Located only 30 minutes by boat from the coastal town of Split and 15 minutes from Trogir, this small island is a perfect example of Robinson tourism as it lies without electricity and water but is surrounded by the beautiful blue Adriatic sea. The coast of Blue Lagoon consists a lot of pebbles and rocks but as soon as you put your feet in the sea, they sink into the white sand. The Blue Lagoons here are usually formed between a number of small islands and they are separated by a shallow lagoon. One will always be amazed by the crystal sea water views inside this lagoon area as it is so clear that you can see all the way till the bottom. It is possible to see various fishes and other marine animals at the lagoon bottom area.
Taking boat rides to the Blue Lagoon are a good idea if you don't like taking long boat trips, because the one here is a very short one. These trips are perfect if you are with family and children. Overall, this is an ideal holiday destination for those of you who wish to escape the city noise.
Opposite the Blue Lagoon is the Solta island that boasts of breathtaking views of islets, sailboats and sunsets; all in all a colorful combination. Moving on, there are also a variety of culinary delicacies that can be tasted or checked out at this island. The best known here is the Dobricic wine that can be tasted at local family wineries.
To add to this Blue Lagoon trip, you can also enjoy various summer activities such as snorkeling, swimming, diving and even parasailing. Also, not far from here lies the Krknjasi Bay ( which was the original name for the Blue Lagoon Split) and the small charming ancient town of Trogir. Trogir is one of the oldest towns on the Mediterranean, and dates back to the 8th century B.C. An another name for Trogir is Small Venice. Do you know why? How about you come and find out for yourself? :)