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© Arnie PappSplit's riviera has unparalleled views and it's dotted with cafes to enjoy them from
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© Lukas BischoffPrimošten's picturesque riviera circles the entire peninsula
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© Poreč Tourist BoardVisit the UNESCO-listed Euphrasian Basilica during your Poreč riviera stroll
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© aiva.Šibenik's riviera has the blue Adriatic on one side and an UNESCO-listed cathedral on the other
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© Nick SavchenkoTrogir's riviera is UNESCO-listed, along with the rest of the town's centre
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© AnneteColourful houses are a sight to see from Novigrad's seaside promenade
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© Split Tourism BoardSplit's riviera as seen from the city's Cathedral of St. Domnius
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© epepa.euRovinj's riviera is dotted with shops, bars and idyllic seaside cafes
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© Istria Tourist BoardA seafront view of Poreč's pretty promenade
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© xbrchxLovran's peaceful riviera is full of colour
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@ Karlobag Tourist boardVisitors to Karlobag in Zadar County can enjoy a seaside stroll by the city centre
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@ Karlobag Tourist boardKarlobag's surroundings offer lovely forested strolls as well
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@ Croatian Tourist boardThe town of Nin's riviera can be entered by crossing over a sea bridge
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@ Pakoštane Tourist boardPakoštane in Zadar County offers stretches of seaside promenades next to untouched nature
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@ xbrchx Ancient architecture dots the waterfront of Kaštel Štafilić near Split
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@ Dmitri MarutaTraverse the gorgeous old town of Omiš to reach its equally lovely seafront riviera
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@ Dugi Rat Tourist BoardPrivlaka near Zadar has one of the prettiest rivieras in the county
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@ xbrchxWonderful waterfront views grace the town of Kaštel Gomilica near Split
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@ xbrchxWatch palm trees sway to summer breezes from Kaštel Lukšić's riviera near Trogir
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@ dreamer4787 Marvelous mountains peek out from behind the coastal town of Kaštel Stari near Split
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@ xbrchxA turquoise harbour follows the riviera of Kaštel Novi near Split
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@ Marina Frapa
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@ Zoran JelačaŠibenik's riviera is just as stunning farther from the Old Town
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@ Tribunj Tourist boardTribunj, near Šibenik, has a unique fingernail-shaped riviera
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@ xbrchx Pause during your stroll down Opatija's riviera to take in never-ending sea views
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@ xbrchx The peaceful waterfront of Ičići village in Kvarner Bay
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@ xbrchx Mošćenička Draga is great for a waterfront walk to see the sunrise
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@ xbrchx The hilly town of Volosko near Opatija opens up to a gorgeous seafront riviera
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@ xbrchx The must-see Opatija riviera at sunset
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@ marinv The small town of Mlini next to Dubrovnik offers a perfectly landscaped promenade
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@ xbrchx Observe boats from the coast of Primošten (the town's skyline pictured)
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@ Vjeko BegovićTake a riviera respite at one of the Makarka regions perfectly placed benches
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@ Maciej CzekajewskiWalk your way to a lighthouse on the Makarska riviera
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@ Ivo BiočinaMakarska's riviera is flanked by the Adriatic and Biokovo mountain range
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© Ivo Pervan
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© Volodymyr KucherenkoDon't miss a sunset stroll on the Makarska riviera
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© Tisno Tourist BoardThe riviera of Tisno in Šibenik-Knin County is ideal for a stroll at dusk
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© Mediterraneo Bar RovinjReward yourself with a drink at a rocky bar during your Rovinj riviera stroll
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© xbrchxWatch the sun set while listening to Zadar's sea organ on the city's coastal promenade
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© Vrsar Tourist BoardVrsar's riviera views include the sea, pine forests and ancient architecture
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© VedranBaška Voda near Split boasts a beautiful waterfront
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© Ivan VuksaZadar's waterfront includes the city's famous Monument to the Sun

In pictures: 42 photos of Croatia's beautiful rivieras

Explore some of the country's most stunning rivieras

By Daniel Bracun and Lara Rasin
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Croatia's magnificent coastline is broken up into beautiful beaches, Roman-era towns and picture-perfect rivieras. Take a virtual stroll with our gallery of 42 photos showcasing the country's stunning rivieras.

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