Set sail in one of the most beautiful European destinations and plan your holiday conveniently! Rent a sailboat in Croatia with skipper and you will surely have the best vacation of your year, decade or even your life! By having a skipper with you, you can be guided through some of the best attractions – popular or undiscovered – throughout this amazing country.
Traveling by sailboat would be the most ideal way to get around Croatia because it is an archipelago made up of 2,000 amazing islands. Of course, it would be close to impossible to visit all of those islands during your visit unless you will be staying for a while, but you can maximize what Croatia has to offer when you have a convenient way of traveling, which is by boat.
Sail through the Croatian Adriatic with so much ease and comfort when you have a skipper with you. You can rent a sailboat in Croatia with skipper so you won’t have to worry about a thing during your holiday. The skipper will take charge of your boat, recommend the best routes and destinations, guide you through your travels – all these as you sit back and relax, have a couple of drinks or maybe more since you have nothing to worry about anyway!
You can get to Croatia by plane as many flights are traveling from all major European cities directly to the six international airports available in the country. When you land at the mainland where the Dubrovnik airport is, you can head south to Montenegro, a lovely location that will certainly take your breath away.
If you arrive during the summer season, then you must make your way to some of the country’s most popular anchorages in Mljet, home to big, beautiful bays and awe-inspiring saltwater lakes. In Central Dalmatia, just a sail away from the Split airport, you will find two wonderful islands – Brac and Hvar. Hvar is most famous for the great drinks and super fun parties that happen all night long!
Do you want to cross off a chunk of those 2,000 islands from your bucket list the quickest way possible? Then you should go to the Kornati archipelago! The Kornati is made up of 152 islands and may be reached through the marinas of Zadar, Biograd, and Murter. If you are coming from Murter, then you might as well enjoy the vast wilderness and greeneries in the area.
Croatia is a perfect mixture of modernity and old charm. There are ancient buildings and architecture but going on a holiday there is not all that rugged. In fact, there are so many luxurious spots, 5-star accommodations, fine dining restaurants and so much more all over Croatia. Whether you’re looking for a place where you can down on fresh seafood by the bay or you’d like to dress up for some steak and wine, there’s more than just a few choices available for you.
Speaking of luxury, if you’re after the elegance and classiness of Croatia, then you must go to Losinj, Rab, and Brijuni – these three islands are where luxury yachts and boats dock. You can also go to the Turkish-owned D-Resort, a holiday destination built in 2015 in Croatia’s very first resort area close to Sibenik. This area is also considered a superyacht marina!
You can choose from a variety of boats according to budget, size, amenities, features, and more. Book your holiday in Croatia – make sure you make it a pretty long one so you won’t miss out on the too many to mention beautiful destinations in the country!