Croatia

"The best solution for your real time boat rental from experts you can trust!"

Do you want to sail in Croatia? You can explore detailed information here about sailing destinations, ports, coasts, islands in Croatia. Embark on a refreshing and stimulating sailing adventure. Discover beautiful unique places for your vacation. The articles give you tips, ideas, background information, sailing itineraries and local points of view so you can plan your perfect trip. We want to inform and inspire you with trusted content.

Sailing in Kastel Gomilica.
7, 14 Days sailing itineraries from Kastela Gomilica

Sailing in Croatia
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,...
Read More

Sailing in Opatija, the paradise of calmness.
7, 14 Days Sailing itinearies from Opatija

Sailing in Croatia
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...
Read More

Sailing in Biograd na Moru:
7, 14 Days Sailing itinearies from Biograd na Moru

Sailing in Croatia
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.
Read More

Sailing in Punat

Sailing in Croatia
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...
Read More

Sailing in Sibenik. Boating by the shores of Sibenik in North-Dalmatia

Sailing in Croatia
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...
Read More

Sailing in Mali Losinj

Sailing in Croatia
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...
Read More

Sailing in Sukosan: Boating by the shores of Sukosan in North-Dalmatia

Sailing in Croatia
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...
Read More

Sailing in Dalmatia

Sailing in Croatia
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...
Read More

Sailing in Istria

Sailing in Croatia
Istria is amongst the most beautiful and interesting places to discover in Croatia. It has a more pleasant, moderate Mediterranean climate than southern regions.
Read More

Sailing in Croatia: explore and enjoy the beautiful Croatian coast and islands

Sailing in Croatia
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...
Read More

Sailing in Kvarner bay: Why is it good to sail on the Adriatic Sea in Kvarner region?

Sailing in Croatia
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...
Read More