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<h3>Yacht Charter Croatia – The Mediterranean’s Most Famous Sailing Destination</h3></br> <p style="font-size:16px;text-align:justify;">The Adriatic coast of Croatia is known as ‘The Coast of A Thousand Islands’. Its idyllic sailing conditions and easy line-of-sight navigation mean that it has long been a favourite sailing holiday destination for many. </br></p> <p style="font-size:14px;text-align:justify;">This historic coastline has it all: majestic walled cities with Medieval cobbled streets, ancient ruins, romantic cities, vineyard-covered hillsides and national parks offering pine forests with deserted coves and crystal clear turquoise waters – one stunning sight after another. The islands also offer charming fishing villages and historical marinas.</p></br> <h3>Where to sail</h3></br> <p style="font-size:14px;text-align:justify;">In Croatia, you will find the perfect sailing conditions regardless of where you are. There are many different areas to sail into and you can also try a one-way route. From Dubrovnik to Zadar, there are so many majestic places to visit that you will find it difficult to choose only one area.</br></br> The <i><u>Split area</i></u> is probably the most famous sailing destination in Croatia and not without reason. If you start your sailing trip from ACI <i>Marina Split</i> or <i>Marina Kastela</i> you can either do a one-way trip to Dubrovnik thus finding some great places such us Hvar, Stari Grad and Korcula along the way, otherwise, you can do a roundtrip from Split and explore mostly Hvar, Stari Grad, Palmizana and Trogir. Whichever of these routes you choose, we can ensure that you will find great sailing conditions and, of course, you can visit some of the UNESCO’s heritage sites, such as evergreen parks and medieval cities.</br></br> The <i><u>Dubrovnik area</i></u> is the second most popular sailing destination in Croatia. The medieval city of <i>Dubrovnik</i> will definitely catch your eye and transport you back to the past. If you start your sailing holiday in Dubrovnik, you can do either a one-way trip to Split or to Montenegro (Kotor Bay) or do a round trip exploring the Dubrovnik area. Korcula is a must-see island, with great restaurants by the sea and many beautiful beaches to explore. The <i>Mljet National Park</i> is a not-to-miss destination. This National Park hides two world-unique salt lakes. The islet of Saint Mary, with its ancient Benedictine Monastery, is located in one of them, namely the Big Lake. Take a swim in the salt lake with a view of the monastery and take a break for lunch in one of the restaurants of your choice.</br></br> The <i><u>Zadar area</i></u> is dominated by arguably the most beautiful and most dramatic of islands in the entire Kornati area, with sheer cliffs plunging into the sea and a celebrated national park in the south, Telesica, which offers a safe harbour, lots of wildlife, and even an inland saltwater lake. The <i>Kornati National Park</i>, which lends its name to our wider section, lies south of <i>Zadar</i> and north-west of <i>Sibenik</i>. It is composed of 109 islands and is the densest archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea, despite the fact that 76 of these islands are less than one hectare in size.</p></br></br> Your can join like minded sailors partying to the until the small hours, or dine on first rate gastronomic delights. As you sail amongst Croatia's limitless possibilities, with hundreds of small islands, idyllic fishing ports and well-appointed marinas, you will discover the most wonderful areas of outstanding natural beauty .