The ‘Insider’ magazine brings a lost of 17 tiny European islands that you’ve probably never heard of, but should definitely visit!
Among them are two Croatian islands – Mljet and Vis. Although our beautiful Mljet isn’t that tiny (to us), it is on this list, along with the caption:
With just barely 1,100 inhabitants, sleepy Mljet is a place of serenity and tranquility. Almost 90% of the island is covered in forest, and a huge national park offers miles of scenic walking trails. Fun fact: the island’s only hotel is named after Homer’s Odysseus, who is said to have lingered there, bewitched, for seven years.
Here’s info about Vis island:
Vis, the furthest island from the Croatian mainland, is known for fabulous local wine, fresh seafood, and exciting nightlife activities. Its dramatic scenery evokes an aura of mystery that would fit a James Bond hideaway. Kayak through caves, sail the bays and lagoons, and take it all in from the top of Hum mountain.
If you are quiet vacation lover, check out this amazing list here!