Croatia belongs to the most indented Mediterranean countries, with its approximately 1,244 islands adorning the Croatian Adriatic coast. It is divided into 78 islands, 524 small islands and 642 rocks. A total of 47 islands are inhabited. Croatia's islands are the second largest of the islands of the Mediterranean. Inhabited is also Peljesac peninsula. According to the census of 2011 it comes to population growth in these areas,with a total of 7,886 inhabitants compared to the census of 2011. Significant is the fact that the islands comprise of about 3259 square kilometers, almost 5.8% of Croatian mainland. Krk and Cres islands are considered the largest of the islands located in the northern Adriatic, and Hvar and Brac belong to the largest islands located in the central Adriatic. Gorgeous beauty of the islands and various hidden islands attract many domestic and foreign tourists, adventurers from around the world, and particularly enthusiastic sailors who are attracted to the smaller islands with its romantic atmosphere and enjoyable and relaxed way of life and peaceful landscape. The little older will enjoy the beautiful architecture, worthy of ancient monuments and art in stone and wood. One could say that each island has its own story, thanks to custom, rich history and beautiful sites. We should also mention Brijuni comprising of 14 islands, situated between Pula and Rovinj. This is a small paradise where many foreign tourists are enjoying the rich flora and fauna, and also historical monuments that speak of the history of the island ought to be mentioned. One famous island's tradition is masonry and a stone from the island of Brac is built into many buildings in Croatia, Italy and around the world. Especially interesting are the signposts of stone, Adriatic lighthouses that provide a romantic atmosphere. Today they are automated and there are only 15 with the crew. They are especially interesting because some of them are ideal for Robinson tourism and adventure on a deserted area. We can say that you will best get to know Croatian islands if you decide on a hiking or cycling adventure, and you must visit some of the largest islands of Krk, Cres, Brac, Rab, Hvar and others. The island of Pag is very interesting due to its characteristic relief that is very similar to the relief of the moon. On this island you can taste the many culinary delights such as cheese, sheep's milk and olive oil. Also many historians and architects like to spend their time visiting old churches, bell towers, palaces and fortresses. Museums that have a natural and artistic, very rich collection of these monuments of religious architecture dating back to the ancient past are particularly attractive. Many tourists prefer to visit the island of Losinj because of its beautiful scenery and depth, and Dugi otok is known for its richly preserved nature. Pakleni otoci boast its sandy beaches and rocky seabeds that draw many tourists to the underwater activities, fishing and diving. Korcula also stands out thanks to its many legends and monuments, and the smaller islands such as Lopud and Silba provide a perfect holiday without car noise. We can say that every place on the islands has its own way of entertainment, many festivals and the best known royal night fishing on Ugljan and fiesta on the island of Iz. Worth mentioning is chivalric games Moreška on the island Korcula, and the island itself has the most monuments and legends. Because of the large number of islands in Croatia, except for the perfect holiday destination, these islands are especially appealing to many painters and photographers who enjoy the beautiful pictures of nature, and are willing to transfer this beauty on the photo or paper. Our Croatian islands are very profitable for the holidays, just because there you can find the most suitable accommodation and an excellent tourist offer. Crystal blue color of the Adriatic sea, beautiful scenery and the hospitality of the locals are just some details that will certainly not leave you indifferent.