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Lonely bays, dreamy beaches, idyllic fishing villages: a yacht charter in Croatia is extremely varied. Along the Adriatic coast, sailors will find a diverse landscape from the Kvarner Bay to Dubrovnik. The sailing area of the Istrian coast is ideal for exploring by sailboat. Thus, sailors interested in culture and history will not miss out when sailing in Croatia.

Discover the Adriatic coast with a yacht charter from Croatia

Sailors have always appreciated Croatia's cultural and scenic diversity. The southern area of Croatia's coast is characterised by rugged rock formations. Holidaymakers who rent a boat sail in the crystal-clear Adriatic waters, past picturesque scenery with numerous modern marinas. To add variety to your sailing trip in Croatia, we recommend extended shore excursions with a short hike or a shopping tour in Trogir or Split. Both cities are UNESCO World Heritage Sites and are worthwhile destinations.

Sailing enthusiasts with a yacht charter in Croatia can also explore Istria and the northern coastal region of Dalmatia from our bases. There, for example, the Kvarner Bay, numerous smaller and larger islands as well as clear, clean water await the sailors. Our Pitter yacht charter bases Pula/Veruda, Biograd, Trogir, Vodice and Jezera/Murter inspire with high quality standards and best service at fair prices. Marina Veruda in Pula, for example, is ideal for a sailing trip to the popular islands of Cres, Lošinj, Rab. The Pitter Yachting base is also ideal for discovering the old colonial towns of Rovinj, Poreč, Novigrad and Umag by sailboat.

The rocky areas that are present in the south of Croatia are less in the north. This is because the further north you sail, the greener the landscape in Croatia becomes. Our yacht charter base in Biograd is a leading charter destination and one of the largest marinas on the Croatian Adriatic. From there, the sailing route to the Kornati Islands is highly recommended. For sailors who like to combine historic towns and relaxed sailing, a cruise from Trogir is ideal. The ACI Marina Trogir is located in the immediate vicinity of the city centre, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. From there, excursion destinations in the area of the central Dalmatian islands or southwards to the large well-known islands of Hvar, Brac, Mljet, Korcula, Vis and Lastovo are possible. In addition to Trogir, our base in the marina in Vodice is also a popular starting point for a sailing trip with a yacht or catamaran to the central Dalmatian islands such as Kaprije, Zirje, and Zlarin. Another Pitter Yachting base can be found on the island of Murter, in the Dalmatia region. The ACI Marina Jezera on Murter is particularly suitable if you want to explore the islands of the Kornati and Krka National Parks.

Rent a boat in Croatia: sailing in the island world of the Adriatic Sea

Croatia's island landscape comprises over 1,000 islands along the coast. Countless sailing routes and excursions are on offer when yacht chartering in Croatia. The short distances between the islands make it possible to visit many places in a short time. That is why the island world of Croatia is known as paradise among sailors. Here you will find charming fishing villages and secluded bays as well as bustling islands and lively harbours and beaches in equal measure. One of the most famous beaches in Croatia is the "Golden Horn" beach on the island of Brač, in the Dalmatian region off the city of Split.

Yacht charter in Croatia with Pitter Yachting

With around 400 well-equipped yachts and sailboats, we offer high-quality yacht charters out of Croatia. Our 15 charter bases are certified with the Safe Travels seal "Safe stay in Croatia" by the World Travel & Tourism Council. With this safety seal we guarantee our charter guests the highest hygiene and safety precautions on our bases and yachts.

Take advantage of the good connections from Split or Zadar by plane and start your sailing holiday in Croatia with a relaxed journey. Pitter Yachtcharter will gladly arrange the transfer from the airport to the marina. For sailors from Austria or Germany, Croatia is also easily accessible by car. Parking spaces are available in our marinas.

Book your sailboat in Croatia today and experience an unforgettable yacht charter holiday on the Adriatic coast.

Rijeka Marina Rijeka

Rijeka

Marina Rijeka

Rijeka is located in the Kvarner Bay and is the third largest city in Croatia. The port of Rijeka is a popular starting point for sailing trips in Croatia and connects the Croatian islands with the port of Bari in Italy via ferry. Our long-standing charter partner Kigo Yachting at Marina Rijeka offers sailing enthusiasts a high charter standard and the best all-round service at a consistently high level of quality.

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Punat (Krk) Marina Punat

Punat (Krk)

Marina Punat

Punat, on the island of Krk, is the ideal starting point for a sailing trip in the Kvarner Bay region. At Marina Punat, sailing enthusiasts experience an upscale charter standard and the best all-round service at a uniformly high level of quality through our Partner Delfin Charter. The popular marina in Punat is one of the cleanest and most protected marinas in Croatia.

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Pula Marina Veruda

Pula

Marina Veruda

Pitter Yacht Charter Base

The Pitter yacht charter base in Pula is located on the southern tip of Istria in a sheltered bay of the northern Adriatic. The Marina Veruda stands for high quality standards and best service at fair prices. A sailing trip from Pula is the ideal starting point for a yacht charter in one of the most beautiful sailing estuaries of the Mediterranean.

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Pula Marina Veruda

Pula

Marina Veruda

Pitter Charter-Partner Base

The marina Veruda, a Pitter yacht charter base, is located on the southern tip of Istria in a sheltered bay. The charter partner base from Yacht Center Mannheim guarantees very good service at fair prices and high-quality standards. The harbour in Pula is ideally suited for a sailing trip to the northern Adriatic, one of the most beautiful sailing estuaries of the Mediterranean.

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Pomer ACI Marina Pomer

Pomer

ACI Marina Pomer

The popular holiday resort of Pomer is located in the Istrian region and offers fantastic conditions for a sailing holiday. Our long-standing, proven charter partner Vito Nautika offers sailing enthusiasts a high charter standard and a wide range of services at the ACI Marina Pomer. We guarantee the best all-round service at a consistently high level of quality.

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Zadar Marina Tankerkomerc

Zadar

Marina Tankerkomerc

Zadar is a popular sailing region in the heart of Dalmatia and is known as a centre for water sports and nautical adventures in Croatia. Tankerkomerc Marina is operated by our long-term charter partner Prosper Yachting and is the ideal starting point for a sailing trip from Zadar. An upscale charter standard and first-class services guarantee the best all-round service at a uniformly high level of quality.

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Biograd Marina Kornati

Biograd

Marina Kornati

Pitter Yacht Charter Base

Biograd na Moru is located on the Dalmatian coast between Vodice and Zadar. It is one of the most popular starting points for a charter trip. The Pitter Yachtcharter base in Biograd inspires sailors with high quality standards and the best service at fair prices.

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Biograd Marina Kornati

Biograd

Marina Kornati

Pitter Charter-Partner Base

Biograd na Moru is located in the central part of the Adriatic Sea. Biograd na Moru is located on the Dalmatian coast between Vodice and Zadar and is one of the most popular starting points for a sailing trip. The marina is run by our long-term charter partner and delights sailors with high quality standards and the best service at fair prices.

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Jezera/Murter ACI Marina Jezera

Jezera/Murter

ACI Marina Jezera

The former fishing village of Jezera is located on the south-eastern coast of the island of Murter. A sailing trip from Jezera is popular with families and skippers alike. With a yacht charter from Jezera, sailors enjoy high quality standards at fair prices. Pitter Yachting guarantees the best all-round service at a consistently high level of quality.

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Vodice Marina Vodice

Vodice

Marina Vodice

A sailing holiday from Vodice offers everything a sailor's heart desires: plenty of bays and moorings on the many offshore islands along the beautiful coastline. In Vodice, sailing enthusiasts experience a high standard of quality at fair prices. Pitter Yachting offers the best all-round service at a uniformly high level of quality.

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Sibenik Marina Mandalina

Sibenik

Marina Mandalina

Marina Mandalina is an ideal starting point for a yacht charter in Šibenik, in the middle of the Croatian Adriatic coast. The port of departure in the Dalmatian region is managed by a long-standing Pitter Charter partner Mare Yachting and delights sailors with upscale charter standards and services.

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Rogoznica Marina Frapa

Rogoznica

Marina Frapa

Start your sailing holiday from one of the most beautiful places in Croatia. The modern Marina Frapa is in a picturesque bay just a few minutes' walk from the quaint old town of Rogoznica. The sailing estuary around Rogoznica is a true paradise of enormous diversity, ideal for a yacht charter in the heart of Dalmatia. The port of departure is managed by a long-standing Pitter charter partner Sea and More Yachting and delights sailors with upscale charter standards and services.

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Trogir Marina Trogir - ACI

Trogir

Marina Trogir - ACI

In Trogir, one of the oldest settlements in Dalmatia, one feels transported back centuries. The harbour town is located in the sunniest and warmest area of the Croatian Adriatic and is popular with crews and skippers alike for a yacht charter from Trogir. High quality standard at fair prices. Best all-round service at a uniformly high-quality level.

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Trogir Marina Trogir - SCT

Trogir

Marina Trogir - SCT

Trogir is one of the oldest settlements in Dalmatia, where charter guests feel transported centuries back in time. The port city is located in the sunniest and warmest area of the Croatian Adriatic and is a popular starting point for a sailing trip. The base in Trogir offers high quality standards at fair prices as well as the best all-round service at a high-quality level.

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Split Marina Split - ACI

Split

Marina Split - ACI

A yacht charter from Split is one of the most popular sailing trips in Croatia. The sailing region along the southern Dalmatian coast is easy to navigate and an ideal starting point for exploring the surrounding islands, bays and marinas. The Marina Split - ACI is managed by a Pitter Charter partner and attracts sailors with high quality standards and best service at fair prices.

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With more than 1500 km of coastline and over 1200 islands, Croatia is one of the most beautiful areas for all sailors and motorboat drivers.

Kvarner bay, Istria and South

Route 1 (one week)

Base: Veruda/Pula

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Karte Route 1 (1 Woche)
Day From To
1 Saturday Veruda Medulin
2 Sunday Medulin Cres
3 Monday Cres Losinj - Mali Losinj
4 Tuesday Losinj - Mali Losinj Ilovik
5 Wednesday Ilovik Unije
6 Thursday Unije Cres - Osor
7 Friday Cres - Osor Veruda

Location Descriptions

Veruda

Our base Veruda is located on the southern tip of Istria in one of the most sheltered bays of the Adriatic, right next to the historic town of Pula. The Marina has all the amenities and a large pool that shortens the time to check-in.

If you start your holiday from our base Veruda, you should definitely make a short detour to Pula at the beginning or end of your journey.

Veruda
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Medulin

At its southern end, the peninsula of Istria is cut by a seven-kilometer-long bay, in which are again small bays and peninsulas. And here lies Medulin, a lively resort whose mostly sandy seabed only drops off shallowly - ideal for families with children.

Medulin
Medulin

Cres

In any case you should include the idyllic island of Cres in your trip. A circumnavigation of the island of Cres is well feasible, including the islands of Rab in the east and Krk in the northeast. Driving on the west coast of Cres, the island of Lošinj with the neighboring islands Ilovik, Susak and Unije in the south to southwest and the coast of the Istrian peninsula in the northwest is a nice trip with lots of nature, towns and villages, history and clear water.

  • Cres: The place Cres is already worth seeing. The town today is made up of the medieval harbor, many Gothic and Renaissance churches, monasteries, ruins of the city fortress and palaces of aristocratic families. The old town of Cres consists of a dense core of colorful houses, built together and interconnected. Numerous churches and monasteries await you in and around Cres. From an insider tip the small Lubenice, perched on a rock 378 m above the sea, developed to one of the most popular destinations in the area of Cres.
  • Osor: The city of Osor is located on the island of Cres right on the narrow navigation channel Kavada, which separates the islands of Cres and Losinj with a swing bridge. From antiquity to the 15th century, Osor, due to its location, was the capital city of Cres and Losinj. For culturally interested people, Osor has a lot to offer in terms of historical sights and buildings.
  • Valun und Martinscica: are both very pretty fishing villages. The blue grotto (Plava Grotta) lies on the way between Valun and Martinscica on the bay Zanja.
  • Bijar: Bay Bijar is located just northeast of Osor and is suitable for overnight stays, for a short visit to Osor, or for bridging the waiting period until the Osor Canal is opened.
Cres
Cres

Losinj - Mali Losinj, Veli Losinj

The island of Losinj is a natural paradise full of flowers and pine trees. The two port towns of Mali and Veli Losinj, which are extremely lively in summer, are characterized by the neoclassical style of the Austrians. Numerous villas testify to this period. The mild climate of Losinj attracts many bathers annually. As a result, the landscape is characterized by numerous hotels and guesthouses, parks with palm trees, agaves, huge oleanders and pines.

Losinj

Ilovik

Ilovik is a small, very quiet island south of Losinj, where the chirping of the cicadas and the seagulls make the music. The narrow channel between Ilovik and the emetery island SV.PETAR is very popular with sailors. The small town around the harbor and the canal with its simple church is full of flowers all the year. Ilovik therefore also has the nickname Flower Island.

Ilovik
Ilovik

Unije

The small island of Unje is strikingly green and wildly overgrown with sage, rockrose, laurel, lavender, rosemary and thyme. Especially in spring it smells wonderful. The few inhabitants live in the only town, their houses are aligned circularly towards the sea. Trails lead across the entire island and to the two lighthouses.

