Dina Levačić

Daljinska plivačica iz Hrvatske. Prva osoba iz Hrvatske koja je isplivala Oceans7, Triple crown, Original triple crown and Irish triple crown. Najmlađa žena koja je isplivala Ocean7, završivši ga na svoj 27. rođendan.

O meni

Zaljubljenik u more od malih nogu. Vječno znatiželjna u potrazi za novim izazovima. Nepopravljivi sanjar i optimist.

Priče

A kako je to izgledalo na nekim od preplivavanja možete saznati kroz kratke priče.

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Turned to stone forever in the middle of the blue Adriatic stands the islet of Glavat.

According to folk tradition, the Greek gods could not agree on which Croatian island was the most beautiful – Mljet, Korčula, or Lastovo.

One god presented arguments in favor of Odysseus’ island Mljet, another opposed and began to praise Korčula, while the third loudly extolled the beauties of Lastovo.

The debate would probably have lasted for years had Zeus or Poseidon (both are mentioned in different sources) not decided to send their envoy to assess the beauty of the islands on the spot.

The divine envoy emerged at the position of today’s islet of Glavat. For days, he observed the islands, admired them, weighed their pros and cons in his mind, but could not make a decision about which was the most beautiful. The mighty gods decided to punish his indecision by turning him to stone amidst that beauty, thus transforming him into the islet of Glavat 🩵
  • #31/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

Just in front of Vela Luka, this little island of love is situated.
It is an indispensable part of the sunset view from Vela Luka. On the horizon, the lush green pine forest blends with the blue color of the sky and the azure color of the sea. A walking path encircles the entire island, leading to two pebble beaches on the northern side and a few on the southern side. The rest of the beaches are rocky and wild, especially on the western side of the island.

If you want to enjoy peace, quiet, solitude, escape from the rhythm of everyday urban life, and explore an untouched oasis accompanied only by the song of crickets, then this is the ideal place for you.
  • Saturdays like this 🩵🌊🥰
  • #30/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

Island Gubeša is located in the Gradina Bay near Korčula and is an ideal place if you want to escape from everyday life and the hustle and bustle of the city.

This small, nearly round island has a diameter of just over a hundred meters.

The name of the island suggests that lepers were treated and died there, but the truth is completely different: Gubeša was a summer residence for wealthy Romans!

The island is covered with dense Mediterranean aromatic, honey, and medicinal plants, as well as olive trees that have thrived on the island since Roman times. It was the Romans who recognized the exceptional picturesque and beautiful location and built a lavish country house, a villa rustica, on it shortly after the birth of Christ. Today, the foundations of the walls, a cistern, and numerous fragments of various ceramics, especially amphorae, are visible. On Gubeša, you can still see parts of the central heating system and mosaic floor tiles scattered around the surrounding dry stone walls and terraces, which testify to the quality of their country life.

In the last century, the entire island was cultivated and planted with vineyards, and today it is a true Robinson Crusoe oasis with a total of three occasionally inhabited fisherman-farmer houses, renovated to accommodate modern nomads who prefer unspoiled nature over the crowds of many tourist destinations.
  • #29/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

At the very entrance to the deep bay of Vela Luka, there is a beautiful islet called Proizd.

In 2007, it was named the beach of the year on the Croatian Adriatic, and every year leading world magazines and portals rank it among the best destinations.

Stunning beauty, untouched nature, and breathtaking turquoise sea describe all that this island of unparalleled beauty offers.

The most beautiful beaches, Batalo, Veli Bili Bok, Mali Bili Bok, and Donji Bili Bok, are located on the northern side, accessible by well-maintained walking paths surrounded by forest and the sound of cicadas.
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The islands that adorn Pakoštane and make it unique are the islands of meeting, love, and parting, as the locals call them.

Sv. Justina, Školj, and Babuljaš are an integral part of Pakoštane and must-see places that can even be reached by swimming with great caution, especially during the summer period!
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The Church of St. Justin and the old cemetery are located on the islet of the same name, just 300 meters from Pakoštane.

The church was built in the 17th century on the foundations of an older church. Historical records indicate that the church was constructed or restored after the Battle of Lepanto in 1571. According to stories, a soldier from Pakoštane went to the battle and promised to build a church if he returned, and he fulfilled his promise. The victory at the Battle of Lepanto on October 7, 1571, on the day of Saint Justin, was a beacon of hope for liberation from the Turks.
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Artina is an uninhabited islet located near the island of Vrgada, and administratively belongs to the Municipality of Pakoštane.

The beauty of this islet is complemented by the stunning colors of the shallows on its southern side, which is only 115 meters away from the island of Vrgada.

Some might say, “A touch of the Maldives in the Adriatic, Artina” 🏊🏝
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#32/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

Turned to stone forever in the middle of the blue Adriatic stands the islet of Glavat.

