If you're looking to charter a sailing boat or catamaran surrounded by beauty and adventure, Croatia is definitely the perfect place for your yacht charter vacation! Immerse yourself into a sailing trip along a fairy-tale coastline fringed with pristine turquoise waters, lounge on beautiful beaches, explore hidden coves, browse charming fishing villages, take a break in historical marinas and enjoy a countryside covered in acres of vineyards and olive trees. Take care not to ignore additional perks your sailing yacht charter in Croatia offers - explore the local cuisine and secluded beaches with plenty of time left to lounge out on deck in the sun, swim in the warm waters or explore the local culture. Croatia perfectly reflect the spirit of the Mediterranean - centuries ago. Rich history of Dalmatia resulted in three UNESCO World Heritage sites for you to explore from both sea and land – the historic city Trogir, the 1700-year-old Diocletian Palace in Split and the world famous city of Dubrovnik. Sail in Croatia - you will not be disappointed!
Here are several stunning places to visit while sailing in Croatia on a charter boat:
Brač is the third largest island in Croatia and best known for its beautiful beach – Zlatni rat in Bol. This beach keeps being included in every article that lists the most beautiful beaches in the world. Once upon a time Bol was a settlement of wine-growers, fishermen and sailmen, and today it is primarily a tourist settlement. People are direct and original. Bol is the favourite destination for excursion boats and yachtsmen and has a special berth for yachts. As an attractive tourist destination, Bol promotes its recognizable cultural identity and peculiarities which delight the visitors. Make it an obligatory stop on your sailing vacation if possible.
When we think of Hvar – we think of the island of sunshine, secluded coves, lavender, wine, olive groves and ancient towns. It’s been voted as one of the 10 most beautiful islands in the world. Hvar is famous for its fine wines and world-renowned vineyards. But Hvar is much more than all that. During the long summer months, Hvar has become the most popular destination for a night out on the Adriatic. As the night progresses, people begin to gather around the many cafes and hotel terraces with live music. Its proximity to many other attractions make it a staple of any yachting route in Croatia.
The island of Vis is famous for its caves with unique iridescent blue water that will make your visit unforgettable. In the evening, an organized trip to the interior of the island brings you to Rocky’s – a unique local restaurant and vineyard – where those who wish to truly experience Vis will find authentic Croatian cuisine and wine in abundance. As such, it's quite popular with sailing enthusiasts.