The extraordinary Dalmatian archipelago – island properties in Croatia

The extraordinary Dalmatian archipelago – island properties in Croatia

European tourists who visit Croatia at least once declare that they will soon return to the Dalmatian coast. This country is extremely popular and is considered one of the most beautiful corners of southern Europe. What makes Croatia a tourist paradise? First of all, the unique coast, one of a kind, which offers a number of attractions for the whole family. Some holidaymakers fall in love with this place and decide to buy real estate in Croatia. Fascinated by the beauty of the local natural phenomena, they often choose one of the Croatian islands of the Dalmatian archipelago as their future holiday home.

The Dalmatian coast – the only one of its kind in the whole world

Croatia owes its tourist popularity to its unique coast known as the Dalmatian Coast. The name is rightly associated with the spotted breed of dogs, because the islands that make up the archipelago resemble patches scattered across the vastness of the Adriatic Sea. This phenomenon was caused by the flooding of mountains located parallel to the coastline. Thus, the coast consists of over 1,240 islands and islets and the bays that wash them. The irregular and varied coastal part of Croatia attracts tourists by offering unforgettable aesthetic experiences. Due to the great interest in the island lifestyle, people visiting Croatia take advantage of cruises around the bay, visiting the sites of the Dalmatian archipelago. The largest are inhabited and offer prospects for real estate investment in Croatia.

Islands offering real estate in Croatia

Of the over 1,240 islands, 66 are inhabited and are characterized by magnificent buildings. The largest ones offer properties for sale, which, due to their location, may prove to be a profitable investment. Brač, Hvar, Krk and Vis, adjacent to the coastline, are the most popular choice among future property owners. Brač is one of the larger mountainous islands in the central part of the Croatian coast, the most famous town there is Bol. This resort boasts the wonderful Zlatni Rat (Golden Horn) beach, which is located perpendicular to the coast. This feature is considered unusual and it happened as a result of the action of sea currents. Moreover, the shape of the beach may change depending on the winds and waves. The island of Hvar is a real gem among thrill-seeking tourists. It is sometimes called the lavender island because of the lavender that grows there, which accompanies the Mediterranean vegetation found there. What distinguishes the island is its abundant sunshine, which makes it a popular destination even in winter. The largest town from which the island takes its name is Hvar. There is the oldest theater in Europe here, although the city became famous mainly as a seaside tourist resort. The slightly cooler island of Krk, located in northern Croatia, is the largest island in the Dalmatian archipelago. Although the weather here can be changeable and average temperatures are lower compared to the southern part of the coast, Krk is quite a popular tourist center. It is connected to the mainland by a bridge and is therefore more willingly visited by holidaymakers traveling around the country. The town of Baška with its clean pebbly beach is considered the main tourist center on the island. The properties available here are distinguished by a majestic view of the promenade and the historic old town. The ninth largest Croatian island, Vis, is approximately 50 km away from Split, from where it can also be reached by ferry. It is therefore the most isolated inhabited island in Croatia. This fact and the fact that it was inaccessible to foreigners for a long time (from World War II until Croatia gained independence) was “used” by the local nature, which endowed this piece of land with unique species of fauna and flora.

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