According to folk tradition, the Greek gods could not agree on which Croatian island was the most beautiful – Mljet, Korčula, or Lastovo.

One god presented arguments in favor of Odysseus’ island Mljet, another opposed and began to praise Korčula, while the third loudly extolled the beauties of Lastovo.

The debate would probably have lasted for years had Zeus or Poseidon (both are mentioned in different sources) not decided to send their envoy to assess the beauty of the islands on the spot.

The divine envoy emerged at the position of today’s islet of Glavat. For days, he observed the islands, admired them, weighed their pros and cons in his mind, but could not make a decision about which was the most beautiful. The mighty gods decided to punish his indecision by turning him to stone amidst that beauty, thus transforming him into the islet of Glavat 🩵
#32/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

Turned to stone forever in the middle of the blue Adriatic stands the islet of Glavat.

According to folk tradition, the Greek gods could not agree on which Croatian island was the most beautiful – Mljet, Korčula, or Lastovo.

One god presented arguments in favor of Odysseus’ island Mljet, another opposed and began to praise Korčula, while the third loudly extolled the beauties of Lastovo.

The debate would probably have lasted for years had Zeus or Poseidon (both are mentioned in different sources) not decided to send their envoy to assess the beauty of the islands on the spot.

The divine envoy emerged at the position of today’s islet of Glavat. For days, he observed the islands, admired them, weighed their pros and cons in his mind, but could not make a decision about which was the most beautiful. The mighty gods decided to punish his indecision by turning him to stone amidst that beauty, thus transforming him into the islet of Glavat 🩵
#32/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

Turned to stone forever in the middle of the blue Adriatic stands the islet of Glavat.

According to folk tradition, the Greek gods could not agree on which Croatian island was the most beautiful – Mljet, Korčula, or Lastovo.

One god presented arguments in favor of Odysseus’ island Mljet, another opposed and began to praise Korčula, while the third loudly extolled the beauties of Lastovo.

The debate would probably have lasted for years had Zeus or Poseidon (both are mentioned in different sources) not decided to send their envoy to assess the beauty of the islands on the spot.

The divine envoy emerged at the position of today’s islet of Glavat. For days, he observed the islands, admired them, weighed their pros and cons in his mind, but could not make a decision about which was the most beautiful. The mighty gods decided to punish his indecision by turning him to stone amidst that beauty, thus transforming him into the islet of Glavat 🩵
#32/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

Turned to stone forever in the middle of the blue Adriatic stands the islet of Glavat.

According to folk tradition, the Greek gods could not agree on which Croatian island was the most beautiful – Mljet, Korčula, or Lastovo.

One god presented arguments in favor of Odysseus’ island Mljet, another opposed and began to praise Korčula, while the third loudly extolled the beauties of Lastovo.

The debate would probably have lasted for years had Zeus or Poseidon (both are mentioned in different sources) not decided to send their envoy to assess the beauty of the islands on the spot.

The divine envoy emerged at the position of today’s islet of Glavat. For days, he observed the islands, admired them, weighed their pros and cons in his mind, but could not make a decision about which was the most beautiful. The mighty gods decided to punish his indecision by turning him to stone amidst that beauty, thus transforming him into the islet of Glavat 🩵
#32/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

Turned to stone forever in the middle of the blue Adriatic stands the islet of Glavat.

According to folk tradition, the Greek gods could not agree on which Croatian island was the most beautiful – Mljet, Korčula, or Lastovo.

One god presented arguments in favor of Odysseus’ island Mljet, another opposed and began to praise Korčula, while the third loudly extolled the beauties of Lastovo.

The debate would probably have lasted for years had Zeus or Poseidon (both are mentioned in different sources) not decided to send their envoy to assess the beauty of the islands on the spot.

The divine envoy emerged at the position of today’s islet of Glavat. For days, he observed the islands, admired them, weighed their pros and cons in his mind, but could not make a decision about which was the most beautiful. The mighty gods decided to punish his indecision by turning him to stone amidst that beauty, thus transforming him into the islet of Glavat 🩵
#32/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

Turned to stone forever in the middle of the blue Adriatic stands the islet of Glavat.

According to folk tradition, the Greek gods could not agree on which Croatian island was the most beautiful – Mljet, Korčula, or Lastovo.

One god presented arguments in favor of Odysseus’ island Mljet, another opposed and began to praise Korčula, while the third loudly extolled the beauties of Lastovo.

The debate would probably have lasted for years had Zeus or Poseidon (both are mentioned in different sources) not decided to send their envoy to assess the beauty of the islands on the spot.