Cres

In any case you should include the idyllic island of Cres in your trip. A circumnavigation of the island of Cres is well feasible, including the islands of Rab in the east and Krk in the northeast. Driving on the west coast of Cres, the island of Lošinj with the neighboring islands Ilovik, Susak and Unije in the south to southwest and the coast of the Istrian peninsula in the northwest is a nice trip with lots of nature, towns and villages, history and clear water.

  • Osor: The city of Osor is located on the island of Cres right on the narrow navigation channel Kavada, which separates the islands of Cres and osinj with a swing bridge. From antiquity to the 15th century, Osor, due to its location, was the capital city of Cres and Losinj. For culturally interested people, Osor has a lot to offer in terms of historical sights and buildings.

Please note that this is just a possible trip suggestion. The Croatian coast, with its countless small islands and bays, offers a a lot of bathing stops and sailing opportunities. Please adapt your individual route to the given wind and weather conditions.

Route 2 (one week)

Base: Veruda/Pula

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Karte Route 2 (1 Woche)

route 2 (1 week)

Day Destination From Destination To
1 Saturday Veruda Unije or Susak
2 Sunday Unije or Susak Losinj - Mali Losinj
3 Monday Losinj - Mali Losinj Ilovik or Silba
4 Tuesday Ilovik or Silba Cres Osor (opening hours bridge canal!)
5 Wednesday Cres Osor Cres Cres
6 Thursday Cres Cres Medulin or Pomer
7 Friday Medulin or Pomer Veruda

Location Descriptions

Veruda

Our base Veruda is located on the southern tip of Istria in one of the most sheltered bays of the Adriatic, right next to the historic town of Pula. The Marina has all the amenities and a large pool that shortens the time to check-in.

If you start your holiday from our base Veruda, you should definitely make a short detour to Pula at the beginning or end of your journey.

Veruda
Veruda

Unije

The small island of Unje is strikingly green and wildly overgrown with sage, rockrose, laurel, lavender, rosemary and thyme. Especially in spring it smells wonderful. The few inhabitants live in the only town, their houses are aligned circularly towards the sea. Trails lead across the entire island and to the two lighthouses.

Losinj - Mali Losinj, Veli Losinj, Baldarka

The island of Losinj belongs, as Cres, to Kvarner Bay. More than 300 sunny days per year have created not only a subtropical paradise with palm trees, oleander and flowering gardens, but also a holiday paradise for sailors and motorboat riders.

  • Mali Losinj: today the largest city and capital of the island, is located in a deep bay. The area surrounding the village is characterized by extensive pine forests that reach to the beaches and coves of crystal clear waters.
  • Veli Losinj: Calmer and tranquil is the fishing village of Veli Losinj, only 5 km away. Around the harbor numerous taverns and street cafes invite you to linger and enjoy your summer vacation.
  • Baldarka: Baldarka Bay, located between Mali Losinj and Veli Losinj, is also very popular.
Losinj

Ilovik

Ilovik is a small, very quiet island south of Losinj, where the chirping of the cicadas and the seagulls make the music. The narrow channel between Ilovik and the cemetery island SV.PETAR is very popular with sailors. The small town around the harbor and the canal with its simple church is full of flowers all the year. Ilovik therefore also has the nickname Flower Island.

Ilovik
Ilovik

Silba

On the small island of Silba there are some bays with sandy soil in the water. The island town of Silba itself is particularly well-known for the hexagonal „love tower“, which was built in the 17 th century by a captain for his sweatheart.

Cres

In any case you should include the idyllic island of Cres in your trip. A circumnavigation of the island of Cres is well feasible, including the islands of Rab in the east and Krk in the northeast. Driving on the west coast of Cres, the island of Lošinj with the neighboring islands Ilovik, Susak and Unije in the south to southwest and the coast of the Istrian peninsula in the northwest is a nice trip with lots of nature, towns and villages, history and clear water

  • Cres: The place Cres is already worth seeing. The town today is made up of the medieval harbor, many Gothic and Renaissance churches, monasteries, ruins of the city fortress and palaces of aristocratic families. The old town of Cres consists of a dense core of colorful houses, built together and interconnected. Numerous churches and monasteries await you in and around Cres. From an insider tip the small Lubenice, perched on a rock 378 m above the sea, developed to one of the most popular destinations in the area of Cres.
  • Osor: The city of Osor is located on the island of Cres right on the narrow navigation channel Kavada, which separates the islands of Cres and Losinj with a swing bridge. From antiquity to the 15th century, Osor, due to its location, was the capital city of Cres and Losinj. For culturally interested people, Osor has a lot to offer in terms of historical sights and buildings.
  • Valun und Martinscica are both very pretty fishing villages.The blue grotto (Plava Grotta) lies on the way between Valun and Martinscica on the bay Zanja.
  • Bijar: Bay Bijar is located just northeast of Osor and is suitable for overnight stays, for a short visit to Osor, or for bridging the waiting period until the Osor Canal is opened.

Medulin

At its southern end, the peninsula of Istria is cut by a seven-kilometer-long bay, in which are again small bays and peninsulas. And here lies Medulin, a lively resort whose mostly sandy seabed only drops off shallowly - ideal for families with children.

Medulin
Medulin

Pomer

Although Pomer is only 8 km from Pula, it seems that the place is at the other end of the world. The gentle, deep bay, framed by pine forest and green meadows, conveys tranquility. Pommer is a small Istrian fishing village with a dominating church in the main square. In summer, there are often cozy music evenings there.

The whole area of Pula is a large site of Roman remains. There is hardly a bay that does not contain the remains of a Roman villa rustica. The settlement Pomer is located in the middle of a "Roman site" and is certainly very old.

Please note that this is just a possible trip suggestion. The Croatian coast, with its countless small islands and bays, offers a a lot of bathing stops and sailing opportunities. Please adapt your individual route to the given wind and weather conditions

Route 3 (one week)

Base: Veruda/Pula

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Karte 3 (1 Woche)

Day Destination From Destination To
1 Saturday Veruda Medulin or Pomer
2 Sunday Medulin or Pomer Cres - Cres
3 Monday Cres - Cres Losinj - Mali Losinj, Veli Losinj or Baldarka (opening hours bridge canal-Osor)
4 Tuesday Losinj - Mali Losinj, Veli Losinj or Baldarka (opening hours bridge canal-Osor) Silba
5 Wednesday Silba Ilovik or Mali Losinj
6 Thursday Ilovik or Mali Losinj Unije
7 Friday Unije Veruda

Location Descriptions

Veruda

Our base Veruda is located on the southern tip of Istria in one of the most sheltered bays of the Adriatic, right next to the historic town of Pula. The Marina has all the amenities and a large pool that shortens the time to check-in.

If you start your holiday from our base Veruda, you should definitely make a short detour to Pula at the beginning or end of your journey.

Veruda
Veruda

Cres

In any case you should include the idyllic island of Cres in your trip. A circumnavigation of the island of Cres is well feasible, including the islands of Rab in the east and Krk in the northeast. Driving on the west coast of Cres, the island of Lošinj with the neighboring islands Ilovik, Susak and Unije in the south to southwest and the coast of the Istrian peninsula in the northwest is a nice trip with lots of nature, towns and villages, history and clear water.

  • Cres: The place Cres is already worth seeing. The town today is made up of the medieval harbor, many Gothic and Renaissance churches, monasteries, ruins of the city fortress and palaces of aristocratic families. The old town of Cres consists of a dense core of colorful houses, built together and interconnected. Numerous churches and monasteries await you in and around Cres. From an insider tip the small Lubenice, perched on a rock 378 m above the sea, developed to one of the most popular destinations in the area of Cres.
  • Osor: The city of Osor is located on the island of Cres right on the narrow navigation channel Kavada, which separates the islands of Cres and Losinj with a swing bridge. From antiquity to the 15th century, Osor, due to its location, was the capital city of Cres and Losinj. For culturally interested people, Osor has a lot to offer in terms of historical sights and buildings.
  • Valun und Martinscica: are both very pretty fishing villages. The blue grotto (Plava Grotta) lies on the way between Valun and Martinscica on the bay Zanja.
  • Bijar: Bay Bijar is located just northeast of Osor and is suitable for overnight stays, for a short visit to Osor, or for bridging the waiting period until the Osor Canal is opened.
Cres
Cres

Losinj - Mali Losinj, Veli Losinj

The island of Losinj is a natural paradise full of flowers and pine trees. The two port towns of Mali and Veli Losinj, which are extremely lively in summer, are characterized by the neoclassical style of the Austrians. Numerous villas testify to this period. The mild climate of Losinj attracts many bathers annually. As a result, the landscape is characterized by numerous hotels and guesthouses, parks with palm trees, agaves, huge oleanders and pines.

Losinj

Silba

On the small island of Silba there are some bays with sandy soil in the water. The island town of Silba itself is particularly well-known for the hexagonal "love tower", which was built in the 17 th century by a captain for his sweatheart.

Silba
Silba

Ilovik

Ilovik is a small, very quiet island south of Losinj, where the chirping of the cicadas and the seagulls make the music. The narrow channel between Ilovik and the emetery island SV.PETAR is very popular with sailors. The small town around the harbor and the canal with its simple church is full of flowers all the year. Ilovik therefore also has the nickname Flower Island.

Ilovik
Ilovik

Unije

The small island of Unje is strikingly green and wildly overgrown with sage, rockrose, laurel, lavender, rosemary and thyme. Especially in spring it smells wonderful. The few inhabitants live in the only town, their houses are aligned circularly towards the sea. Trails lead across the entire island and to the two lighthouses.

Please note that this is just a possible trip suggestion. The Croatian coast, with its countless small islands and bays, offers a a lot of bathing stops and sailing opportunities. Please adapt your individual route to the given wind and weather conditions.

Route 4 (one week)

Base: Veruda/Pula

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Karte Route 4 (1 Woche)

Day From To
1 Saturday Veruda Unije or Susak
2 Sunday Unije or Susak Losinj - Mali Losinj or Veli Losinj (opening hours bridge canal!)
3 Monday Losinj Rab
4 Tuesday Rab Krk Punat
5 Wednesday Krk Punat Opatija
6 Thursday Opatija Cres Cres
7 Friday Cres Cres Veruda

Location Descriptions

Veruda

Our base Veruda is located on the southern tip of Istria in one of the most sheltered bays of the Adriatic, right next to the historic town of Pula. The Marina has all the amenities and a large pool that shortens the time to check-in.

If you start your holiday from our base Veruda, you should definitely make a short detour to Pula at the beginning or end of your journey.

Veruda
Veruda

Unije

The small island of Unje is strikingly green and wildly overgrown with sage, rockrose, laurel, lavender, rosemary and thyme. Especially in spring it smells wonderful. The few inhabitants live in the only town, their houses are aligned circularly towards the sea. Trails lead across the entire island and to the two lighthouses.

Susak

Susak is a small, gently rolling island with only 3.7 km². In Susak time seems to have stood still. The streets are lined with flowering shrubs and well maintained. The island has great sandy coves. It is best to anchor in Porat or to moor in the harbor of Susak

Susak
Susak

Losinj - Mali Losinj, Veli Losinj, Baldarka

The island of Losinj belongs, as Cres, to Kvarner Bay. More than 300 sunny days per year have created not only a subtropical paradise with palm trees, oleander and flowering gardens, but also a holiday paradise for sailors and motorboat riders.

  • Mali Losinj: today the largest city and capital of the island, is located in a deep bay. The area surrounding the village is characterized by extensive pine forests that reach to the beaches and coves of crystal clear waters.
  • Veli Losinj: Calmer and tranquil is the fishing village of Veli Losinj, only 5 km away. Around the harbor numerous taverns and street cafes invite you to linger and enjoy your summer vacation.
  • Baldarka: Baldarka Bay, located between Mali Losinj and Veli Losinj, is also very popular.
Losinj

Rab

The island of Rab is a paradise for sailors with its 30 sandy beaches and many small picturesque bays. Thanks to the crystal clear warm and shallow sea, Rab is an ideal holiday destination for the whole family. The former princely and episcopal city of Rab is a total monument of historical monuments and art monuments. The unique silhouette with its 4 bell towers is a distinctive landmark of Raab. The Marina Rab is located opposite the medieval bustling core of the old town and offers a beautiful view of the city.

Rab
Rab

Krk

The island of Krk is the largest island of Kvarner. Most safe havens and bays are located on the west and south coasts of the island. Between Punat and the southern tip of the island, as well as the southeastern part of the island, there are some secret bays with pebbly beaches and crystal clear waters, mostly for boaters only: Oprna, Zlatna Plaža, Vela Luka and Mala Luka, just to name a few. Nature lovers will find wonderful hiking trails on the island of Krk.

