Croatia Sail

Croatia is a country at the cross-roads of central and south-east Europe with unspoiled coastlines on the Adriatic Sea. It comprises of more than a thousand islands which have a rich history, unreal beaches, fabulous food and an epic nightlight – Croatia is your Mediterranean fantasy, best discovered by boat. A  Croatia sail tour focuses on providing an authentic experience, visiting picturesque seashores, bays, quaint cobbled towns, ancient walled cities and national parks, giving you plenty of time to explore, relax and socialise. The balmy air of the Adriatic acts as a pleasant antidote for the warm climate meaning that days are easily taken up by swimming, sunbathing or discovering one of the unique sites, and by night it’s pure indulgence in the Mediterranean cuisine and local wines whilst watching the sunset splash colours over the Adriatic before partying the night away. It will be easy for you to soon discover why we often hear a Croatia sailing tour is one of the most memorable experiences of one’s travels.

Croatia Sailing Tours

Ensuite Cabins
Duration: 8 Day
ENSUITE ABOVE DECK CABINS-Discover crystal clear turquoise waters, unspoiled nature, ...
Ensuite Cabins
Duration: 8 Day
ENSUITE ABOVE DECK CABINS-Chill by day, party by night on our 8 day sailing trip arou...
Ensuite Cabins
Duration: 8 Day
ENSUITE BELOW DECK CABINS-Discover crystal clear turquoise waters, unspoiled nature, ...
Ensuite Cabins
Duration: 8 Day
ENSUITE BELOW DECK CABINS–Chill by day, party by night on our 8 day sailing tri...

Croatia Sights Map

Must See Sights from Croatia

Dubrovnik
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This complex is one of the most beautiful and strongest fortified systems in Europe, but the lively streets show that there is more! Party in a 13th Century fortress anyone?

Split
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The largest city of Adriatic has a stunning coastline with countless cafes, bars or shops. Emperor Diocletain’s palace, a World Heritage Site, is open for visitors.

Hvar
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Among the most popular of the Adriatic, it was named a top destination to travel in 2012. Crowding streets and the crazy nightlife can’t go unmentioned.

Korcula
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The birthplace of Marco Polo reminds many of a miniature Dubrovnik with its walls. Make your way to the old city tower to grab a cocktail and enjoy the stunning view.

Mljet
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A true beauty of nature, the island of Mljet is covered in green with some small villages and lakes. A third of the island is an amazing Natural Park.

Omis
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Omis is a small port located at the mouth of the Cetina River and surrounded by huge gorges

TOP REVIEWS

  • Sail Split to Dubrovnik

    I found sailing Croatia to be an excellent tour and great value for money. I would definitely recommend this trip to everyone. Dameo was a great tour leader, very approachable and was always around when needed. The crew on board MS Lav were fantastic, I couldn’t be more happier with the service. The boat itself was also fantastic, much higher standard that I assumed it would be. Overall 10/ 10 ?

    J.Andrews
  • Sail Dubrovnik to Split

    We had an amazing 8 days on the Pirate ship and would highly recommend this tour. Everything from the crew and Dan, the group party nights on the boat, food, and scenery could not have been better. Would come back and do it again!

    L.Lim
  • Sail Dubrovnik to Split

    I had a fantastic, unforgettable experience. Made some long lasting friendships which I think made the tour so special mention. Particular mention to our fantastic tour leader Mon, who joined us in almost all the activities. Such a trooper!! All her advice was spot on. Croatia itself proved to be an unforgettable tour location for the people, crew, friends on board, our tour guide. Thanks Travel Talk.

    Sarah Culliford
  • Sail Split to Dubrovnik

    Our crew + tour guide were exceptional. Funny, helpful + friendly, even on the second last tour of the season. Everything was amazing + great value for money.