The divine envoy emerged at the position of today’s islet of Glavat. For days, he observed the islands, admired them, weighed their pros and cons in his mind, but could not make a decision about which was the most beautiful. The mighty gods decided to punish his indecision by turning him to stone amidst that beauty, thus transforming him into the islet of Glavat 🩵
#32/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

Turned to stone forever in the middle of the blue Adriatic stands the islet of Glavat.

According to folk tradition, the Greek gods could not agree on which Croatian island was the most beautiful – Mljet, Korčula, or Lastovo.

One god presented arguments in favor of Odysseus’ island Mljet, another opposed and began to praise Korčula, while the third loudly extolled the beauties of Lastovo.

The debate would probably have lasted for years had Zeus or Poseidon (both are mentioned in different sources) not decided to send their envoy to assess the beauty of the islands on the spot.

The divine envoy emerged at the position of today’s islet of Glavat. For days, he observed the islands, admired them, weighed their pros and cons in his mind, but could not make a decision about which was the most beautiful. The mighty gods decided to punish his indecision by turning him to stone amidst that beauty, thus transforming him into the islet of Glavat 🩵
#32/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

Turned to stone forever in the middle of the blue Adriatic stands the islet of Glavat.

According to folk tradition, the Greek gods could not agree on which Croatian island was the most beautiful – Mljet, Korčula, or Lastovo.

One god presented arguments in favor of Odysseus’ island Mljet, another opposed and began to praise Korčula, while the third loudly extolled the beauties of Lastovo.

The debate would probably have lasted for years had Zeus or Poseidon (both are mentioned in different sources) not decided to send their envoy to assess the beauty of the islands on the spot.

The divine envoy emerged at the position of today’s islet of Glavat. For days, he observed the islands, admired them, weighed their pros and cons in his mind, but could not make a decision about which was the most beautiful. The mighty gods decided to punish his indecision by turning him to stone amidst that beauty, thus transforming him into the islet of Glavat 🩵
#32/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

Turned to stone forever in the middle of the blue Adriatic stands the islet of Glavat.

According to folk tradition, the Greek gods could not agree on which Croatian island was the most beautiful – Mljet, Korčula, or Lastovo.

One god presented arguments in favor of Odysseus’ island Mljet, another opposed and began to praise Korčula, while the third loudly extolled the beauties of Lastovo.

The debate would probably have lasted for years had Zeus or Poseidon (both are mentioned in different sources) not decided to send their envoy to assess the beauty of the islands on the spot.

The divine envoy emerged at the position of today’s islet of Glavat. For days, he observed the islands, admired them, weighed their pros and cons in his mind, but could not make a decision about which was the most beautiful. The mighty gods decided to punish his indecision by turning him to stone amidst that beauty, thus transforming him into the islet of Glavat 🩵
#32/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤 Turned to stone forever in the middle of the blue Adriatic stands the islet of Glavat. According to folk tradition, the Greek gods could not agree on which Croatian island was the most beautiful – Mljet, Korčula, or Lastovo. One god presented arguments in favor of Odysseus’ island Mljet, another opposed and began to praise Korčula, while the third loudly extolled the beauties of Lastovo. The debate would probably have lasted for years had Zeus or Poseidon (both are mentioned in different sources) not decided to send their envoy to assess the beauty of the islands on the spot. The divine envoy emerged at the position of today’s islet of Glavat. For days, he observed the islands, admired them, weighed their pros and cons in his mind, but could not make a decision about which was the most beautiful. The mighty gods decided to punish his indecision by turning him to stone amidst that beauty, thus transforming him into the islet of Glavat 🩵
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Just in front of Vela Luka, this little island of love is situated.
It is an indispensable part of the sunset view from Vela Luka. On the horizon, the lush green pine forest blends with the blue color of the sky and the azure color of the sea. A walking path encircles the entire island, leading to two pebble beaches on the northern side and a few on the southern side. The rest of the beaches are rocky and wild, especially on the western side of the island.

If you want to enjoy peace, quiet, solitude, escape from the rhythm of everyday urban life, and explore an untouched oasis accompanied only by the song of crickets, then this is the ideal place for you.
#31/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

Just in front of Vela Luka, this little island of love is situated.
It is an indispensable part of the sunset view from Vela Luka. On the horizon, the lush green pine forest blends with the blue color of the sky and the azure color of the sea. A walking path encircles the entire island, leading to two pebble beaches on the northern side and a few on the southern side. The rest of the beaches are rocky and wild, especially on the western side of the island.

If you want to enjoy peace, quiet, solitude, escape from the rhythm of everyday urban life, and explore an untouched oasis accompanied only by the song of crickets, then this is the ideal place for you.
#31/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

Just in front of Vela Luka, this little island of love is situated.
It is an indispensable part of the sunset view from Vela Luka. On the horizon, the lush green pine forest blends with the blue color of the sky and the azure color of the sea. A walking path encircles the entire island, leading to two pebble beaches on the northern side and a few on the southern side. The rest of the beaches are rocky and wild, especially on the western side of the island.