  • Punat: The lively harbor town of Punat is one of the most popular destinations for boat owners, sailors and, more recently, wakeboarders. The large marina and the marina of Punat with the numerous boats make it clear that although the water plays the main role, the town itself can also come up with all sorts of attractions. If you are looking for the old Punat, you will find it above the lively promenade with its cafes, shops and restaurants, a tangle of narrow streets, where is a lot to discover.
  • Malinska: In the bay of the same name is the nice harbor Malinska. Around the harbor there are good restaurants and cafes as well as a supermarket for the supply.
Krk

Opatija

Opatija was the former summer residence of the Viennese court and has lost nothing of the splendor of bygone times with its splendid buildings. Even today, the renowned seaside resort, thanks to its mild climate, is one of the most important air and spa resorts. A little nostalgic but sophisticated and with a little thrill when playing in the casino, Opatija is perfect for enjoyment and entertainment at the highest level. Relaxation and recreation can be found here in the nice cafes or on a walk on the special 12 km long promenade, the famous Lungomare, along the sea.

Opatija
Opatija

Cres

In any case you should include the idyllic island of Cres in your trip. A circumnavigation of the island of Cres is well feasible, including the islands of Rab in the east and Krk in the northeast. Driving on the west coast of Cres, the island of Lošinj with the neighboring islands Ilovik, Susak and Unije in the south to southwest and the coast of the Istrian peninsula in the northwest is a nice trip with lots of nature, towns and villages, history and clear water

  • Cres: The place Cres is already worth seeing. The town today is made up of the medieval harbor, many Gothic and Renaissance churches, monasteries, ruins of the city fortress and palaces of aristocratic families. The old town of Cres consists of a dense core of colorful houses, built together and interconnected. Numerous churches and monasteries await you in and around Cres. From an insider tip the small Lubenice, perched on a rock 378 m above the sea, developed to one of the most popular destinations in the area of Cres.
  • Osor: The city of Osor is located on the island of Cres right on the narrow navigation channel Kavada, which separates the islands of Cres and Losinj with a swing bridge. From antiquity to the 15th century, Osor, due to its location, was the capital city of Cres and Losinj. For culturally interested people, Osor has a lot to offer in terms of historical sights and buildings.
  • Valun und Martinscica are both very pretty fishing villages.The blue grotto (Plava Grotta) lies on the way between Valun and Martinscica on the bay Zanja.
  • Bijar: Bay Bijar is located just northeast of Osor and is suitable for overnight stays, for a short visit to Osor, or for bridging the waiting period until the Osor Canal is opened.
Cres
Cres

Please note that this is just a possible trip suggestion. The Croatian coast, with its countless small islands and bays, offers a a lot of bathing stops and sailing opportunities. Please adapt your individual route to the given wind and weather conditions.

Route 5 (one week)

Base: Veruda/Pula

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Karte Route 5 (1 Woche)

Day From To
1 Saturday Veruda City tour of Pula
2 Sunday Veruda Rovinj
3 Monday Rovinj Novigrad
4 Tuesday Novigrad Porec
5 Wednesday Porec National Park Brijuni
6 Thursday National Park Brijuni Medulin or Pomer
7 Friday Medulin or Pomer Veruda

Location Descriptions

Veruda

Our base Veruda is located on the southern tip of Istria in one of the most sheltered bays of the Adriatic, right next to the historic town of Pula. The Marina has all the amenities and a large pool that shortens the time to check-in.

If you start your holiday from our base Veruda, you should definitely make a short detour to Pula at the beginning or end of your journey.

Veruda
Veruda

Rovinj

Rovinj, with its unmistakable cityscape and towering bell tower, is probably the loveliest town in Istria. The colorful houses of the fishing harbour growing in steep alleys and accommodate numerous restaurants, sunny ice cream parlors and well-attended cafes. Historically, Rovinj has a lot of culture to offer. Golden Cape Zlatni RT, the largest botanical garden in Istria, and the many beaches and coves around Rovinj should definitely be included in your trip plan.

Novigrad

Novigrad is located on a small island that was connected to the mainland in the 18th century. Thanks to its sheltered harbor, Novigrad soon became a colony of Greek sailors. Later, the Romans built their fortified town of Civitas Novum here, and from the 6th to the 19th century, Novigrad was an influential episcopal synod. The medieval road network, the old fortress walls and the towers, which once served to defend the town, have been well preserved to this day and make the place a tourist magnet. The modern village offers cosy cafes, restaurants and boutiques, a modern marina, beautiful long gently walks and sloping rocky and pebble beaches.

Novigrad

Porec

The Riviera Porec - Vrsar presents itself with pine-lined headlands and blue-green lagoons, with offshore islets and bizarrely rugged cliffs. Porec is a friendly town surrounded by vineyards and olive groves. Every night, the extremely interesting old town of Porec is filled with life. All the many historic buildings and churches offer an impressive picture with nocturnal lighting.

Porec
Porec

National park Brijuni

The lush green, consisting of 14 shallow islands and islets, opposite Pula / Veruda archipelago Brijuni has a unique Mediterranean and exotic flora and fauna. From 1947, the Yugoslavian state and party leader Tito had his preferred summer residence on the island. After Tito‘s death in 1980, the islands were declared a national park and since 1985 the island has been open to the public. You can only dock in the port on the main island Veli Brijunj with private boats. There are strict rules for boat tourists. Anchor and passage bans should be strictly observed. The relatively small Brijuni National Park has a number of sights and attractions to offer. In the exotic safari park on Veli Brijuni in the north of the island you can see Nile antelope, llamas, zebras, elephants and many other species. In the Salin bird sanctuary behind the Gromace promontory in the south of the island of Veli Brijuni, swamp plants and three ponds offer native birds and migratory birds an important habitat for resting and nesting. There are remains from all eras in the National Park - starting with the dinosaurs that left their mark on several parts of the island. The ruins in the Val Catena Bay / Uvala Verige date backe to Roman times. In the center of the island is a Venetian castle with a fortified tower and the St. Germanus church. You should plan enough time for this and the many other historical sights.

Medulin

At its southern end, the peninsula of Istria is cut by a seven-kilometer-long bay, in which are again small bays and peninsulas. And here lies Medulin, a lively resort whose mostly sandy seabed only drops off shallowly - ideal for families with children.

Medulin
Medulin

Pomer

Although Pomer is only 8 km from Pula, it seems that the place is at the other end of the world. The gentle, deep bay, framed by pine forest and green meadows, conveys tranquility. Pommer is a small Istrian fishing village with a dominating church in the main square. In summer, there are often cozy music evenings there.

The whole area of Pula is a large site of Roman remains. There is hardly a bay that does not contain the remains of a Roman villa rustica. The settlement Pomer is located in the middle of a „Roman site“ and is certainly very old.

Please note that this is just a possible trip suggestion. The Croatian coast, with its countless small islands and bays, offers a a lot of bathing stops and sailing opportunities. Please adapt your individual route to the given wind and weather conditions.

Route 6 (two weeks)

Base: Veruda/Pula

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Karte Route 6 (2 Wochen)

Day From To
1 Saturday Veruda City tour of Pula
2 Sunday Veruda Unije
3 Monday Unije Ilovik
4 Tuesday Ilovik Ist
5 Wednesday Ist Dugi Otok Pantera (via Veli Rat Wrack)
6 Thursday Dugi Otok Pantera Dugi Otok Sakarun
7 Friday Dugi Otok Sakarun Silba
8 Saturday Silba Rab
9 Sunday Rab Losinj Veli Losinj or Baldarka
10 Monday Losinj Susak
11 Tuesday Susak Losinj Mali Losinj
12 Wednesday Losinj Mali Losinj Cres Osor
13 Thursday Cres Osor Cres Cres
14 Friday Cres Cres Veruda

Location Descriptions

Veruda

Our base Veruda is located on the southern tip of Istria in one of the most sheltered bays of the Adriatic, right next to the historic town of Pula. The Marina has all the amenities and a large pool that shortens the time to check-in.

If you start your holiday from our base Veruda, you should definitely make a short detour to Pula at the beginning or end of your journey.

Veruda
Veruda

Unije

The small island of Unije is strikingly green and wildly overgrown with sage, rockrose, laurel, lavender, rosemary and thyme. Especially in spring it smells wonderful. The few inhabitants live in the only town, their houses are aligned circularly towards the sea. Trails lead across the entire island and to the two lighthouses.

Ilovik

Ilovik is a small, very quiet island south of Losinj, where the chirping of the cicadas and the seagulls make the music. The narrow channel between Ilovik and the emetery island SV.PETAR is very popular with sailors. The small town around the harbor and the canal with its simple church is full of flowers all the year. Ilovik therefore also has the nickname Flower Island.

Ilovik
Ilovik

Ist

The small village on the island of the same name impresses with its cozy restaurants on the harbor promenade. On the many walking paths that run through the island, after a lazy day at the water you can strech your legs. A little more strenuous, but rewarded with a magnificent view is the steep path to the chapel on the mountain.

Dugi Otok Veli Rat, Pantera

From far away you can see the oldest lighthouse of Croatia at the northern tip of Dugi Otok. The mast of a sunken Italian freighter raises out of the water. In calm seas, you can anchor and go snorkelling at the shipwreck. The bay Pantera lies on the inside on the way to the Marina Veli Rat and has buoys. From there, a 10 minute walk will take you to the lighthouse and the bay in front of it. The bay at the lighthouse is very beautiful with gorgeous big white stones and great waves for bodyboard surfing.

Dugi Otok, Veli Rat, Pantera
Dugi Otok, Veli Rat, Pantera

Dugi Otok Sakarun

On the outside of Dugi Otok is the paradisiacal bay Sakarun. The large sandy bay has beautiful turquoise waters and a long, shallow sandy beach. There are two bars on the shore. A tourist train goes from here to Bozova during the day.

Dugi Otok, Sakarun
Dugi Otok, Sakarun

Silba

On the small island of Silba there are some bays with sandy soil in the water. The island town of Silba itself is particularly well-known for the hexagonal "love tower", which was built in the 17 th century by a captain for his sweatheart.

Silba
Silba

Rab

The island of Rab is a paradise for sailors with its 30 sandy beaches and many small picturesque bays. Thanks to the crystal clear warm and shallow sea, Rab is an ideal holiday destination for the whole family. The former princely and episcopal city of Rab is a total monument of historical monuments and art monuments. The unique silhouette with its 4 bell towers is a distinctive landmark of Raab. The Marina Rab is located opposite the medieval bustling core of the old town and offers a beautiful view of the city.

Rab
Rab

Losinj - Mali Losinj, Veli Losinj, Baldarka

The island of Losinj belongs, as Cres, to Kvarner Bay. More than 300 sunny days per year have created not only a subtropical paradise with palm trees, oleander and flowering gardens, but also a holiday paradise for sailors and motorboat riders.

  • Mali Losinj: today the largest city and capital of the island, is located in a deep bay. The area surrounding the village is characterized by extensive pine forests that reach to the beaches and coves of crystal clear waters.
  • Veli Losinj: Calmer and tranquil is the fishing village of Veli Losinj, only 5 km away. Around the harbor numerous taverns and street cafes invite you to linger and enjoy your summer vacation.
  • Baldarka: Baldarka Bay, located between Mali Losinj and Veli Losinj, is also very popular.
Losinj

Cres

In any case you should include the idyllic island of Cres in your trip. A circumnavigation of the island of Cres is well feasible, including the islands of Rab in the east and Krk in the northeast. Driving on the west coast of Cres, the island of Lošinj with the neighboring islands Ilovik, Susak and Unije in the south to southwest and the coast of the Istrian peninsula in the northwest is a nice trip with lots of nature, towns and villages, history and clear water

  • Cres: The place Cres is already worth seeing. The town today is made up of the medieval harbor, many Gothic and Renaissance churches, monasteries, ruins of the city fortress and palaces of aristocratic families. The old town of Cres consists of a dense core of colorful houses, built together and interconnected. Numerous churches and monasteries await you in and around Cres. From an insider tip the small Lubenice, perched on a rock 378 m above the sea, developed to one of the most popular destinations in the area of Cres.
  • Osor: The city of Osor is located on the island of Cres right on the narrow navigation channel Kavada, which separates the islands of Cres and Losinj with a swing bridge. From antiquity to the 15th century, Osor, due to its location, was the capital city of Cres and Losinj. For culturally interested people, Osor has a lot to offer in terms of historical sights and buildings.
  • Valun und Martinscica are both very pretty fishing villages.The blue grotto (Plava Grotta) lies on the way between Valun and Martinscica on the bay Zanja.
  • Bijar: Bay Bijar is located just northeast of Osor and is suitable for overnight stays, for a short visit to Osor, or for bridging the waiting period until the Osor Canal is opened.
Cres
Cres

Please note that this is just a possible trip suggestion. The Croatian coast, with its countless small islands and bays, offers a a lot of bathing stops and sailing opportunities. Please adapt your individual route to the given wind and weather conditions.

Central Dalmatia

Route 1 (one week)

Base: Biograd/Jezera/Sibenik

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Karte Route 1 (1 Woche)
Day From To
1 Saturday Biograd/Murter/Pirovac Vrgada or Murter, Vucigrade, Kosirinia
2 Sunday Vrgada, Murter Vodice
3 Monday Vodice Skradin
4 Tuesday Skradin Žirje Vela Stupica
5 Wednesday Žirje Vela Stupica Kornat/Vrulje
6 Thursday Kornat/Vrulje National park Telašcica bay or Sali
7 Friday National park Telašcica Via various bathing bays on Pasman back to Biograd, Murter or Pirovac

Location Descriptions

Biograd

Biograd the "white city" or royal city is a modern city. For a long time, it has been the residence of medieval Croatian dynasties, whose splendor is still visible in the old town. During the day, life mainly takes place on the beaches and the harbor promenade, in the evening the bustle shifts to the promenade of the old town. Numerous shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and ice cream parlors await the tourists. Biograd is a popular port of departure in the heart of Dalmatia. The Pasman Canal and the islands of Pasman and Uglijan, as well as the beautiful world of the Kornati Islands are right on the doorstep.

