Cres Island

Categories: Mediterranean, Nature, Seaside

The island of Cres is located in the vast Kvarner Bay and it is the largest Adriatic island. Shore is extremely indented with many pebble beaches on the west and south, while on the north and east one can find many steep and rugged rocks. Cres has rich endemic flora and fauna. It is the least populated island in the Adriatic and Mediterranean sea. People on island are mainly working with sheeps, olives, medicinal herbs, beekeeping and tourism. 

Cres Island

The island of Cres is located in the vast Kvarner Bay and it is the largest Adriatic island. Shore is extremely indented with many pebble beaches on the west and south, while on the north and east one can find many steep and rugged rocks. Cres has rich endemic flora and fauna. It is the least populated island in the Adriatic and Mediterranean sea. People on island are mainly working with sheeps, olives, medicinal herbs, beekeeping and tourism. 

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