Minerska Beach


Minerska Beach is located in the bay of the same name, along the promenade through the Channel of St. Anthony. There used to be a military point here, so until about twenty years ago, access was strictly forbidden. Today it is a beautiful pebble beach with concrete parts, and it is accessible to everyone - it is also equipped with a ramp for the disabled. It is surrounded by pine trees, so there is enough shade during the summer heat. In summer, various festivals are often held here.

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№7 of 12 public beach in Sibenik
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Place Type

public beach



Place Location

Minerska Beach, Šibenik


(4 reviews)
I had gone to this beach with my disabled relative and I was mesmerized by the fact that they were equipped with a ramp for them. The beach had both pebble and concrete parts. I also loved the fact that it was easily accessible.
Visiting Minerska beach was worth it in every way, getting to experience and learn the cultures of the locals through sightseeing and historical facts in the museum. The evenings are awesome and wonderful, i loved it
Had to visit this place after I heard there was a military point here. My imagination just went vogue trying to imagine how much they used to enjoy this place.The beach is so calm and quiet. It has long beautiful pine trees that provide more than enough shade.There's a lot of pebbles but also concrete parts and a disabled ramp for allow easy access to the disabled. I enjoyed this beautiful beach.
very good!!!
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