    Julia Coates
  • Sail Split to Dubrovnik

    Amazing crew, great week – time of my life. Mon was a great guide – informative, fun and friendly. Love you all xx

    Lexi Ensor

Croatia Travel Guide

Croatia is a country that has an abundant amount of sunshine and warm temperatures from May until September. It has scorching, dry summers and mild, temperately rainy winters which means that the ideal period to visit Croatia especially for a sailing tour would be during the summer months. At this time of year, the sea is warm, perfect for swimming and various water sports, the sun is shining and the temperature ranges from the mid to high 30’s; perfect for sunbathing, exploring the quaint towns and sailing along the Adriatic Sea.
We closely monitor the latest travel updates to Croatia and follow the advice of the UK Foreign Office. For the latest travel advice from UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO), please visit: https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/croatia.
At present, Australian, New Zealand, British, American and Canadian residents do not need a visa for visits to Croatia of up to 90 days.
The culture of Croatia has origins in a lengthy history and due to its topographical location, it has had many influences from both the east and the west over the years. Croatia has suffered from economic problems, political issues, adversity and war, which is still apparent in some towns such as Dubrovnik, where bullet holes can be seen and museums have been erected to display Croatia’s turbulent history. The Croats are proud of their country especially due to the hardship they’ve endured which means they have tight communities and are very family orientated people. They tend to keep their culture alive with songs, costumes, dancing and folk tales. The most extensively acknowledged religion in Croatia is Christianity with most of the population, a member of the Roman Catholic Church.
Due to Croatia’s geographical position the food has plenty of Mediterranean similarities with many dishes of seafood orientation. Coastal towns are where you’ll be able to sample fresh fish, shellfish, octopus along with plenty of other seafood delights. Along with seafood, meat is very popular in Croatia and is usually offered grilled or pan-fried. These dishes are generally accompanied by fresh vegetables and moreover, Croatia produces top quality cheese that goes well with basically anything. Croatia too produces fantastic beer and wine. Most Croatian beer is lager with the mass-market brands of Karlovačko and Ožujsko widely available. Croatia’s wine has got better and better over the years. With the climate being ideal for producing wine, Croatia offers plenty of great quality chardonnays, merlots and cabernets.
Typically, Croatia is not identified as a foremost shopping destination however, shopping in Croatia offers an array of retail experiences such as large malls, charming markets, collectors’ stalls, second hand stores and boutique clothing retailers. Travellers can purchase anything from souvenirs to food; from handmade embroidery to traditional crafts and everything in between.
Ultra Europe: Ultra Europe is an electronic music festival that is held annually in Split with renowned DJ’s taking the stage. With the main part of the festival taking residence inside Split’s historical Stadion Poljud, the festival also offers amazing boat parties which are docked up on some of the country’s most beautiful islands. Dubrovnik Summer Festival: This annually held festival was founded in 1950. It offers entertainment that includes film, dance, theatre, ballet and music and takes place at various locations across Dubrovnik. Artists from all over the world pilgrimage to the city to partake in the festival.

