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With nearly 1200 islands scattered down the Croatian coastline, you have to make a choice! The top ten islands listed below are all easily accessible by regular ferry, have plenty of accommodation possibilities and are noted for their extraordinary beauty. (See a photo gallery of Croatian Islands)

Hvar Island
Hvar harbour
World-class Hvar is making onto everybody's Top Ten list. It's lush and green with lavender growing in the hills; the Venetian-inspired Hvar Town has become a required stop for global trendsetters. Read more.

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Korcula Island
Korcula Island
Hvar's nearest rival, rugged Korcula also has a coast indented with coves and hideaways plus Korcula Town filled with Venetian architecture. Read more.

Mljet Island
Mljet Island
Still in Southern Dalmatia, enchanting Mljet is a great getaway that stars two inland lakes. There are few hotels, some camping and a good amount of private accommodation. Read more.

Brac Island
Zlatni Rt

The capital of Brac Island is sleepy Supetar but most of the action is around Bol, known for its windsurfing and unusual Zlatni Rat beach nearby. Read more.

Dugi Otok Island

Less mountainous than the preceding entries, Dugi (Long) island is also much rougher and less touristed. Read more.

Vis Island
Vis Harbour
Remote and untamed, Vis is where you go to escape the crowds. Vis town is a pretty port, plus there's Komiza, a perfect stepping stone to the Blue Grotto at Bisevo. Read more about Vis Island.

Pag Island
Pag Town
Dry, flat Pag is easily accessible from Zadar and known for its pungent cheese. Amid the stark landscape is unusual Pag town where ladies in black work on their intricate lacework. Novalja has the wildest nightlife on the Adriatic. Read more about Pag Island.

Cres & Losinj Islands
Cikat beach, Mali Losinj
The two islands of Cres and Losinj are separated by a narrow canal and very different atmospheres. Losinj Island is much more developed, especially around the fishing ports of Mali Losinj and Veli Losinj while Cres Island remains much more rugged. Read more about Cres and Losinj.

Rab Island
Rab town
Small but beautifully lush Rab Island is known for its delightful Rab Town graced with four bell towers and the wonderful beaches of Lopar. Read more.

Krk Island
Krk town
Hilly and dry, Krk Island is busy most of the year. Lying close to the mainland, it's a favourite spot for summer residences and visitors who come for sandy Baska beach or scenic Krk Town. Read more.

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Croatia Islands Overview and Index

Map of Croatian Islands

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