The World’s Most Popular Sailing Destination
Croatia’s Adriatic or Dalmatian Coast is known as ‘The Coast of a Thousand Islands’. Idyllic sailing conditions and easy line-of-sight navigation mean that it has long been the world’s favourite sailing destination. This historic coastline of Croatia 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.
You can combine your perfect yacht charter with some great cultural wanderings around Croatia and the Croatian islands and coastline.
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Zadar, Croatia. Zadar is one of the less known Croatian cities, but it shouldn’t be overlooked as a yacht charter destination. Like Dubrovnik and Split Zadar is made up of an Old Town and other areas. The Old Town has beautifully preserved streets, filled with boutique fashion stores, quaint cafes, and restaurants. Zadar has a unique feature of a Sea Organ which is a series of tubes located just under the waterline and when the waves crash against it makes a sound.
Zadar Sailing Itinerary. Croatia has a large number of islands and beautiful villages and many of these can be reached on a Zadar sailing itinerary. Kornati, Dugi Otok, Skradin, and Zlarin, are great destinations which can be reached from Zadar.
Croatia. With plenty of character, Zadar is sure to charm you. Here you can enjoy a blend of Roman ruins, Venetian architecture, alongside modern innovation. You can also see some of Croatia’s best beaches, music festivals, and National Parks.
Dubrovnik, Croatia. Dubrovnik has charming limestone streets of the historic old town and the exquisite baroque architecture, set against the deep blue of the Adriatic Sea, will create a unique backdrop for a trip of a lifetime. Dubrovnik is a walled city and you can walk along the wall and discover great views of the city and surrounding areas.
Dubrovnik Sailing Itinerary. Croatia has a large number of islands and beautiful and many of these can be reached on a Dubrovnik sailing itinerary, Kobas, Mljet, Korcula, Zaklopatica, and Sipan.
Croatia. The sea’s important legacy shines through in the many aspects of Dubrovnik’s culture. With stunning architecture, an enchanting pedestrian old town, and majestic ocean views, Dubrovnik has a unique feel.
Split, Croatia. Split is an ideal pick for the lovers of watersports, such as windsurfing and diving, as well as those who love delicate wine. The promising landscapes and flavours of traditional products that the land of this region produces will surprise you. The complex of the South Dalmatian islands consists of the main 8 large islands and some smaller around them. These islands consist of extremely natural beauty with gorgeous coastlines, turquoise waters and delicious local wine, and exceptional cuisine.
Split Sailing Itinerary. Croatia has a large number of islands and beautiful villages, these can be reached on a Split sailing itinerary. Destinations for a Split sailing itinerary include Šolta, Korčula, Pelješac peninsula, Brac, Hvar, Mljet, Lastovo, Bisevo, and Vis.
Croatia. In Split, you will be impressed by the remarkable historic old town that drives you back to the Roman times.