- Water Shoes. Rocks, sea urchins, crabs—there’s no shortage of things to cut your feet open on.
- Olive oil. Should you step on a sea urchin, soaking the afflicted body part in olive oil will help you get the spines out.
- Snorkel mask. It may not be fun to step on aquatic life, but it’s sure pretty to look at.
- Your dog. Certain beach areas prohibit animals, but those that don’t are often full of dogs swimming.
- Radler. Radler—a mix of lemonade and beer, often sold pre-mixed—is the perfect beverage for a hot Croatian summer day.
- Not necessarily your bathing suit. Topless women are everywhere, though male nudists usually confine themselves to the designated naturist areas.
- A towel. Not necessarily to dry yourself off with, but to made those rocks a little more comfortable to sit on.
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