With over 1.000 islands, Croatia is best known for its stunning coastline, the most indented in the Mediterranean. Almost 1.800 kilometers of the coastline grows to 6.000 when you include the rims of the islands! Needless to say, sailing the seas comes naturally around here.
Many of the Croatian gems you daydream about are on the Adriatic, from the brochure towns of Rovinj, Split, Hvar and Dubrovnik to the fascinating natural spots like Brijuni, Kornati or Mljet Island National Parks. The Croatian coast is quite diverse, and exploring it on a sailboat is truly the best way of getting to know both its bustling and quiet corners.
Experienced sea dogs can have their thrill in the Northern Adriatic, where snow-capped mountains tower the coast, giving birth to exciting winds. Groups of friends will enjoy the diverse experiences in the Central Dalmatia, where islands sit at close distances, each with a unique spirit. Hvar for nightlife, Vis for history, Brač for silence and Šolta for relaxation. Families will cherish the excitement of Viganj and the quaintness of Elafiti islands on the south, crowned with a walk on the mighty walls of Dubrovnik.