You may have heard that Croatia is a wonderful sailing destination, and it’s true. The country’s pristine coastline and Renaissance coastal towns make it a dream for anyone who wishes to experience the joys of the Easter Mediterranean aboard a yacht.
Sailing out of Split allows you to enjoy the city’s historic hospitality and tour sites like the Diocletian Palace before boarding your yacht. You can then embark on a cruise through the Dalmatian Islands, where you’ll find a number of world-class tourism sites and natural wonders to explore.
A typical 7-8 day cruise will allow you to visit national parks, swim in crystal clear waters, sample Mediterranean cuisine and discover the beautiful nuances of the different islands. LateSail can help you plan a perfect route based on our personal experiences.
From Split you can sail to Makarska for the night. Move on to Mljet during the morning’s sail and spend the afternoon exploring the island’s national park with its pine forests and inland salt water lakes.
Dubrovnik is an easy next stop; you can get lost in the city’s old cobbled streets, surrounded by intact fortress walls.
Move on to the pretty harbour town of Trstenik on Sipan Island; it is a charming fishing village flanked by pretty coves and beaches. You can also relax and enjoy fresh seafood and other delicacies waterfront restaurants and pubs.
Sail to the romantic island of Korkula, with its medieval enchantment- you can even climb the tower where Marco Polo was said to live. After Korkula you can choose to go to the Pakleni Islands (there are about 20 small islets to admire) and then to the island of Brac before returning to Split.
Throughout your Croatian sailing adventure you’ll be able to enjoy swimming, snorkelling and touring in beautiful weather; the perfect blend of nature and culture during a yacht holiday. View our discounted offers from Split and please feel free to call us for more information.