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The Top Destinations for Yachting in Croatia

Written by  The Dubrovnik Times Jun 29, 2024

Yachting enthusiasts are becoming more and more attracted to Croatia, a real gem of the Mediterranean. With more than 1,000 islands, crystal clear sea, pristine beaches, and charming coastal towns, many consider Croatia to offer near-perfect conditions for exploring by sea. With an array of picturesque places and untouched natural beauties, it may be difficult to choose what places to visit. So take a thrilling sail around Croatia's stunning coastline as we reveal the greatest places that await discovery via yacht charter Croatia.

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The city of Dubrovnik

If you’re planning your vacation with a luxurious catamaran in Croatia, you’ve probably already heard about Dubrovnik. This beautiful town is one of the most popular destinations on the Adriatic coast and became even more famous after the directors of Game of Thrones decided to turn this UNESCO-protected city into King’s Landing.

The city has a rich history and beautiful architecture but is probably most well known for the walls that surround the city. When visiting, use the opportunity to walk these walls and experience the city from another perspective.

In addition to amazing architecture, while in the city you can also treat yourself to amazing food from one of the city's prestigious restaurants like Panorama Restaurant, or just refresh yourself with amazing cocktails in Buža Bar.

Hvar Island

Whether you’re on the Croatian coast under the guidance of our skilled boat crew or on a bareboat yacht charter, Hvar Island is a destination that definitely should be on your travel list if you’re looking for a perfect blend of sunny beaches, beautiful architecture, and unmatched nightlife.

While this vibrant island is most famous for its parties in clubs like Carpe Diem, Pink Champagne, and Hula Hula, those seeking a more peaceful experience, can enjoy a wealth of culinary delights at numerous restaurants and upscale bars.

Island of Brač

While Hvar dazzles with its vibrant nightlife and upscale atmosphere, Brač captivates with its rugged beauty, rich history, and authentic island charm.

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Brač has something for everyone. If you want to enjoy a lively atmosphere, enjoy a fun day at a beach bar, or experience a little bit of adventure by doing some water sports, visit the island’s main town Supetar or Bol, with its famous Zlatni Rat beach. If you want to experience real island life and get a sneak peek at how people lived on this island in the past, wander through the narrow cobblestone streets of one of the smaller places on the island, wander through olive groves, or discover one of the island's secluded bays.

The city of Split

With its blend of history, natural beauty, and great party offers, Split promises a memorable experience for all who visit.

This more than 1700-year-old city is best known for its Diocletian palace, which is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Due to the Ultra Music Festival that takes place here every summer, Split has become a popular summer festival and party destination. Cultural enthusiasts can delve into museums and galleries, while food lovers can savour Mediterranean flavours at local restaurants.

Thanks to its location, the city is a perfect starting point for island hopping, and the seas around Split provide unlimited chances for exploration and leisure.


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