The Croatian coast is defined by hundreds of majestic islands that vary from tiny and unexplored to vast and wealthy, buzzing with nature reserves, ancient cities, and a host of recreational activities. One of the best experiences that Croatia has to offer is the opportunity to hop between islands as you get to explore the uniqueness and wealth of each island. The islands provide tourists with everything from scuba diving, beach parties, skinny dipping, canoeing, etc. Let us look at the 5 best sailing spots in Croatia.
Hvar is a luxurious and exciting island in Croatia characterized by beach parties and festivals. The summer months bring with them a multitude of music lovers for endless high-octane summer parties. The Mediterranean climate here is to die for, with a total of 2715 hours in the sun throughout the year. The town boasts an exceptional historical and cultural heritage and serves as the ideal tourist hub for guests searching for an island adventure. The pleasant sunny climate combined with the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean make for an amazing sailing spot for any water sports enthusiast.
Korcula Island can be accessed by a sailing boat or catamaran. This amazing town features a port located on the northeastern coast and is situated on a peninsula linked with a narrow isthmus. Marina Korcula can be found on the small bay towards the east side of the town. The town is known for its rich historical heritage and its unparalleled beautiful geographical location on the Pelijesac Channel. Korcula also has wealth in the shipbuilding, shipping trade, and stone-carving industries; and is the birth area of Marko Polo, the famous sailor.
The port of Milna has a spacious outer, shallow inner side, and is considered the best port on the Brac Island. It is located on the regional road passing through the whole island and features an array of aesthetic small bays. Sandy and pebbled beaches like Pasika, Maslinova, and Osibova can be found nearby and serve as a nice chilling spot. The ACI Marina Milna is the largest and safest marina on Brac Island, featuring 200 berths at sea and a further 20 on land.
What makes this scenic island stand out are the scenic blue, crystal-clear, sandy and pebbled beaches that surround it. The beaches offer a serene setting for a sailor. There are also a number of fine restaurants in the island ranging from traditional taverns to luxurious locations in the heart of Vis. The many beautiful bays surrounding the island provide a relaxing environment. Those who wish to explore the inland can walk just 10 km to access village settlements which provide village tourism and quality accommodation. Get to experience the warm hospitality of the locals as you sample the traditional dishes available.
Dubrovnik is one of the most favorite stops in the famous sail week of Croatia.. This historical town has a unique cultural and political heritage, with world-renowned monuments that have been named by UNESCO as World Cultural Heritage sites. Dubrovnik is also one of the most famous cities in the Mediterranean, boasting a myriad of attractions. Marin Dubrovnik is located in the Komolac region and the inner side of Rijeka dubrovacka, around 4km from the port of Gruz.