Croatia is one of the most popular destinations for yacht charter, due to her unbeatable beauty and more than thousand islands, which offer you exceptional possibilities during the cruising. Her numerous bays, surrounded by untouched nature and beautiful beaches, provide complete relaxation and privacy.

Croatia has rich historical heritage, excellently preserved and seen on each step, which, combined with natural beauties, rich traditional cuisine and friendly people, makes her the most desirable destination on Mediterrannean. On your cruising route, you can visit some of the famous destinations like Dubrovnik, Korcula, National Park Mljet, Hvar, Vis, Brac, Split, Trogir, National Park Kornati, Sibenik, Zadar, Pula, Opatija, Porec, Rovinj and many other.

Our professional team will suggest you the best cruising route, according to your preferences, and will give the best to provide all necessary information for your cruise, such as the best bays for swimming, diving and water sports activities, best ports to visit, including the information of historical sights, restaurants and clubs, islands, National parks, as well as all other information which may be of your interest.

We give you here just a short introduction of the places in Croatia you should visit on your route, and more detailed and specific routes, we will make for you during our correspondence.


The Pearl of Adriatic, Dubrovnik, is a historic medieval city at the south of Croatia. The town, the port and the tourist centre are registered in the UNESCO´s Register of the World Cultural Heritage. It is one of the most prominent tourist resorts. In the Middle Ages, Dubrovnik was Independent Republic and this resulted in the perfect preservation of the Old Town. When you enter the city, you feel as the time has stopped. The Old Town is completely surrounded by huge walls. The buildings and the streets in the center are all historical monuments, and the medieval architecture is excellently preserved on each step you make. Stone is the ruler of the stairs, squares and streets. You can visit numerous fortresses, museums, palaces, galleries, churches, city walls, festivals etc.



The town and the port are situated on a small peninsula of the island of Korcula, connected with a narrow strip of land with the rest of the island and the surrounding area covered with pine forest. Korcula is known for its outstanding cultural and historical heritage and a long tradition in seafaring, shipbuilding and stone-masonry. It is the birthplace of the adventurer and traveller Marco Polo. At the beginning of the 16th century the inhabitants lived in the old part of the town inside the city walls. As all old Croatian towns, Korcula also has lots of narrow streets inside the old town. You can see there the cathedral, the house of Marco Polo, the tower, palace Arneri with a nice Renaissance garden, city hall, all from 14th and 15th century. People still live in the old town, so it is very lively.



The most beautiful National Park in Croatia. Mljet attacts with its untouched nature (the island is not very inhabited), lot of amazing bays and beaches. The beauty of Mljet astonishes everyone. The Benedictine monastery with the church of Saint Marija on the islet in the lake Veliko Jezero is a great cultural heritage. Polace is the largest and safest harbor on the Island of Mljet, surrunded by small islets. Probably it is also the oldest settlement on the Island, with great cultural heritage from roman times.



The island of Hvar (and the town of Hvar) is one of the biggest tourist resorts in Croatia. It is the island with the most sunny days in country. Hvar is the town of a unique cultural and historical heritage but also an important tourist resort with a centuries-old tradition in tourism. Very old center attracts with its oldest theatre in Europe, the cathedral, the old building Arsenal, Benedictine abbey, the bell towers, monuments, galerries, fortress which provides beautiful view on the Pakleni Islands and the island of Vis. Hvar is also the Croatian must visit town, which attracts the famous people from all over the year, who mainly come with their yachts, so the port is always crowded and full of interesting events. A small archipelago in front of the Hvar port is called Pakleni islands, with numerous bays where the nature is excellent and the sea is crystal clear. Restaurants and taverns in the town of Hvar offer excellent fish specialities, with exquisite local wines.



Trogir is also called the "city-museum" because each rock and building has its own importance for a specific period of history. In the 1997, Trogir´s old city centre was put into the UNESCO´s Register of the World Cultural Heritage. Beautiful old small town attracts with its monuments, narrow streets with bars and restaurants, the fortress, cathedral St. Lawrence with amazing Radovan´s portal-the most valuable monument of Dalmatian stone-worker´s trade. The whole old town is excellently preserved and provides a very pleasant walk, through its streets and the promenade.



Split is 1700 years old town, a variety of archaeological, historical and cultural monuments, with the remains of the Diocletian´s palace as a center. The palace is a part of UNESCO Register of the World Cultural Heritage. If you approach the palace from the sea side, you first enter into the basement, excellently preserved. The Peristil is the central area of the palace, where you can see one of the oldest cathedrals in Europe, St Duje cathedral. You can also climb the bell tower, to enjoy a panoramic view of Split. You can see on Peristile the Egyptian sphinx from 15th century, the temple of Jupiter in nearby street and lot of interesting historical sights around. Split is the mixture of very old architecture and very modern one, which can be seen at the sea promenade, called Riva (the place where people from Split spend their leisure time, walking or sitting in bars enjoying the beautiful sea view). There are many beaches and public beaches in the city and its surroundings. Split is specially suitable for the guests who prefer night life.



The Kornati archipelago consists of 140 islands, islets and cliffs, with 89 of them declared a National Park because of its natural beauty due to its numerous coves and crystal clear blue waters. In the National Park Kornati there are around 30 piers and about 20 places where guests can try wonderful seafood and traditional cuisine.


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