Blue Lagoon Croatia is a shallow lagoon located on the island of Drvenik Veli in the Middle-Dalmatian archipelago, just 8 nautical miles from Trogir. The island was first inhabited in the 15th century and is home to the village of Drvenik Veliki, with a population of 168. Visitors to the island can explore the village and see the Moretti castle from the 16th century, as well as the small church of Saint Juraj. The south side of the island features the beautiful Solinska bay, and on the east side is the Blue Lagoon, a must-see location for its turquoise waters and stunning beauty.
The Blue Lagoon is a perfect spot for swimming, snorkeling, or diving, and visitors can see a variety of fish and other sea animals from the bottom of the lagoon. There are also two fish restaurants where visitors can enjoy fresh seafood or other dishes. Don’t miss the opportunity to take some memorable photos to take home. Overall, the Blue Lagoon is a true paradise and a must-see destination for anyone visiting Croatia.