Split, Croatia’s second biggest city, is a true gem worth exploring by boat. Its old town will take you breath away with its historical monuments and narrow, cobbled streets. There are also many destinations in the vicinity to discover: Brač, Hvar, Lastovo, Trogir and Vis, all islands of outstanding beauty. You can also sail to Zadar and stroll around the city’s picturesque centre. If you opt for a yacht charter in Croatia, visit the Kornati National Park to explore its 147 islands. This part of Croatia is a paradise on earth, home to rare flora and fauna. An ideal destination for nature lovers offering opportunities for several outdoors activities, such as hiking, snorkeling, and swimming in the sea.
And then there is Dubrovnik,"the pearl of the Mediterranean" as this beautiful city is also known. You will marvel at the city’s gracious walls and the old port where you can dock if you rent a boat in Croatia. The old town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, will take you back to another era. Sailing enthusiasts love Croatia for its modern boating infrastructure and marinas in most sailing destinations, including Pula ACI Marina, Brac, Split, Dubrovnik ACI Marina, Rijeka and Trogir. There are also many remote coves and bays to explore to enjoy a boating trip with your family or friends. Many visitors choose to rent a sailboat, a catamaran or a motorboat to propose to their significant other or to enjoy an unforgettable honeymoon trip.
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Stretching across the Adriatic Sea, Croatia is home to more than 1,000 islands. With its traditional Mediterranean cuisine, virgin forests and sandy beaches, Croatia is the perfect destination for a yacht charter all around the year. Not coincidentally, Croatia has become Europe’s hottest sailing destination over the last few years. To make the most of your trip to Croatia, you can rent a boat on Click&Boat’s platform. There is a wide range of sailboats, catamarans, luxury yachts, motorboats, RIBs and jet skis to choose from.
Your trip can take you to the picturesque islands of Bisevo, Vis, Budinovak, and Hvar Stiniva, as well as the main cities of Dubrovnik, Split and Zagreb. There is something for everyone, from breathtaking Roman architecture in Split – don’t miss the opportunity to visit Diocletian’s Palace – to a rich culture and cuisine in the countryside and the Dalmatian Archipelago. Try Croatia’s delicious wild cherries, Lovran asparagus, the famous Punat olives, Kvarner scampi and Tdehe šurlice, the local pasta. Oenology buffs will love Croatian wines, especially Vrbnička žlahtina from Krk, Trojšćina Susak and Kastavska Belica Kastav.
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