Full of alluring seascapes and enchanting mountain landscapes, Croatia is a heavenly East Mediterranean yacht charter destination that beguiles visitors with its breathtaking natural beauty. Offering a glimpse of the Mediterranean that once was, Croatia gained reputation as being an off-the-beaten-path destination, but quickly has emerged as one of the hottest yachting destinations in Europe largely due to its perfect mix of history and culture, ancient wonders and stunning natural beauty, endless explorations and cosmopolitan adventures. A Croatia yacht charter is an unforgettable experience providing opportunities to sail along the fabled Dalmatian Coast, visit medieval cities and tick off sights from your Game of Thrones to-do list.
Sleepy, timeless villages are the perfect places to rediscover European romance and while visiting during your Croatia yacht charter, countless snorkeling and diving opportunities will beckon, letting you explore the stunning depths of the great blue ocean. Incredible parks leave you wide-eyed with their natural beauty and endless waterfalls and the smorgasbord of food and wine forces you to lick your fingers, oblivious to those around you. There’s just so much to see and do when you charter a yacht in Croatia, that you often wonder what to include and what to leave out from your itineraries.
The Pearl of the Adriatic
Croatia’s natural beauty, incredible history and beautiful culture is best explored by a private yacht charter vacation along the Dalmatian Coast. With as many as 1186 islands to choose from, you always have all kinds of art museums, countless bars, shops, restaurants and nightclubs thriving within atmospheric old walls, each boasting of having the perfect backdrop – those dramatic mountains or the gorgeous Adriatic.
The most popular adventures concentrate around Dubrovnik and Split. Dubrovnik, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is an ancient town that found a starring role in the show Game of Thrones. Split, on the other hand, leaves you speechless with its unparalleled harbor views. No wonder Diocletian chose this city as his retirement destination in AD295!
Dotted along this glorified section also lie the sun-kissed islands of Brac, Korcula and Hvar. Korcula, the birthplace of Marco Polo, is full of dreamy olive groves and stunning vineyards. Hvar’s 13th century walls, traffic-free marble streets and Gothic palaces do their best to bamboozle and enchant the 20000 odd tourists who visit the island each day.
Beaches, Activities and More
Behind the stunning architecture and rolling hills, Croatia also offers exotic beaches, charter boat expeditions and endless water activities. Zlatni Rat and Brac are where you want to be for some of the best water sports adventures of your life. Brac presents the best windsurfing experiences, while Zlatni Rat is perfect for scuba divers. Croatia also hosts some of the best beaches on the planet, places that let you get the perfect bronzed glow or swim off into clear waters. Some of the country’s best beaches can be found in Pakleni Islands, Bacvice, Brela and Lopar.
To enjoy your own adventure along the Dalmatian Coast and its shiny jewels, all you have to do is rent a yacht in Croatia.