If you want to enjoy peace, quiet, solitude, escape from the rhythm of everyday urban life, and explore an untouched oasis accompanied only by the song of crickets, then this is the ideal place for you.
#31/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

Just in front of Vela Luka, this little island of love is situated.
It is an indispensable part of the sunset view from Vela Luka. On the horizon, the lush green pine forest blends with the blue color of the sky and the azure color of the sea. A walking path encircles the entire island, leading to two pebble beaches on the northern side and a few on the southern side. The rest of the beaches are rocky and wild, especially on the western side of the island.

If you want to enjoy peace, quiet, solitude, escape from the rhythm of everyday urban life, and explore an untouched oasis accompanied only by the song of crickets, then this is the ideal place for you.
#31/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

Just in front of Vela Luka, this little island of love is situated.
It is an indispensable part of the sunset view from Vela Luka. On the horizon, the lush green pine forest blends with the blue color of the sky and the azure color of the sea. A walking path encircles the entire island, leading to two pebble beaches on the northern side and a few on the southern side. The rest of the beaches are rocky and wild, especially on the western side of the island.

If you want to enjoy peace, quiet, solitude, escape from the rhythm of everyday urban life, and explore an untouched oasis accompanied only by the song of crickets, then this is the ideal place for you.
#31/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

Just in front of Vela Luka, this little island of love is situated.
It is an indispensable part of the sunset view from Vela Luka. On the horizon, the lush green pine forest blends with the blue color of the sky and the azure color of the sea. A walking path encircles the entire island, leading to two pebble beaches on the northern side and a few on the southern side. The rest of the beaches are rocky and wild, especially on the western side of the island.

If you want to enjoy peace, quiet, solitude, escape from the rhythm of everyday urban life, and explore an untouched oasis accompanied only by the song of crickets, then this is the ideal place for you.
#31/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤 Just in front of Vela Luka, this little island of love is situated. It is an indispensable part of the sunset view from Vela Luka. On the horizon, the lush green pine forest blends with the blue color of the sky and the azure color of the sea. A walking path encircles the entire island, leading to two pebble beaches on the northern side and a few on the southern side. The rest of the beaches are rocky and wild, especially on the western side of the island. If you want to enjoy peace, quiet, solitude, escape from the rhythm of everyday urban life, and explore an untouched oasis accompanied only by the song of crickets, then this is the ideal place for you.
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Island Gubeša is located in the Gradina Bay near Korčula and is an ideal place if you want to escape from everyday life and the hustle and bustle of the city.

This small, nearly round island has a diameter of just over a hundred meters.

The name of the island suggests that lepers were treated and died there, but the truth is completely different: Gubeša was a summer residence for wealthy Romans!

The island is covered with dense Mediterranean aromatic, honey, and medicinal plants, as well as olive trees that have thrived on the island since Roman times. It was the Romans who recognized the exceptional picturesque and beautiful location and built a lavish country house, a villa rustica, on it shortly after the birth of Christ. Today, the foundations of the walls, a cistern, and numerous fragments of various ceramics, especially amphorae, are visible. On Gubeša, you can still see parts of the central heating system and mosaic floor tiles scattered around the surrounding dry stone walls and terraces, which testify to the quality of their country life.

In the last century, the entire island was cultivated and planted with vineyards, and today it is a true Robinson Crusoe oasis with a total of three occasionally inhabited fisherman-farmer houses, renovated to accommodate modern nomads who prefer unspoiled nature over the crowds of many tourist destinations.
#30/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

Island Gubeša is located in the Gradina Bay near Korčula and is an ideal place if you want to escape from everyday life and the hustle and bustle of the city.

This small, nearly round island has a diameter of just over a hundred meters.

The name of the island suggests that lepers were treated and died there, but the truth is completely different: Gubeša was a summer residence for wealthy Romans!

The island is covered with dense Mediterranean aromatic, honey, and medicinal plants, as well as olive trees that have thrived on the island since Roman times. It was the Romans who recognized the exceptional picturesque and beautiful location and built a lavish country house, a villa rustica, on it shortly after the birth of Christ. Today, the foundations of the walls, a cistern, and numerous fragments of various ceramics, especially amphorae, are visible. On Gubeša, you can still see parts of the central heating system and mosaic floor tiles scattered around the surrounding dry stone walls and terraces, which testify to the quality of their country life.

