Sailing regions

Istria and Kvarner region

ISTRIA AND KVARNER Istria is the largest Croatian and Adriatic peninsula. Istria is the largest green oasis in the northern Adriatic. Along the coast and on the islands are dominated by pine forests and recognizable green macchia. It is famous for its historic towns,  rich gastronomic offer which includes great wines , olive oils, truffles and attractive inland towns.  The biggest nautical ports of Istria are Pula and Rovinj. Interesting places for sailing are Limski Channel, Brijuni Archipelago, towns Vrsar and Porec. National Park Brijuni, is also worth visiting because of its historical and natural heritage. Kvarner or Kvarner Bay is a...

Zadar region

ZADAR The largest city and harbor of North Dalmatia is the city of Zadar, more than 3000 years old, one of the most popular tourist destinations of Dalmatia. It offers numerous gastronomic delicacies, cultural and historical sights to taste and visit. Do not miss the sunset in Zadar, even the famous Hollywood film director Alfred Hitchcock has seen Zadar sunset and call it the most beautiful sunset in the world.  The Zadar archipelago is characterized by a distinctly indented coast, numerous islands and untouched nature. It counts over a hundred islands and its coastline is similar to the Greeks. Most...

Sibenik region

Sibenik The city of Sibenik is located in the most impressive natural harbor and the most impressive maritime entrance to the city, the canal of Sv. Ante at the mouth of the Krka River, and its archipelago is made up of over 200 islands  and an alpine ridge. Sibenik is an old medieval town, about its rich historical past speak many fortresses the palaces and the churchsthat have been preserved to this day. Sibenik area has two national parks - Kornati, the most indented island system of the Adriatic and Krka National Park - known for its sedimentary barriers and waterfalls like...

Split region

SPLIT Split is the center and the largest port of Middle Dalmatia, surrounded by the islands of Brac, Hvar, Solta and Ciovo. The city was built on the historical core, the palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian, and as such among the few in the world is under the protection of UNESCO's cultural heritage. Northern of Split is historical town of Trogir, the best preserved Romanesque Gothic city in Europe, also under UNESCO protection. This is the most interesting and most developed nautical region due to the numerous tourist offerings, the large number of marinas and good traffic connections. The city of...

Dubrovnik region

DUBROVNIK Dubrovnik is the most desirable city and the most famous tourist attraction in Croatia, and the sea is here the nicest and the finest. It is a historic town with narrow streets and high walls facing the sun and the sea surrounded by evergreen green islands. Dubrovnik Riviera stretches from Rijeka Dubrovnik to Neum and Peljesac, near the lush pine shoreline, olive groves and vineyards, hidden bays with crystal clear sea and the most beautiful renaissance Dalmatia garden, the Arboretum of Trsteno, whose two oriental planks attract the visitor's attention. There is also Rijeka dubrovacka, the most beautiful sea...