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Discover the beauty of Croatia on a yacht charter along the Dalmatian coast

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Croatia is a true paradise for sailing enthusiasts. With crystal clear waters, picturesque bays and idyllic islands, the Adriatic offers a unique setting for unforgettable sailing adventures. If you want to explore Croatia by water, this is the perfect opportunity for a yacht charter. When yacht chartering in Croatia, you have the opportunity to choose from a variety of yachts, from small sailboats to luxurious motor yachts. Most yachts can be rented for a day, a week or even longer. If you have no sailing experience, you can also rent a yacht with an experienced skipper who will guide you through the waters of Croatia.



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Dubrovnik

This historic city on the shimmering blue sea served as the setting for the Game of Thrones saga. This Unesco-protected city is known for its remarkable culture and history, which began in the 7th century. The mix of Baroque churches, Gothic architecture and Renaissance art will take you on a journey back in time. Romantic panoramic restaurants with excellent cuisine welcome you within walking distance of the beautiful quiet marina of the old town. Taste the treasures from the sea like the fresh fish, calamari or mussels at Gradska Kanava. Good parties are provided by some of the best DJs at Culture Club Revelin, where you can dance into the night surrounded by 16th century stone walls.

Just a few kilometres from the city is the stunning, uninhabited island of Lokrum. Surrounded by azure, pristine waters, the song of exotic birds on the pine-shaded beach will seduce you into your dreams. Try your hand at paddle boarding or kayaking and be sure to visit the Benedictine monastery built in the 13th century. It is not without reason that Dubrovnik is called the Pearl of the Adriatic, because here history and modernity are combined.

Korcula

The beautiful old town of Korcula Island, with a population of just over 3000, is surrounded by golden sandy beaches and crystal clear aquamarine sea. Adorned with 13th century churches and palaces, the town of ancient chappals and terracotta roofs is renowned for its traditional way of life and cultural heritage. As the birthplace of the explorer Marco Polo, Korcula has a rich history to tell.

Handmade famous macaroni and delicious local wines are offered in the cosy eateries here. Amidst the beautiful nature of shady forests, dreamy olive groves and vineyards, visitors are invited to stay longer and enjoy their rest.

Hvar

As Croatia's sunniest island, this great sailing spot in the Adriatic has become a yacht lover's favourite. Among the picturesque villages, lavender fields and olive groves, this is where the high-profile celebrity parties are held. Ring in the evening at sunset with a cocktail at the Hula Hula Bar and party on afterwards at well-known clubs like Pink Champagne or Carpe Diem.

For relaxation, not far away is the secluded neighbouring island of Pakleni Archipelago, where you can enjoy privacy on hidden beaches and secluded lagoons under the sun. The city walls of this port town date back to the 13th century, its fortress and the cathedral on the main square to the Renaissance period.

Vis

Stranded on the cleanest seawater in the Adriatic, the gorgeous island of Vis is considered an unmissable destination for every yacht and wine lover. One fifth of the island is covered with vineyards, for the famous white wines such as Plavac Mali or Vugava and other local wines are grown here.

Brac

Croatia's largest island is known and loved by windsurfers for its white pebble beach Zlatni Rat. The breathtaking landscape of limestone reliefs, the picturesque bays, the many gorges and beautiful valleys characterise this island. Here the beauty of nature meets the cultural heritage from prehistoric times. In Supetar, the largest town on Brac, visit the parish church of Mary of the Annunciation or, not far away, the bell tower of Leroj.

Enjoy the dream beaches of the town of Brol and of course the famous "Golden Cape" Zlatni Rat, with 10km of beach, surrounded by aquamarine waters and enclosed by pine groves, it seems like a paradise on earth. Just a few minutes' walk from the beach you will find Club 585, protected by the forest, where some of the most attractive parties in the region take place. In the BioMania restaurant, gourmet cuisine made from selected vegan and gluten-free ingredients awaits you, for health-conscious visitors, food for body and soul.

Split

This vibrant city on Croatia's Dalmatian coast is known not only for its social scene but also for its incredible cultural history. The famous Diocletian's Palace complex sits enthroned in the centre of the city and takes up about half of the old town. Probably the best preserved monument from the Roman period, it was built in the 4th century by the Roman Emperor Diocletian and is divided into four parts by the main walls - the Iron Wall, the Brass Wall, the Silver Wall and the Golden Wall.Today, the walls of the ruins contain more than 200 buildings, inside there is a cathedral and numerous shops, hotels and houses.

The island of Solta is not far from mass tourism. Visit the oasis of figs and honey, where you will find peace and relaxation far from the hustle and bustle. Also visit Kornati archipelago, a true jewel of untouched nature with breathtaking waterfalls. This largely uninhabited island hides hidden restaurants serving some of the best specialities in the Mediterranean. The Kornati Islands are often called a maritime paradise for a reason, with more than 380 islets and reefs to offer you many incredible sights.

Along the coastline, discover the diversity of marine life and the incomparable beauty of the underwater world and nature. Visit the bustling city of Pula in the Italian-influenced region of Istria, where you will be amazed by the Roman Colosseum and the metropolitan flair. In the numerous restaurants, you can expect truffle-laced dishes and other delicious specialities of the region. The town of Rovinj and the Brijuni National Park are not to be missed on your trip to Croatia.





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