Make all your real estate dreams come true and fall in love with the charming Adriatic Sea islands this summer! The Croatian coast is one of the most indented in the world, and it is known for being adorned with 1,244 islands, islets, and reefs. With the status of the country with the largest number of islands, Croatia is truly a real sensation for foreign and domestic tourists who are looking to buy an ideal property in the beautiful blue waters of the Adriatic Sea! With the Croatia Real Estates agency, one of the leading brokerages, you will have the opportunity to explore the most luxurious properties on the current market! With many options, Croatia Real Estates offers a rich selection of residential, commercial, construction real estate, and a considerable number of renovation projects. With attractive offers and prices, Croatia Real Estates offers something for everyone’s taste and budget!
Buying real estate has increased in the last few years, and among the most dominant island locations, we certainly include the islands in the southern Adriatic sea, with the exception of the island of Krk, one of the most sought-after locations for real estate in the northern part. In the range from a minimum of 1,600 euros per m2 to a dizzying 4,000 euros per m2, you will have the opportunity to choose the property of your dreams!
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Croatian islands are considered quite a safe place for living. Usually, the population is smaller than in the continental parts of Croatia therefore the local community is more connected. Apart from some problematic areas, most islands are safe to travel to or live in.
Depending on your life preferences and choices each coin has two sides. Both continental and coastal Croatia have their good and bad parts, but if you are a young person searching for a vibrant local community and education then life in the city would be much more practical for you. Perhaps if you are a retiree then living on the island would be a much better fit due to the tranquil and relaxed atmosphere islands tend to be known for.
The island of Hvar is popular for its sunny and warm climate, and nightlife and is one of the most expensive islands on the Adriatic sea. Usually, a hot spot for foreigners and local visitors, Hvar's night scene is known to be the strongest when it comes to partying on islands, making Hvar an expensive place to visit.
Probably the best beaches are located in the south of Dalmatia/Croatia due to their sandy and exotic-looking beaches, like Sakarun (Long Island) and Lopud (Dubrovnik).
It's hard to choose just one because there are many equally good islands that we would recommend living at. Some of them are Hvar, Brač, Rab and Korčula.
Some of the best islands near Split for a living are the island of Brač, Hvar, Korčula, Šolta, and Drvenik Veli.
On most islands, you can travel by car with a ferry or by bridge. To some, it's necessary to travel by boat.