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Triluke Bay, Croatia Cruise Port

Triluke Bay is a beautiful cove which rests on the southern-most coast of the island of Pasman. Utterly peaceful and tranquil, this idyllic cove is a place of hidden beaches and pine forests waiting to be explored, as well as a series of monasteries, churches and ancient villages, all with a distinct charm.

The island of Pasman itself is no stranger to natural beauty, enjoying spotless beaches, marvellous architecture and a serene atmosphere that makes it an outstanding place to enjoy some rest and relaxation. More populated areas may be privy to the hustle and bustle of crowds, but you're very unlikely to find that here.

In Triluke Bay, the well-preserved landscape is lacking in commercial interests and typical tourist traps, meaning a sail along the coastline is completely hassle-free. The abundant sand and gravel beaches within the bay mean you'll never get bored of this gorgeous shoreline. With a stunning backdrop of grassy plains, vineyards and olive groves completing the picture, this is a locale designed to provide you with secluded comfort.

Sightseeing in Triluke Bay

Tkon

Situated on the southern coast of Pasman, this ancient and quaint fishing village is home to fabulous beaches, restored convents and friendly locals. Those looking for a water sports thrills can enjoy some sailing, diving, windsurfing, kayaking and much more. The beaches are also popular with the locals, so if you want to experience the authentic Pasman experience, look no further. Other highlights include the Benedictine Convent of St Kuzme, built on the foundations of an early byzantine fort, and an amazing architectural marvel.

The Kornati National Park

A mere boat ride away from Triluke Bay is the awe-inspiring archipelago of Kornati. This beautiful collection of 140 islands, inlets and cliffs is revered for its natural beauty the world over and like many of the sights in the Pasman, is rarely overcrowded. Chartering a private boat from one of the villages on the Pasman Coast means you can discover the verdant grassy atolls and lush orchards of this unbelievable archipelago in fine style.

Kraj

Kraj is a charming village on the south-eastern coast of Pasman and is only a few kilometres away from the secluded coves of Triluke Bay. Dozens of inlets are scattered like diamonds upon the Pasman Channel facing the village, making it an ideal spot for enjoying panoramic views of the ocean. With a local sea current which changes every six hours, this is the cleanest section of the Adriatic Sea to be found for some miles. The local beach of Tractica is revered to be the most beautiful on the island of Pasman, and many of the locals flock there in the evening sunshine. Other highlights include the Gothic Franciscan monastery of St Dujma and a renovated 17th century Baroque cloister.

Shopping in Triluke Bay

For curios and handmade garments that you are extremely unlikely to find anywhere else, head to the Tkon Market, which features local bakers selling fresh produce and desserts, confectionery stalls which offer scintillating sweets and even hand-woven tapestries made by local village women.

Eating out in Triluke Bay

The Restoran De Loro in Pasman is well worth the trip from Triluke Bay. Featuring a great range of seafood, including calamari dishes, prawn salads and lobster platters, as well as a party atmosphere that will embrace you as soon you set foot through the door, this local favourite is a vital stop for any foodie.

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