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The city of Split, located on the coast of Croatia, has architectural influences from the Roman and Venetian empires. A popular visit is the palace of Diocletien, around which the city was built when the Roman Emperor Diocletien was in power. During your visit, you will also be able to admire the Cathedral Saint-Domnius. The fort of Klis is the perfect spot to enjoy a beautiful panoramic view of the city. The Marjan park offers you a nice area to walk, and gives you an entirely different point of view of the city. Kasuni and Bacvice are ideal beaches to go to relax with friends or family.
By renting a sailboat from Split, you will be able to navigate towards the islands, leaving behind a breathtaking view of the city. The island of Brac, one of the biggest Adriatic sea islands, is worth visiting; there, you can to go to the popular Zlatni rat beach with its crystal clear waters. Hvar, near Split, is considered like the Croatian "Saint-Tropez". Moreover, cruising along the Dalmatian coast will bring you to Sibenik, Biograd na Moru, and even Zadar.
Navigating on a sailboat is an experience full of incredible sensations. Let yourself be carried by the wind and achieve a longer cruising time because you won't have to stop off to refill your fuel tank. Another great advantage is the cost related to your rental (especially if it is at least a week long), which will be a lot lower than if you chose a motorboat.
Our dedicated team and user-friendly website is here to help you rent a sailboat in Split. We have the most attractive prices, and very diverse sailboats: all sizes, various years, all levels of luxury, skippered or not. The Click & Boat team is also available to help you with any inquiries you have.
In Split, 506 privately owned sailboat are available for rent. See other boats in the area
Split and the surrounding areas are truly amazing! We highly recommend staying within the Diocletian Palace walls for a few days to really get the feel of Split. Parking can be a challenge but your contact where you are staying will have ideas. A trip to Hvar is worth the time. Visit as many islands as you can.
In Split you have a good starting point to both Trogir, as well as the nearby islands. The islands are so close to the coast that you can even reach two or three islands with a fast motorboat whitin a day. You have many possibilities to plan your route in this area.
Toni suggested several spots; all were great. For example, a small town where we docked and had lunch, a private cove with few other guests, and a more popular cove with beautiful water and a good vibe. Find your favorite beaches before leaving, or ask for a recommendation. Note: wind can determine where it is advisable to go, and also consider that some harbors have a docking fee, which might add slightly to your costs.
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