You may have spent a lot of time sailing in Croatia over the last four years, exploring different areas each time. From Split to Dubrovnik, Zadar to Rovinj, it could be one of your favourite countries. The landscapes, the colours and the beautiful old cities and towns are good. When away, one of the favourite things to do is hop on a boat and explores some of the islands. There are over 1,200 islands along Croatia’s Adriatic coastline. Some are teeny tiny uninhabited places, while others have towns, villages and lots to do. Some you can visit for a day by catching a boat from Split or Dubrovnik, while others you might want to charter or book onto a Croatia sailing cruise and spend several days island hopping from the comfort of your yacht or gulet. The freedom of travelling by boat is amazing. You can set your own itinerary, spend the morning exploring quaint old towns, your afternoons getting to grips with nature and your evenings wine tasting or partying until the early hours.
Hvar is one of the most popular yacht charter croatia in the Croatian islands to sail to along the Dalmatian coast. When visited It is loved. Stari Grad is charming with its harbour, skinny streets and cute restaurants. Meanwhile hop on your sailing yacht around to Hvar Town and you’ll see a different side the party side Bars like Hula Hula and Kiva, plus nearby club Carpe Diem keep a constant flow of 18-25 year olds in the summer months.
When you sail to Korčula Town and spent an afternoon and evening there, you just wouldn’t believe how stunning it is. You can soak up the history as you pass 15th Century walls and wander streets of medieval stone buildings. One of the favourite spot in Korcula Town is Massimos a cocktail bar on the top of one of the old fort towers. When you order drinks, they’re delivered using the special dumb waiter which hoists them to the top of the ancient tower. Korcula is also home to quaint villages, pristine beaches and a handful of vineyards.