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Top 100 Towns for Croatia

Postira
1. Postira
(Postira)
5.0

Postira is a village and a municipality in Croatia in the Split-Dalmatia County on the island of Brac. Wikipedia

Milna
2. Milna
(Milna)
5.0

Two places in Croatia have the name Milna, one on the island of Brac and this one on the island of Hvar.

Zavala
3. Zavala
(Zavala)
5.0

A small town on the island of Hvar with views of Otok Scedro.

Betina
4. Betina
(Betina)
5.0

A small local village to the east of Murter on the northern tip of the island.

Trstenik
5. Trstenik
(Trstenik)
5.0

A pretty village on the western side of a natural bay on the southern side of the Peljesac peninsula.

Zadar
6. Zadar
(Zadar)
5.0

A busy historic old city on the Zadar peninsula with various places to moor up and visit. The city offers a medley of roman and slavic history and it's prominent location has encouraged growth over the years. The city offers lots to explore and visit.

Lopud
7. Lopud
(Lopud)
5.0

The town is found on the north-western side of the island and hosts a ferry terminal for Kolocep, Dubrovnik and Sipan island.

Sipanska Luka
8. Sipanska Luka
(Sipanska Luka)
5.0

This village is found at the base of a natural cove near on the western coast of the Sipan island. There is a small channel between this island and neighbouring uninhabited Jakljan island.

Korita
9. Korita
(Korita)
5.0

This town is set back from the coast but is the most southern on the island of Mljet.

Okuklje
10. Okuklje
(Okuklje)
5.0

This small village on the northern side of Mljet island is to the east of Sobra and is not easily seen from the sea as it is hidden within a curved horse shoe shaped cove.

Prozurska Luka
11. Prozurska Luka
(Prozurska Luka)
5.0

This pretty village is at the base of the bay on the northern side of Mljet island protected by the Planjak islet and a natural land forming break-water.

Bol
12. Bol
(Bol)
5.0

Bol is a town on the south of the island of Bracin the Split-Dalmatia County of Croatia, population 1,661. Bol is renowned for its most popular beach, the Zlatni Rat. Wikipedia

Milna
13. Milna
(Milna)
5.0

Milna is a village and municipality on the western side of the island of Brac, Split-Dalmatia County, Croatia. The village has a population of 833. Wikipedia

Polace
14. Polace
(Polace)
5.0

This is on the north-western coast of Mljet island within the national park and found on the south side of a natural bay protected by two islets."

Banj
15. Banj
(Banj)
5.0

A small harbour town on the east of Pasman island.

Lumbarda
16. Lumbarda
(Lumbarda)
5.0

A large town on the eastern side of Korcula island just south of Korcula town. Lumbarda spreads around the coastline concentrated within the bay behind Otok Vrnik.

Kaprije
17. Kaprije
(Kaprije)
4.8

A small pretty ferry town with good facilities on the inside of a natural bay.

Primosten
18. Primosten
(Primosten)
4.8

An old mainland town limited mooring and facilities.

Kastel Kamblelovac
19. Kastel Kamblelovac
(Kastel Kamblelovac)
4.8

One of seven castles along the mainland forming part of the town kastela.

Veliki Drvenik
20. Veliki Drvenik
(Veliki Drvenik)
4.6

Drvenik Veli (Great Drevnik), along with its smaller companion Drvenik Mali (Small Drevnik) are real nature pearls among other tourist destinations in Trogir area. These two small islands are only five nautical miles South West from Trogir and very well connected with Trogir Harbour by frequent ferry connections. The main village is Drvenik on Drvenik Veli, population 168. The rest of the island is simply fantastic and non-polluted nature with numerous inlets, sandy beaches and hidden bays.

Komolac
21. Komolac
(Komolac)
4.5

Komolac is a village set back from the base of the Dubrovacka river on the south side. It is home to a large natural spring and many charter companies are based here forming a bustling campus of activity.

Korcula
22. Korcula
(Korcula)
4.4

Korcula is a beautiful medieval town, home of Marco Polo, overlooking the long winding peninsula that stretches north form the mainland. The stunning town is built on a small peninsula and accessible by foot from the marina a short distance to the south. While here visit the 15th century historic saint Marco cathedral in the centre of the town, or look for remaining parts of the city walls on the east that stood as defences to 16th century attacks from neighbouring civilisations.

Marina
23. Marina
(Marina)
4.3

Marina is a medium sized town in Croatia just north of Trogir up the Adriatic Highway. It is a tourist village with a good sized popular yacht harbour and sandy beach shaded by olive and pine trees.

