Starting in Istria, the westernmost part of Croatia, you can sail around Brijuni, or explore lively cities like Pula, Poreč and Rovinj. Head south to reach Dalmatia and discover the magnificent Zadar archipelago.

  • Explore the magnificent Brijuni Islands National Park near Pula, observing its diverse wildlife, including rare species of birds, and deer.
  • Discover hidden gems of the Zadar archipelago, like the Telašćica Nature Park on Dugi Otok.
  • Witness the pristine beauty of the Kornati Islands National Park, a breathtaking archipelago of 89 islands and islets.

Explore the magnificent Brijuni Islands National Park near Pula, observing its diverse wildlife, including rare species of birds, and deer.

Discover hidden gems of the Zadar archipelago, like the Telašćica Nature Park on Dugi Otok.

Witness the pristine beauty of the Kornati Islands National Park, a breathtaking archipelago of 89 islands and islets.

  • Discover the rich history of Pula, home to well-preserved remnants from Ancient Rome, such as the famous Roman amphitheater. 
  • Admire the Euphrasian Basilica in Poreč, a precious cultural monument dating from the 6th century.
  • Listen to the harmonious and soothing melodies of the remarkable Sea Organ in Zadar, created by the Adriatic Sea.
  • Dine in the Michelin-starred restaurants, such as Monte in Rovinj, and taste the exceptional flavors of Istria’s truffles and seafood.
  • Savor the local cuisine at Foša in Zadar, known for its fantastic seafood dishes.
  • Indulge in the local nightlife, with bar-hopping, dancing and drinks in the lively seaside towns of Umag, Novigrad and Poreč.

In the heart of coastal Hrvatske, you can find the historic cities of Split and Trogir, both great tourist spots. Sail south to find islands of Brač and Hvar, renowned for their stunning beaches and vibrant nightlife.

  • Marvel at the mesmerizing terraced lakes and thundering waterfalls of the Krka National Park.
  • Uncover hidden beaches, coves, caves and bays by sailing the isles of Drvenik, Šolta, Vis and Biševo. 
  • Don’t forget to take a swim at the amazing and unique Zlatni Rat Beach on Brač. 
  • Visit Split, home to the magnificent Palace of Diocletian.
  • Walk the historic city of Trogir, renowned for its blend of Roman, Baroque, and Renaissance architecture.
  • Explore the small, but historically rich island of Vis, with its diverse architecture influenced by Greek, Venetian, and Ottoman civilizations.
  • Indulge in culinary heaven in Hvar, visiting renowned restaurants like Passarola, and esteemed wineries like Dubokovic. 
  • If you’re a wine lover, don’t miss the Bibich Winery in Skradin near Krka, too. 
  • Enjoy fresh seafood and other delicacies of local restaurants, such as Antin Gušt in Šibenik.

Reach the southernmost part of Hrvatske, where the magic of Dubrovnik, its archipelago and other treasures wait for you.

  • Experience a truly unique landscape when passing through the Elaphite Islands near Dubrovnik, with their steep, rocky shores and scattered pine trees. 
  • Enjoy the views of the crystal clear waters and lush wetlands of The Neretva River canyon.
  • Discover why Dubrovnik is called “The Pearl of the Adriatic”, with its magnificent city walls.
  • Explore the historic churches and well-preserved hilltop forts in the Lastovo archipelago.
  • Visit the prestigious, walled city of Korčula, known for its inspiring architecture
  • Spend your time exploring the lush vineyards of the Pelješac peninsula, tasting the excellent local wines, like Plavac or Dingač.
  • Take in the stunning views of the Elaphite Islands by embarking on a kayaking tour. 
  • Try out some of the best Croatian restaurants in Dubrovnik, too, like the 360 situated atop the city walls. 

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  • Soak up the sun on stunning Ioanian beaches, such as Navagio (Shipwreck) Beach on Zakynthos surrounded by towering cliffs, the white-sanded Myrtos
  • Beach on Kefalonia, or the amazing Porto Katsiki Beach on Lefkada.
  • Don’t miss the opportunity to explore other landmarks, like Cape Drastis in Corfu, or the Blue Caves in Kefalonia.
  • Stroll down the famous Liston Promenade in the charming old town of Corfu, admiring the Venetian buildings along the way. 
  • Uncover the secret ruins of an ancient temple of Zeus in Kefalonia, and marvel at the impressive Venetian castle of St.George in Argostoli. 
  • Delve into the fascinating past of the medieval castle of Agia Mavra in Lefkada, and imagine the battles that once took place there. 

Surrounded by the sparkling Aegean Sea, the Cyclades are a natural paradise waiting to be explored. The most famous islands include Santorini, Paros, Naxos, Mykonos, Milos, Syros, Kythnos, and Delos.

  • