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Sailing Regions

Istria and Kvarner

Istria is the most developed tourist destination, known for its diversity and beauty. It is rich in sites that boaters can visit thanks due to a number of marinas, and every Istrian town has its own special story. An ideal place to start your nautical adventure and explore Istria is Rovinj on the western coast of Istria. Be sure to visit Novigrad, Umag, Porec,Vrsar, the unavoidable Lim canal, and in the end the only archipelago in Istria – the Brijuni National Park, which is an indispensable point for yachtsmen, which will dazzle you with its nature and historical and archaeological sites, with the old historic town of Pula in the vicinity. Kvarner stretches from Opatija in the north to Karlobag in the south. Here begins the journey down the thousand islands and it is a great start of the east Adriatic nautical route. The region is full of contrasts and diversity. Here are the biggest islands of Cres, Krk, Rab, which are on one side (northeast) completely bare, without vegetation, due to the strong winds that blow here, while the other side (southwest) is quite tame and the majority of settlements are located there. From Opatija, in only a few...


Northern Dalmatia

The archipelago of northern Dalmatia is one of most unavoidable areas that boaters simply have to visit, it is the area where the two national parks are located, the NP Kornati and the NP Krka, and the unavoidable Telasica Nature Park. The town of Zadar also has a developed nautical infrastructure, and with its central location on the Adriatic coast is the ideal starting point for your journey by sea in any direction. At a very short distance from Zadar, you will come across countless islands and bays. The most popular routes in this area include the islands of Olib, Silba, Premuda, Skarda, Ist, Molat, Dugi Otok with its wonderful sandy beach of Sakarun, and the Kornati and Telascica. In addition, we will not forget the islands of Sestrunj, Ugljan, Pasman, Rava, Iz. The ideal starting place to begin this adventure are Zadar, Sukošan, and Biograd. Sibenik area, located between two national parks, is a paradise for boaters. Should choose only one route for sailing, then it would definitely be a route through the Kornati National Park, which is an archipelago of over 100 islands, islets and rocks. Be sure to visit the only sandy beach on Kornati, the Lojena...


Central Dalmatia

Central Dalmatia gravitates towards the city of Split as the capital city of the Croatian coast, and the second largest city in Croatia. Central Dalmatia is very popular for boaters who come to Croatia. There are many interesting things you can experience in central Dalmatia, between the islands of Drvenik Veli and Drvenik Mali to the north, across the island of Solta, Brac with its beautiful and famous beach of Zlatni Rat, Hvar, Scedra, Vis, Bisevo, to the mouth of the Neretva River in the south. Those who want to explore this area have certainly a lengthy list of "must see" destinations, among which one destination has ranked itself at the very top, and that is the island of Hvar. Hvar is known as the sunniest island in Croatia, and with its tourist facilities and night life it is one of the top tourist destinations in Croatia and beyond. A group of 20 islands and rocks situated in front of the town of Hvar, called Pakleni Islands is unique and the most recognizable natural beauty of Hvar, an unavoidable point for all sailors. Near the island of Hvar is a very attractive island of Vis. The island of Vis was...


Southern Dalmatia

The crown of the Croatian Adriatic is the city of Dubrovnik, surrounded by medieval walls, a city that simply must not be missed during your navigation to the south. Research in this area leads on to the Elaphiti Islands, the National Park Mljet, as the greenest islands of the eastern Adriatic coast, with its unique lakes, historical heritage and a treat for sailors - the Odysseus cave, medieval Korcula, the home of Marco Polo, the Peljesac peninsula, which is considered a paradise of Croatian winemaking. On the high seas, there is a nature park Lastovo awaiting, the furthest inhabited Croatian island, known for its fishing and enjoying the fresh fish, especially lobsters. For visitors who visit Dubrovnik by sea, an ideal place for a berth is the marina Komolac. The Elaphite Islands gravitate towards Dubrovnik with several excellent anchorages such as the island of Sipan