Adriatic Sea is the most wonderful sea in the world. I know, this a personal opinion. But let me give you 3 reasons why I think that.
1 The colour
The sea in Croatia always means blue, because of Adriatic sea shimmers with the intoxicating blue. The Adriatic sea is a God given summer pool. The temperature is warm enough to stay in for hours, and cool enough to get refreshed from the midday sun. But if you go on May like me, don’t aspect to jump into the water and to feel comfortable, the sea water is cold in that period of the year.
2.When I say ‘the sea’, can you picture the sea bottom?
The world imagines a perfect beach as a stretch of sand. But if you ever went swimming off a sandy beach, you know that every movement muddies up the water. The Adriatic sea is crystal clear.The tamest beaches are made of round pebbles. The wildest one of rocks. But even at those, you can find polished plateaus for a towel or a deck chair.
Walking on pebbles takes some time getting used to. Your feet will thank you in the end.
3. The best places by the sea in Croatia . Opatija is one of them. Croatian coastal town on the Adriatic Sea. A fashionable resort in the 19th century, it’s dotted with Habsburg-era villas. The Lungomare is a promenade that snakes along the coastline, offering views of the town and neighboring islands. The 1800s Villa Angiolina, set in a garden of exotic plants, houses the Croatian Museum of Tourism. Parts of St. Jacob’s Church date from the 16th century. Ičići is a small place located in Croatia in the north-east part of Istria county. It is located under a mountain Učka, on the north part of the Adriatic Sea. It is joined to Opatija since 2006. Mošćenička Draga is municipality in Primorje-Gorski Kotar County, Croatia. It has 1,535 inhabitants, 90.7% of which are Croats. It is situated southwest of Opatija under Mt. Učka.
Everything on the Adriatic sea is cozy and intimate.
- Croatia borders the Adriatic Sea. But other countries with the Adriatic coast include Italy, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Albania.
- The Adriatic is the northernmost arm of the Mediterranean Sea.
- The average summer temperature of the Adriatic is between 22-26 degrees Celsius.