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Saplunara beach

Listed under Secluded Beaches in Dalmatian Coast, Croatia.

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Saplunara beach: Saplunara beach on Mljet island is beautiful and comparatively unspoiled. The reasons it qualifies as beautiful can probably be pinned down to the clean white sand in two Aleppo pine and juniper fringed coves. In the largest cove grow several species of plant that thrive nowhere else in Croatia. Because of the rare species there are signs up everywhere asking people to be considerate, which might be why it's so clean, but it could equally be something to do with the fact that there are no ferries to Saplunara, you have to take the bus of taxi from Sobra.

Written by  Jodie Kimbah.

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