In the last century, the entire island was cultivated and planted with vineyards, and today it is a true Robinson Crusoe oasis with a total of three occasionally inhabited fisherman-farmer houses, renovated to accommodate modern nomads who prefer unspoiled nature over the crowds of many tourist destinations.
#30/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

Island Gubeša is located in the Gradina Bay near Korčula and is an ideal place if you want to escape from everyday life and the hustle and bustle of the city.

This small, nearly round island has a diameter of just over a hundred meters.

The name of the island suggests that lepers were treated and died there, but the truth is completely different: Gubeša was a summer residence for wealthy Romans!

The island is covered with dense Mediterranean aromatic, honey, and medicinal plants, as well as olive trees that have thrived on the island since Roman times. It was the Romans who recognized the exceptional picturesque and beautiful location and built a lavish country house, a villa rustica, on it shortly after the birth of Christ. Today, the foundations of the walls, a cistern, and numerous fragments of various ceramics, especially amphorae, are visible. On Gubeša, you can still see parts of the central heating system and mosaic floor tiles scattered around the surrounding dry stone walls and terraces, which testify to the quality of their country life.

In the last century, the entire island was cultivated and planted with vineyards, and today it is a true Robinson Crusoe oasis with a total of three occasionally inhabited fisherman-farmer houses, renovated to accommodate modern nomads who prefer unspoiled nature over the crowds of many tourist destinations.
#30/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

Island Gubeša is located in the Gradina Bay near Korčula and is an ideal place if you want to escape from everyday life and the hustle and bustle of the city.

This small, nearly round island has a diameter of just over a hundred meters.

The name of the island suggests that lepers were treated and died there, but the truth is completely different: Gubeša was a summer residence for wealthy Romans!

The island is covered with dense Mediterranean aromatic, honey, and medicinal plants, as well as olive trees that have thrived on the island since Roman times. It was the Romans who recognized the exceptional picturesque and beautiful location and built a lavish country house, a villa rustica, on it shortly after the birth of Christ. Today, the foundations of the walls, a cistern, and numerous fragments of various ceramics, especially amphorae, are visible. On Gubeša, you can still see parts of the central heating system and mosaic floor tiles scattered around the surrounding dry stone walls and terraces, which testify to the quality of their country life.

In the last century, the entire island was cultivated and planted with vineyards, and today it is a true Robinson Crusoe oasis with a total of three occasionally inhabited fisherman-farmer houses, renovated to accommodate modern nomads who prefer unspoiled nature over the crowds of many tourist destinations.
#30/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

Island Gubeša is located in the Gradina Bay near Korčula and is an ideal place if you want to escape from everyday life and the hustle and bustle of the city.

This small, nearly round island has a diameter of just over a hundred meters.

The name of the island suggests that lepers were treated and died there, but the truth is completely different: Gubeša was a summer residence for wealthy Romans!

The island is covered with dense Mediterranean aromatic, honey, and medicinal plants, as well as olive trees that have thrived on the island since Roman times. It was the Romans who recognized the exceptional picturesque and beautiful location and built a lavish country house, a villa rustica, on it shortly after the birth of Christ. Today, the foundations of the walls, a cistern, and numerous fragments of various ceramics, especially amphorae, are visible. On Gubeša, you can still see parts of the central heating system and mosaic floor tiles scattered around the surrounding dry stone walls and terraces, which testify to the quality of their country life.

In the last century, the entire island was cultivated and planted with vineyards, and today it is a true Robinson Crusoe oasis with a total of three occasionally inhabited fisherman-farmer houses, renovated to accommodate modern nomads who prefer unspoiled nature over the crowds of many tourist destinations.
#30/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

Island Gubeša is located in the Gradina Bay near Korčula and is an ideal place if you want to escape from everyday life and the hustle and bustle of the city.

This small, nearly round island has a diameter of just over a hundred meters.

The name of the island suggests that lepers were treated and died there, but the truth is completely different: Gubeša was a summer residence for wealthy Romans!

The island is covered with dense Mediterranean aromatic, honey, and medicinal plants, as well as olive trees that have thrived on the island since Roman times. It was the Romans who recognized the exceptional picturesque and beautiful location and built a lavish country house, a villa rustica, on it shortly after the birth of Christ. Today, the foundations of the walls, a cistern, and numerous fragments of various ceramics, especially amphorae, are visible. On Gubeša, you can still see parts of the central heating system and mosaic floor tiles scattered around the surrounding dry stone walls and terraces, which testify to the quality of their country life.

