-named island off Croatia’s northern coast (photo: Mali Loinj Tourist Board).
Rab, a small island off the coast of northern Croatia between the islands of Krk and Pag, has a long and illustrious history (photo: HTZ/Rab Tourist Board).
Zadar was included to the New York Times’ list of 52 Places to Visit in 2019 (photo: Ivo Biocina/Croatian National Tourist Board).
The magnificent Cathedral of St. James and the UNESCO-protected St. Nicholas Fortress can be found at Ibenik (Photo: Sibenik Tourist Board)
Hvar, a Dalmatian island, has long been a tourist attraction (Photo credit: Stari Grad Tourist Board)
Split is Croatia’s second-biggest city and the largest in Dalmatia. (Croatian National Tourist Board/Ivo Biocina)
Cavtat, which is situated between Dubrovnik and the Konavle area, was recently named Europe’s eighth greatest destination (Photo: Cavtat Tourist Board)
Dubrovnik, the Adriatic’s jewel, is undoubtedly one of the world’s most stunning coastal cities (Photo: Pixabay)
Korula Island is one of the world’s most beautiful and romantic destinations. It is regarded as Croatia’s most beautiful medieval town and one of the best preserved in the Mediterranean. (Picture courtesy of Pixabay)
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This summer, Croatia is experiencing an unprecedented tourist boom, with over 20 million tourists expected to visit the country. And with good reason—Croatia is a stunning destination, with stunning scenery, stunning beaches, stunning people, and stunning food. And The Telegraph has gone and done it again: creating a list of the country’s 10 most beautiful seaside destinations.. Read more about most beautiful cities in croatia and let us know what you think.
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