Secret Croatia: ISLANDS WITHOUT CAR

Walking barefoot in Secret Croatia
ISLANDS WITHOUT CARSUnije
– this small paradise is located in the shadow of the island five times larger, Losinj. Cars don’t circulate here because the narrow streets are narrow. The main means of transport is the wheelbarrow; however, a small airport is located on the island. The northern part of the island is of particular ecological importance as it is located on the route of migratory birds. It
is still known for its olives, at the time of the Roman Empire it was all an olive grove. Next to Unije are the islets Vele and Male Srakane. Even here there is no traffic, but there are many bees that attract biologists from all over the worl
https://www.visitlosinj.hr/it/unije.aspx?q=1–1-1-1

Susak –  a small island located in the northern Adriatic, known for its numerous sandy and shallow bays. There are no roads on the island, there are no cars, there are no disco noises; only kilometers of paths that connect the village to remote bays. During the day, small tractors with trailers circulate on the island, the noise of which can only be heard when the load is removed from the ship. A peculiarity is its popular dress, in fact this island, which has just a hundred inhabitants, has the shortest popular dress in Europe and the only one that does not cover the knees.
Silba – called “the door of Dalmatia”. This island is an oasis of peace: cars don’t circulate here too. This island of seafarers and sailors defended themselves from the machines with a decree approved by all the inhabitants. The best known attraction of the island is undoubtedly Toreta, the tower with an external spiral staircase. According to legend, in the 19th century Petar Marinic built it as a reminder of a love never forgotten.
http://www.tzsilba.hr/en/
Zlarin is an island near Šibenik. Zlarin is a car-free green island, a paradise for children, ideal for a relaxing holiday, for those who love taking walks and bathing in the crystal clear sea. All over the world it is known for its corals – here the jewels and coral objects are still worked in a traditional way since the fifteenth century, today remembered in a museum. From 2019 it is the first plastic free island of the Adriatic islands where the use of disposable plastic objects is prohibited.

Prvić – is a small island in the vicinity of Vodice. There are two typical Dalmatian fishing villages on the island: Prvić Luka and Šepurine, and they are connected to each other by a 1 km long road that can be traveled on foot or by bike as traffic is prohibited here.This island is the closest to Sibenik and the coast, so it is called Prvic “the first”. It is also called “the Island of Fausto”, according to Fausto Veranzio, the famous scientist and inventor of the seventeenth century who spent his childhood in Prvic Luka and was buried there.https://www.vodice.hr/it/vodice/isola-di-prvic

 

 

Lopud is located in the Dubrovnik region, it is a small island with a long maritime tradition, without cars and without roads. It represents an excellent alternative to mass tourism.The island boasts a long history, of which you can find evidence: remains of medieval churches, fortresses, summer houses and a splendid Franciscan monastery. The right place for relief from the heat is the Dordic-Mayner park, full of palm trees, pine trees and flowers. Lopud also boasts one of the most beautiful beaches, Šunj, through the thick and luxuriant vegetation.Koločep – the southernmost inhabited island of Croatia, located west of Dubrovnik is a true corner of paradise. There are no roads on the island; the only paved road is the one that connects two fishing villages – Gornje Čelo and Donje Čelo. It is wide for pedestrians, but not for cars.How to get there: with one of the daily ferries from the port of Gruz in Dubrovnik or with a taxi boat

For more information, visit the website https://croatia.hr/it-IT

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