Zlatni rat and Rovinj Croatia
The internet magazine Wild Junket recently published a list of the top eight most beautiful European beaches and six most beautiful coastal cities. The list includes the beach Zlatni Rat in Bol, on the island of Brač and the Istrian town of Rovinj.
Zlatni Rat was placed in the third place on the list, and Wild Junket writes that this interestingly shaped sandy beach changes its shape depending on the winds. After enjoying the sea and the beach, a cool shade can be found among the pine trees in Zlatni Rat.
Listed in front of the beach in Bol are Navagio on the Greek island of Zakynthos and the Papagayo Beach in the Spanish Canary Island of Lanzarote. The beach Cala Tarida in Spanish Ibiza is in the fourth place, followed by the Portuguese beach Sagres, Spainish Las Islas Cies in Galicia and Turkish Patara. The list finishes with the Italian beach Sabbie Nere in Silicon.
According to Wild Junket, the town of Rovinj is placed sixth on the list of the seven most beautiful coastal cities in Europe, and the author of the article emphasizes the beauty of the old historic town center. Other towns topping the list along with Rovinj are Roquebrune and Antibes (France), Oia (Santorini, Greece), Ohrid (Macedonia), Mdina (Malta) and Positano (Italy).
The Tourist Board of the Split-Dalmatia County
The Tourist Board of Istria