If you visit this enchanting country, chances are good that you will cross some bridges in Croatia. You'll literally find them everywhere. There are a lot of bridges in the coastal area. Also, there are quite a few bridges which connect reachable islands with mainland.
Below you'll see a list of my bridge photos which I've discovered over the years.
Isn't that a pictorially photo? The Maslina bridge, water flowing, karst limestone and the Velebit mountain range in the background (Click here to see other photos of Croatian mountains). In my opinion, this is one of the most imposingly bridges in Croatia. Not only because of it's size, but of the breathtaking natural beauty around.
We were on the way to Plitvice Lakes and stopped at the "old Maslina bridge" which you can also see below (red bridge). We parked the car behind the bridge and walked over the bridge. From here we had a fantastic view onto the Maslina bridge!
That's the "old Maslina bridge" which was damaged during war. From here I made the first photo. Sounds funny, but I actually "took a photo of a bridge FROM another bridge" :-)
Another photo of this bridge with my girlfriend walking over it. By the way, do you see the fishing boat in the pictures above? It should give you a feeling of the height...
This is one of the bridges which connect islands with mainland. The picture above shows the bridge to Vir island.
Bridge to Vir island from the near village called Privlaka (mainland).
One day we explored a near uninhabitated isle right besides Vir - via boat. While we were on the way back, I made this photo of the bridge.
You can have some wonderful views of sunsets right from the bridge to Vir :-)
That's a closer look onto the Trogirski canal bridge. Many of these smaller bridges in Croatia are "lifting bridges".
We coincidentally discovered this beautiful foodbridge in Trogir. The turning of the bridge is impressive, isn't it?
I also like this foodbridge in Zadar. The so called "Zadar harbour bridge" is especially beautiful at night when the bridge is lighted.
...I love cities at night, with all those shimmering lights - and I love lighted bridges at night :-)
That's the bridge near Sibenik - I find it also very impressive.
Me in front of the Sibenik bridge. Yes, I weared a jacket - it was in fall...
Finally, here's a photo of the bridge which connects mainland with Krk island. This is actually the most popular bridge in Croatia which you'll find on many travel magazines and guide books.
By the way, not all bridges are free to cross.
The bridge to Krk costs 15 Kunas (2 EUR).
I hope you enjoyed my photos of Croatia bridges!
Get ready to plunge yourself in a fulfilling travel experience!