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This beach in Europe is one of the most beautiful in the world, it looks like the Maldives and offers great photos

This beach is one of the recently discovered pearls and begins to grow. achieve a place of choice in the rankings of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

You don't necessarily need to go abroad. on the other side of the world to swim in turquoise waters or on beaches that make you dream. If you're looking for beaches worthy of the best Instagram photos, there are some well-hidden spots in Europe that have it all. If you just want a photogenic spot, several northern islands like the Lofoten Islands in Norway with Haukland Beach or the Islands of North Frisia in Germany offer lovely views. But if you're also looking for guaranteed sun and warmth, head further south!

One of these beaches has just been included in the latest edition of the book of "100 most beautiful beaches in the world" by the Lonely Planet guide. Among these 100 beaches spread around the world, we find some in France, in Spain of course or even in Italy but also and especially in Eastern Europe. It's a new paradise accessible to all. a few hours from Paris. Croatia thus reserves many surprises, especially for those who want to explore the Dalmatian coast more and get away from the crowded Dubrovnik invaded by tourists or Split.

Lonely Planet recommends that you take a trip from Split to the island of Brac. This is where where our famous Zlatni Rat beach is located. Imagine a beach that seems straight out of a postcard from the Maldives, but which is actually located in the heart of the Maldives. in Europe. Zlatni Rat beach, nicknamed “the golden horn”. Due to its unique cluster shape which extends approximately 600 meters towards the sea, it is a true natural gem. Located near the village of Bol, this beach is not only beautiful but also very accessible, making it a popular destination for vacationers.

What makes Zlatni Rat particularly attractive is its harmonious blend of beauty and beauty. natural and practical conveniences. She woné in recent years its rank as a sure value in Croatia, to the point of starting to decline. attract large numbers of tourists in the summer. A charming aspect of Zlatni Rat is its natural setting. Located on the edge of a typically Mediterranean century-old pine tree, the beach offers welcome shade and a peaceful setting.

The path that leads to the beach is a pleasant paved path, bordered by water. of pine trees and overlooking the sea, offering spectacular views. The beach is made up of small round pebbles and is lined with small shops and play areas. Additionally, the beach is supervised in summer, ensuring a safe and enjoyable swimming experience. The water temperature is pleasant, although the depth and currents can become significant a few meters further.

Besides relaxing and swimming, Zlatni Rat is a paradise for lovers of water sports such as windsurfing & sailing and kitesurfing, thanks to the mistral which blows every afternoon. And for those looking for a moment of calm, the beach, less crowded in the morning and evening, becomes an ideal place to admire the sunrise or the sunset in a peaceful atmosphere…

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116