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Bilotinjak Beach

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Bilotinjak Beach

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Bilotinjak |||, Zaton 23232 Croatia
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Dubrovnik Hinterland Private Tour with Culinary Experience
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Dubrovnik Hinterland Private Tour with Culinary Experience

It is not for nothing that people say you eat the best in the smallest local taverns. We add to that – you drink the best there as well. And nowhere so hospitable, relaxed, and homey. The hinterland of Dubrovnik pampers us with authentic home-made, historical gastronomy. More than a must-see trip!
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Marc P wrote a review Jul 2018
Istres, France10 contributions3 helpful votes
Went there with my two kids, 2 & 7 years old, and we quickly realized it wasn’t a very child friendly beach. There were lots of small rocks/stones on the seabed and the water got deep quite quickly. Our 2-year old had to stay on the beach while me and my 7 year old went snorkeling. All in all, a nice, secluded beach, but not suitable for small children
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Boris M wrote a review Sep 2017
Piestany, Slovakia388 contributions32 helpful votes
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An unknown sand beach between Privlaka and Zaton with a very clear water. There isn´t any restaurant or any ice cream stall, and of course not much people stay there. It´s place for relax and listening of the sea. On the right side is low sea level, but on the left side is higher. I recomanded you stay on the right side, nearer to Zaton. The sand is in the water too and create little sand waves on the seabed. It´s very agreable for feet. Off shore are littles zones with stones and gras, where you can observe sea life or do snorkeling. Don´t worry around stones zones are sand paths therefore you don´t need any swim shoes.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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