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Listed under Islands in Dalmatian Coast, Croatia.

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Palagruža is a wild and rocky island halfway between Italy and Croatia.  Its only building is a lighthouse, but most people come for the beaches, which are covered in fine pebbles the roll out into clear, shallow bays ideal for families.  You can only reach the island via chartered boat – most people travel from Korčula, and this is one of the least accessible, and quietest, parts of Croatia.  

Written by  Jodie Kimbah.

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