• Gravel
  • Wild

Stiniva Beach is a wild beach on Vis island, Croatia. White, blazing pebbles cover the whole beach. The water on Stiniva beach is clear and pure blue. It is a little cove surrounded by high, steep cliffs, so it is better to access it by the sea than by foot. However, if you are an adventurer or you are coming by scooter, you can park at the top of the hill above the beach itself. Part of the beach is covered in shade produced by the cliffs. Because of its small length (about 70m), the place has a natural and romantic beach atmosphere. That makes it a desirable hidden spot for couples looking for privacy. There is also a small beach bar available for visitors. It is recommended that you visit Stiniva early in the morning or by the sunset because it gets crowded during the day in the peak of season.


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