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Croatia's best sandy beaches


Mljet island

Mljet is the most rural of Croatia's islands. It's an island of forests and saltwater lakes, with one third of the island protected by national-park status. The southern coast has some excellent sandy beaches, and you can hire bikes and canoes for exploring.
Saplunara is a quiet seaside resort on the southeastern tip of the island Mljet. It is situated in a bay about one kilometer long, enclosed by a thick forest of pine. Saplunara is known for its sandy beaches, even its name comes from the Latin word sabalum meaning tiny sand. There are two sandy beaches, Big Saplunara and Small Saplunara.
Another, possibly even more beautuful sandy beach is located some 20 minutes walking from Saplunara in the BlaceBlace Bay. Isolated and away from populated places it faces south and open sea, but still is shielded by low cliffs. Beach is nearly 1 km long, surrounded by coronet of centenary pines and presents a shining example of primordial intact nature.
Blace is often visited by naturists.

Dubrovnik Tourist Board
Cvijete Zuzoric 1/II, p.p. 258
20000 Dubrovnik
Tel: +385 (0)20 323 887
Fax: +385 (0)20 323 725

Mljet National Park
Pristaniste 2
20 226 Govedjari
Tel: +385 (0)20 744 041
Fax: +385 (0)20 744 043

County tourist board Dubrovnik-Neretva
Cvijete Zuzoriæ 1/I
20001 Dubrovnik
Tel: +385 (0)20 324 999
Fax: +385 (0)20 324 224

Accommodation in Govedjari which is located inside the national park.
See offer also for Dubrovnik.



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