It’s no exaggeration that Croatia has the most developed yachting services in Europe. Here the number of bays with buoys, anchorages, and well-equipped marinas is growing day by day. Add relatively long-lasting season (from late April to mid-October) and you will get the clear answer why Croatia is creme de la creme for yachting.
Istria is one of the most popular spots that in the public eye even among novices in yachting; it boasts of one of the coolest bases in Pula town. It also has a wide choice of charters. The Dalmatian coast is not staying away as well: offering marines nearby Zadar, Zadar, Sibenik, Split, Dubrovnik, and other towns. One of the top destinations to cruise here — the route is through Central Dalmatia - Hvar, Korcula, Vis, and Lastovo Nature Park: the quintessence of spectacular architecture and picturesque nature. For instance, the island and its self-titled town Hvar has an ancient fortress and excellent restaurants. Korcula Island is another favorite spot for numerous sailors, a cozy and beautiful city, moreover, the historical homeland of Marco Polo, perhaps the most famous traveler on the globe.
Want to take some cool photos? It means the blue cave on the island of Biševo is totally worth visiting. As time goes by and you’re getting closer to the dawn, the sunrays illuminate this cave so that it shines with bright blue hues. In addition to the Lastovo Nature Park, it is worth visiting the Mljet National Park, as well as the Kornatsky archipelago and admiring the Krka Waterfalls close to Sibenik.
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