What better way to see the historic towns, protected forests and stunning islands of Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast than aboard a private yacht? All aboard for a week in paradise
Croatia has a natural beauty that is so easy to become immersed in and the Adriatic coastline is stunning to see. We might be biased but our feeling is that there is simply no better way to experience this beautiful region than under sail.
Mix lazy days of beach combing and swimming with more active days spent in lively local restaurants, exploring medieval fortresses, hiking to ancient ruins, and getting lost as you wander down cobbled streets while sailing Croatia.
In the evenings you’ll wind down from your day on board the boat and allow yourself to be lulled to sleep by the gently lapping waves.
Highlights of this Sailing Croatia adventure include:
- Spending time in Split exploring ancient ruins
- Sleeping soundly over gentle ocean waves
- Meandering around the Old Town of Trogir – a World Heritage Site
- Snorkelling off the beautiful coast of Brac
- A guided tour of the national park in Mijet
- Completely blissing out on Hvars beach
- Visiting Blace, the “California of Croatia”
- Enjoying fine dining and sampling any number of local dishes
- Sampling the regions renowned wine and olive oil
There is so much history to take in here. You’ll learn about the role in history of each city you visit and you’ll visit all the must see destinations like St Lovro Cathedral, Kamerlengo Fortress, and Cipiko Palace. There are so many cultural influences here – Greek, Roman, French, and Venetian are but a few.
But it’s not all about the man-made spots – the natural beauty of the country will be on full display – whether you’re sipping cocktails by the waterfront, taking in the bold and rocky terrain or the black pine groves, visiting vineyards, or simply enjoying the view of life that living on a sailing vessel provides.
You’ll spend eight days and nights at sea as you sail in Croatia, disembarking each day to discover what new excitement lies ahead. You’ll visit an island believed to be home to Odysseus for a period of time, get lost among narrow alley ways and cobbled squares, visit galleries and museums and so much more.
Sailing experience is not needed and not particularly hands on so a perfect way to experience a first sailing holiday while also being great R&R for the salty sailors among us.
Enquire today and discover the beauty of this wonderful country.