In the last century, the entire island was cultivated and planted with vineyards, and today it is a true Robinson Crusoe oasis with a total of three occasionally inhabited fisherman-farmer houses, renovated to accommodate modern nomads who prefer unspoiled nature over the crowds of many tourist destinations.
#30/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤 Island Gubeša is located in the Gradina Bay near Korčula and is an ideal place if you want to escape from everyday life and the hustle and bustle of the city. This small, nearly round island has a diameter of just over a hundred meters. The name of the island suggests that lepers were treated and died there, but the truth is completely different: Gubeša was a summer residence for wealthy Romans! The island is covered with dense Mediterranean aromatic, honey, and medicinal plants, as well as olive trees that have thrived on the island since Roman times. It was the Romans who recognized the exceptional picturesque and beautiful location and built a lavish country house, a villa rustica, on it shortly after the birth of Christ. Today, the foundations of the walls, a cistern, and numerous fragments of various ceramics, especially amphorae, are visible. On Gubeša, you can still see parts of the central heating system and mosaic floor tiles scattered around the surrounding dry stone walls and terraces, which testify to the quality of their country life. In the last century, the entire island was cultivated and planted with vineyards, and today it is a true Robinson Crusoe oasis with a total of three occasionally inhabited fisherman-farmer houses, renovated to accommodate modern nomads who prefer unspoiled nature over the crowds of many tourist destinations.
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At the very entrance to the deep bay of Vela Luka, there is a beautiful islet called Proizd.

In 2007, it was named the beach of the year on the Croatian Adriatic, and every year leading world magazines and portals rank it among the best destinations.

Stunning beauty, untouched nature, and breathtaking turquoise sea describe all that this island of unparalleled beauty offers.

The most beautiful beaches, Batalo, Veli Bili Bok, Mali Bili Bok, and Donji Bili Bok, are located on the northern side, accessible by well-maintained walking paths surrounded by forest and the sound of cicadas.
#29/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

At the very entrance to the deep bay of Vela Luka, there is a beautiful islet called Proizd.

In 2007, it was named the beach of the year on the Croatian Adriatic, and every year leading world magazines and portals rank it among the best destinations.

Stunning beauty, untouched nature, and breathtaking turquoise sea describe all that this island of unparalleled beauty offers.

The most beautiful beaches, Batalo, Veli Bili Bok, Mali Bili Bok, and Donji Bili Bok, are located on the northern side, accessible by well-maintained walking paths surrounded by forest and the sound of cicadas.
#29/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

At the very entrance to the deep bay of Vela Luka, there is a beautiful islet called Proizd.

In 2007, it was named the beach of the year on the Croatian Adriatic, and every year leading world magazines and portals rank it among the best destinations.

Stunning beauty, untouched nature, and breathtaking turquoise sea describe all that this island of unparalleled beauty offers.

The most beautiful beaches, Batalo, Veli Bili Bok, Mali Bili Bok, and Donji Bili Bok, are located on the northern side, accessible by well-maintained walking paths surrounded by forest and the sound of cicadas.
#29/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

At the very entrance to the deep bay of Vela Luka, there is a beautiful islet called Proizd.

In 2007, it was named the beach of the year on the Croatian Adriatic, and every year leading world magazines and portals rank it among the best destinations.

Stunning beauty, untouched nature, and breathtaking turquoise sea describe all that this island of unparalleled beauty offers.

The most beautiful beaches, Batalo, Veli Bili Bok, Mali Bili Bok, and Donji Bili Bok, are located on the northern side, accessible by well-maintained walking paths surrounded by forest and the sound of cicadas.
#29/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

At the very entrance to the deep bay of Vela Luka, there is a beautiful islet called Proizd.

In 2007, it was named the beach of the year on the Croatian Adriatic, and every year leading world magazines and portals rank it among the best destinations.

Stunning beauty, untouched nature, and breathtaking turquoise sea describe all that this island of unparalleled beauty offers.

The most beautiful beaches, Batalo, Veli Bili Bok, Mali Bili Bok, and Donji Bili Bok, are located on the northern side, accessible by well-maintained walking paths surrounded by forest and the sound of cicadas.
#29/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

At the very entrance to the deep bay of Vela Luka, there is a beautiful islet called Proizd.

In 2007, it was named the beach of the year on the Croatian Adriatic, and every year leading world magazines and portals rank it among the best destinations.

Stunning beauty, untouched nature, and breathtaking turquoise sea describe all that this island of unparalleled beauty offers.

The most beautiful beaches, Batalo, Veli Bili Bok, Mali Bili Bok, and Donji Bili Bok, are located on the northern side, accessible by well-maintained walking paths surrounded by forest and the sound of cicadas.
#29/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

At the very entrance to the deep bay of Vela Luka, there is a beautiful islet called Proizd.

In 2007, it was named the beach of the year on the Croatian Adriatic, and every year leading world magazines and portals rank it among the best destinations.

Stunning beauty, untouched nature, and breathtaking turquoise sea describe all that this island of unparalleled beauty offers.