Rogac
24. Rogac
(Rogac)
4.2

Rogacis a port village in Croatia on the northern coast of Solta island in the Split-Dalmatia County. It is connected by the D112 highway and by ferry. Wikipedia

Hvar
25. Hvar
(Hvar)
4.2

Hvar is a city and port on the island of Hvar, part of Split-Dalmatia County, Croatia. The municipality has a population of 4,251 while the city itself is inhabited by 3,771 people, making it the largest settlement on the island of Hvar. Wikipedia

Brodarica
26. Brodarica
(Brodarica)
4.0

A town south of Sibenik on the mainland over-looking Krapanj island.

Dubrovnik
27. Dubrovnik
(Dubrovnik)
4.0

This city is most famous it's 16th century historic town on the small natural mainland outcrop boasting impressive walls. However the historic town joins the main city which stretches north and south on the mainland and a much larger outcrop to the north. The Dubrovnik marina offers little space for the visiting yachtsman, and most charters are based at Komolac at the base of the nearby river Dubrovacka. If you make your way to Dubrovnik you should make some time for the smart pedestrian street that runs through the centre of the old town which offers churches and palaces including Rector's Palace which is now a museum. Don't miss the drawbridge western entrance to the city or the eastern gate that overlooks the old port.

Bobovisce
28. Bobovisce
(Bobovisce)
3.8

Bobovics┴a is a village located near Supetar on the west coast of the island of Brac, off of Split, in Croatia. It is connected by the D114 highway. It is located on a cove that branches into two ports, Bobovics┴a na moru and Vicja luka. Wikipedia

Stari Grad
29. Stari Grad
(Stari Grad)
3.8

Stari Grad is a town on the northern side of the island of Hvar in Dalmatia, Croatia. One of the oldest towns in Europe, its position at the end of a long, protected bay and next to prime agricultural ... Wikipedia

Zarace
30. Zarace
(Zarace)
3.8

Zarace is a village in Croatia on the island of Hvar

Umag
31. Umag
(Umag)
3.8

A medium sized town in the north of Croatia, with a decent sized Marina.

Zivogosce
32. Zivogosce
(Zivogosce)
3.8

A coastal mainland village with limited mooring.

Vis
33. Vis
(Vis)
3.8

Vis is a popular ferry town on the Northern coast of Vis island.

Split
34. Split
(Split)
3.4

A large coastal city with historic old town and large harbour with ferries and a large marina.

Razanj
35. Razanj
(Razanj)
3.3

A small village sharing a bay with Rogoznica offering some shelter and mooring.

Zlarin
36. Zlarin
(Zlarin)
3.0

A ferry village with facilities and some shelter on the northern side of the island.

Trogir
37. Trogir
(Trogir)
3.0

Trogir is a beautiful ancient coastal town near Split. The heart of Trogir is on a small island between the larger Ciovo island and the mainland, while the town spills onto both the mainland and Ciovo. Connections to and through the city are heavily congested with traffic all day due to the limitations of bridge capacity. Trogir is a popular and pretty town bustling with tourists and restaurants. While here try not to get lost in the labyrinth of small streets boasting local food and wine, or head to the 15th century Kamerlengo fortress to get views over the city. Visiting yachtsmen can moor up at the marinas and take a short walk over the bridge to join the nightlife or take a more casual daily stroll.

Skradin
38. Skradin
(Skradin)
2.6

This old inland town is a popular sailing destination linked to the sea by the Krk river that flows out past Sibnek. It's a lengthy detour from the sea but Skradin is on the doorstep to the stunning leafy Krka national park full of river rapids and streams. Visit the Skradinski But waterfalls near Skradin by foot through the wooden paths or take a boat trip to Roski Slap falls past the Krka monastery and Necven fortress.

Stomorska
39. Stomorska
(Stomorska)
2.5

Stomorska is the oldest coastal village on the Solta island. It offers a pleasant environment with local restaurants. The bay is unsheltered and does not hold anchors well.

Sukosan
40. Sukosan
(Sukosan)
2.5

A coastal town south of Zadar opposite the two islands Pasman and Uglijan.

Sovra
41. Sovra
(Sovra)
2.0

Sovra also known as Sobra. This is village on the northern coast of Mljet island hosts the main <a href=www.croatiaferries.com/sobra-ferry-port.htm">ferry link</a> to Prapratno and Orebic on the mainland peninsula."

Jezera
42. Jezera
(Jezera)
1.3

A town on the island of Murter near Tisno hidden inside a natural cove with a marina with good facilities.

Ugrinici
43. Ugrinici
(Ugrinici)
0.0

A town on the south eastern coast of Pasman island.

Baska
44. Baska
(Baska)
0.0

BaS┴ka is a settlement and a municipality located on the south east of the island of Krk, Croatia. The village of BaS┴ka had a full-time population of 981 in the 2011 census, with 1,674 people in the greater municipality. Wikipedia

Tkon
45. Tkon
(Tkon)
0.0

The most southern town on the Pasman island with a ferry link to Biograd on the mainland and some facilities.

