Croatia is filled with beautiful islands(1200 to be precise), but which ones are the best ones to visit?

VIS

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Closest mainland port: Split

How to get there: Boat

Things to see/do: The Levaman Fortress houses the Archaeological Museum, with exhibits including a 4th-century-B.C. bronze head of the goddess Artemis and amphorae recovered offshore. On a small peninsula, St. Jerome’s Church and Monastery is built over an ancient Roman theater.

Fun Fact: Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again was filmed on location on Vis.

KORCULA

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Closest mainland port: Makarska.

How to get there: Boat.

Things to see/do: Korcula Old Town, Vela Przina Beach.

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HVAR

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Closest mainland port: Split.

How to get there: Boat.

Things to see/do: Hvar Cathedral, Pakleni islands boat excursion, Dubovica beach.

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BRAC

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Closest mainland port: Split.

How to get there: Boat/Ferry.

Things to see/do: The towns of Pučišća, Supetar and Bol. The White-pebble beach Zlatni Rat (Golden Cape).

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MLJET

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Closest mainland port: Dubrovnik.

How to get there: Boat.

Things to see/do: Mljet National park, the villages of MLJET include Goveđari, Polače and Pomena. The Odisejeva špilja - Coastal limestone rock cave on an island steeped in Greek mythology, with a 66-ft. tunnel.

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