These islands are made up of caves and cracks that spread over 140 islands. These combined easily make Kornati Islands one of the most photogenic locations around Croatia.
Zlatni Rat, Brac
This piece of land is often called the Golden Horn, thanks to the shape and color of it all from above. Thankfully, you can enjoy breathtaking photos from just about any angle with a trip to Zlatni Rat on the island of Brac.
Krka National Park
It’s no wonder that Krka National Park is on the list of most photogenic locations around Croatia as the park is home to no less than seven waterfalls.
Dubrovnik Old Town
If you love photographing older buildings. Then you’ll want to take a trip to Dubrovnik Old Town. After all, it is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe!
Although this town isn’t a secret, the streets are quiet, making the fishing village perfect for some waterside photos.
Northern Velebit National Park
Hiking and photo opportunities? Yes, please! This national park has some of the best-preserved wilderness in southern Europe and some incredible trails.
Zadar Waterfront is the perfect example of how to blend old and modern architecture. Just don’t forget your camera on a trip here.
There are so many places to explore in Croatia that all offer up their own unique photo opportunities. A trip to some of the most photogenic locations across Croatia should help to give you a vacation photo album that stands out from your friends’. It could be time to get exploring, relax, and start clicking that camera.