If you are looking for great challenges in the North-Adriatic region, there is no better starting-off point than Venice. From here you can easily reach the towns of the northern Croatian shore. If you are in love with exciting and challenging cruises, definitely explore the Northern edge of the Adriatic Sea! Our article includes all […]
If you want to explore the islands of the southeast coast of Croatia, there is nothing better than a north-western yacht adventure. Below we briefly present the area, the typical weather and list the important ports. Our article gives you an overview of the following topics: Important information if sail from Dubrovnik to Split Ports […]
If you want to feel the differences between really popular and less popular resorts, sail from Dubrovnik to Montenegro. You will experience an eye-catching difference between Dubrovnik, which has become a major tourist destination due to the Game of the Thrones, and the calmer cities of Montenegro. Our article details the weather in the area, […]
Milna is located in one of the most protected bays on Brač Island, making it a favourable place among sailors. Thanks to its suitable location, it is an ideal starting point when exploring the island of Šolta or the famous Makarska Riviera. From this article, you can find out when it is worth sailing in […]
The charming Sumartin is the easternmost and youngest town on the island of Brač. As the high season is quite peaceful, it is the perfect holiday destination if you want to avoid crowded places. In this article, you can find out what weather to expect when you go sailing in Sumartin. In addition, we will […]
Bol is the largest town on the southern coast of Brač Island. It is a perfect starting point from where we can visit the island of Hvar, which is regarded as the sunniest island on the Adriatic. From this article, you can learn what weather you should expect when sailing in Bol, and we also […]
Brač, the island of vineyards and olive trees is located opposite Split. It is the perfect starting point to explore the nearby Šolta and Hvar islands or the towns on Makarska Riviera. In this article, we will show you what weather you can expect if you go sailing in Brač. In addition, we will help […]
Middle Dalmatia’s true gem, Hvar is located on the eastern side of Split Bay. It is bordered by Brač Island from the north, and by Korčula Island and the sea from the south. From this article, you can learn about the weather you can expect when sailing on Hvar Island, and we will also help […]
Novi Vinodolski is in the middle of Krk Canal. It is the perfect starting point for an unforgettable trip around the island or the entire Kvarner Bay. In this article, you can find out what the weather will be like when you are travelling to Novi Vinodolski, and we will present two possible trip plans. […]
The Croatian island lies 44 km from the land. Upon sailing in Vis, read our article about the climate of this island. Moreover, you can check out our two-week sailing plan to gather a few tips to your memorable cruise. Explore the tranquil Central-Dalmatian island and their vicinity! This article gives you an overview of […]
This seaside resort town is a popular destination not only for its tourist attractions but also for its pleasant, Mediterranean climate. In this article, we will show you what the weather will be like when you go sailing in Vis. In addition, we will give you some tips for planning a 1-week itinerary. Take our […]
Vis is one of the most remote inhabited islands in Croatia. Komiža lies on the coast of a deep bay. There are several small islands nearby like Biševo and Ravnik with beautiful caves that you must visit. In this article, you can find out what weather you can expect if you are sailing in Komiža. […]
Porec is located in the middle of the famous Istrian Riviera. It is a true holiday resort with a short segment that is more than 30 kilometres long. Thanks to its location, you can easily explore the other towns of Istria and even conquer the Italian shores from here. This article provides you with 7 […]
Most towns of the island are located on the northern coast. Due to the huge cliffs, there are no villages on the southern side. In this article, you will find out what weather conditions you can expect if you go sailing in Šolta. In addition, we will give you some tips for setting up 1 […]
The coastal town is an extremely popular destination thanks to the pleasant Mediterranean climate, its fine beaches and historical sights. From this article, you can learn about the ideal weather for sailing in Stari Grad, and we also provide you with 7 days sailing itinerary. Explore this exciting town in Middle Dalmatia and its neighbourhood! […]
Hvar once was a major maritime port of the Venetian Republic. It is the perfect starting point for visiting picturesque islands like Brač, Šolta or Vis. In this article, you can find out when to go sailing in Hvar. In addition, we will give you some tips for setting up a one-week sailing itinerary. Visit […]
