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Yacht charter in Croatia

Country of 1000 Islands

Best time
April-September
Airport
Pula, Split, Dubrovnik, Rijeka, Zadar
Languages
Croatian, English
Currency
Kuna
Water area
Adriatic Sea
Tips
World Heritage Cities of Split and Dubrovnik, Kornati Islands National Park

Croatia Regions

The best sailing seasons in Croatia are late spring and early autumn, temperatures are milder, the sea is peaceful and the winds are nicer. Croatia gives you Crystal clear water, sandy and pebbly beaches, enchanting small coastal towns and historical sights. Sea lovers can enjoy Croatia’s mild and pleasant Mediterranean climate, its culinary specialties and its rich culture. Croatia is the perfect destination for a boating summer vacation. Explore an endless blue of possibilities from the charming town of Cavtat and the mysterious Lokrum Island in Dubrovnik, Vela Luka on Korčula, Hvar, and Vis, and all the way to Lošinj and Istria. Discover hidden bays and beaches, find a berth and taste the Mediterranean lifestyle at ports and marinas or sleep peacefully under a blanket of stars… Croatia by sea is a refreshing adventure! Croatia is often called county of 1000 islands, so for sure, there are 1000 things to do. Cost of Croatia has more than 60 marinas, you can find shelter in a safe harbor almost anywhere along the coast. Explore picturesque towns of Istra, historical sites of Pula, beautiful island Krk, Rab and Cres. Play with dolphins near Mali Lošinj, try famous Žlahtina wine from Vrbnik. You can sail between the islands of Drvenik Veli and Mali, Šolta, Brač, Luxury Hvar, Šćedro, Vis and Biševo, every island has its own characteristics and explore the busy nightlife in Split.

Istra

Istria is the largest green oasis of the North Adriatic. The coast and the islands are covered with pine woods and easily recognizable green macchia. As you get to know Istria you will notice more and more enchanting details: church facades and portals, tiny village alleyways with their specific architectural touches, the babble of a stream, the blossoming cherries. Everything is warm-hearted and friendly here: nature, towns, and people.

Kvarner

Kvarner is a region of diverse stories and powerful emotions. Kvarner is an invaluable combination of the sea, islands, and mountains in an extremely small area. In just one day you can sail to the yacht or swim in the sea, and then enjoy the shade of a nearby forest interior. But this is the region and the best scenario for your active holiday or business trips. Indulge yourself with gastronomic pleasures. Enjoy numerous events, cultural events, and festivals, visit the shrines.

Zadar

It is precisely this highly indented coast, the ideal climate, variety of landscape, and particularly the heterogeneous coastline – from cliffs and rocks to pebble and sandy beaches where the difference between the sea and land is almost obliterated – that attract every visitor, whatever he tastes or wishes. Must visit: National park Paklenica, Pag Island with Zrce beach, Telascica nature park, Town of Nin and its saltworks

Šibenik

Šibenik is a historic city in Croatia, located in central Dalmatia where the river Krka flows into the Adriatic Sea. Šibenik region has two stunning national parks (Krka National Park & Kornati National Park), two Unesco World Heritage Citys, 600 Archaeological Sites. Kornati National Park covers an area of 220 km2 and includes a total of 89 islands, islets and crags, with approximately 238 km of the coastline, perfect to explore this beauty by yacht.

Split

If ever there was a coastal region in the world considered to be the most endowed with natural beauty, Split Region would likely hold the winning title. This is a land uniquely blessed with complete raw allure. With a breathtaking shoreline set against the Dinaric Alps, it’s as if nature converged for the sole reason of providing the perfect setting for inspired indulgence. With over 1,000 islands, a pristine sea, and medieval fortresses all in their backyard, it’s no wonder Dalmatians snub the “modern” world.

Dubrovnik

The main attribute of the Dubrovnik region is the Old town Dubrovnik surrounded by magnificent City Walls, but you shouldn’t stop exploring! Dubrovnik region has much more to offer, starting from natural beauties such as National Park Mljet or Lokrum Island, gastronomy and enology pleasures of Pelješac peninsula, or the pinnacle that sun & sea can offer: Sunj beach on Lopud Island.

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