It’s true, Croatia is an economic destination to go on vacation. But it is also a paradise for lovers of navigation and the sea. Thanks to its rugged coastline and hundreds of islands located not far from the mainland, it is a sailing paradise. Croatia is the perfect combination between a holiday immersed in the most unspoiled nature and cities rich in history and art that you can visit. The most interesting option for making this trip is rent a boat whit Yacht Charter Trogir. Before reading about the most beautiful destinations for a boat tour, here’s some good advices for you to consider:
– Clothing: on the boat you always should carry a hat, sunglasses, a sweater for the evening, a k-way or windproof jacket with you. In any case, don’t bring with you too much clothes cause spaces are limited on the boat!
– Season: if you want to avoid crowds in Croatia, choose September, when temperatures are still mild, when most of the tourists are already gone and the prices to rent boats are lower.
– Galley: yes, eating is beautiful. Eat well, even better. Remember to organize a nice galley with various foods that are not too complicated to prepare.
– Adaptability and resilience are essential to face a boat trip and to live together in small spaces. If you want you to do a boat trip with friends, you need to be prepared to any complications and you need to be ready to adapt to any change. Travel with others is always more complicated than to travel alone. But every moment you live is way more intense than when you are alone.
When you decide to visit a country by boat, organization is obviously essential.
Obviously, we don’t need to get caught up in the programming craze, we also should relax and enjoy all the landscapes and emotions that this land can offer.
Dubrovnik is one of the most visited cities in the country and it has increased in popularity after being used as a set for the Games of Thrones TV series.
The “crowned islands” are in front of central Dalmatia. They are an archipelago of 140 islands and islets. Almost 90 of these islands are part of the Kornati National Park and many of them are uninhabited. The short distances between one island and the another make navigation simple and pleasant. The main feature of these islands, and which also gives the archipelago its name, are the crowns: rocks overlooking the sea
Spalato, split in Croatian, the heart of Dalmatia, has in its historic centre the Diocletian’s Palace, a building built between 295 and 305 AD. by the Roman emperors, and which looks like a villa-fortress. It’s also worth visiting the Cathedral of San Domino and the four gates of the city.
In Istria there are other undoubtedly places to visit such as:
Rovinj, with its labyrinth of narrow streets, squares and markets and the Church of Sant’Eufemia with its bell tower reminiscent of those in Venice.
Pula with its Roman amphitheatre, one of the best preserved in the Adriatic and among the largest in the world.
The Brijuni Islands, an archipelago of 14 islands and islets, which are part of the National Park of the same name.