Biograd na Moru is a unique Dalmatian town. Narrow paved streets, small limestone houses built tightly next to each other, small squares and chunky churches. This unique congestion serves both as the town’s charm and as shade in the warm summer. It provides a light recreation for sailing enthusiasts.
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.
Sibenik, the North-Dalmatian paradise, is one of the preferred cities among yacht owners. It is also an ideal starting-off point to explore the region. Wherever we drop our anchor, there are cosy bays and beaches welcoming us. Regarding culinary experiences, Sibenik is rich in restaurants offering many local specialities and their famous red Babic wine. Compared to other Adriatic medieval citie
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 dur
The majority of the Adriatic’s 1000 islands can be found in North Dalmatia. They stretch parallel to the mainland. However, some are unpopulated; the bigger ones are home to cosy Mediterranean towns. To explore them Sibenik is a great starting-off point. Its location makes it ideal for a regional single centre tour.
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