Okrug Gornji
46. Okrug Gornji
(Okrug Gornji)
0.0

Okrug is a municipality located on the western side of the island of ╠уБ╒iovo, Croatia. It is divided into Okrug Gornji and Okrug Donji, two traditional Dalmatian villages. It is the centre of the Dalmatian micro region by its geographical position. Wikipedia

Mastrinka
47. Mastrinka
(Mastrinka)
0.0

Mastrinka is a village in Croatia. It is connected by the D126 highway. Wikipedia

Arbanija
48. Arbanija
(Arbanija)
0.0

Arbanija is a village on Ciovo Island.

Slatine
49. Slatine
(Slatine)
0.0

Slatine is a village on ╠уБ╒iovo, an island in Split-Dalmatia County, Croatia. It is a small fishing and tourist village situated on the northeastern side of the island ╠уБ╒iovo, only 8 km from Trogir. Wikipedia

Okrug Donji
50. Okrug Donji
(Okrug Donji)
0.0

Okrug Donji provides many opportunities for enjoyable holidays. Countless coves and crystal clear sea, with pine forests, ideal for long walks and relaxing holiday. We recommend that you rent a bike or scooter and explore the unspoiled nature of the island ╠уБ╒iovo, which is in the environment of the Okrug Donji has specifically preserved. There are frequent buses to Trogir.

Okrug Gornji / Liveli
51. Okrug Gornji / Liveli
(Okrug Gornji / Liveli)
0.0

Okrug is a municipality located on the western side of the island of ╠уБ╒iovo, Croatia. It is divided into Okrug Gornji and Okrug Donji, two traditional Dalmatian villages. It is the centre of the Dalmatian micro region by its geographical position. Wikipedia

Okrug Gornji / Businci
52. Okrug Gornji / Businci
(Okrug Gornji / Businci)
0.0

Okrug is a municipality located on the western side of the island of ╠уБ╒iovo, Croatia. It is divided into Okrug Gornji and Okrug Donji, two traditional Dalmatian villages. It is the centre of the Dalmatian micro region by its geographical position. Wikipedia

Seget Vranjica
53. Seget Vranjica
(Seget Vranjica)
0.0

Seget Vranjica is a village in the Split-Dalmatia County of Croatia. It is located on the Adriatic coast of Dalmatia, about 6 km west of Trogir, population 1,027. Wikipedia

Poljica
54. Poljica
(Poljica)
0.0

Poljica is a small tourist town located only 2.5 km away from Marina. It is the perfect vacation place for those in search of a quiet vacation.

Vinisce
55. Vinisce
(Vinisce)
0.0

Vinics┴e is a village and small harbour 12 km southwest of Trogir, Croatia; population 774. Main occupations are fishing and tourism. Wikipedia

Mali Drvenik
56. Mali Drvenik
(Mali Drvenik)
0.0

Drvenik Mali is a town on a small island in Croatia.

Maslinica
57. Maslinica
(Maslinica)
0.0

Maslinica is a port village on the island of Solta in Croatia in the Split-Dalmatia County. It is connected by the D111 highway. Maslinica has 208 inhabitants. Wikipedia

Necujam
58. Necujam
(Necujam)
0.0

Necujam is a bay and village on the island of Solta in Croatia in the Split-Dalmatia County. It is connected by the D111 highway. Necujam has 171 inhabitants. Wikipedia

Sumartin
59. Sumartin
(Sumartin)
0.0

Sumartin is a port village in Croatia on the island of Brac. It is connected by the D113 highway and by ferry. Wikipedia

Povlja
60. Povlja
(Povlja)
0.0

Povlja is a village on the island of Bracin Croatia. The village itself is located in a deep natural harbour surrounded by many other deep natural harbours, bays. Wikipedia

Pucisca
61. Pucisca
(Pucisca)
0.0

Pucics┴a is a municipality in Croatia on the island of Bracin the Split-Dalmatia County. It has a population of 2,224, 99% which are Croats. The municipality consists of three settlements: Gornji Humac, PraS_nica and Pucics┴a. Wikipedia

Splitska
62. Splitska
(Splitska)
0.0

Splitska is an ancient village on the island of Bracin Croatia. The population is 381. The village got its name from a derivative of Split. Wikipedia

Supetar
63. Supetar
(Supetar)
0.0

Supetar is a town and a city on the northern side of the Dalmatian island of Brac, in the Split-Dalmatia County, in Croatia. It became the island's official centre in 1827. Wikipedia

Sveta Nedelja
64. Sveta Nedelja
(Sveta Nedelja)
0.0

Sveta Nedilja, officially known as Sveta Nedjelja, is a small village on the Croatian island of Hvar. It is located near the town of Hvar and it has 131 residents. Wikipedia

Ivan Dolac
65. Ivan Dolac
(Ivan Dolac)
0.0

A small town on the island of Hvar with views of Otok Scedro.