Croatia is part of the European Union and European citizens do not require a visa. Citizens of the following countries do not require a visa if staying for less than three months: USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan.
Passport validity entry requirements change per nationality. We generally recommend to have a passport with at least 6 months of remaining validity.
This information is provided only as a guidance, we strongly advise that you check with the consulate or embassy as this information can change at any time and with little notice. It is your responsibility to make sure that all the required travel documents are ready when travelling.
Yes, all passengers travelling with Travel Talk must have travel insurance before participating in any of our tours. Your guide will collect your travel insurance details on the first day of your trip.
It is your responsibility to make sure you have an adequate and suitable travel insurance in place. You may read more about this here.
One of the popular sailing hotspots of Europe, Croatia is a perfect sea, sun & fun destination. The best time to visit Croatia is June to August, however May and September are also sunny with smaller crowds on the islands.
Complimentary wi-fi is available in many hotels, cafes and restaurants, however the quality of the connection may differ. You can also find internet cafes in the cities visited. Make sure to enable data roaming on your mobile if you wish to use 3G/4G. Please note that boats do not have wi-fi and 3G/4G connection may be unavailable while sailing.
If you come from another EU Country you may be able to use your phone without any additional roaming charges, please consult with your mobile provider. Coverage is generally quite good in Croatia, however may be spotty on some small islands.
Make sure to enable global roaming before leaving home to be able to use your mobile in Croatia. 3G/4G is commonly available throughout the country, however may be unreliable on the sea.
The Croatian Kuna is the currency of Croatia. A few examples of approximate prices:
  • Cup of coffee/tea: 10-15 HKR (1-2 EUR)
  • A simple restaurant meal: 60 - 80 HKR (8-10 EUR)
  • Beer at a bar: 15-20 HKR
  • Soft Ice Cream: 10 HKR
1 litre of drinking water is provided daily by Travel Talk free of charge. Tap water in Croatia is generally considered safe to drink, however may not be preferred. We recommend to drink filtered or bottled water for a short trip.
Credit cards are widely accepted in Croatia. However, small shops and vendors may not accept cards, we would recommend to carry cash with you for such small purchases.
ATMs are commonly available around Croatia except some remote islands. They can be easily found on the streets, hotel lobbies, banks, restaurants...
Airport transfer service isn't available in Croatia. The ports are easily accesible via public transport or taxi.
The welcome meeting will be held on the boat at 1 pm. For the Split to Dubrovnik tour, all passengers must have boarded the boat by 1 pm sharp. The boat must leave the port by 1 pm. For the Dubrovnik to Split tour, the boat will remain in Dubrovnik port on the first night. You can find your meeting point at https://www.traveltalktours.com/meeting-point-croatia/.
There is no pre or post tour accommodation available in Croatia.
Solo travellers often join our tours to meet and travel with like-minded adventurers, forming longstanding friendships. We also strive to provide a relaxed and sociable tour experience to allow the group to weld throughout the journey.
Solo travellers will be roomed with another solo traveller of the same gender, or can upgrade to a solo room by paying the single supplement depending on availability.
There are always solo travelers on our tours. If you don’t mind being roomed with another single traveler of the same gender, you do not need to pay the supplement. Single supplement is for travelers who would like to stay in a single room for the duration of their tour. Single supplement option is not always available in Croatia.
Please contact us with your request & we will do our best to arrange your room accordingly.
info@traveltalktours.com
0208 099 9596
Our tours do not include airfare to/from the destination, and we do not advise on, ticket or sell flights. It is your responsibility to make it to the starting point of your tour on time.
If you provide your dietary requirements at the time of booking, we will do our best to make the necessary arrangements where available. You can leave a comment under the "Notes" section when making an online booking or simply contact us. Please note that gluten-free & vegan options can be limited.
The Croatian Kuna is the currency of Croatia. Avoid changing the bulk of your money at the airport as the exchange rates are usually more favorable in the city. Your tour leader will be pleased to help you if you need any assistance.
There are no luggage restrictions on our tours, but since there is limited space in the cabins, please consider the size of your luggage for your own convenience.
Tips are a common reward for service staff in Croatia, make sure to check if the tip is included in your bill at restaurants. Your tour guide and crew will also be especially appreciative and honored with this kind of traditional gratitude at the end of your tour.
If you are joining the Split to Dubrovnik tour, the boat leaves the port at 1pm sharp. If you are arriving later, please contact us, you can catch the boat at the next stop. While we will do our best to assit you, please note that it will be your responsibility to make the necessary arrangements to catch the group.
If you are on the Dubrovnik to Split tour, you can join on the first day of the tour at any time while the boat stays in the port during the night.
Drinks & food from outside is not allowed but you can find them for reasonable rates onboard.
All cabins on our boats are ensuite with wC facilities in each room.
Yes, just send us the name of the boat you would like to sail on & we will send you its schedule!
No, air-condition is only available in common areas.
A towel for shower and 1 set of linens are provided.
No extra fee as long as there is availability! Just send your request to our team when you book your tour.

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Monday - Friday: 09:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday: Closed
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