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There's no sand here, so perhaps it shouldn't be called a beach...but it has all the advantages of both a beach and a swimming pool. It has loungers for hire which you can set up in your own little space between outcrops of rocks under...More
We went to the information desk (fantastic help we got there, located in the center of the Diocletian's Palace) and they recommend this beach. Sadly we only went the last day, we loved it there. It's warmer than the beaches along the Adriatic coast, seems...More
Really enjoyed visiting this beach and felt much more away from the other tourists. It does get busy with locals and a lot of children but has many rock bays along from the main section that you can feel much more secluded. It has a...More
Read some great reviews on this beach that's why we went !! Think if you have a family it's probably a great location. If you are looking to snorkel and sunbathe there's better beaches.
It was easy to get to on number 12 bus and...More
This beach is awesome, accessible by bus 12 from across the Church on the Riva, ride until last stop, bus run every 75mn , plenty of shade, even stone picnic tables and bench, nicely swimmable, mostly locals, rock beach very scenic. Don't miss, come prepared...More
A 10 or so min bus ride from outside the Chruch on the Riva (number 12 or 21 bus), drops you at the top of a road. Walk down and you come to a lovely little beach. Plenty of sunbeds (circa 100kuna for the day),...More
This beach is only a short bustrip with bus nr.12 from the fountain at the seaside. The beach is sittuated in the Marjan forrest. You have both sun and shadow because og the trees. On the site you can find a playground with slides, big...More
We walked through Marjan Park and reached Bene Beach. We enjoyed some food at the restaurant and a drink before purchasing some sun loungers to do some sun bathing and swim. The area was quiet and secluded and we even met some lovely locals who...More