There are numerous beautiful beaches in Croatia, but only seven of them are mentioned in the interesting article by the Mirror, titled Best beaches in Croatia you'll want to add to your bucket list right now. Good news to all Dubrovnik lovers – two of them are in our beautiful city.
Mirror writes that holidays in Croatia have fast become a summer break staple, all thanks to Game of Thrones filming, breathtaking cities and spectacular scenery.
-It's Croatia's picture-perfect coast that's also proven a hit with holidaymakers, from the mainland shores filled with picturesque beaches and bays to the idyllic islands that can be found just a short boat ride away – states the article, adding that most of the beaches aren't sandy, but consist of pebbles and shingles, but numerous visitors still enjoy them and the glorious scenery.
Their article is truly a travel inspiration and their choice of beaches in Dubrovnik is… (drumrolls) – Banje Beach and Sveti Jakov. We can't help but notice that both of them have amazing views, so you can look at the Old City and Lokrum while you are sunbathing. It was surely one of the reasons why the Mirror decided to put them on the list.
Banje Beach is placed second on the list of seven beaches.
-As well as exploring the breathtaking Old Town of Dubrovnik, you may want to make space on the itinerary for Banje Beach, where you'll find everything from upscale bars and beach clubs to families enjoying a picnic on towels on the shore. Because of its close proximity to the city the beach can get quite busy, but it's well worth it for the incredible views you'll get of Dubrovnik, not to mention if you take a boat tour you can spot some of the eye-catching islands – explains the Mirror.
Sveti Jakov is on the fourth place of the list.
-One of the more well-known beaches amongst holidaymakers, Sveti Jakov is still a little less crowded than hotspots such as Banje Beach.There's a restaurant if you want to dine with a view, and although it's a pebble beach it's fine enough to lie out and soak up the rays - not to mention the turquoise waters are perfect for swimming! – states the article.
If you want to see the whole list, visit the original article here.