The island of Biševo stretches over 6 square kilometers and has many caves carved into a steep coastline.
Bol on Brač is marked by the popular Zlatni Rat Beach, its appearance changing depending on the direction of the wind and waves.
The Blue Cave, one of the most attractive natural phenomena in the Adriatic, is located on the small island of Biševo near Vis. It is only 17 meters wide and 31 meters long. The cave is accessible through a narrow sea passage between the rocks. Sunlight comes in through an underwater opening, flooding the sea and the visitors with silver and blue colors. The only known habitat for the monk seal is right next to it.
The Red Lake and the Blue Lake near Imotski are the best examples of the special hydrography and morphology of Dalmatian karst. Both lakes are characterized by a special shape. These are cave lakes, which means they were created by collapsing of large caves.