The Croatian coast is one of the most indented in
Europe because there are more 1000 islands, reefs and cliffs along
the Croatian coast, out of which sixty island are inhabited.
Some of the islands Brunik and Jabuka in the middle Dalmatian
area and Kornati Archipelago, attractive row of islands between
ibenik and Zadar Archipelago.
Numerous coves, gulfs and bays make Croatian coast more interesting.
The largest island is Krk that is called by its inhabitants the
seventh continent, and the largest peninsulas are Istria and
Peljeac. The largest bay is Kvarner aqua thorium (many bays,
channels, passages and gates).
The largest river that flows into the eastern Adriatic is Neretva,
and other Croatian rivers that flow in the Adriatic are Mirna and
Raa in Istria, and Zrmanja, Krka and Cetina in Dalmatia.