Zrće is the most famous Croatian beach, which was named Croatian Ibiza due to its all-day music festivals. This beautiful long pebble beach was declared the most beautiful Croatian beach in the Adriatic Sea in 2002. It can accommodate more than a thousand swimmers, and there are also restaurants, massage tables or deck chairs, and a large parking lot. Since 2003, this beautiful beach also has the Blue Flag, an international ecological recognition of environmental protection. Visitors can also try various sports and recreational activities such as jet skiing, bungee jumping, parasailing, cage ball or wakeboarding. A unique location where the fun in the summer months lasts 24 hours a day, is a phenomenon of Croatian tourism. Countless visitors from all over the world visit numerous music festivals every summer. Many clubs like Aquarius, Papaya, Kalypso or Noe can accommodate up to 3000 guests. Every summer, these clubs also host world-renowned DJs who create a special atmosphere at day and night parties with the sounds of electronic music.