Island of Susak
This unique island is definitely worth visiting if you are staying anywhere near it. It is different than other Croatian islands that are mostly formed by limestone; this one is formed of fine sand. It is speculated that it is formed as a result of sediment deposits from the river Po during the last ice age.
Since the island is quite isolated from the mainland, the inhabitants support themselves by making wine, farming and fishing. Like other island on the Adriatic its main revenue comes from tourism.
You can visit the island by catamaran from Rijeka or by booking a local boat from Mali Lošinj.
There are no roads on the island and you cannot use your car to get there.