Vis has been listed as best for: back to nature. -For years closed to foreigners, the Croatian island of Vis remains blissfully unspoilt. Visitors arrive by sailing boat, lured by peaceful turquoise coves, authentic seafood eateries and organic vines – it’s explained in the article.
Mljet is described as best for: peace and quiet with teens. -The pine forested island of Mljet has just 1,088 residents. Visited mainly by daytrippers, peace reigns here once the last excursion boat leaves at 4 pm. One third of the island is a national park with two turquoise lakes surrounded by dense woodland, criss-crossed by hiking paths – the Telegraph says about Mljet, with some recommendations on things to do, such as cycling around the lakes, stopping for a swim, visiting St. Mary islet, etc.
Brac is listed as best for: sporty and independent teens. -Zlatni Rat beach in Bol is a blissful strip of fine pebble, lapped by turquoise sea on two sides, and it’s perfect place for sporty teens who prefer to do their own thing rather than stay at an all-inclusive resort – it’s explained in the article with some extra advices how to spend a family holiday on Brac.
Last but not the least is Hvar, described as best for: trendy teens. -Glamorous Hvar conjures up images of a Venetian hilltop fortress, purple lavender fields, superyachts, pricey seafood restaurants and celebrities (the likes of Beyonce and Daniel Craig). Despite the hype, it’s still a place where families are well catered for – writes The Telegraph. For more details visit the original article.