Pakostane
66. Pakostane
(Pakostane)
0.0

A coastal town on the eastern edge of the mainland sheltered by two islets.

Vrgada
67. Vrgada
(Vrgada)
0.0

A small town with a number of jetties and buoys.

Sucuraj
68. Sucuraj
(Sucuraj)
0.0

Sucuraj is a picturesque small town on the east cape of the island Hvar in Croatia, 3 NM from the Dalmatian coast and 77 km from the town of Hvar. Sucuraj has about 400 residents, with tourism and fishing being the primary economic activities. Wikipedia

Drage
69. Drage
(Drage)
0.0

A small town in a natural cove with a few jetties.

Jelsa
70. Jelsa
(Jelsa)
0.0

Jelsa is a town in Croatia, on the island of Hvar, the seat of the eponymous municipality within the county of Split-Dalmatia. Wikipedia

Pinizelic
71. Pinizelic
(Pinizelic)
0.0

A coastal village on the northern point of Zut island.

Vrboska
72. Vrboska
(Vrboska)
0.0

Vrboska is a settlement on the north coast of the island of Hvar in Dalmatia, Croatia, in the Municipality of Jelsa. Founded in the 15th century as a fishing harbour, Vrboska is best known for the fortress Church of Sv. Wikipedia

Bizikovica
73. Bizikovica
(Bizikovica)
0.0

A village on the eastern coast of Zut island home to a large marina.

Pristanisce
74. Pristanisce
(Pristanisce)
0.0

A small local fishing village in a natural cove on the eastern coast of Zut island.

Kravljacica
75. Kravljacica
(Kravljacica)
0.0

A small village on the western coast of Kornat island.

Vrulje
76. Vrulje
(Vrulje)
0.0

The only large village on the island on the west coast of Kornat island.

Striznja
77. Striznja
(Striznja)
0.0

One of a few tiny villages on the island of Kornat.

Lavsa
78. Lavsa
(Lavsa)
0.0

A natural cove on the small island of Lavsa provides some shelter and a few restaurants.

Murter
79. Murter
(Murter)
0.0

A large town with a large marina on the northern tip of Murter island.

Tisno
80. Tisno
(Tisno)
0.0

A town that spans the island of Murter and the mainland connected by a small bridge.

Pirovac
81. Pirovac
(Pirovac)
0.0

A town on the mainland down a channel near the island of Murter.

Muna
82. Muna
(Muna)
0.0

A small ferry village on the north eastern side of Zirje island.

Sovlje
83. Sovlje
(Sovlje)
0.0

A smal local village in a naturally forked bay on the mainland near Tribunj.

Tribunj
84. Tribunj
(Tribunj)
0.0

A large town on the mainland given shelter from two small islets. Home to a marina with facilities.

Vodice
85. Vodice
(Vodice)
0.0

A large town on the mainland with a local harbour and large marina.

Srima
86. Srima
(Srima)
0.0

A small village south of Vodice with some jetties.

Prvic Sepurine
87. Prvic Sepurine
(Prvic Sepurine)
0.0

A small ferry town on west side of the island with a few restaurants.

Prvic Luka
88. Prvic Luka
(Prvic Luka)
0.0

A small ferry village in a natural cove at the south of the island.

Sibenik
89. Sibenik
(Sibenik)
0.0

A large historical town (small city) hidden inside the channel fed from the river Krk.

Zaton
90. Zaton
(Zaton)
0.0

A town near Sibnek at the northern end of the internal Krk bay.

Raslina
91. Raslina
(Raslina)
0.0

A village further up the Krk river from Sibnek where it widens into a lake.

Vela Luka
92. Vela Luka
(Vela Luka)
0.0

Vela Luka is a large village in the Island of Korcula

Zablace
93. Zablace
(Zablace)
0.0

A small harbour village on the mainland near Sibenik.

Rukavac
94. Rukavac
(Rukavac)
0.0

Rukavac is a small town on the island of Vis

Pokrivenik
95. Pokrivenik
(Pokrivenik)
0.0

Pokrivenik is a small village on the island of Havr

Krapanj
96. Krapanj
(Krapanj)
0.0

A large local village with some limited options and facilities.

Zaboric
97. Zaboric
(Zaboric)
0.0

A mainland town south of Sibenik with a harbour and a few jetties.

Makarska
98. Makarska
(Makarska)
0.0

Makarska is medium size town on the Croatian mainland.

Grebastica
99. Grebastica
(Grebastica)
0.0

A town at the end of a long cove on the mainland surrounded by several bays.

Rogoznica
100. Rogoznica
(Rogoznica)
0.0

An inland town sheltered from the sea by a natural outcrop and an small island. Hosts a marina.