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
Roman ruins, spectacular beaches, old fishermen’s ports, medieval and renaissance architectural monuments and untouched islands. This is Central Dalmatia, where the experience of sailing combines with travels to the past. The coastal landscape is outstanding: the Dinaric Mountains between Dalmatia and Bosnia-Hercegovina with its 1500 metres height makes it adventurous.
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 touris
Sailing in the Mediterranean is a real wonder. Sparkling sea, picturesque coastline and different cultures welcome boatmen. You never get bored on these tiny islands and coastlines of old towns. The climate is ideal for cruising; the ports are well-equipped, nothing else is needed for a perfect voyage.
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