Murter Jezera, Murter and the bays

Murter is also called the gateway to the Kornati, but the peninsula itself has also a lot to offer. The starting port Jezera is a lovely little place with a nice beach, shops, restaurants and bars. The main town of Murter, is a lot bigger and busier. Especially the nightlife of Murter has a lot to offer.

The bays Vucigrada and Kosirinia are located south and are ideal for bathing with their turquoise crystal clear water. In the beautiful, but also very busy bay Vucigrada, the popular restaurant Cigrada invites you to an excellent lunch or dinner.

Pirovac

The nice little town Pirovac is surrounded by picturesque beaches and offers a good infrastructure. In the village there are numerous attractions, such as the ruins of the old city walls, a former Franciscan monastery and various sacral buildings.

Vrgada

Vrgada on the small island in front of Murter is a nice island town with the possibility of landing and some restaurants. In front of the red sandy beach there is a buoy field.

Vodice

The historic center of Vodice is located on a small island connected with the mainland by a stone bridge. The former fishing village has retained its original beauty and its homely charm with its narrow streets and densely lined up stone houses. The modern marina is located east of the old town.

Vodice
Vodice

Skradin

The journey through the canal is beautiful. Skradin is a sleepy town, a picturesque place against the backdrop of white rocks and green shore. Skradin nestles on the reeds,has a small marina and numerous anchorages. Only a few kilometers inland there are the grandiose waterfalls of the Krka National Park.

Zirje, Vela Stupica

Zirje is a very quiet island, ideal for those seeking peace.The most beautiful bathing areas can be found in the Vela and Mala Stupica bay. Immediately behind the bays rise hills where ruins of Byzantine fortresses from the 6th century can be visited.

KORNAT Vrulje, ACI Marina Piscera, Lavsa
SMOKVICA small island on the southern tip of Kornat

The long island of Kornat is the namesake of the entire Kornati National Park archipelago. Like a necklace of white pearls, the islands of the Kornati shine from the clear blue of the Adriatic. Hundreds of small islands and reefs, a largely uninhabited little gray and white hilly landscape with sparse greenery, covered with olive and fig trees or vineyards - the labyrinthine archipelago of Kornati National Park. For skippers, the archipelago is something very special. Due to its importance as an area of almost untouched nature with an almost intact ecosystem, The National Park is subject to strict conditions. This also applies to anchoring, which is only allowed in certain bays. The visit to the national park is not free, you pay per person per day admission to the National Park. The island Kornat is with a size of 32 km² the largest island of the Kornati archipelago. On there are also the places / coves Vrulje, Piscera and Lavsa.
Insider tip: The Kornati Mountains are the most beautiful places to enjoy a beautiful sunset!

Kornat
Kornat

National park Telascica

The Telascica Nature Park is located in the south of the island of Dugi otok and extends over a length of 10 km. The northeastern shore of Telascica Bay is mostly bare, while in the southwest pine, olive and fig trees grow. The Telascica is one of the largest and most beautiful bays on the Croatian coast. Very impressive are the steep rock cliffs, which rise up to 166 m height and protect the bay to the sea side.

Dugi Otok Sali

Sali on the east coast of Dugi Otok is an idyllic island town with many restaurants and a particularly nice music bar for the nightlife. The name Sali comes from the salt mines, from which the precious sea salt was obtained. Sali has an interesting cemetery where the dead are not buried in the earth but in rock caves. The craters that have been blown up into the rock are closed with large stone slabs.

Please note that this is just a possible trip suggestion. The Croatian coast, with its countless small islands and bays, offers a a lot of bathing stops and sailing opportunities. Please adapt your individual route to the given wind and weather conditions.

Route 2 (one week)

Base: Biograd/Jezera/Sibenik

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Karte Route 2 (1 Woche)

Day From To
1 Saturday Biograd/Murter/Pirovac/Sibenik Vodice or Zlarin or Tijat Tijascica
2 Sunday Vodice or Zlarin or Tijat Tijascica Skradin
3 Monday Skradin Kaprije or Kakan
4 Tuesday Kaprije or Kakan Smokvica Ulojena or Kornat Piškera or Lavsa
5 Wednesday Smokvica or Kornat Zut Marina Zut
6 Thursday Zut Marina Zut Vrgada or Murter or Vucigrade or Kosirina
7 Friday Vrgada or Murter Via various bathing bays back to Vrgada and back to the base

Location Descriptions

Biograd

Biograd the "white city" or royal city is a modern city. For a long time, it has been the residence of medieval Croatian dynasties, whose splendor is still visible in the old town. During the day, life mainly takes place on the beaches and the harbor promenade, in the evening the bustle shifts to the promenade of the old town. Numerous shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and ice cream parlors await the tourists. Biograd is a popular port of departure in the heart of Dalmatia. The Pasman Canal and the islands of Pasman and Uglijan, as well as the beautiful world of the Kornati Islands are right on the doorstep.

Pirovac

The nice little town Pirovac is surrounded by picturesque beaches and offers a good infrastructure. In the village there are numerous attractions, such as the ruins of the old city walls, a former Franciscan monastery and various sacral buildings.

Murter Jezera, Murter and the bays

Murter is also called the gateway to the Kornati, but the peninsula itself has also a lot to offer. The starting port Jezera is a lovely little place with a nice beach, shops, restaurants and bars. The main town of Murter, is a lot bigger and busier. Especially the nightlife of Murter has a lot to offer.

The bays Vucigrada and Kosirinia are located south and are ideal for bathing with their turquoise crystal clear water. In the beautiful, but also very busy bay Vucigrada, the popular restaurant Cigrada invites you to an excellent lunch or dinner.

Sibenik

Sibenik is one of the larger port towns of Croatia. A narrow channel, the mouth of the river Krka, which pulls up to Skradin and the famous waterfalls, separates Sibenik from the open sea. In the old town, numerous well-preserved stone works of art from the Middle Ages have been preserved. On the harbor promenade below the famous cathedral cafes, restaurants and bars line up.

Sibenik
Sibenik

Vodice

The historic center of Vodice is located on a small island connected with the mainland by a stone bridge. The former fishing village has retained its original beauty and its homely charm with its narrow streets and densely lined up stone houses. The modern marina is located east of the old town.

Vodice
Vodice

Zlarin

Because of its scenic beauty Zlarin is also called "The Golden Island". Zlarin is known for its coral and sponge divers. Zlarin is a subtropical paradise with palm trees and fig trees. Naturestonehouses line the promenade from the only town of the island. Among them proud residences from the 17th and 18th century can be visited.

Skradin

The journey through the canal is beautiful. Skradin is a sleepy town, a picturesque place against the backdrop of white rocks and green shore. Skradin nestles on the reeds,has a small marina and numerous anchorages. Only a few kilometers inland there are the grandiose waterfalls of the Krka National Park.

Kaprije, Kakan

The island of Kaprije, located in the middle of the archipelago in front of Sibenik, has a particularly rich coast, where several beaches invite you to swim. In the bay V Nozdra on the southeastern cape there is a good place to stay. From there it is only a 15-minute walk to the small port town of Kaprije. The neighboring island of Kakan is uninhabited and has many beautiful bays too.

Kaprije, Kakan
Kaprije, Kakan

KORNAT Vrulje, ACI marina Piscera, Lavsa
SMOKVICA small island at the southern tip of Kornat

The long island of Kornat is the namesake of the entire Kornati National Park archipelago. Like a necklace of white pearls, the islands of the Kornati shine from the clear blue of the Adriatic. Hundreds of small islands and reefs, a largely uninhabited little gray and white hilly landscape with sparse greenery, covered with olive and fig trees or vineyards - the labyrinthine archipelago of Kornati National Park. For skippers, the archipelago is something very special. Due to its importance as an area of almost untouched nature with an almost intact ecosystem, The National Park is subject to strict conditions. This also applies to anchoring, which is only allowed in certain bays. The visit to the national park is not free, you pay per person per day admission to the National Park. The island Kornat is with a size of 32 km² the largest island of the Kornati archipelago. On there are also the places / coves Vrulje, Piscera and Lavsa. Insider tip: The Kornati Mountains are the most beautiful places to enjoy a beautiful sunset!

Kornat Vrulje

Zut

Zut with it 12 km² is the second largest island of the Kornati National Park, consisting of bare kalkfels or bare herbaceous flora. Like the island of Kornat, Zut is inhabited only in summer, because there are no sources of water on the island, Zut is owned by the farmers of Murter who have their olive plantations and orchards there. The ACI Marina Zut is very popular with sailors because of its lovely surroundings.

Vrgada

Vrgada on the small island in front of Murter is a nice island town with the possibility of landing and some restaurants. In front of the red sandy beach there is a buoy field.

Murter Jezera, Murter and the bays

Murter is also called the gateway to the Kornati, but the peninsula itself has also a lot to offer. The starting port Jezera is a lovely little place with a nice beach, shops, restaurants and bars. The main town of Murter, is a lot bigger and busier. Especially the nightlife of Murter has a lot to offer.

The bays Vucigrada and Kosirinia are located south and are ideal for bathing with their turquoise crystal clear water. In the beautiful, but also very busy bay Vucigrada, the popular restaurant Cigrada invites you to an excellent lunch or dinner.

Murter Vucigrade
Murter Kosirinia

Please note that this is just a possible trip suggestion. The Croatian coast, with its countless small islands and bays, offers a a lot of bathing stops and sailing opportunities. Please adapt your individual route to the given wind and weather conditions.

Route 3 (one week)

Base: Sibenik (Biograd/Jezera)

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Karte Route 3 (1 Woche)

Day From To
1 Saturday Biograd/Murter Jezera/Pirovac/Sibenik Vodice (possible bathing stops: Zlarin or Tijat Tijascica)
2 Sunday Vodice Skradin
3 Monday Skradin Zlarin or Tijat Tijascica
4 Tuesday Zlarin or Tijat Tijascica Kaprije or Kakan
5 Wednesday Kaprije or Kakan Zirje Vela Stupica
6 Thursday Zirje Vela Stupica Murter Vucigrade, Murter or Vrgada
7 Friday Murter Vucigrade, Murter or Vrgada Biograd/Murter Jezera/Pirovac/Sibenik

Location Descriptions

Biograd

Biograd the "white city" or royal city is a modern city. For a long time, it has been the residence of medieval Croatian dynasties, whose splendor is still visible in the old town. During the day, life mainly takes place on the beaches and the harbor promenade, in the evening the bustle shifts to the promenade of the old town. Numerous shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and ice cream parlors await the tourists. Biograd is a popular port of departure in the heart of Dalmatia. The Pasman Canal and the islands of Pasman and Uglijan, as well as the beautiful world of the Kornati Islands are right on the doorstep.

Murter Jezera, Murter and the bays

Murter is also called the gateway to the Kornati, but the peninsula itself has also a lot to offer. The starting port Jezera is a lovely little place with a nice beach, shops, restaurants and bars. The main town of Murter, is a lot bigger and busier. Especially the nightlife of Murter has a lot to offer.

The bays Vucigrada and Kosirinia are located south and are ideal for bathing with their turquoise crystal clear water. In the beautiful, but also very busy bay Vucigrada, the popular restaurant Cigrada invites you to an excellent lunch or dinner.

Pirovac

The nice little town Pirovac is surrounded by picturesque beaches and offers a good infrastructure. In the village there are numerous attractions, such as the ruins of the old city walls, a former Franciscan monastery and various sacral buildings.

Sibenik

Sibenik is one of the larger port towns of Croatia. A narrow channel, the mouth of the river Krka, which pulls up to Skradin and the famous waterfalls, separates Sibenik from the open sea. In the old town, numerous well-preserved stone works of art from the Middle Ages have been preserved. On the harbor promenade below the famous cathedral cafes, restaurants and bars line up.

Sibenik
Sibenik

Vodice

The historic center of Vodice is located on a small island connected with the mainland by a stone bridge. The former fishing village has retained its original beauty and its homely charm with its narrow streets and densely lined up stone houses. The modern marina is located east of the old town.

Skradin

The journey through the canal is beautiful. Skradin is a sleepy town, a picturesque place against the backdrop of white rocks and green shore. Skradin nestles on the reeds,has a small marina and numerous anchorages. Only a few kilometers inland there are the grandiose waterfalls of the Krka National Park.

Zlarin

Because of its scenic beauty Zlarin is also called "The Golden Island". Zlarin is known for its coral and sponge divers. Zlarin is a subtropical paradise with palm trees and fig trees. Naturestonehouses line the promenade from the only town of the island. Among them proud residences from the 17th and 18th century can be visited.

