Croatia between Central Europe and the Mediterranean, offers a beautiful Adriatic coastline dotted with 1 185 islands, countless beaches and coves, and architectural gems such as Pula, Zadar, Split and the Pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik…
Dalmatia has a wild and beautiful Mediterranean landscape, thousands of small islands, crystal clear waters and 4 national parks including Kornati and Mljet islands, protected mountain ecosystems such as Velebit or Paklenica gorges. You will find many marinas and charming villages. Split, the largest city on the coast, is world-known for its Diocletian Palace representing 17 centuries of history. It’s an ideal departure port to explore the islands of Brac, Hvar, Vis and Korcula. Dubrovnik and its beautiful Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque churches, monasteries, palaces and fountains is part of the UNESCO World Heritage program. The marina is located near Komolac, about 2 miles from the port of Gruz, and 6 km away from the old town.
This archipelago is a national park of 147 islands and islets, is accessible by boat only. The amazingly beautiful turquoise waters are an invitation to dive and swim. A must!! Visit Biograd, a small and lively town, relax in the Bay of Soline and Dražica, where you will find sandy beaches lined by pine forests. In Rogoznica, Frapa is one of the best marinas in Croatia, located on a man-made island sheltered from all winds and offering all necessary services, currency exchange, restaurants, bars, night-clubs, showers…Built on a peninsula, Zadar with its pretty churches and interesting archeological sites, is an ideal departure base for charters, out of Sukosan its main marina.
In the North West of Croatia, Istria is particularly attractive for its delicious Mediterranean climate, its rich historical heritage and splendid villas, beautiful countryside… Italy is very close and has a great influence on the local gastronomy. Pula, the capital, is one of the most ancient city on the East coast of the Adriatic (visit its magnificent amphitheatre). The marina is located on the south side of the port. Umag is a small medieval town, 50 miles from Venezia, with a lively old town and lovely little quiet bays on the coast.
Yacht charter in Croatia
|Split (SPU) – Dubrovnik (DBV) – Pula (PUY) – Trieste (TRS) – Venice (VCE)|
|UTC + 1h in winter and + 2h in summer|
|Low season between October and April
High season between July and August
Intermediate season in Mai, June and September
Temperature between 20 and 30° C
|Regular, but different directions
|Permit, radio operator certificate and sailing resume compulsory|
|Passport valid 6 months after return date, visa depending on nationality and length of stay|