Sailing Holidays – Croatia


Sailing in Dalmatia

  • This beautiful southern coastal region is the most popular sailing destination in Croatia. Dalmatia perfect sailing destination - abound with coves and secluded beaches, known for its warm sea, constant wind and numerous islands.
  • Sailing, yachting, diving, kayaking and other outdoor activities are very popular in this part of Croatia.
  • Dalmatia is a combination of exceptional beauty of nature and heritage. There you can find traces of different civilizations, from ancient Greek and Romans to Venetian.
  • Zadar, Sibenik, Trogir, Split, Hvar, Korcula and Dubrovnik are stunning and timeless medieval towns that will capture your heart and your mind.
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Sailing in Kvarner

  • Kvarner merges natural beauties of the sea, islands and highlands within a small area.
  • There are more than 1000 beaches.
  • The Losinj Dolphin Reserve is the first protected reserve for dolphins. The special ornithological reserve center Palud is also protected as a special nature reserve of Eurasian Griffons that are nesting in Kvarner area on the Islands of Cres.
  • Kvarner has 19 maritime ports, 8 modern and well-equipped marinas with 3000 moorings in the sea and 2000 berths on land.
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Sailing in Istria

  • Mysterious and inspiring, Istria is full of diverse beauty, green fields and hills, vineyards and olive groves and small medieval towns with rich historical and cultural heritage.
  • Today, Istria is well-known tourist destination with pleasant climate and crystal clear sea, with excellent hotels, numerous restaurants famous for gourmet food, good and quality wine and olive products.
  • The Roman Amphitheatre in Pula and the Euphrasius Basilica in Porec are fantastic monuments of great cultural value.
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