The “olive island” of Unije is the region of tranquility. Low hills overgrown with Mediterranean vegetation come directly to the coastline; Illyrian forts and an Ancient Roman villa seem to invite you to walk along old walls; pebble beaches are washed by azure water of the Adriatic Sea. You’ll find a couple of delightful konobas in the village of Unije – home-style restaurants ready to bring you joy with excellent regional dishes.
Mysterious Susak is located to the north of other isles in the Kvarner Gulf. Because of that it is rarely found among the top tourist destinations of Croatia. However, this characteristic should be considered Susak’s main trump card – golden deserted beaches wait for fans of quiet, unhurried recreation. The island’s infrastructure is also modest – there are no hotels, just a couple of restaurants and a church. But that’s exactly what fascinates in such places, isn’t it?