Kaprije, Kakan

The island of Kaprije, located in the middle of the archipelago in front of Sibenik, has a particularly rich coast, where several beaches invite you to swim. In the bay V Nozdra on the southeastern cape there is a good place to stay. From there it is only a 15-minute walk to the small port town of Kaprije. The neighboring island of Kakan is uninhabited and has many beautiful bays too.

Kaprije, Kakan
Kaprije, Kakan

Zirje Vela Stupica

Zirje is a very quiet island, ideal for those seeking peace.The most beautiful bathing areas can be found in the Vela and Mala Stupica bay. Immediately behind the bays rise hills where ruins of Byzantine fortresses from the 6th century can be visited.

Murter Jezera, Murter and the bays

Murter is also called the gateway to the Kornati, but the peninsula itself has also a lot to offer. The starting port Jezera is a lovely little place with a nice beach, shops, restaurants and bars. The main town of Murter, is a lot bigger and busier. Especially the nightlife of Murter has a lot to offer.

The bays Vucigrada and Kosirinia are located south and are ideal for bathing with their turquoise crystal clear water. In the beautiful, but also very busy bay Vucigrada, the popular restaurant Cigrada invites you to an excellent lunch or dinner.

Murter Vucigrade
Murter Kosirinia

Please note that this is just a possible trip suggestion. The Croatian coast, with its countless small islands and bays, offers a a lot of bathing stops and sailing opportunities. Please adapt your individual route to the given wind and weather conditions.

Route 4 (one week)

Base: Sibenik (Biograd/Jezera)

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Karte Route 4 (1 Woche)
Day From To
1 Saturday Sibenik Primosten
2 Sunday Primosten Trogir
3 Monday Trogir Brac Milna or Bobovisca
4 Tuesday Brac Milna Hvar Hvar
5 Wednesday Hvar Hvar Rogoznica
6 Thursday Rogoznica Vodice
7 Friday Vodice Sibenik, Murter, Pirovac, Biograd

Location Descriptions

Sibenik

Sibenik is one of the larger port towns of Croatia. A narrow channel, the mouth of the river Krka, which pulls up to Skradin and the famous waterfalls, separates Sibenik from the open sea. In the old town, numerous well-preserved stone works of art from the Middle Ages have been preserved. On the harbor promenade below the famous cathedral cafes, restaurants and bars line up.

Sibenik
Sibenik

Biograd

Biograd the "white city" or royal city is a modern city. For a long time, it has been the residence of medieval Croatian dynasties, whose splendor is still visible in the old town. During the day, life mainly takes place on the beaches and the harbor promenade, in the evening the bustle shifts to the promenade of the old town. Numerous shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and ice cream parlors await the tourists. Biograd is a popular port of departure in the heart of Dalmatia. The Pasman Canal and the islands of Pasman and Uglijan, as well as the beautiful world of the Kornati Islands are right on the doorstep.

Pirovac

The nice little town Pirovac is surrounded by picturesque beaches and offers a good infrastructure. In the village there are numerous attractions, such as the ruins of the old city walls, a former Franciscan monastery and various sacral buildings.

Murter Jezera, Murter and the bays

Murter is also called the gateway to the Kornati, but the peninsula itself has also a lot to offer. The starting port Jezera is a lovely little place with a nice beach, shops, restaurants and bars. The main town of Murter, is a lot bigger and busier. Especially the nightlife of Murter has a lot to offer.

The bays Vucigrada and Kosirinia are located south and are ideal for bathing with their turquoise crystal clear water. In the beautiful, but also very busy bay Vucigrada, the popular restaurant Cigrada invites you to an excellent lunch or dinner.

Primosten

Primosten is a picturesque island town with world famous vineyards on the opposite mainland. The settlement was founded in the early 16th century by residents of the nearby coastal region, who were searching for protection protection from the Turks and fortified the rocky island with walls and towers. Today, the former fishing village is connected to the mainland by a causeway. Beautiful historic fishermen's houses and parts of the city walls have survived and give Primosten its special flair.

Primosten

Trogir

Trogir, as a port of departure, offers a variety of attractions. The historic old town with its countless Gothic cathedrals, Venetian palaces and Baroque churches is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Narrow romantic lanes lead you to the historic buildings and squares.

Trogir
Trogir

Brac

  • Milna: ACI Marina. Pretty old island village. Great for strolling and eating. In the village you have all supply options. Especially worth seeing is the church.
  • Bobovisca: Nice place with mooring, electricity and water. Nice cafe and restaurant right on the jetty. Several beautiful bathing possibilities on both pages of the place on large stone slabs.
Brac
Brac

Hvar

  • Hvar: Hvar, on the island of the same name, was one of the most important nautical cities in history due to its strategic location since antiquity. Almost at each corner you will find historic buildings that reflect the spirit of different historical epochs. Already from the elegant, palm-fringed harbor promenade, the fairytale city offers sights and culture at its best. Hvar has become one of the best addresses on the Dalmatian coast, is not for nothing known as the “St. Tropez of Croatia”. Hvar is dominated by the large fortress, with a breathtaking view over the old town and the Paklini islands.
Hvar
Hvar

Rogoznica

Rogoznica is one of the less-known twin sister of Primosten. Rogoznica is similarly built and also connected to the mainland by a causeway. Rogoznica is a small tranquil fishing village. In a sheltered location, the place, surrounded by pine forests, offers a lovely appearance with a nice promenade.

Rogoznica
Rogoznica

Vodice

The historic center of Vodice is located on a small island connected with the mainland by a stone bridge. The former fishing village has retained its original beauty and its homely charm with its narrow streets and densely lined up stone houses. The modern marina is located east of the old town.

Vodice
Vodice

Please note that this is just a possible trip suggestion. The Croatian coast, with its countless small islands and bays, offers a a lot of bathing stops and sailing opportunities. Please adapt your individual route to the given wind and weather conditions.

Route 5 (one week)

Base: Zadar

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Karte Route 5 (1 Woche)
Day From To
1 Saturday Zadar Sightseeing or Ugljan Sutomiscica
2 Sunday Zadar or Ugljan Sutomiscica Molat Brgulje
3 Monday Molat Dugi otok Veli Rat Pantera
4 Tuesday Dugi otok Veli Rat Pantera Ist
5 Wednesday Ist Silba Silba
6 Thursday Silba Olib
7 Friday Olib Zadar

Location Descriptions

Zadar

Zadar in the heart of Dalmatia is one of the most popular Croatian holiday destinations and one of the most beautiful port cities in Croatia. With its historic flair the 3000-year-old city combines modernity and history perfectly. Remnants of antiquity, historic villas and churches, attractive squares with restaurants, cafes and lively bars with nightlife make Zadar a vibrant city.

Zadar
Zadar

Sukosan

About 9 km southeast of Zadar lies the Marina Sukosan, with 1400 berths one of the largest marinas on the Adriatic. The picturesque little town is very popular because of its proximity to Zadar and its beautiful pebble beaches.

Sukosan
Sukosan

Ugljan Sutomiscica, Kukljica

Ugljan is also called the green island. Slightly hilly, it stretches two nautical miles west of Zadar. With its many bays and the small Marina Kukljica Ugljan is a good stopover on every trip.

Ugljan

Molat

On the island of Molat there are three small towns: Molat, Brgulje and Zapuntel. A nice place for over night for sailors is the buoys field in front of the village of Brgulje. Molat is a rocky patch for peace seekers.

Dugi Otok Veli Rat, Pantera

From far away you can see the oldest lighthouse of Croatia at the northern tip of Dugi Otok. The mast of a sunken Italian freighter raises out of the water. In calm seas, you can anchor and go snorkelling at the shipwreck. The bay Pantera lies on the inside on the way to the Marina Veli Rat and has buoys. From there, a 10 minute walk will take you to the lighthouse and the bay in front of it. The bay at the lighthouse is very beautiful with gorgeous big white stones and great waves for bodyboard surfing.

Dugi Otok, Veli Rat, Pantera
Dugi Otok, Veli Rat, Pantera

Ist

The small village on the island of the same name impresses with its cozy restaurants on the harbor promenade. On the many walking paths that run through the island, after a lazy day at the water you can strech your legs. A little more strenuous, but rewarded with a magnificent view is the steep path to the chapel on the mountain.

Ist
Ist

Silba

On the small island of Silba there are some bays with sandy soil in the water. The island town of Silba itself is particularly well-known for the hexagonal "love tower", which was built in the 17 th century by a captain for his sweatheart.

Silba
Silba

Olib

There is only one place on the island, which also bears the name Olib. The place is located on the western side of the island overlooking the island of Silba. On the western side of the island is the largest bay called Olib. The bay Slatinica, with the most beautiful sandy beach of the island, lies on the eastern side. The bay of Sv. Nikola with the church of the same name is well protected from Bora and is therefore suitable for sailors and boaters.

Zadar

Zadar in the heart of Dalmatia is one of the most popular Croatian holiday destinations and one of the most beautiful port cities in Croatia. With its historic flair the 3000-year-old city combines modernity and history perfectly. Remnants of antiquity, historic villas and churches, attractive squares with restaurants, cafes and lively bars with nightlife make Zadar a vibrant city.

Zadar
Zadar

Please note that this is just a possible trip suggestion. The Croatian coast, with its countless small islands and bays, offers a a lot of bathing stops and sailing opportunities. Please adapt your individual route to the given wind and weather conditions.

Route 6 (one week)

Base: Zadar

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Karte Route 6 (1 Woche)
Day From To
1 Saturday Zadar Sightseeing or Ugljan Sutomiscica
2 Sunday Zadar or Ugljan Sutomiscica Dugi Otok Bozova
3 Monday Dugi Otok Bozova Premuda
4 Tuesday Premuda Ilovik
5 Wednesday Ilovik Mali Losinj
6 Thursday Mali Losinj Silba
7 Friday Silba Zadar

Location Descriptions

Zadar

Zadar in the heart of Dalmatia is one of the most popular Croatian holiday destinations and one of the most beautiful port cities in Croatia. With its historic flair the 3000-year-old city combines modernity and history perfectly. Remnants of antiquity, historic villas and churches, attractive squares with restaurants, cafes and lively bars with nightlife make Zadar a vibrant city.

Zadar
Zadar

Sukosan

About 9 km southeast of Zadar lies the Marina Sukosan, with 1400 berths one of the largest marinas on the Adriatic. The picturesque little town is very popular because of its proximity to Zadar and its beautiful pebble beaches.

Sukosan
Sukosan

Ugljan Sutomiscica, Kukljica

Ugljan is also called the green island. Slightly hilly, it stretches two nautical miles west of Zadar. With its many bays and the small Marina Kukljica Ugljan is a good stopover on every trip.

Ugljan

Dugi Otok Bozova

Bozova is a nice little place in a sheltered harbor bay. From the large hotel there you have a magnificent view of the bay.

Premuda

Premuda

Ilovik

Ilovik is a small, very quiet island south of Losinj, where the chirping of the cicadas and the seagulls make the music. The narrow channel between Ilovik and the cemetery island SV.PETAR is very popular with sailors. The small town around the harbor and the canal with its simple church is full of flowers all the year. Ilovik therefore also has the nickname Flower Island.

Ilovik
Ilovik

Losinj Mali Losinj, Veli Losinj

The island of Losinj belongs, as Cres, to Kvarner Bay. More than 300 sunny days per year have created not only a subtropical paradise with palm trees, oleander and flowering gardens, but also a holiday paradise for sailors and motorboat riders.

Mali Losinj, today the largest city and capital of the island, is located in a deep bay. The area surrounding the village is characterized by extensive pine forests that reach to the beaches and coves of crystal clear waters.

Losinj

Silba

On the small island of Silba there are some bays with sandy soil in the water. The island town of Silba itself is particularly well-known for the hexagonal "love tower", which was built in the 17 th century by a captain for his sweatheart.

Silba
Silba

Please note that this is just a possible trip suggestion. The Croatian coast, with its countless small islands and bays, offers a a lot of bathing stops and sailing opportunities. Please adapt your individual route to the given wind and weather conditions.

Route 7 (one week)

Base: Zadar

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Karte Route 7 (1 Woche)
Day From To
1 Saturday Zadar Sightseeing or Ugljan Sutomiscica
2 Sunday Zadar or Ugljan Sutomiscica Dugi Otok Bozova
3 Monday Dugi Otok Bozova Silba
4 Tuesday Silba Premuda
5 Wednesday Premuda Dugi Otok Sakarun or Molat
6 Thursday Dugi Otok Sakarun or Molat Dugi Otok Pantera via Veli Rat wreck! or Molat
7 Friday Dugi Otok Pantera or Molat Zadar

Location Descriptions

Zadar

Zadar in the heart of Dalmatia is one of the most popular Croatian holiday destinations and one of the most beautiful port cities in Croatia. With its historic flair the 3000-year-old city combines modernity and history perfectly. Remnants of antiquity, historic villas and churches, attractive squares with restaurants, cafes and lively bars with nightlife make Zadar a vibrant city.

Zadar
Zadar

Sukosan

About 9 km southeast of Zadar lies the Marina Sukosan, with 1400 berths one of the largest marinas on the Adriatic. The picturesque little town is very popular because of its proximity to Zadar and its beautiful pebble beaches.

