Most of the beaches are located on the northeast side of the Baška coast. All beaches are sandy and robinson's, which means there are no noisy cafes, roads, cars and dress code. The only way to reach the beaches is by foot (the closest is 45 minutes from the center) or by boat.
The most famous beach among them is Vela Luka. Vela Luka is the only beach that has a waterfront for docking and a small restaurant.
If you want to rest from the crowded Vela beach in Baska then these beaches are the right choice for you.
Prvic Island is the largest uninhabited island in Croatia and a nature park. The entire southwestern side of the island is full of small beaches that are mostly without of people.