The most beautiful beaches, Batalo, Veli Bili Bok, Mali Bili Bok, and Donji Bili Bok, are located on the northern side, accessible by well-maintained walking paths surrounded by forest and the sound of cicadas.
#29/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

At the very entrance to the deep bay of Vela Luka, there is a beautiful islet called Proizd.

In 2007, it was named the beach of the year on the Croatian Adriatic, and every year leading world magazines and portals rank it among the best destinations.

Stunning beauty, untouched nature, and breathtaking turquoise sea describe all that this island of unparalleled beauty offers.

The most beautiful beaches, Batalo, Veli Bili Bok, Mali Bili Bok, and Donji Bili Bok, are located on the northern side, accessible by well-maintained walking paths surrounded by forest and the sound of cicadas.
#29/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

At the very entrance to the deep bay of Vela Luka, there is a beautiful islet called Proizd.

In 2007, it was named the beach of the year on the Croatian Adriatic, and every year leading world magazines and portals rank it among the best destinations.

Stunning beauty, untouched nature, and breathtaking turquoise sea describe all that this island of unparalleled beauty offers.

The most beautiful beaches, Batalo, Veli Bili Bok, Mali Bili Bok, and Donji Bili Bok, are located on the northern side, accessible by well-maintained walking paths surrounded by forest and the sound of cicadas.
#29/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤 At the very entrance to the deep bay of Vela Luka, there is a beautiful islet called Proizd. In 2007, it was named the beach of the year on the Croatian Adriatic, and every year leading world magazines and portals rank it among the best destinations. Stunning beauty, untouched nature, and breathtaking turquoise sea describe all that this island of unparalleled beauty offers. The most beautiful beaches, Batalo, Veli Bili Bok, Mali Bili Bok, and Donji Bili Bok, are located on the northern side, accessible by well-maintained walking paths surrounded by forest and the sound of cicadas.
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#28/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

The islands that adorn Pakoštane and make it unique are the islands of meeting, love, and parting, as the locals call them.

Sv. Justina, Školj, and Babuljaš are an integral part of Pakoštane and must-see places that can even be reached by swimming with great caution, especially during the summer period!
#28/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

The islands that adorn Pakoštane and make it unique are the islands of meeting, love, and parting, as the locals call them.

Sv. Justina, Školj, and Babuljaš are an integral part of Pakoštane and must-see places that can even be reached by swimming with great caution, especially during the summer period!
#28/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

The islands that adorn Pakoštane and make it unique are the islands of meeting, love, and parting, as the locals call them.

Sv. Justina, Školj, and Babuljaš are an integral part of Pakoštane and must-see places that can even be reached by swimming with great caution, especially during the summer period!
#28/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

The islands that adorn Pakoštane and make it unique are the islands of meeting, love, and parting, as the locals call them.

Sv. Justina, Školj, and Babuljaš are an integral part of Pakoštane and must-see places that can even be reached by swimming with great caution, especially during the summer period!
#28/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

The islands that adorn Pakoštane and make it unique are the islands of meeting, love, and parting, as the locals call them.

Sv. Justina, Školj, and Babuljaš are an integral part of Pakoštane and must-see places that can even be reached by swimming with great caution, especially during the summer period!
#28/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

The islands that adorn Pakoštane and make it unique are the islands of meeting, love, and parting, as the locals call them.

Sv. Justina, Školj, and Babuljaš are an integral part of Pakoštane and must-see places that can even be reached by swimming with great caution, especially during the summer period!
#28/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤 The islands that adorn Pakoštane and make it unique are the islands of meeting, love, and parting, as the locals call them. Sv. Justina, Školj, and Babuljaš are an integral part of Pakoštane and must-see places that can even be reached by swimming with great caution, especially during the summer period!
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#27/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

The Church of St. Justin and the old cemetery are located on the islet of the same name, just 300 meters from Pakoštane.

The church was built in the 17th century on the foundations of an older church. Historical records indicate that the church was constructed or restored after the Battle of Lepanto in 1571. According to stories, a soldier from Pakoštane went to the battle and promised to build a church if he returned, and he fulfilled his promise. The victory at the Battle of Lepanto on October 7, 1571, on the day of Saint Justin, was a beacon of hope for liberation from the Turks.
#27/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

The Church of St. Justin and the old cemetery are located on the islet of the same name, just 300 meters from Pakoštane.

The church was built in the 17th century on the foundations of an older church. Historical records indicate that the church was constructed or restored after the Battle of Lepanto in 1571. According to stories, a soldier from Pakoštane went to the battle and promised to build a church if he returned, and he fulfilled his promise. The victory at the Battle of Lepanto on October 7, 1571, on the day of Saint Justin, was a beacon of hope for liberation from the Turks.
#27/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

The Church of St. Justin and the old cemetery are located on the islet of the same name, just 300 meters from Pakoštane.

