For the experienced mariners and beginners alike, the waters of the Croatian Islands give perfect difficulties and amazing perspectives that are ideal for Flotilla Sailing. The sea assumes a key part in the Croatian way of life and culture. Truly a nation of vital significance, Croatia has seen domains come and go and military concerns shape the scene. Navigate the Dalmatian Coast; see old fortifications and mansions, previous Roman castles and medieval urban areas while riding with the wind on board your rented yacht. The pristine national parks along Dubrovnik and the Marina Agana are a must in your bucket list.
Here are the islands you can visit and explore with a Flotilla Sailing adventure in Croatia.
The Mljet Island In Dubrovnik
The island of Mljet is one of the most beautiful islands in Dubrovnik. Its beauty is captivating. The Benedictine monastery on a small island within the island of Mljet is the most beautiful thing in the world and the sensational sea is so transparent. It is a quiet island that is surrounded by crystal clear water with several restaurants on site. The natural park is stunning and offers a serene tranquillity. It is worth the sailing journey to the small lake with crystal clear water and find a mixture of blue and green where you can dive in and enjoy for hours!
The Stiniva Cove In Vis Island
It is a beautiful beach island where most chartered boats pass by. It is safe to visit the Blue Cave and Green Cave. The island is small, but it has an incredible view of the ocean. The best way to explore it is by boat. It’s a lovely place that is worth visiting. The cliffs on which to climb and dive also make it a fun place for lovers of adrenaline and thrill!
The Island Of Trogir In Split-Dalmatia
The boat tour is highly recommended to anyone who wants to make an unforgettable sailing holiday and for those who want to experience the thrill and beauty of the sea. For adventurers who want to learn and discover the enchanted beaches on board a rented private boat, the experience is truly inimitable.
The Pakleni Islands Of Hvar
You can visit the various small islands in front of Hvar by taking the boats that hail from the port. The island is a paradise of unspoiled nature. It is strongly suggested to rent a boat and engage on a Flotilla Sailing adventure from morning up to the afternoon. In some islands there are small restaurants in other small islands, you should bring a packed lunch. The sea is a spectacle, filled with fantastic colors and transparent water. It is highly recommended to rent a boat to fully enjoy the views and the sea. For a full day, including fuel, a boat for 5 persons will cost about € 65-70 in total. If you take more than one day also you are able to get a discount. With the boat you can also reach the most isolated beaches, where you could not get otherwise.