Sukosan
Sukosan

Ugljan Sutomiscica, Kukljica

Ugljan is also called the green island. Slightly hilly, it stretches two nautical miles west of Zadar. With its many bays and the small Marina Kukljica Ugljan is a good stopover on every trip.

Dugi Otok Bozova

Bozova is a nice little place in a sheltered harbor bay. From the large hotel there you have a magnificent view of the bay.

Silba

On the small island of Silba there are some bays with sandy soil in the water. The island town of Silba itself is particularly well-known for the hexagonal "love tower", which was built in the 17 th century by a captain for his sweatheart.

Silba
Silba

Premuda

Premuda

Dugi Otok Sakarun

On the outside of Dugi Otok is the paradisiacal bay Sakarun. The large sandy bay has beautiful turquoise waters and a long, shallow sandy beach. There are two bars on the shore. A tourist train goes from here to Bozova during the day.

Dugi Otok, Sakarun
Dugi Otok, Sakarun

Molat

On the island of Molat there are three small towns: Molat, Brgulje and Zapuntel. A nice place for over night for sailors is the buoys field in front of the village of Brgulje. Molat is a rocky patch for peace seekers.

Dugi Otok Veli Rat, Pantera

From far away you can see the oldest lighthouse of Croatia at the northern tip of Dugi Otok. The mast of a sunken Italian freighter raises out of the water. In calm seas, you can anchor and go snorkelling at the shipwreck. The bay Pantera lies on the inside on the way to the Marina Veli Rat and has buoys. From there, a 10 minute walk will take you to the lighthouse and the bay in front of it. The bay at the lighthouse is very beautiful with gorgeous big white stones and great waves for bodyboard surfing.

Dugi Otok, Veli Rat, Pantera
Dugi Otok, Veli Rat, Pantera

Please note that this is just a possible trip suggestion. The Croatian coast, with its countless small islands and bays, offers a a lot of bathing stops and sailing opportunities. Please adapt your individual route to the given wind and weather conditions.

Route 8 (one week)

Base: Zadar

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Karte Route 8 (1 Woche)
Day From To
1 Saturday base Ugljan Sutomiscica or Kukljica Pasman Ždrelac or Zadar
2 Sunday Ugljan Sutomiscica or Kukljica Pasman Ždrelac or Zadar Molat Brgulje Bojenfeld
3 Monday Molat Silba
4 Tuesday Silba Premuda
5 Wednesday Premuda Ist Ist
6 Thursday Ist Ist Dugi Otok Bozova
7 Friday Dugi Otok Bozova Zadar or Sukosan

Location Descriptions

Zadar

Zadar in the heart of Dalmatia is one of the most popular Croatian holiday destinations and one of the most beautiful port cities in Croatia. With its historic flair the 3000-year-old city combines modernity and history perfectly. Remnants of antiquity, historic villas and churches, attractive squares with restaurants, cafes and lively bars with nightlife make Zadar a vibrant city.

Zadar
Zadar

Sukosan

About 9 km southeast of Zadar lies the Marina Sukosan, with 1400 berths one of the largest marinas on the Adriatic. The picturesque little town is very popular because of its proximity to Zadar and its beautiful pebble beaches.

Sukosan
Sukosan

Ugljan Sutomiscica, Kukljica

Ugljan is also called the green island. Slightly hilly, it stretches two nautical miles west of Zadar. With its many bays and the small Marina Kukljica Ugljan is a good stopover on every trip.

Ugljan

Molat

On the island of Molat there are three small towns: Molat, Brgulje and Zapuntel. A nice place for over night for sailors is the buoys field in front of the village of Brgulje. Molat is a rocky patch for peace seekers.

Silba

On the small island of Silba there are some bays with sandy soil in the water. The island town of Silba itself is particularly well-known for the hexagonal "love tower", which was built in the 17 th century by a captain for his sweatheart.

Silba
Silba

Premuda

Premuda

Ist

The small village on the island of the same name impresses with its cozy restaurants on the harbor promenade. On the many walking paths that run through the island, after a lazy day at the water you can strech your legs. A little more strenuous, but rewarded with a magnificent view is the steep path to the chapel on the mountain.

Ist
Ist

Dugi Otok Bozova

Bozova is a nice little place in a sheltered harbor bay. From the large hotel there you have a magnificent view of the bay.

Please note that this is just a possible trip suggestion. The Croatian coast, with its countless small islands and bays, offers a a lot of bathing stops and sailing opportunities. Please adapt your individual route to the given wind and weather conditions.

Route 9 (one week)

Base: Biograd/Murter/Zadar

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Karte Route 9 (1 Woche)
Day From To
1 Saturday base Ugljan Sutomiscica or Kukljica Pasman Ždrelac or Zadar
2 Sunday Ugljan Sutomiscica or Kukljica Pasman Ždrelac or Zadar Molat Brgulje Bojenfeld
3 Monday Molat Silba
4 Tuesday Silba Premuda
5 Wednesday Premuda Dugi Otok Bozova
6 Thursday Dugi Otok Bozova Dugi Otok Brbinj or Iz Soline or Veli Iz
7 Friday Dugi Otok Brbinj or Iz Soline or Veli Iz Biograd, Murter, Pirovac

Location Descriptions

Biograd

Biograd the "white city" or royal city is a modern city. For a long time, it has been the residence of medieval Croatian dynasties, whose splendor is still visible in the old town. During the day, life mainly takes place on the beaches and the harbor promenade, in the evening the bustle shifts to the promenade of the old town. Numerous shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and ice cream parlors await the tourists. Biograd is a popular port of departure in the heart of Dalmatia. The Pasman Canal and the islands of Pasman and Uglijan, as well as the beautiful world of the Kornati Islands are right on the doorstep.

Murter Jezera, Murter and the bays

Murter is also called the gateway to the Kornati, but the peninsula itself has also a lot to offer. The starting port Jezera is a lovely little place with a nice beach, shops, restaurants and bars. The main town of Murter, is a lot bigger and busier. Especially the nightlife of Murter has a lot to offer.

The bays Vucigrada and Kosirinia are located south and are ideal for bathing with their turquoise crystal clear water. In the beautiful, but also very busy bay Vucigrada, the popular restaurant Cigrada invites you to an excellent lunch or dinner.

Murter Vucigrade
Murter Kosirinia

Pirovac

The nice little town Pirovac is surrounded by picturesque beaches and offers a good infrastructure. In the village there are numerous attractions, such as the ruins of the old city walls, a former Franciscan monastery and various sacral buildings.

Sukosan

About 9 km southeast of Zadar lies the Marina Sukosan, with 1400 berths one of the largest marinas on the Adriatic. The picturesque little town is very popular because of its proximity to Zadar and its beautiful pebble beaches.

Sukosan
Sukosan

Zadar

Zadar in the heart of Dalmatia is one of the most popular Croatian holiday destinations and one of the most beautiful port cities in Croatia. With its historic flair the 3000-year-old city combines modernity and history perfectly. Remnants of antiquity, historic villas and churches, attractive squares with restaurants, cafes and lively bars with nightlife make Zadar a vibrant city.

Zadar
Zadar

Ugljan Sutomiscica, Kukljica

Ugljan is also called the green island. Slightly hilly, it stretches two nautical miles west of Zadar. With its many bays and the small Marina Kukljica Ugljan is a good stopover on every trip.

Ugljan

Molat

On the island of Molat there are three small towns: Molat, Brgulje and Zapuntel. A nice place for over night for sailors is the buoys field in front of the village of Brgulje. Molat is a rocky patch for peace seekers.

Silba

On the small island of Silba there are some bays with sandy soil in the water. The island town of Silba itself is particularly well-known for the hexagonal "love tower", which was built in the 17 th century by a captain for his sweatheart.

Silba
Silba

Premuda

Premuda

Dugi Otok Bozova

Bozova is a nice little place in a sheltered harbor bay. From the large hotel there you have a magnificent view of the bay.

Iz, Iz Veli

The island of Iz lies inland from Dugi Otok near the nice little harbor town Brbinj. Iz is the only Dalmatian island whose inhabitants were potters. These simple, almost unadorned utensils are still widely known today. The construction of the houses on Iz are traditional and simple. The steak restaurant Mandrac in Iz Veli is known among sailors for its sensational and great steaks.

Iz Veli

Please note that this is just a possible trip suggestion. The Croatian coast, with its countless small islands and bays, offers a a lot of bathing stops and sailing opportunities. Please adapt your individual route to the given wind and weather conditions.

Route 10 (two weeks)

Base: Biograd/Murter/Zadar

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Karte Route 10 (2 Wochen)
Day From To
1 Saturday Biograd/Murter/Pirovac Ugljan Sutomiscica or Kukljica Pasman Ždrelac or Zadar
2 Sunday Ugljan Sutomiscica or Kukljica Pasman Ždrelac or Zadar Silba
3 Monday Silba Rab Marina
4 Tuesday Rab Marina Rab Coves
5 Wednesday Rab Ilovik or Mali Lošinj
6 Thursday Ilovik or Mali Lošinj Premuda or Ist
7 Friday Premuda or Ist Dugi Otok Sakarun
8 Saturday Dugi Otok Sakarun Dugi Otok Pantera or Molat over wreck Veli Rat
9 Sunday Dugi Otok Pantera or Molat/td> Iz Soline or Rava
10 Monday Iz Soline or Rava Dugi Otok Sali or National Park Telascica
11 Tuesday Dugi Otok Sali or National Park Telascica Zut
12 Wednesday Zut Pasman Soline or Zincena
13 Thursday Pasman Vrgada or Murter Vucigrade or Kosirina
14 Friday Vrgada or Murter Vucigrade or Kosirina Biograd/Murter/Pirovac

Location Descriptions

Biograd

Biograd the "white city" or royal city is a modern city. For a long time, it has been the residence of medieval Croatian dynasties, whose splendor is still visible in the old town. During the day, life mainly takes place on the beaches and the harbor promenade, in the evening the bustle shifts to the promenade of the old town. Numerous shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and ice cream parlors await the tourists. Biograd is a popular port of departure in the heart of Dalmatia. The Pasman Canal and the islands of Pasman and Uglijan, as well as the beautiful world of the Kornati Islands are right on the doorstep.

Murter Jezera, Murter and the bays

Murter is also called the gateway to the Kornati, but the peninsula itself has also a lot to offer. The starting port Jezera is a lovely little place with a nice beach, shops, restaurants and bars. The main town of Murter, is a lot bigger and busier. Especially the nightlife of Murter has a lot to offer.

The bays Vucigrada and Kosirinia are located south and are ideal for bathing with their turquoise crystal clear water. In the beautiful, but also very busy bay Vucigrada, the popular restaurant Cigrada invites you to an excellent lunch or dinner.

Murter Vucigrade
Murter Kosirinia

Pirovac

The nice little town Pirovac is surrounded by picturesque beaches and offers a good infrastructure. In the village there are numerous attractions, such as the ruins of the old city walls, a former Franciscan monastery and various sacral buildings.

Sukosan

About 9 km southeast of Zadar lies the Marina Sukosan, with 1400 berths one of the largest marinas on the Adriatic. The picturesque little town is very popular because of its proximity to Zadar and its beautiful pebble beaches.

Sukosan
Sukosan

Zadar

Zadar in the heart of Dalmatia is one of the most popular Croatian holiday destinations and one of the most beautiful port cities in Croatia. With its historic flair the 3000-year-old city combines modernity and history perfectly. Remnants of antiquity, historic villas and churches, attractive squares with restaurants, cafes and lively bars with nightlife make Zadar a vibrant city.

Zadar
Zadar

Ugljan Sutomiscica, Kukljica

Ugljan is also called the green island. Slightly hilly, it stretches two nautical miles west of Zadar. With its many bays and the small Marina Kukljica Ugljan is a good stopover on every trip.

Silba

On the small island of Silba there are some bays with sandy soil in the water. The island town of Silba itself is particularly well-known for the hexagonal "love tower", which was built in the 17 th century by a captain for his sweatheart.

Silba
Silba

Rab

The island of Rab is a paradise for sailors with its 30 sandy beaches and many small picturesque bays. Thanks to the crystal clear warm and shallow sea, Rab is an ideal holiday destination for the whole family. The former princely and episcopal city of Rab is a total monument of historical monuments and art monuments. The unique silhouette with its 4 bell towers is a distinctive landmark of Raab. The Marina Rab is located opposite the medieval bustling core of the old town and offers a beautiful view of the city.

Rab
Rab

Ilovik

Ilovik is a small, very quiet island south of Losinj, where the chirping of the cicadas and the seagulls make the music. The narrow channel between Ilovik and the cemetery island SV.PETAR is very popular with sailors. The small town around the harbor and the canal with its simple church is full of flowers all the year. Ilovik therefore also has the nickname Flower Island.

Ilovik
Ilovik

Losinj, Mali Losinj, Veli Losinj

The island of Losinj is a natural paradise full of flowers and pine trees. The two port towns of Mali and Veli Losinj, which are extremely lively in summer, are characterized by the neoclassical style of the Austrians. Numerous villas testify to this period. The mild climate of Losinj attracts many bathers annually. As a result, the landscape is characterized by numerous hotels and guesthouses, parks with palm trees, agaves, huge oleanders and pines.

