Croatia for Instagrammers

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As you already know, Croatia is one of the most beautiful countries in the world 😊 Due to that fact, there is a lot of „Instagramable“ locations all over the country, especially on the coast. We are bringing you a list of amazing places that can make your Instagram profile memorable!



Dubrovnik

We are sure that you already heard of Croatia’s most popular city – Dubrovnik. This town has unique political and cultural history and was placed on UNESCO’s list of world heritage sights in 1979. Also, if you are a Game of Thrones fan, you will be super excited to be here, because many parts of the town were used as filming sets for many episodes. 

There are several locations we recommend to take your most memorable pictures at:

Dubrovnik City Walls – the most beautiful part of the city,

Stradun – limestone-paved pedestrian main street,   

Dominican Monastery – located in the eastern part of Dubrovnik, one of the most important architectural parts of city,

Jesuit staircase – one of the most representative examples Baroque architecture in Dubrovnik,

beaches Banje and Pasjača – some of the most beautiful beaches in Dalmatia and

Mount Srđ – from here you can capture amazing panorama of the whole town.





Zadar

They say that Zadar is the most romantic city in Croatia, ideal for couple vacationing. In Zadar you can experience one of the prettiest sunsets you have ever seen in your life. Here you can explore museums, old town Roman ruins, medieval churches, bars, restaurant and many more. We recommend you two most unique and magical attractions;

Natural instrument Sea Organ – an architectural sound art object and an experimental musical instrument, which plays music by way of sea waves and tubes located underneath a set of large marble steps. How cool is that? 😊

Solar Greetings to the Sun installation – it changes the colour during the night and it is for sure a scene you won’t be able to get out of your mind for very long time.





Šibenik

Šibenik is the oldest native town in Croatia and home to one fo the most beautiful building in Croatia, an architectural gem – Šibenik’s Cathedral of St.James. if you want to have a nice photo, look for the steep stairs at Trg Republike Hrvatske and they will take you to a place with gorgeous view of Šibenik Cathedral.





Split

We can’t be modest about our hometown, so we are proudly going to say that it is the most beautiful city in the world 😊

Split’s prettiest location is it’s cultural inheritance, an ancient Roman ruin that was once the Emperors – Diocletian’s palace that the Diocletian decided to build to spend the last years of his life. Experts consider it one of the best-preserved examples of architecture from Roman times. Walking the palace you can find many Instagramable places.

The Peristyle forms the courtyard of the palace. If you capture this square on your Instagram feed, we assure you it won’t go unnoticed.





Hvar

Hvar is known as the sunniest Croatian island (and we all know how light is important for photographing 😊 ).

The island is very close to Split and it takes you one one hour ferry ride to get there. Hvar offers a varieties of beaches, bars, restaurants and gorgeous sites.

We recommend you Španjola Fortress for capturing amazing panoramic view of city of Hvar. You should to there to watch the sunset and likes will just go up!  Orange rooftops, azure sea and Pakleni Islands on the horizon create breathtaking panoramic view.





Bol, Brač – Zlatni Rat

Zlatni Rat beach (Golden Cape) is one of the most popular and beautiful beaches in Croatia located on the island of Brač. This pebble beach shifts and moves during the year from one side to the other if there are strong winds. Sea is turquoise and crystal clear, you have many shade in hot summer days because there are a lot of pine trees. Also you have many bars, restaurants and other places you can enjoy so much activities.





Vis

In many ways, Vis is the most fascinating of all the Croatian islands. This is mainly due to the fact that the island was entirely closed to foreigners in the days of Yugoslavia (as it was used as a naval base), only being opened to visitors in 1989.

You will be astonished by the look of this island, also the people and food.

The most beautiful locations you can visit on Vis are;

Blue Cave – It is actually located on a mini island called Biševo, right across the island of Vis. The magnificent work of Mother Nature, this cerulean oasis is so unique because it is formed due to seawater eroding limestone, a rock Biševo island is wholly composed of. Thanks to the sunlight’s reflection off of the white seabed, which creeps through the opening of a vault at the top of the cave, a mesmerizing blue hue fills its capacity.

