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Vis island - small but it can be described as cosy and intimate island, perfect for a lovers' couple. Old towns of Vis and Komiza picturesquely located in deep bays attract tourist by their charming arhitecture and inimitable atmosphere. Vis island is a fishing area as well as the local centre of wine-production. It is a place for people longing calm relaxing while sunbathing and doing nothing as well as for those who look for active ways of spending holidays. Vis island offers parachute-sailing, riding, walking in nature and diving. It is a attractive corner of the earth with plentiful natural beauties (long sandy beaches, crystal clear water, unique flora and fauna and mild climate).
Brac Island is located close to Split. It is one of the bigger islands of the Central Dalmatia. Although it is situated in close vicinity to Split, it is not so popular among celebrities so visitors can enjoy authentic island life. There is also a possibility to take on scuba diving, taste the Brac's olive oil and ascend the highest peak on the Adriatic islands -Vidova Gora (778m). Brac Island is famous for two things: white stone which was used to build e.g. Diocletian's Palace and Zlatni Rat – the beach near Bol offering ideal conditions for windsurfers. Visitors can discover small charming villages, explore the Dragon’s Cave, admire a hauntingly strange monastery built into a cliff and crammed with murals of monastic life.
To the west of the Brac island, there is located Solta island. It is a good choise for those people who look for tranquil and quite place. Solta offers wonderful corners unspoilt by crowds of tourists, authentic local amtosphere, delicious food and nice area for walking. Altough Solta’s highest peak is only 238m, you can admire a scenic 360-degree sea view. You can rent a bicycle and explore this island pedaling through slighty hilly terrain. The biggest spot of Solta island is Maslinica offering fantatic sunset, charming architecture and hostility.
Hvar is the longest and the sunniest Croatian island and one of the most beautiful islands in the world. Old settlements are located there, such as Stari Grad (4th c.) with ancient and medieval architecture, museums, monastery and more. Island of Hvar offers many beautiful beaches, possibilities to spend time actively, delicious fresh food, all-night parties, and much more.

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