A British tourist has been stabbed to death and two others injured during a music festival on the Croatian island of Pag.
Seven people were detained following a fight outside The Kalypso club on Zrce beach, local media report.
Police said the Briton who died is a 26-year-old man, but did not reveal his identity.
“A man fled into the toilet after seeing what had happened to his friend,” a witness told Croatian newspaper Vecernji List.
“I’m sure there are witnesses because there were many people there at the time, and everything happened in front of the fast food restaurant.”
Edi Karuc, deputy director of a hospital in nearby Zadar, said that one man is in intensive care after being stabbed five times in his upper body.
He said: “A British citizen with serious injuries has been brought to our hospital and has been hospitalised in intensive care department. He was stabbed. His life is in danger.”
A Foreign & Commonwealth Office spokesperson confirmed it is aware of the incident.
They said: “Staff from the British Embassy in Zagreb are supporting the family of a British man who died following an incident in Novalja, and are in contact with the Croatian police and the state attorney”.
The northern island of Pag, notably the town of Novalja and Zrce beach, is well known as a summer party destination for young tourists, many of them British.
Tourism is a major industry for Croatia where visitors flock to its stunning Adriatic coast, with more than 1,000 islands and islets.