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Rab is a scenic island in Kvarner Bay. It is made of contrasts with sharp rock cliffs on the east coast and gentle pebbly beaches, high places on the mountain massif that is covered with macchia and forests of Mediterranean oak. Rab is an island of culture, from antiquity to the present day, beautiful scenery, long and pleasant walks. The Romans called it Happy Rab - Felix Arba, and they knew how to enjoy and recognize the benefits of a place.

Rab is a scenic island in Kvarner Bay. It is made of contrasts with sharp rock cliffs on the east coast and gentle pebbly beaches, high places on the mountain massif that is covered with macchia and forests of Mediterranean oak. Rab is an island of culture, from antiquity to the present day, beautiful scenery, long and pleasant walks. The Romans called it Happy Rab - Felix Arba, and they knew how to enjoy and recognize the benefits of a place.

Paradise Beach is located at Lopar Resort on Rab Island, Croatia, a picturesque tourist attraction in the Adriatic Sea. It is also natively known as Rajska Plaza and is rated among the best vacationer destination with its white sandy beaches and warm turquoise colored water.

Paradise Beach is located at Lopar Resort on Rab Island, Croatia, a picturesque tourist attraction in the Adriatic Sea. It is also natively known as Rajska Plaza and is rated among the best vacationer destination with its white sandy beaches and warm turquoise colored water.

Croatia National Parks: swim in the waterfalls of Krka National park and learn how to visit as a day trip from Zadar!

Croatia National Parks: swim in the waterfalls of Krka National park and learn how to visit as a day trip from Zadar!

Most visitors to Dalmatia head straight for the islands, but the Makarska Rivijera on the mainland coast, between Split and Dubrovnik, is home to some of the country’s loveliest stretches of beach. Running from Brela in the north to Gradac in the south, the riviera is 38 miles long and centres on Makarska.

Most visitors to Dalmatia head straight for the islands, but the Makarska Rivijera on the mainland coast, between Split and Dubrovnik, is home to some of the country’s loveliest stretches of beach. Running from Brela in the north to Gradac in the south, the riviera is 38 miles long and centres on Makarska.