Highlights on the Croatian Coast
”Blessed are the curious for they shall have adventures.” (Lovelle Drachman)
Whichever starting point you choose for your sailing adventure, on the Adriatic coast you will find idyllic sailing conditions, with numerous bays and islands which are really attractive for tourists and navigation.
We list you most popular places to visit during your sailing vacation. But remember, Adriatic coast has hundreds of islands, countless bays and deep inlets…and (luckily!) it can not be explored in a week or just one summer. I am sure you’ll say ”Wooow, we have to come here again!”
The most beautiful archipelago, situated in the central part of the Adriatic, on the meeting point of Šibenik and Zadar islands. Because of its exceptional landscape beauty, diversity of the coastline and especially because of the marine ecosystem, greater part of the Kornati maritime zone has been declared a national park in 1980. Awesome, bare islands, untouched nature and a crystal clear sea makes Kornati a ”nautical paradise” and favourite destination for tourists.
Croatia’s second city and Dalmatia’s main town, with an ancient centre moulded around the Roman emperor’s palace which was used as a spectacular filming location in a famous TV show Game of thrones. Wonderful destination to really feel and enjoy the Dalmatian life. It is the ideal central connection point and jumping-off point for some of the most enchanting Croatia’s islands. Most of the fleet operators are based in Split as it is a great and convenient place to start Your yachting holiday.
The highest island, Brač is the ideal active holiday destination for numerous water and land activities. It is well known for two things: its quality white stone from which Diocletian’s Palace in Split and the White House in Washington, DC are made, and Zlatni rat in Bol, the beach which is is covered with fine sand and it has a e with a prominent peak in the sea and can be found on the list of the ten most beautiful beaches in the world. Don’t miss to visit Pučišća – a charming Mediterranean village, where people for centuries live from the stone and for the stone, Škrip which is the oldest settlement at the island, much older than any written document about its origin and Pustinja Blaca monastery that has developed in the 16 th century from a cave and which is has the UNESCO World Heritage status.
HVARThe longest island on the Adriatic, with its mediterranean nature, rich tradition and architecture, and a vibrant nightlife is great for relaxing as well as for the party! Great place to explore, sightsee, and most of all enjoy the nightlife, or swim in the azure sea and snorkel off the boat.
Don’t miss to visit the prettiest part of Hvar, Pakleni islands, chain of isles with lush vegetation, breathtaking bays, intact nature, numerous hidden beaches and magnificent deserted lagoons.
Magical island rearing dramatically out of the sea, far from mainland. It was isolated for military reasons until 1989, and preserved from development. Vis’ lack of development has become its drawcard as a tourist destination. Visitors who seek for authenticity, nature, gourmet delights and peace and quiet will find a paradise on Vis. With its breathtaking bays, delicious food such as freshest seafood and great wine, two beautiful small towns – Vis Town and Komiža and the islet of Biševo, site of one of Croatia’s most famous natural wonders, the Blue Cave.
The ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’ and listed as one of the 10 most beautiful cities in the world. It is our cultural destination, with a numerous historic monuments, events and festivals. You’ll definitely fall in love immediately with beautiful coast, islands and sea in the local waters. As one of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Dubrovnik historic monuments and sites were perfect to represent the King’s Landing in the Game of Thrones series.
What surely you can’t miss close by is one of the Adriatic’s most beautiful and attractive island and most wooded island of the Adriatic, The National Park Mljet which is the oldest marine protected area in the Mediterranean.
”People are very friendly, the climate is great, the food is delicious, and nature – it is absolutely magnificent.” That’s what visitors say about Croatia. If you are looking something to leave you breathless, something that words can’t describe, don’t hesitate to start your adventure on the stunning shores of Adriatic coast…today!