Brijuni Islands National Park
It's a must see for all fans of Croatia like me. It is a UNESCO heritage site consisting of 14 small archipelago islands, the largest one having once been the home residence of Yugoslavia's ex-president, Tito. His cadillac is still on the island for tourists to admire. The only island that can be visited is easily accessible. If you are visiting Brijuni National Park, the best thing is to buy a ticket the day before at the Brijuni National Park office in front of the port. Once you have a ticket take the boat at the designated time. It comes with a guide in the language of your preference, roundtrip transportation, access to the Tito museum, his zoo with some of his animals still roaming around, and free time to walk around the island at the end of the tour before your boat takes you back to Fazana. So, visit Brijuni, because everything there is perfect and you won't be disappointed!