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To see, to visit Islands in Croatia

Beatifull islands of Croatia : Hvar, Brac, Korcula,Vis, and so much …little beach, small village in stone, walls around olive trees…

Mljet island

it is the largest island of the Dubrovnik area. This island has retained a large area of ​​wilderness.

Forests cover almost 70% of the island. All west part of the island is the National Park Mljet. You will have access by boat on the island, the ideal is to drive to the Peljesac peninsula and take the ferry (2 hours crossing) to Trstenik. Or the ferry to Dubrovnik for Sobra.
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Korcula island

Guests have access to the island by a ferry of 20 minutes, no more. Immediately you will see the foot of the beautiful medieval city of Korcula called "little Dubrovnik". 

Many painters near the sea will propose their paintings. Inside the city, the fortifications are very nice , St Mark's Cathedral, the cathedral treasury, the city museum and the house of Marco Polo.......
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Island of Brac

Located at 3:15 of Dubrovnik, or 2 hours from Pakostane (Zadar), we will visit the island on the road between Split and Dubrovnik.

Stop at Makarska and take the ferry to Sumartin. Or take the ferry from Split (more expensive).

This island is beautiful, you'll love the country roads on the top of the hill overlooking the island, sea view from 2 sides of the road, beautiful, untouched nature, small villages of stone, beautiful stone villas with swimming pool,small fishing villages

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Hvar island

68 km long and only 11 km wide (in some places it is not more than 5 km wide), Hvar is the most beautiful island in the Adriatic coast.

Covered with lavender, pine, wild hills, wild scrub, lonely coves and difficult to access, this island will make you dreaming. You will hear that this is the island of the jet set. But this describes only the very west part of the island: the old town of Hvar. The rest of the island is really remained authentic, we feel that efforts were made to rebuild the stone walls of villages and abandoned. ...

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L'île de Vis

15 ans que je suis en Croatie et je n'étais jamais allée sur l'île de Vis !! Et bien ce fût inoubliable !! S'il y une île que vous devez voir, c'est bien Vis et sa grotte bleue ! Seule obligation : y dormir une nuit à cause des horaires des bateaux ! 

Nous sommes donc partis un mardi et avons pris le bateau de la Jadrolinija à 11h à Split. Arrivée à Vis à 13h30. (horaires ici ) Le loueur de voiture nous attendait à la descente du bateau (éviter U.O. Vedrana qui a des voitures pourries !). Liste des loueurs ici.  On loue une voiture car celà coute moins cher que la traversée en bateau (50 euros allé pour la voiture). Il est très courant de louer une décapotable pour faire le tour de l'île ou un scooter. De suite, nous sommes allé à la plage de Srebrna ......

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