Green Cave – another natural phenomenon in Croatia, a less famous than the Blue Cave, but definitely worth visiting. You can swim and snorkel inside of cave (in Blue Cave you can’t).

Stiniva – this beach is one of the biggest attractions in Croatia because of the impressive shape mostly due to sea erosion.

Budikovac – people say that this is the place where the sea touches the sky !

Komiža – a Mediterranean fishing village. Wherever you decide to take a picture, you won’t go wrong because the whole village is breathtaking.





Korčula

People like to call Korčula little Dubrovnik and other say that it’s even more beautiful. The Old Town of Korčula is a true gem of the Adriatic coast and it is surrounded by turquoise and crystal clear sea. On this island you will find some of the most astonishing beaches and quiet coves that are surrounded by dense pine forests.

The most Instagramable in Korčula are the Revelin Tower with its staircase, streets of Old Town and the sea promenade from where you can capture beautiful view of the city.

If you have a dron, do we have to even say that you turn it on and make amazing videos and pictures? 😊





Brela

Makarska Riviera stretches approximately 40 miles (or 60 kilometres) and it goes from Gradac on the north to Brela on the south. Riviera is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in Croatia. You can choose from pebbly beaches to unhabited bays.

One of the most beautiful places that you can capture on your Instagram account is Kamen Brela – a small rock covered in pines located near the famous seaside promenade in Brela.





Mljet

Mljet is Croatia’s greenest island, rich with Mediterranean vegetation, clear and clean sea, gentle sandy shoreline and a wealth of underwater sea life. The island is conisdered to be one of the most beautiful of the Croatian islands too.

Mljet is well known for its white and red wine, olives and goat’s cheese. It is indeed an unspoilt island covered by a dense Mediterranean forest. The sea around here is rich in fish and marine life. The island is also well known for its two salted lakes – Veliko and Malo Jezero that are located at the north end of the island. 

Anywhere that you put your foot to on this amazing island, can become beautiful picture on your Instagram account.





National park Krka

This place has been a national park since 1985 nd it’s named after a river that flows trough it. Any person that comes to Croatia won’t miss this gorgeous place in it’s traveling tour. Two most popular and Instagramable spots are Skradinski Buk – a clear natural pool with astonishing waterfalls and Roški slap – which look like fairy-tale waterfalls. This place is definitely an attraction and was used as the landscape in world popular series Game of Thornes. Nearly 4 million tourist come to Krka National Park every year, so you know that this is the “it” place for you and your Instagram account.





Rovinj – old town

Rovinj is a small picturesque fishing town located in Istria – small Croatia region. This town dates back to 5th century, so you can only imagine how beautiful it must be. It was influenced by Venetians, Austrians, Byzantines, Frankish rule and Italians so it’s full of Baroque and Reinaissance palaces 😊

The most instagramable spot in Rovinj is northern port but you can find so many places for taking the perfect Instagram picture.





Pula Arena, Istria

The Pula Arena is also located in small Croatia region – Istria. It is actually very well preserved Roman amphiteater! The Arena is among six largest surviving arenas in the world. Today, the amphiteater is used for filming movies and concerts.

This place will take your breath away and you will thing that you traveled back in time once you set your foot in Arena 😊

Do we even have to imagine how many likes will you get posting your Instagram picture on you account?





National Park Plitvička jezera

We saved the best attraction to end of this Instagram “guide”. National Park Plitvice is the oldest and largest national park in Croatia and also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Many people, especially nature lovers, consider this Plitvice as one of the most beautiful places in the world. Park is actually a huge forest full of waterfalls and lakes which you can explore on a wooden boardwalks. Also bears, deer, wolves and many rare birds have found home here.

The most Instagramable spot for your account is definitely the Veliki Slap or the Big Waterfall which boasts 78 meter in height. Wow, that view is breathtaking. But actually anywhere you set your foot in this place is worth admiring, so your Instagram followers won’t be disappointed.



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