Croatia Yacht Charter Guide
Where history-stepped cities meet the glittering Adriatic coastline
Croatia is a Mediterranean gem boasting many hidden treasures along the seemingly endless coastline. This glittering Mediterranean hot spot is rapidly increasing in popularity as a favoured charter destination. With hundreds of islands and a profusion of spectacular cruising opportunities, the stunning coastline of Croatia is peppered with many small ports and beautiful marinas.
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Laced with untouched islands strewn along the glittering azure waters of the Adriatic Sea, Croatia is an exciting and timeless destination which is welcoming more and more superyacht visitors to its inviting Dalmatian coast. Easily reachable from central European countries, the Dalmatian coast offers a plethora of beckoning anchorages and although peak times during the summer can become crowded, this glorious stretch of coastline is simply unmissable. Draped with thousands of islands, each unique in history and charm, the Dalmatian Coast is alluring and delightful boasting a myriad of cafés, historical sites and contemporary art museums. With just 66 islands of a total 1185 inhabited, a yacht charter to the Dalmatian Islands will guarantee seclusion and privacy for that ‘get away from it all’ feel. Rich in variety, guests will no doubt feel bewildered with choice with many fabulous isles, inlets and beaches to be discovered in addition to many picturesque harbours and medieval ports.
The most fascinating stretch of this spectacular coastline lies between Split and Dubrovnik. The old town of Dubrovnik is a UNESCO world heritage site and is a must see when in the area. Dotted along this glorious section are a plethora of sun-kissed islands, to include Hvar, Vis, Korčula, and Brač. At the southernmost tip of Croatia, lies the timeless city of Dubrovnik. Meander along the enchanting streets whilst enveloped in the aromatic haze of coffee and discover why this region has been dubbed ‘the Pearl of the Adriatic’. Korcula, steeped in culture and history is one of the greenest islands in the Adriatic Sea. Reputed to be the birthplace of Marco Polo, Korcula is brimmed with abundant vineyards and olive groves.
Brac and Zlatni Rat are idyllic locations for water sports with Brac boasting great windsurfing conditions and Zlatni Rat featuring excellent spots for scuba diving. Hvar is one of the most beautiful and fashionable islands within this archipelago offering designer shopping, exquisite wineries and unparalleled nightlife.
Behind Croatia’s gleaming beaches hides a horde of exhilarating inland adventures and romantic medieval towns which are framed by a stunning backdrop of rolling hills. The gorgeous temperate days, vibrant clear skies and diverse flora make it a popular charter destination with more and more superyachts spending summers here.
If you are interested in a private yachting vacation in the Adriatic, view all Croatia luxury charter yachts that are available for rent.
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