Top 10 Drop-Dead Stunning Beaches In Croatia
Located in the small town of Brela around 14 km (9 miles) to the north of Makarska on the Dalmation Coast, Punta Rata is a resort beach that’s valued as much for its amenities and facilities as it is for its picturesque beauty. It is one of the most beautiful gravel beaches of the world and is in a protected area, a cape covered in pine forest.
On the Western side of the beach there is the Brela Stone – a symbol of Brela, the most common motive from postcards of Brela and Croatia. The rock is covered in pines proudly protruding and presenting all its beauty and force, power and spite to grow from stone.
Almost all beaches on Makarska Riviera are awarded with a Blue flag as a symbol of purity and quality, and the beach Punta Rata is chosen in 10 the most beautiful beaches in the world, and as the most beautiful in Europe.
Punta Rata is a blue flag beach thanks to the cleaning of the sea. The beach is of fine gravel beach with a sandy entrance into the sea, surrounded by pine and suitable for families with small children. On the beach there is also a large rock that emerges from the sea that also will allow you to hide a bit in the summer months when the beach is crowded.
Around Punta Rata there are several restaurants and bars and on the beach you can rent different sports equipments/props.
Brela have successfully combined the natural beauty and the human care for nature conservation. The success was achieved, apart from the stunning nature, also through vision, capability and skills of the local people.
Surrounded by groves of olive and fig trees, Brela provides a pretty backdrop for this gently sloping beach. Lifeguards, sports facilities and a promenade lined with restaurants and coffee shops make this beach a family favorite, perfect for wading.
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