Did you know that Croatia has two islands named Prvić? 

I visited both. 

First one is an uninhabited island in the northern part of the Adriatic Sea, located in the Kvarner Gulf. There you can find only sheep and beautiful beaches for people who do not like crowds (Prvić II).

Second one is a small island situated in the Šibenik archipelago and this is the post about it. As you might have already known there are more than thousands of islands within Croatia’s border and I decided to visit at least one new every year. 

How small is this island? It takes only few hours of easy walking to make a roundabout circuit of the entire island and it has only two fishermen settlements, Šepurine and Prvić Luka.

Positive things: Beautiful. Clean sea. Without cars. Quiet. This is a place where you can spend all summer in swimsuit and barefoot, regardless of whether it is time for swimming or lunch.

Negative things: I did not focus on the negatives, I was on vacation. ;)

TIP: Learn more about Faust Vrančić versatile scientist and inventor who spent his childhood on the Island of Prvić. 

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I hope you like this little photo diary I put together to share my time adventuring through Island of Prvić. Let me know if you have visited Croatia and how did you like it. If anyone has any feedback I’d be so appreciative to receive your comments and questions below. 

♥︎ Unta

8 Replies to “Prvić I”

  1. Fantastic – Beautiful pictures and wonderful explanation.
    Surely catches the eye and an ear ! :)
    As always the charm and the elegance at it’s peak.
    Cheers to you for your travel spirit.

    Liked by 1 person

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