30 Croatian beaches and marinas received "Blue Flag" award as being of the
highest standard as per EU rules.
of Croatian "Blue Flag" beaches
Plaza in Baska, Krk island, Kvarner (1)
kupaliste (City Beach) in Crikvenica, Kvarner (2)
Rata in Brela, Dalmatia (3)
"Parentium" beach in Porec, Istra (4)
"Galijot" beach in Porec, Istra (5)
"Laguna Materada" beach, Porec, Istra (6)
naturist center, Porec, Istra (7)
autocamp, Vrsar, Istra (8)
naturist center, Vrsar, Istra (9)
"Lotosi" beach in Porec, Istra (10)
"Delfin" beach in Porec, Istra, (25)
"Zelena Laguna" beach in Porec, Istra (26)
of hotel "Varazdin" in Selce (27)
beach in Selce (28)
beach in Dugi Rat (29)
beach in Brela, Dalmatia (30)
is "Blue Flag" award?
The Blue Flag is an exclusive eco-label awarded to more than 2,400 beaches
and marinas in 21 countries across Europe in 2000.
The award of the Blue Flag is currently based on 27 criteria for beaches
and 16 criteria for the marinas covering the same four aspects of management:
Environmental Education and Information
Safety and Services.
The Blue Flag Campaign is owned and run by the independent non-profit
organization Foundation for Environmental Education in Europe (FEEE).
The Blue Flag is a symbol of high environmental standards as well as good
sanitary and safety facilities at the beach/marina. The Blue Flag Campaign
includes environmental education and information for the public, decisionmakers
and tourism operators.
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