Croatia is the pearl of the Adriatic as it offers plenty of marvellous landscapes. Halfway between Central Europe and the Mediterranean, it offers thousands of islands and more than 6000 kilometres of coastline. While sailing, you are bound to find the beach of your dreams. When you rent a boat, you’ll be able to explore endlessly and sail under pleasant climate.
Taking a quiet vacation
You can start your vacation with yacht charter croatia by renting a beautiful sailing yacht from Pula, on the coast of Cape Istria, which happens to be one of the safest harbours in Croatia. Don't miss the opportunity to visit ancient sites such as the Roman amphitheatre. Biograd, on the other hand, is located in central Croatia and allows you to sail to the Kornati islands. The islands are calcareous and sparsely populated, ideal for a quiet and pleasant exploration aboard a RIB or a catamaran. From the south, you can reach the islands of southern Dalmatia. Rent a catamaran from the historic Dubrovnik harbour, or from the northernmost harbours, such as Trogir and Split. You will sail around the island of Korkula, known for its beautiful beaches, such as those near Lumbarda
Where to go
Two other obligatory destinations are Porec, surrounded by green bays, and Rovinj (Rovigno), with its spectacular rugged coastline characterized by stones and rocks, its active fishing port and small beaches which always differ from each other. One recommendation: don't leave Rovinj without having a taste of "fuzi", the typical regional pasta with clam sauce, Istria ham and "cukerancici", crispy biscuits sprinkled with sugar. If you decide to start your cruise by boat from the centre of Croatia, you will have several choices for your port of departure: Zadar, Sukosan, Biograd, Murter and Sibenik. From here, set sail to the fascinating Kornati Archipelago, containing 147 islands and islets in an area of only 15 kilometres. Many islands scattered within such a small space create an ideal place for sailors looking for secret bays. Be sure to see the cliffs overlooking the sea in Donji Kornati and those on Klobucar Island (the highest being 80 meters). The islands are mostly uninhabited, therefore hotels do not exist, but fishermen offer hospitality in their personal homes. Sailing from the bay of Hiljada to Zut is paradise with flat waters, then arrive at Kornat, the largest inland in the archipelago.