The Middle Dalmatian town Marina is located only 12 kilometres from Trogir. It is a perfect starting point when visiting the islands of Ciovo and Drvenik Veli nearby as well as the city of Split. You can now find out when it is worth sailing in Marina, and we will also help you with 7 […]
The Mediterranean Supetar is the largest town on the island of Brač. It is located opposite Split. Brač Island is the perfect starting point to explore the nearby Solta and Hvar Island or the Makarska Riviera. In this article you can find out what the weather is like in Supetar. We will also give you […]
The Kvarner Bay incorporates numerous unique and awe-inspiring islands with amazing natural beauties. Owing to the indented feature of the bay there are about 200 islands and bays in the vicinity of Zadar. It is a sheer adventure to drive your yacht among the huge cliffs and explore the untouched areas. This article gives you […]
Split is the second-largest port city in Croatia. It is located at the mouth of the Jadro and Žrnovnica rivers, on the peninsula surrounded by Kaštela Bay and Split Channel. You can find out from this article what weather you should expect when sailing in Split, and we will also provide you with a 7-day […]
Trogir is located 27 kilometres from Split on the Adriatic coast, at the end of Kastelanski Bay. There are breathtaking bays in the area, we recommend visiting the Seget and Saldun bays. In this article, we will show you when to go sailing in Trogir, and we will also give you some useful tips for […]
Podstrana makes an excellent starting-off point to explore the amazing settlements of Omiš, Split, and the Makarska Riviera. Šolta and Brač, the islands nearby, await you with unforgettable sites as well. Our article reveals when it is worth sailing in Podstrana; moreover, it provides a one-week itinerary for you. This article gives you an overview […]
If you love sailing, this town on the Makarska Riviera is the perfect holiday destination. Find out when it is best to go sailing in Podgora. In addition, we will also give you some helpful tips for planning a one-week itinerary. Drop anchor at this town, and visit the beautiful nearby places, too! You will […]
The beautiful town is a perfect starting point when exploring the other towns in Makarska Riviera. The islands nearby, such as Hvar, Brač or Korčula also have a breathtaking natural environment. You can find out from this article when it is worth sailing in Makarska, and we will also help you with useful tips on […]
The city is a perfect starting point when exploring the picturesque towns in one of the most popular resorts of Makarska Riviera. You can find out when it is worth sailing in Ploče, and we will also help you with useful tips on how to make a one-week-long sailing trip. Take our advice, and let […]
This seaside resort is one of the most beautiful towns on the Makarska Riviera. It is an excellent holiday destination thanks to the pleasant Mediterranean climate and favourable wind conditions. In this article, you can find out when it is best to go sailing around Baška Voda. In addition, we will give you some helpful […]
Medulin is a magical little resort attracting more and more tourists every year. It is special because there are sandy beaches as well, which is not common on the Croatian shores. Its port and the boardwalk has many restaurants and cafés. The whole town has a buzzing, juvenile atmosphere. Medulin is a perfect starting point […]
Rabac is a perfect resort town, an excellent starting-off point to explore the Adriatic Sea. Besides, there are breath-taking pebble-stoned beaches in the bay, four of them also possess the “Blue Flag” award. The Istrian region is typical of the wild and untouched flora. It is beloved by families as the inhabitants of Rabac awaits […]
Rovinj is not only world-famous for its calm beaches but for its unique history and establishment as well. It is a perfect starting point when exploring the Adriatic Sea. You can discover the beautiful Croatian towns and conquer the shores of Italy from here at the same time. This article gives you an overview of […]
Istria is one of the most interesting and beautiful areas on the Croatian waters. You can see ancient towns, romantic fishing villages and uninhabited bays here. Nature is mostly unspoiled, and it is really diverse as well. It is no coincidence that sea enthusiasts visit the place year by year. Set sail, and recharge yourself […]
Dubrovnik is an excellent starting-off point for a sailing cruise. There are numerous attractions and programmes in the city. Therefore, it is not a coincidence why it is called the pearl of the Adriatic. If you are on the deck, why would you skip the islands as wonderful attractions of your cruise nearby? Let’s see […]
The bay of Kastela is a very interesting part of Dalmatia’s coastline. The wind protected bays provide a safe haven for sailors. Its surface is covered with lush, green vegetation, which is sharply contrasted by the bare, limestone slopes of farther rising mountains. By the unification of the former seven villages, the former forts, especially the one in Gomilica, provide a spectacular view of those arriving from the sea.
