Yacht Charter in Croatia - Top Places to Visit
Surely there are thousands of yachting destinations all over the world. And it can be hard to pick one.
But when it comes to Croatia, we made it easy and selected TOP 7 yacht charter destinations.
Why Croatia? Because - 1200 islands, medieval towns, scenic bays, national parks, archaeological sites, crystal clear sea, breath-taking beaches, and tasty food.
Read further to find out our selection.
Trogir, a harmonious town on a small island whose old town, under UNESCO protection, is a treasure trove for lovers of art. The small, narrow streets and small village squares along with various cultural and music open air events give this town a special atmosphere that many visitors enjoy each year.
The city of Split is a super lively town, 2nd largest in Croatia, with a lot of amenities... You can visit Riva, Peristyle, Prokurative, Klis fortress, park forrest Marjan and much more. Also, it has a port and several marinas for the yacht, as well as great connections to all other top places included in this list.
Dubrovnik is one of the world’s most stunning destinations in Croatia. This town is under UNESCO World Heritage List as a city of rich culture and history. Besides that, Dubrovnik offers numerous other possibilities for activities. You can walk the old city walls, experience the Game of Thrones tour, go kayaking, take the cable car to the top of Mount Srdj, and so on.
Brač is the largest island in central Dalmatia. Some must-see activities include visiting the insanely beautiful beach Zlatni Rat, going on the highest peak Vidova Gora, seeing Blaca monastery, visiting the olive oil museum, and trying wine tasting tours.
Party island with celebrities, that's Hvar! It is the sunniest place in Croatia, with the best nightlife for sure. Besides that, you have Hvar fortress, St. Stephen's square and cathedral, Pakleni islands, hidden lagoons, lavender fields, and wine tours.
Korčula is a favorite among yacht lovers who love to escape the crowds and enjoy in privacy and beauty this island offers. The offer consists of St. Anthony's hill, islet Badija, St Mark's cathedral, Marko Polo exhibition, Revel tower, and many more.
Mljet is one of the most forested islands in the Adriatic. Yacht lovers come here to enjoy untouched nature, the island’s mysticism, olive groves, vineyards, and rich forests. You just have to see the St. Mary islet, National park Mljet and Cave of Odyssey. Also, it's popular for activities such as cycling, kayaking, and canoeing.