Rab Island:

Croatia, the home to beautiful islands, Rab is one of them, located in Northern Croatian coast in the Adriatic Sea.

Island is 22 km(14mi) long, the area of 36 square miles. Population of 9328 according to 2011 survey. Kamenjak at 408 meters is the highest peak of Rab Island. Barren, Karst are the northeastern side while the last Oak forests of the Mediterranean covers the Southwestern.

With 30 sandy beaches Rab is a really Happy island with a lot of tiny, picturesque coves, recognized by tourists from all over the world almost 125 years ago, to this day, due to the crystal clear, warm and shallow sea, great for the entire family. Everyone can find their own private beach on Rab based on their preference. There are naturist beaches, solitary coves, beaches for dogs and beaches for single people looking for a bit of…love 🙂

It is a good place for who loves sandy beaches. The sea is very shallow, you can walk about 2-300 meters and the water is only reach your knee. The beach and water are also very clean.

Rab Island is good place for going with family. It has plenty of room for kids to play. The water is very calm. There is no chance of accident on the beaches of Rab Island.

There are also many hidden beaches, that you can reach them by foot, following the paths through the forest or by bike.

Sandy beach with shallow water. You will spend hours in water laying in sand with kids and than rented a paddle boat and humbled nearby island.

Popular of them are:

  • Kandarola Beach
  • Kandarola Beach
  • Ciganka Beach
  • Pudarica Beach

Weather on the island of Rab is pleasant as warm summers take turns with gentle winters, amounting to a special kind of Mediterranean climate. With around 2600 hours of sunshine a year (that is only 9 overcast days in the entire summer) Rab is a great location for a holiday. Temperatures range between 8 and 17 C in April,all the way to 17-28 C in July and August, with average sea temperature of 25 C.

Oh, and most important of all. Rab is an island with abundance of water, so please, drink it and don’t buy it in plastic bottles. Help us protect the environment we live in and you love to visit.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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