Opatija is built on a mountainside. There’s an amazing view of the sea. Due to its special climate, the particular vegetation otherwise unusual to Kvarner is spiced with the unpaired beauties of 19th-century architecture. The beautiful parks have charming Art Nouveau-style buildings all around. There’s an all-pervading sense of elegance. Order, and cleanliness wherever you […]
Dalmatia is a paradise for sailing. There are several inhabited and uninhabited islands, and the lands are ideal for hiking. The pleasant Mediterranean climate and the atmosphere of the special historic towns together provide you with a high-quality recreation and an unforgettable experience.
The Gulf of Kvarner, thanks to its unique location, is a pleasant area for sailing. It’s the largest inland sea water area in Croatia. The ports provide safe mooring and shelter. One of them is Marina Punat which lies in a wonderful Mediterranean environment. Lovers of silence and intimacy will find tiny fisher villages, mountain hiking routes, lonely gulfs. Families with small children can enjoy well-equipped beaches and playgrounds as they like. Visitors sailing to Punat and its vicinity have countless pastime opportunities.
North-Dalmatia is regarded as quite safe and convenient for boaters. In addition, the ports are very close to each other. Both the smaller, barely unpopulated and the bigger islands stretch along the mainland in smaller groups. Culinary experiences, diving, peaceful evening strolls can also be added to your sailing trip; and all in an amazing natural environment. You can explore the islands during a single centre tour; even though, it is a great idea too to organise a one-week trip in the region.
The Kvarner region of the Adriatic Sea is a pleasant area for sailing due to its location. It’s the largest inner water area in Croatia. Surrounded by mountains from three sides it involves the most popular islands. Ports here offer the safest mooring and shelter. Compared to other Adriatic regions the distances between islands are smaller and there are more sandy beaches. They lie in the wonderful Mediterranean natural environment on the shores of towns full of historical and cultural treasures. Everyone finds an ideal site in this colourful region. Those who like vivid social life should choose the milling seaside. For those who wish for intimacy and silence, we recommend tiny fisher villages, mountain hiking routes, and lonely gulfs. Families with children will also find well-equipped beaches and playgrounds. The Losinj island and Mali Losinj both offer numerous opportunities for sailors.
The narrow coastline of Dalmatia is separated by the Dinaric mountain range from Bosnia and Herzegovina and the other parts of the Balkan Peninsula. The Mediterranean climate, the cosy beaches and the interesting historic sights draw here millions of tourists year to year. The majority of the Adriatic’s 1000 islands can be found in North Dalmatia. However, some are unpopulated; the bigger ones are home to nice Mediterranean towns. There are several tours leaving from Sukosan to explore the neighbouring islands. All boatmen coming here are fascinated by the area’s pleasant atmosphere.
Dalmatia is the most popular tourist destination in Croatia due to its crystal clear waters, splendid white-sand beaches and a wide variety of islands. With its archipelago of 1208 islands of all sizes, it is also the largest tourist area of the country. But travellers do not only find coasts and islands in Dalmatia. Its fascinating historical towns attract more and more fans of nautical tourism.
Istria is amongst the most beautiful and interesting places to discover in Croatia. It has a more pleasant, moderate Mediterranean climate than southern regions.
Croatia’s coastline is 5,790 kilometres long and the country has 1,242 islands. They all expect you for an unforgettable sailing holiday. Croatia’s climate is typically the Mediterranean, which means you can count on pleasant 28-30 Celsius degree weather on average all throughout the summer and nice summer winds are also taken for granted. The temperature of seawater can rise as high as 25 degrees in the summer.
The coast of the Adriatic Sea ranging from the western point of the Istrian peninsula to the southernmost point of Dalmatia hides many miracles s of nature due to its specific location. This beauty with a thousand faces is a favourite destination for lovers of the sea. The 54 marinas offer you the safest mooring and protection.