Don’t overlook the magnificent Dalmatian Coast Sail into Croatia’s classic marinas, historical harbors or abandoned coves.
Ask some of sailors to name their preferred destination in the Mediterranean and it’s likely that sailing from Croatia is going to top the record fairly inexpensively. Reasons for this particular pole position not just incorporate the unbelievable blue vistas, crystal clear waters and picturesque shore of over a thousand islands that produce a stunning visual seascape, but it’s down to price. Croatia offers excellent value for money and contains a mostly uncrowded, uncluttered and subtropical shore as well as the evolution observed by many other European destinations. ‘Quaint’, ‘magical’, ‘secure’ and ‘magnificent ‘ are words used regularly to explain Ferienhaus in Kroatien.
After a backwater, it currently offers over 50 classic marinas, the vast majority of which have been assembled over the last 20 -30 decades after which completely updated in the previous ten years. Many of Croatia’s marinas carry Blue Flag status on account of their determination to secure their key appeal – a pristine atmosphere. And whilst you can visit a fully-serviced marina featuring all mod cons, you may just as readily moor in among over 500 harbors, offering age-old ambience. A number of the most common historic harbors together with the sailing community comprise Cavtat, Korcula Town, Hvar and Stari Grad, Trogir, Sibenik, Sali, Istra and Vrsar, to name only a few! And for individuals wanting to escape from everything and embark on a first experience, you will get numerous protected secluded coves and bays to anchor, where tranquility is ensured. You’ll easily find a part of the shoreline and a stretch of beach to call your own.
Croatia is well-known for having beneficial sailing winds and secure waters, making sailing a sensible option for many. Seasoned sailors frequently head from Pula, in Croatia’s northwest, to explore the scenic temples and Roman remains of Kvarner Bay, Cres, Losinj, Rab and Krk. Another popular route circumnavigates the beautiful Kornati archipelago, currently protected as a National Park of over a hundred islands.