Losinj

Premuda

Premuda

Ist

The small village on the island of the same name impresses with its cozy restaurants on the harbor promenade. On the many walking paths that run through the island, after a lazy day at the water you can strech your legs. A little more strenuous, but rewarded with a magnificent view is the steep path to the chapel on the mountain.

Ist
Ist

Dugi Otok Sakarun

On the outside of Dugi Otok is the paradisiacal bay Sakarun. The large sandy bay has beautiful turquoise waters and a long, shallow sandy beach. There are two bars on the shore. A tourist train goes from here to Bozova during the day.

Dugi Otok, Sakarun
Dugi Otok, Sakarun

Dugi Otok Veli Rat, Pantera

From far away you can see the oldest lighthouse of Croatia at the northern tip of Dugi Otok. The mast of a sunken Italian freighter raises out of the water. In calm seas, you can anchor and go snorkelling at the shipwreck. The bay Pantera lies on the inside on the way to the Marina Veli Rat and has buoys. From there, a 10 minute walk will take you to the lighthouse and the bay in front of it. The bay at the lighthouse is very beautiful with gorgeous big white stones and great waves for bodyboard surfing.

Dugi Otok, Veli Rat, Pantera
Dugi Otok, Veli Rat, Pantera

Molat

On the island of Molat there are three small towns: Molat, Brgulje and Zapuntel. A nice place for over night for sailors is the buoys field in front of the village of Brgulje. Molat is a rocky patch for peace seekers.

Iz, Iz Veli

The island of Iz lies inland from Dugi Otok near the nice little harbor town Brbinj. Iz is the only Dalmatian island whose inhabitants were potters. These simple, almost unadorned utensils are still widely known today. The construction of the houses on Iz are traditional and simple. The steak restaurant Mandrac in Iz Veli is known among sailors for its sensational and great steaks.

Iz Veli

Dugi Otok Sali

Sali on the east coast of Dugi Otok is an idyllic island town with many restaurants and a particularly nice music bar for the nightlife. The name Sali comes from the salt mines, from which the precious sea salt was obtained. Sali has an interesting cemetery where the dead are not buried in the earth but in rock caves. The craters that have been blown up into the rock are closed with large stone slabs.

National Park Telascica

The Telascica Nature Park is located in the south of the island of Dugi otok and extends over a length of 10 km. The northeastern shore of Telascica Bay is mostly bare, while in the southwest pine, olive and fig trees grow. The Telascica is one of the largest and most beautiful bays on the Croatian coast. Very impressive are the steep rock cliffs, which rise up to 166 m height and protect the bay to the sea side.

Zut

Zut with it 12 km² is the second largest island of the Kornati National Park, consisting of bare kalkfels or bare herbaceous flora. Like the island of Kornat, Zut is inhabited only in summer, because there are no sources of water on the island, Zut is owned by the farmers of Murter who have their olive plantations and orchards there. The ACI Marina Zut is very popular with sailors because of its lovely surroundings.

Vrgada

Vrgada on the small island in front of Murter is a nice island town with the possibility of landing and some restaurants. In front of the red sandy beach there is a buoy field.

Vrgada
Vrgada

Murter Jezera, Murter and the bays

Murter is also called the gateway to the Kornati, but the peninsula itself has also a lot to offer. The starting port Jezera is a lovely little place with a nice beach, shops, restaurants and bars. The main town of Murter, is a lot bigger and busier. Especially the nightlife of Murter has a lot to offer.

The bays Vucigrada and Kosirinia are located south and are ideal for bathing with their turquoise crystal clear water. In the beautiful, but also very busy bay Vucigrada, the popular restaurant Cigrada invites you to an excellent lunch or dinner.

Please note that this is just a possible trip suggestion. The Croatian coast, with its countless small islands and bays, offers a a lot of bathing stops and sailing opportunities. Please adapt your individual route to the given wind and weather conditions.

Split, Trogir

Route 1 (one week)

Base: Split/Trogir

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Karte Route 1
Day From To
1 Saturday Split/Trogir Brac Milna
2 Sunday Brac Milna Hvar Stari Grad / Vrborsca
3 Monday Hvar Stari Grad / Vrborsca Hvar Hvar or Milna or other bay around Hvar or Marina Palmizana at Sveti Klement
4 Tuesday Hvar Vis Stoncica or Vis
5 Wednesday Vis Stoncica Vis Komiza (southern route over bays Budikovac, Stiniva or northern route with sightseeing of the military bunker northeast of Vis)
6 Thursday Vis Solta (Maslinica or Sesula bay south)
7 Friday Solta Split/Trogir

Location Descriptions

Split

Split is the capital of Dalmatia and the largest city on the Adriatic coast. The city is 1700 years old and full of cultural sights from all eras.

Split
Split

Trogir

Trogir, as a port of departure, offers a variety of attractions. The historic old town with its countless Gothic cathedrals, Venetian palaces and Baroque churches is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Narrow romantic lanes lead you to the historic buildings and squares.

Trogir
Trogir

Brac

  • Milna: ACI Marina. Pretty old island village. Great for strolling and eating. In the village you have all supply options. Especially worth seeing is the church.
  • Bobovisca: Nice place with mooring, electricity and water. Nice cafe and restaurant right on the jetty. Several beautiful bathing possibilities on both pages of the place on large stone slabs.
Brac
Brac

Hvar

  • Stari Grad: "Old Town" The medieval town of Stari Grad is located in an impressive bay that leads into the city like a funnel. On the long promenade, which is also the lively center of the village, you are right in front of the imposing town hall at Moorings. Stroll along the promenade and discover numerous baroque buildings. Many small squares invite you to linger in the UNESCO-listed town.
  • Vrborsca: The image of the fjord-like harbor of Vrborsca is characterized by old stone houses and a nice little river spanned by narrow bridges. In the small fishery museum you can be led to times long past.

Hvar

  • Hvar: Hvar, on the island of the same name, was one of the most important nautical cities in history due to its strategic location since antiquity. Almost at each corner you will find historic buildings that reflect the spirit of different historical epochs. Already from the elegant, palm-fringed harbor promenade, the fairytale city offers sights and culture at its best. Hvar has become one of the best addresses on the Dalmatian coast, is not for nothing known as the "St. Tropez of Croatia". Hvar is dominated by the large fortress, with a breathtaking view over the old town and the Pakleni islands.
  • Milna: Milna is only 4 km south of Hvar town. Situated in a sheltered bay Milna is ideal for families with its beautiful pebble beaches away from the hustle and bustle. On the west bank of the bay there is one of the finest examples of rustic architecture from the 17th century, the summer residence of the Ivanić family, built in Baroque and Renaissance style.
Hvar
Hvar

Sveti Klement

  • Marina Palmizana: Marina Palmizana on the island of Sveti Klement faces the town of Hvar. The former barren island is today a thriving paradise full of exotic plants, extraordinary art and culture, and, of course, first-class gastronomy. There are taxi boat connections to Hvar until midnight.
  • If you cannot find a place in the Marina Palmizana, you can also find space in the Vinogradisce bay on the other side of Sveti Klement, opposite the marina. A short, beautiful path leads from there across the exotic vegetation to the Marina Palmizana. On the way there are also numerous restaurants and bars.
Palmizana
Bucht Vinogradisce

Vis Stoncica

With its gorgeous and gently sloping shallow sandy beach, the bay is one of the most popular destinations on the island of Vis. With turquoise blue water, sandy beach, palm trees and beach bar, the bay is ideal for swimming and snorkelling. In the evening, many of the yachts leave the bay and calm returns. Highly recommended is the hike to the nearby lighthouse on the Cape. The path goes up from the beach to the left of the bar. In the evening you can eat very well in the restaurant on the beach.

Vis Stoncica
Vis Stoncica

Vis Vis

In addition to the town of Vis, visiting the marine tunnels / Rogagic, northwest of the city of Vis is highly recommended. Follow the way to the beach at the marine bunker entrance, then towards the open sea there is a small parking spot with the tunnel entrance gate. You should definitely anchor in the bay in front of the marine tunnel, because the setting directly at the tunnel entrance is actually prohibited, because in the morning many excursion boats want to enter there.

Vis
Vis

Vis Komiza

Very nice place with many possibilities for the evening. Numerous shops, restaurants, bars and cafes invite you to stroll. Behind the jetty there is a nice beach with a beach bar. In the bay and also outside the breakwater, there are numerous buoys.

Vis Komiza
Vis Komiza

Solta Maslinica

Nice little place, which is worth a stop especially because of the beautifully restored Venetian palace. The beautiful estate now houses a luxury hotel with an excellent attached restaurant.

Solta Sesula

Nice but much visited bay with a good restaurant.

Please note that this is just a possible trip suggestion. The Croatian coast, with its countless small islands and bays, offers a a lot of bathing stops and sailing opportunities. Please adapt your individual route to the given wind and weather conditions.

Route 2 (two weeks)

Base: Split/Trogir

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Karte Route 2 (2 Wochen)
Day From To
1 Saturday Split/Trogir sightseeing
2 Sunday Split/Trogir Brac Pucisa or Baška Voda (Mainland Makarska)
3 Monday Brac Pucisa / Baška Voda HVAR (swim stop Markaska) Jelsa or Mala Staniva
4 Tuesday Hvar Jelsa/Mala Staniva Hvar Sucuraj (southern tip)
5 Wednesday Hvar Sucuraj Pelješac / Loviste or Korcula Babina or Kneza
6 Thursday Pelješac / Korcula Loviste, Babina or Kneza Korcula Korcula city
7 Friday Korcula Lastovo (swim stop Korcula Lumbarda), Zaklopatica
8 Saturday Lastovo Zaklopatica Lastovo national park Prezba/Hotelmole or Ubli
9 Sunday Lastovo Prezba, Ubli Korcula Vela Luka
10 Monday Korcula Vela Luka Vis Stoncica
11 Tuesday Vis Stoncica Vis Vis or Komiza
12 Wednesday Vis Vis or Komiza Hvar Hvar or Milna or other bay around Hvar
13 Thursday Hvar Hvar or Milna Solta Necujam or Rogac or Drvenik Veli / Drvenik Mali
14 Friday Solta Necujam or Rogac or Drvenik Veli / Drvenik Mali Split/Trogir

Location Descriptions

Split

Split is the capital of Dalmatia and the largest city on the Adriatic coast. The city is 1700 years old and full of cultural sights from all eras.

Split
Split

Trogir

Trogir, as a port of departure, offers a variety of attractions. The historic old town with its countless Gothic cathedrals, Venetian palaces and Baroque churches is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Narrow romantic lanes lead you to the historic buildings and squares.

Trogir
Trogir

Brac

  • Pucisca: Pucisca is also called the "city" of stones. Already at the entrance you can see the big quarry from which the special white limestone, also often called white marble, is exported all over the world, for particularly exquisite buildings. Puscina is a nice little island town with a little picturesque town harbor.
Brac Pucisca

Baska Voda on the mainland

Just near the famous tourist resort of Makarska lies the lovely resort of Baska Voda. The palm-fringed waterfront is the bustling center of the resort with numerous shops, restaurants and bars.

Baska Voda
Baska Voda

Hvar

  • Jelsa: Historic nice harbor town with many attractions like the chapel of Sveti Ivan.
  • Mala Stiniva: Nice bay with pebble beaches. Through the picturesque rocks raising up vertically of the turquoise sea are a popular picture motif.
  • Sucuraj: Sucuraj is a typical Dalmatian fishing village with small narrow streets and stone houses. It is located at the southern tip of HVAR and offers a beautiful view over the sea and the surrounding islands.

Peljesac Loviste

Loviste is a small village at the western end of the Peljesac peninsula.

Korcula

  • Korcula: The old town of Korcula is one of the best preserved medieval towns in the entire Mediterranean. Korcula has a diverse cityscape, which was created in the course of the eras by the Greeks, Romans, Illyrians, Croats and Venetians. Numerous attractions bear witness to these times. Due to its round fortification towers Korcula is also often referred to as a fortified town or small Dubrovnik. Narrow streets and historic squares with magnificent buildings and churches as well as an impressive city wall await visitors. The famous sailor Marco Polo was born in Korcula in 1254. The Marco Polo Museum in Korcula is recommendable and very informative.
  • Kneza, Lumbarda: The coast of the island of Korcula is especially nice, with many bays for anchoring and swimming. All the bays offer a small but fine infrastructure. The City of Korcula can be reached by taxi.The closer the bays to the city of Korcula, the more popular they are. But also on the mainland opposite, Orebic is very popular with sailors too. A taxi boat and the ferry ride regularly to Korcula from there.
  • Vela Luka: Vela Luka is a lovely village with a pretty harbor promenade with palm trees, cafes and restaurants. Vela Luka is located in a deep bay, which is very well protected by the neighboring mountains.
Korcula
Korcula

Lastovo

Compared to other Dalmatian islands, Lastovo has a lot of fertile land. Lastovo is one of the most forested green islands in Croatia. It can justifiably call itself a nature park, because it is an island of tranquility. Countless islands with picturesque bays and sandy shores belongs to Lastovo archipelago. Remains of Illyrian and Roman settlements can still be seen on some islands. Depending on wind and weather, you can explore the beautiful bays and small villages to your heart's content. On Lastovo nature dominates, you can also go for wonderful walks on the small island. At Prezba there are two old naval bunkers to visit.

