Sail to the North Dalmatian Coast

There are over a thousand islands in Croatia, the exact number is varying by definitions. Dalmatia is a narrow belt of the east shore of the Adriatic Sea. The number of the main Dalmatian islands is 79 and there are about 500 islets. Northern Croatian islands are the most numerous and most developed islands of the Dalmatian coast. The mainland of those islands is full of olive trees, fig trees, vineyards and vast areas of green. Lots of waterfalls, hidden caves, lakes, stone buildings, castles and huge walls with extremely beauty are parts of those islands.

The best way to explore the area and visit all these beautiful places is of course by sailing. We have prepared a great Split Sailing Itinerary to the North Dalmatian Coast, which is mainly focused on exploring these amazing islands on board your private yacht, and visit the most remarkable of them.

Our Guide To Split Sailing Itinerary

Croatia has some of the most beautiful landscapes in the whole world. Virgin natural beauties, which really worth it to be seen. The uniqueness of each island will make you feel blessed for your choice to sail all over them.

Our Split Sailing Itinerary suggestion for this time is a North Dalmatian Sailing in which is included a sailing route around Otok Kaprije, Vodice, Šibenik, Otok Kornati, Nature Park Telašćica, Iz, Ugljar, Zadar, Pašman, Murter, Žirje, Rogoznica, Drvenik Veli, Split (Marina Kastela).

Getting There

The best way to get to Split and start with our Split Sailing Itinerary is by plane, as there is an International Airport, with regular flights from/to hundreds of destinations worldwide. If you travel from a European country, you can get there by car, or even take a bus or train. We can arrange your transfers from the airport/station to the base at an additional cost. (Prices start from approximately 20 EUR for 2 pax, per way).


Τhe Split Sailing Itinerary to the South Dalmatian Islands is an ideal sailing destination from May until September. The weather is very warm and sunny and the average temperature is 28° C- typical Mediterranean climate. Despite the warm and sunny weather during that period, if you don't like the overcrowded places, we generally recommend that you avoid visiting the Dalmatian Islands in late July and early August when most of the tourists visit the area. October brings cloudier skies and the promise of some rain, still, it's generally preferred by many sailors as an alternative period for their summer holidays. The average temperature drops down to 17° C. 


In Croatia, there are many different marinas, where you can safely anchor. There’s a new application launched, called “mySea” (, which will be your “best buddy” for our Split Sailing Itinerary. With just a little search, you can find a safe and secure harbour or marina to moor and start your activities ashore. Also, you have the ability to reserve your berth in advance, so that you avoid waiting there. The mooring fees in Croatia can be very expensive sometimes, so we definitely suggest looking at the price lists before you pick a place to moor.