The church was built in the 17th century on the foundations of an older church. Historical records indicate that the church was constructed or restored after the Battle of Lepanto in 1571. According to stories, a soldier from Pakoštane went to the battle and promised to build a church if he returned, and he fulfilled his promise. The victory at the Battle of Lepanto on October 7, 1571, on the day of Saint Justin, was a beacon of hope for liberation from the Turks.
#27/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

The Church of St. Justin and the old cemetery are located on the islet of the same name, just 300 meters from Pakoštane.

The church was built in the 17th century on the foundations of an older church. Historical records indicate that the church was constructed or restored after the Battle of Lepanto in 1571. According to stories, a soldier from Pakoštane went to the battle and promised to build a church if he returned, and he fulfilled his promise. The victory at the Battle of Lepanto on October 7, 1571, on the day of Saint Justin, was a beacon of hope for liberation from the Turks.
#27/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

The Church of St. Justin and the old cemetery are located on the islet of the same name, just 300 meters from Pakoštane.

The church was built in the 17th century on the foundations of an older church. Historical records indicate that the church was constructed or restored after the Battle of Lepanto in 1571. According to stories, a soldier from Pakoštane went to the battle and promised to build a church if he returned, and he fulfilled his promise. The victory at the Battle of Lepanto on October 7, 1571, on the day of Saint Justin, was a beacon of hope for liberation from the Turks.
#27/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

The Church of St. Justin and the old cemetery are located on the islet of the same name, just 300 meters from Pakoštane.

The church was built in the 17th century on the foundations of an older church. Historical records indicate that the church was constructed or restored after the Battle of Lepanto in 1571. According to stories, a soldier from Pakoštane went to the battle and promised to build a church if he returned, and he fulfilled his promise. The victory at the Battle of Lepanto on October 7, 1571, on the day of Saint Justin, was a beacon of hope for liberation from the Turks.
#27/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤 The Church of St. Justin and the old cemetery are located on the islet of the same name, just 300 meters from Pakoštane. The church was built in the 17th century on the foundations of an older church. Historical records indicate that the church was constructed or restored after the Battle of Lepanto in 1571. According to stories, a soldier from Pakoštane went to the battle and promised to build a church if he returned, and he fulfilled his promise. The victory at the Battle of Lepanto on October 7, 1571, on the day of Saint Justin, was a beacon of hope for liberation from the Turks.
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#26/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

Artina is an uninhabited islet located near the island of Vrgada, and administratively belongs to the Municipality of Pakoštane.

The beauty of this islet is complemented by the stunning colors of the shallows on its southern side, which is only 115 meters away from the island of Vrgada.

Some might say, “A touch of the Maldives in the Adriatic, Artina” 🏊🏝
#26/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

Artina is an uninhabited islet located near the island of Vrgada, and administratively belongs to the Municipality of Pakoštane.

The beauty of this islet is complemented by the stunning colors of the shallows on its southern side, which is only 115 meters away from the island of Vrgada.

Some might say, “A touch of the Maldives in the Adriatic, Artina” 🏊🏝
#26/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

Artina is an uninhabited islet located near the island of Vrgada, and administratively belongs to the Municipality of Pakoštane.

The beauty of this islet is complemented by the stunning colors of the shallows on its southern side, which is only 115 meters away from the island of Vrgada.

Some might say, “A touch of the Maldives in the Adriatic, Artina” 🏊🏝
#26/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

Artina is an uninhabited islet located near the island of Vrgada, and administratively belongs to the Municipality of Pakoštane.

The beauty of this islet is complemented by the stunning colors of the shallows on its southern side, which is only 115 meters away from the island of Vrgada.

Some might say, “A touch of the Maldives in the Adriatic, Artina” 🏊🏝
#26/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

Artina is an uninhabited islet located near the island of Vrgada, and administratively belongs to the Municipality of Pakoštane.

The beauty of this islet is complemented by the stunning colors of the shallows on its southern side, which is only 115 meters away from the island of Vrgada.

Some might say, “A touch of the Maldives in the Adriatic, Artina” 🏊🏝
#26/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤

Artina is an uninhabited islet located near the island of Vrgada, and administratively belongs to the Municipality of Pakoštane.

The beauty of this islet is complemented by the stunning colors of the shallows on its southern side, which is only 115 meters away from the island of Vrgada.

Some might say, “A touch of the Maldives in the Adriatic, Artina” 🏊🏝
#26/104 Dalmatians 🤍🖤 Artina is an uninhabited islet located near the island of Vrgada, and administratively belongs to the Municipality of Pakoštane. The beauty of this islet is complemented by the stunning colors of the shallows on its southern side, which is only 115 meters away from the island of Vrgada. Some might say, “A touch of the Maldives in the Adriatic, Artina” 🏊🏝
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