I got back from a 10-day break from the world. I spent these last days in Klenovica, a small village on the coast of Croatia, and it was very enjoyable. We had an apartment booked only about 150 m away from the closest beach. This was a small bay close to the north part of the village, and luckily with not many visitors. Probably also due to the not so summer weather, we had this spot mostly just for ourselves.
The water was very refreshing. The area is known for springs of fresh water, and they affect the sea temperature. Gaps of much colder water at the sea surface are an interesting phenomena, and can be refreshing at high temperatures.
We booked the appartment via Adriatic.hr, and the main criteria for the search was to include a terrace, as this is the one thing I miss in my rented flat. There’s no need to mention the view from the terrace was lovely, specially when it wasn’t raining. Unfortunately, it rained a lot, so I got to spend much of my time outside on the terrace reading, but more on that in another post. However, the few sunsets were beautiful, even though I had to cuddle myself with a blanket.