Susak is a small island located in the north of the warm Adriatic sea (Mediterranean). It’s famous for it’s sandy beaches, beautiful folk costumes and yellow dost from which the island made. It is this yellow dust which makes Susak unique - even the the most experienced seamen will agree there’s no similar island in the whole Mediterranean!
Getting to Susak is not an easy task, while finding accommodation is even tougher. These two facts have kept the island of the touristic agencies radars. Most of them are totally unaware of it’s existance, which is a good thing since it keeps crowds off the island.
On the island there’re no roads, noisy night clubs - there are only miles of dusty paths running across sand cascades, which connect the only village with coves on the other side of the island. During winter island is practically deserted. The only 200 people who live there throughout the year are the people who stayed behind during the big emigration wave to he United States. On Susak a special dialect is spoken, which is so different from standard Croatian that nobody in Croatia understands it.
This web page is an attempt of capturing the spirit of this mystical island. Relax and let your imagination take you to this exotic place. Maybe you’ll feel the warm soft dust under your bare feet or feel the smell of the warm sea as it is carried by the mild wind through dark green Susak reed.
If this is the first time you’ve heard of Susak, or even if you’ve spend all of your summers there, you need not to look any further - on this page you will find everything you wanted to know.
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