Copacabana beach is a lovely smallish pebble beach with stunning scenery and clear blue water. There is a small beach bar and a stand alone restaurant. Bring your own water though as its expensive to buy at the bar. The facilities for tourists consist of canoes for hire, pedal boats, jet skis, sunbeds and umbrellas. However my issue is with the inflatable playground in the water. This is a great idea and reasonably priced however there doesn't seem to be an upper or lower age limit so small kids and adults can be on at the same time making big differences to the weight and bounce of the stand alone inflatables of which there are 3. My daughter was on the rock climbing wall when she dropped off and plopped into the water which was fine until a large male adult did the same causing the wall to float over my daughters head. As she is only nine and quite slight she ran into difficulties and it was only the quick reaction of her brother that got her out from underneath. He had tried to attract the attention of the 'lifeguard' but to no avail. Croatia is a beautiful country which doesn't cripple itself with ridiculous 'elf and safety nonsense, it's got more of a ' just look where you are going' vibe but this was a frightening experience for us all and one which need not be repeated if there was an age minimum and maximum set on the playground.
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