Croatia is a country of good wine, thousand islands and thriving lavender. Good not too strong winds and mostly calm water with beautiful sunny weather makes it a perfect destination for sailing holidays.
If you will not be able to meet lavenders with sailors, there are many islands to visit and you will not miss wine here. Even swimming for many years on this world’s finest coast will not let you visit all the islands. On top of this on the islands time flows differently, as if slower, in the rhythm of nature. People here are friendly and very hospitable, they often invite to their cellars for tasting their own production of liquors and dishes. In villages, you can often moor directly to the table of a picturesque pub (konoby).
The coast of Croatia is devoid of exclusive hotels and other giant objects that have disfigured other coasts. Nevertheless, beautiful bays and many great marinas allow us to stop the yacht practically anywhere. The bays, sheltered from the wind and waves of the anchorage, the ports of picturesque villages, city ports and dozens of well-equipped and safe marinas, all this makes so many of us begin our sailing adventure here.
On top of that Cities abound in attractions of ancient architecture and beautiful culture.
Croatia may be a small country, but it has a rich culture and history. It boasts 10 UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Kornati National Park
The Kornati National Park comprises 89 islands of the Kornati archipelago. It is one of the most spectacular places in the Adriatic Sea in terms of nature.
Beatiful, picturesque waterfalls surrounded by rich flora and fauna will be a great idea for a day trip.
Dalmatian marinas are famous for their intimacy and climate. Narrow streets, romantic atmosphere, mass of pubs.
Croatian food is really amazing! Traditional Croatian cuisine is rich and very diverse