Lastovo
Lastovo

Vis Stoncica

With its gorgeous and gently sloping shallow sandy beach, the bay is one of the most popular destinations on the island of Vis. With turquoise blue water, sandy beach, palm trees and beach bar, the bay is ideal for swimming and snorkelling. In the evening, many of the yachts leave the bay and calm returns. Highly recommended is the hike to the nearby lighthouse on the Cape. The path goes up from the beach to the left of the bar. In the evening you can eat very well in the restaurant on the beach.

Vis Stoncica
Vis Stoncica

Vis

In addition to the town of Vis, visiting the marine tunnels / Rogagic, northwest of the city of Vis is highly recommended. Follow the way to the beach at the marine bunker entrance, then towards the open sea there is a small parking spot with the tunnel entrance gate. You should definitely anchor in the bay in front of the marine tunnel, because the setting directly at the tunnel entrance is actually prohibited, because in the morning many excursion boats want to enter there.

Vis
Vis

Vis Komiza

Very nice place with many possibilities for the evening. Numerous shops, restaurants, bars and cafes invite you to stroll. Behind the jetty there is a nice beach with a beach bar. In the bay and also outside the breakwater, there are numerous buoys.

Vis Komiza
Vis Komiza

Hvar

  • Hvar: Hvar, on the island of the same name, was one of the most important nautical cities in history due to its strategic location since antiquity. Almost at each corner you will find historic buildings that reflect the spirit of different historical epochs. Already from the elegant, palm-fringed harbor promenade, the fairytale city offers sights and culture at its best. Hvar has become one of the best addresses on the Dalmatian coast, is not for nothing known as the "St. Tropez of Croatia". Hvar is dominated by the large fortress, with a breathtaking view over the old town and the Paklini islands.
  • Milna: Milna is only 4 km south of Hvar town. Situated in a sheltered bay Milna is ideal for families with its beautiful pebble beaches away from the hustle and bustle. On the west bank of the bay there is one of the finest examples of rustic architecture from the 17th century, the summer residence of the Ivanic family, built in Baroque and Renaissance style.
Hvar
Hvar

Solta

  • Stomorska: On the northeast side of Solta there is the village of Stomorska with the island's oldest harbor. The houses stretch along the slopes to the harbor, where the lively center of Stomorska is. In summer, the city is a popular destination and along the promenade there are numerous restaurants, cafes and a few smaller shops.
  • Necujam: The village of Necujam is located in Split's largest bay on the island of Solta. Here you will also find a large holiday village. In the lower part of the bay you will see one of the largest beaches on Solta, a popular anchorage!
  • Rogac: Rogac is the main port on the island of Solta and has a petrol station. During the day Rogac is a bustling tourist destination, rather quiet at night.
  • Maslinica: On the west side of Solta lies the harbor town Maslinica, one of the most beautiful places on the island. The heart of Maslinica beats on the beach promenade, because there is not only the ACI Marina, but also the wonderful castle Martinis Marchi.

Drvenik Veli, Drvenik Mali

The two islands are flat and great for swimming. Anyone who wants can also go to the port Drevnik on Veli Drevnik. The place is lovely and very quiet, there are a small church with an old cemetery, some shops and some cafes and restaurants. At the harbor entrance opposite the marina is a ferry landing, but does not bother.

Please note that this is just a possible trip suggestion. The Croatian coast, with its countless small islands and bays, offers a a lot of bathing stops and sailing opportunities. Please adapt your individual route to the given wind and weather conditions.

Route 3 (two weeks)

Base: Split/Trogir

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Karte Route 3 (2 Wochen)
Day From To
1 Saturday Split/Trogir Brac Milna
2 Sunday Brac Milna Hvar Hvar or Milna or other bay around Hvar or Sveti Klement Marina Palmizana
3 Monday Hvar or Palmizana Vis Vis
4 Tuesday Vis Vis Vis Komiza
5 Wednesday Vis Komiza Korcula Vela Luka
6 Thursday Korcula Vela Luka Lastovo Prezba or Ubli
7 Friday Lastovo Prezba or Ubli Lastovo Zaklopatica
8 Saturday Lastovo Zaklopatica Mljet Pomena
9 Sunday Mljet Pomena Mljet Polace
10 Monday Mljet Polace Korcula Korcula
11 Tuesday Korcula Korcula Peljesac Loviste or Scedro
12 Wednesday Peljesac Loviste Hvar Sucuraj
13 Thursday Hvar Sucuraj Baska Voda
14 Friday Solta Necujam or Rogac or Drvenik Veli / Drvenik Mali Split/Trogir

Location Descriptions

Split

Split is the capital of Dalmatia and the largest city on the Adriatic coast. The city is 1700 years old and full of cultural sights from all eras.

Split
Split

Trogir

Trogir, as a port of departure, offers a variety of attractions. The historic old town with its countless Gothic cathedrals, Venetian palaces and Baroque churches is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Narrow romantic lanes lead you to the historic buildings and squares.

Trogir
Trogir

Brac

  • Milna: ACI Marina. Pretty old island village. Great for strolling and eating. In the village you have all supply options. Especially worth seeing is the church.
  • Bobovisca: Nice place with mooring, electricity and water. Nice cafe and restaurant right on the jetty. Several beautiful bathing possibilities on both pages of the place on large stone slabs.

Hvar

  • Hvar: Hvar, on the island of the same name, was one of the most important nautical cities in history due to its strategic location since antiquity. Almost at each corner you will find historic buildings that reflect the spirit of different historical epochs. Already from the elegant, palm-fringed harbor promenade, the fairytale city offers sights and culture at its best. Hvar has become one of the best addresses on the Dalmatian coast, is not for nothing known as the "St. Tropez of Croatia". Hvar is dominated by the large fortress, with a breathtaking view over the old town and the Paklini islands.
  • Milna: Milna is only 4 km south of Hvar town. Situated in a sheltered bay Milna is ideal for families with its beautiful pebble beaches away from the hustle and bustle. On the west bank of the bay there is one of the finest examples of rustic architecture from the 17th century, the summer residence of the Ivanic family, built in Baroque and Renaissance style.
Hvar
Hvar

Sveti Klement

  • Marina Palmizana: Marina Palmizana on the island of Sveti Klement faces the town of Hvar. The former barren island is today a thriving paradise full of exotic plants, extraordinary art and culture, and, of course, first-class gastronomy. There are taxi boat connections to Hvar until midnight.
  • If you cannot find a place in the Marina Palmizana, you can also find space in the Vinogradisce bay on the other side of Sveti Klement, opposite the marina. A short, beautiful path leads from there across the exotic vegetation to the Marina Palmizana. On the way there are also numerous restaurants and bars.
Palmizana
Bucht Vinogradisce

Vis Vis

Vis is an island with a lot of untouched nature. The island of Vis is 32 nautical miles from the mainland. Vis is thus the furthest upstream island of the Adriatic. Due to its location, Vis was a military outpost until 1989. To the northeast, not far from the city of Vis, there is a well-preserved military system with an underground naval tunnel and a military bunker which can be visited. The city of Vis is lovely and full of respectable houses from the renaissance and baroque era. Ancient remains and quiet narrow streets with numerous souvenir shops, restaurants and cafes invite you to linger.

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Vis
Vis

Vis Komiza

Very nice place with many possibilities for the evening. Numerous shops, restaurants, bars and cafes invite you to stroll. Behind the jetty there is a nice beach with a beach bar. In the bay and also outside the breakwater, there are numerous buoys.

Vis Komiza
Vis Komiza

Korcula

      • Vela Luka: Vela Luka is a lovely village with a pretty harbor promenade with palm trees, cafes and restaurants. Vela Luka is located in a deep bay, which is very well protected by the neighboring mountains.

Lastovo

Compared to other Dalmatian islands, Lastovo has a lot of fertile land. Lastovo is one of the most forested green islands in Croatia. It can justifiably call itself a nature park, because it is an island of tranquility. Countless islands with picturesque bays and sandy shores belongs to Lastovo archipelago. Remains of Illyrian and Roman settlements can still be seen on some islands. Depending on wind and weather, you can explore the beautiful bays and small villages to your heart's content. On Lastovo nature dominates, you can also go for wonderful walks on the small island. At Prezba there are two old naval bunkers to visit.

Lastovo
Lastovo

Mljet

The island, which is densely covered with sea pines and green oaks up to the beaches, is a national park in its western part. The special feature of the island are two salt lakes, which are connected to the sea. In one a small Benedictine monasteryis situated. Mljet offers several interesting bays. The bays of Pomena and Polace are ideal starting points for a visit to the National Park. From the port of Polacee the entrance to the national park is just 50 meters away. The entrance fee includes the bus ride to the salt lake. There you can comfortably walk around the lake or visit the monastery island. Mljet is a beautiful island for hiking, swimming or just relaxing.

Mljet
Mljet

Korcula

      • Korcula: The old town of Korcula is one of the best preserved medieval towns in the entire Mediterranean. Korcula has a diverse cityscape, which was created in the course of the eras by the Greeks, Romans, Illyrians, Croats and Venetians. Numerous attractions bear witness to these times. Due to its round fortification towers Korcula is also often referred to as a fortified town or small Dubrovnik. Narrow streets and historic squares with magnificent buildings and churches as well as an impressive city wall await visitors. The famous sailor Marco Polo was born in Korcula in 1254. The Marco Polo Museum in Korcula is recommendable and very informative.
      • Kneza, Lumbarda: The coast of the island of Korcula is especially nice, with many bays for anchoring and swimming. All the bays offer a small but fine infrastructure. The City of Korcula can be reached by taxi.The closer the bays to the city of Korcula, the more popular they are. But also on the mainland opposite, Orebic is very popular with sailors too. A taxi boat and the ferry ride regularly to Korcula from there.
      • Vela Luka: Vela Luka is a lovely village with a pretty harbor promenade with palm trees, cafes and restaurants. Vela Luka is located in a deep bay, which is very well protected by the neighboring mountains.
Korcula
Korcula

Peljesac Loviste

Loviste is a small village at the western end of the Peljesac peninsula.

Hvar

      • Jelsa: Historic nice harbor town with many attractions like the chapel of Sveti Ivan.
      • Mala Stiniva: Nice bay with pebble beaches. Through the picturesque rocks raising up vertically of the turquoise sea are a popular picture motif.
      • Sucuraj: Sucuraj is a typical Dalmatian fishing village with small narrow streets and stone houses. It is located at the southern tip of Hvar and offers a beautiful view over the sea and the surrounding islands.

Baska Voda on the mainland

Just near the famous tourist resort of Makarska lies the lovely resort of Baska Voda. The palm-fringed waterfront is the bustling center of the resort with numerous shops, restaurants and bars.

Baska Voda
Baska Voda

Please note that this is just a possible trip suggestion. The Croatian coast, with its countless small islands and bays, offers a a lot of bathing stops and sailing opportunities. Please adapt your individual route to the given wind and weather conditions.

Qualification requirements

For a yacht charter in Croatia, you need one of the licences listed below as well as a VHF radio licence. If you do not have a sailing licence or do not have enough experience, you can also book a skipper for the desired yacht.

  • Croatian Coastal licence (Adriatic Sea & International Sea valid!)
  • B licence
  • Internationally valid offshore patent or
  • a patent for near shore sailing as well as
  • a VHF radio licence (skipper or crew member)

Currency

Croatia is a member of the European Union, but its currency is not the euro. The Croatian Kuna (HRK) is the valid means of payment here. Please have kuna ready for check-in at your base. Some services are to be paid on site, such as the permit, the deposit, or the tourist tax, must be paid in kuna. (See the last page of the base information for a detailed list of payment methods). In your boarding pass you can see which extras still have to be paid for on site.

The Pitter Deposit Coverage

With our Pitter deposit settlement, you are on the safe side with a one-off payment upon signing. Damage to the yacht, as well as sail damage, dinghy incl. outboard motor, spinnaker, gennaker and blister are insured. Read more

Provisioning

Together with our partner from JAM Yacht Supply, we make it as easy as possible for you to order provisions for your next cruise. Simply follow the link in your base information and order from the online shop in good time before the start of your cruise. The ordered items will be delivered when you wish, so that your provisions are already ready when you check in on board. Learn more

mySea

We recommend that you use mySea. You can book your moorings easily and conveniently online via this free digital guide. With mySea you will find all the information about sailing areas, the best bays, and harbours as well as good restaurants. mySea contains all the details about mooring in marinas, harbours, and buoy fields. Discover detailed information on over 30,000 POIs (Points of Interest). Browse mySea online

Weather

In our yacht charter area Croatia, the typical mild Mediterranean climate prevails. With about 200 days of sunshine per year, the Croatian coast is one of the sunniest coasts in Europe. The prevailing Mistral wind ensures beautiful summer weather. 30°C in the months of July and August are therefore not unusual. The sea temperature on the coast is around 25°C in the summer months. With ideal winds, warm weather and pleasant water temperatures, Croatia is also a very popular sailing destination in the early and late season.

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