The fascinating Dalmatian coast boasts pine fringed beaches, busy fishing ports, and lively towns and has over 1,500 coves, bays and ports making for perfect berthing locales. Numerous islands, dramatic cliffs and crystal clear blue waters are quintessentially Croatia.
Split, a UNESCO World Heritage city within the Diocletian palace walls, is effectively an open air museum of antiquity with Roman architecture, cultural events and fine dining. The city is protected from the sea by the islands of the Split archipelago and shielded by the towering mountains, making it a safe haven.
Hvar, the longest island in the Adriatic, is one of Croatia’s hotspots. The city offers plenty of restaurants, bars and cafes that remain open ‘til late for night revellers. The Makarska Riviera, renowned for the clear sea, pebbly beaches and pine forests leads you to the The Korcula coastline with numerous inlets and Marco Polo’s house. A small cluster of uninhabited islands called Pakleni Otoci is just outside the old town and offers beautiful natural harbours and clear waters for an ideal yacht stop.
In the Southern most part of Croatia and protected by UNESCO, Dubrovnik is Dalmatia’s most famous representative, as well as a Jetsetters favorite, complete with medieval palaces and renaissance gardens and architecture.