Alongside the world’s leading brand of tourist guides, Lonely Planet, and its article “How to spend a year in Croatia as a digital nomad” in which they praised Croatia for its many advantages for digital nomads, other American media revealed their affinity towards Croatian destinations as well.
The reputable American travel magazine Travel + Leisure has included Dubrovnik’s beach Sveti Jakov among the most beautiful European beaches, putting it in the top 10 hidden beaches in Europe that are worth visiting. The pebble beach of Sveti Jakov, located only a kilometre south of the city centre, prides itself with a quiet surrounding and serene atmosphere with a beautiful view of the Island of Lokrum and the Old town.
While Sveti Jakov beach enjoys its deserved title, the American online magazine Money Inc ranked Dubrovnik and Zadar among the top 20 European destinations surrounded by beautiful nature. Dubrovnik took the high 4th place on the list, with the author describing the Pearl of the Adriatic as a place that hides countless opportunities for an exciting and carefree vacation.
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