15 May

Explore Croatia On A Sailing Tour

Croatia Sailing (Monica) 13 August - Renee CurtisCroatia #2 6 August - Tiffany Driver (Amy)

Croatia is undoubtedly one of Europe’s most remarkable success stories. Rising from the ashes of former Yugoslavia, the Balkan state has gone on to be one of the continent’s hottest destinations, with a virtually uninterrupted stretch of coastline that draws visitors from all corners of the globe. 

Croatia Sailing Tours – Experiencing the Country by Boat 

It’s unsurprising, with such an impressive variety of sandy beaches, quiet coves and buzzing coastal towns, that many visitors opt to explore Croatia by boat, rather than sweating it out on dry land. The balmy air of the Adriatic acts as a pleasant antidote for the warm climate, which can get extremely hot in the summer time. Here are just a few of the best places to stop, when enjoying a Croatia sailing tour.

Croatia Tour – Highlights

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Split

On your sailing tour, a visit to Croatia’s second largest city is quite simply – essential. It is lively and modern, but with a strong sense of ancient roots; with the remarkable Palace of Diocletian and old walls of the city. 

The fortified city of Korcula in Croatia

Korčula

The medieval streets of Korčula are incredibly atmospheric, with winding, labyrinthine alleyways, quaint street-side bars, serving traditional food, and of course, the lovely port. Many sail Croatia tours feature Korčula as a highlight, and it’s hardly surprising.

Croatia Sail 21 May - April Domandl

Makarska

Makarska is somewhat of an undiscovered gem on the country’s coastline. Many Croatia sailing tours tend to skip this spot, focusing instead on the appeal of the larger cities. However, the Makarska Riviera is full to the brim of some of the country’s prettiest, most unspoiled beaches, all of which are framed by the looming mass of the mountains behind.

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Brac

Take a break from the mainland and head to Brac, an island with a strong sense of tranquility and a real respect for nature. On a Croatia sailing tour, this is likely to be a wonderfully scenic highlight.

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Dubrovnik

Of course, no trip to Croatia would be complete without a visit to Dubrovnik. This coastal city has long since reigned as the principal attraction in the country, and with its beautiful old city walls, spectacular beaches and unique atmosphere, it’s not hard to see why.

Where To Discover Your Sailing Tour Croatia 

Look for a Croatia sailing tour that focuses on providing an authentic experience, visits lesser known parts of the country and gives you time to explore. For inspiration, head over to our website and discover the options on offer.

 

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