CRUISE AND SAILING
Sail away and explore true secrets of the Adriatic
CRUISE AND SAILING
Croatia has it all - the range of sailing options, the spectacular scenery, the unspoiled bays, the myriad islands and, most importantly, clear, calm and clean waters around them.
With its thousand islands, Crystal Sea and plenty of sun, Croatia is meant for sailing. Whether you like to raise sails around inhabited islets and inlets, or suntan aboard glossy yachts in lavish marinas, Adriatic is among top nautical destinations in the World. Our skippers safely maneuver the yachts and unravel the hidden beaches.
With over 2700 hours of sunlight per year, middle Adriatic archipelago of Šolta, Brač, Hvar, Vis and Korčula are among sunniest Mediterranean islands and the best choice of sailing route.
With over 1200 islands, islets & reefs, 1780km (1100miles) of the coastline and mild springtime to autumn winds, Croatian Adriatic is a true gem of a sailing destination.
Treat yourselves swimming in crystal sea, discover antique towns and secluded bays, indulge in Mediterranean cuisine sipping superb wines, fall asleep to the sound of waves lapping gently at your boat.
Our cruises along the Adriatic coast & archipelago is in smaller luxurious ships, up to max. forty persons onboard mean that you can discover new places daily without a hassle of unpacking every night and changing the hotels. Cruises departing from Split or Dubrovnik will take you to beautiful islands such as Vis, Hvar, Brač, Korčula and the stunning Mljet Island National Park.
Adriatic coast and islands
Šolta island is a gem of nature, with crystal clear sea, countless coves and abundant and secluded pebble beaches. Tanned, salty and relaxed, leave the beach and head over to one of the numerous family-run farms on the island, and learn of the art of the olive oil making, wine from indigenous and honey. Doesn’t a glass of Dobričić cellar wine, sipped in the cellar where it was made, served with Šolta olive pâté and anchovies in golden, award-winning olive oil sound enticing.
Hvar is an island that is the center of modern and luxury, high style and rich historical heritage. The landscape full of Mediterranean flowers, lavender and vineyards offer that typical Mediterranean feeling to it. The town of Hvar is popular because of the beauty of its Old Town (historical and cultural heritage), but also because of its nightlife. Hvar town by far one of the most charming towns on the Croatian coast. It is small enough to enjoy it walking around, large enough for an abundant offer of activities and restaurants. Across Hvar town, visit Paklini island and one of the archipelago’s most popular bays, Vinogradišce at Palmižana, where you can have a seaside lunch at some of the best restaurants in the Adriatic!
The island of Vis is well known for beautiful beaches. In fact, it is hard to find and island in Croatia where there are so many nice beaches of such diversity, on such small area. The area on the island of Vis most abundant with beautiful beaches is the bay of Komiza. Clean, pebble beaches are located along the coast of the entire bay, providing unique experience to visitors, lots of shade and freshwater springs that offer refreshment even in hottest summer days.
Sail to nearby small island of Biševo to experience the world-renowned Blue Cave, whose ethereal silvery-blue color is created by the sun as it bathes the inside of the cave through an opening in the roof and is reflected by the sandy surface below. Widely regarded as one of the world’s most beautiful natural phenomena, this cave is a must-see.
Mljet is definitely one of the most interesting Croatian islands that in its unspoiled nature hides many surprises. For starters it is important to note that Mljet is the oldest national park in the Adriatic and on the island can be found another island, more precisely, the island of St. Mary where the monks in the 12th century found peace necessary for their writing.
Brač is an island that is often described in superlatives; as the highest island, the most beautiful, the oldest archaeological sites and many others. You can find one of the most popular beaches of our coast, because of the beauty and surfing, called Zlatni rat in Bol
Korčula Island is known as one of the greenest islands in the Adriatic. The city of Korčula appears as a typical medieval Dalmatian town, with towers and defense red-roofed houses. Also, Marco Polo, the famous world traveler, was born here in 1254.
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