Island of Krapanj
Extremely flat, the lowest and the smallest out of all populated islands on the Adriatic, Krapanj is an unique island, indeed. As fascinating as his height, is the fact that the island was the most densely populated island in Croatia with its 1960 population of over 1500 people on less than a half of square km. Having so little land to grown food on, life on the island was rough, even though it is only 400m away from the mainland. Krpanj is also known for the sponge diving tradition, which the island cherishes for centuries and the beautiful pebble beaches specially suitable for children playing.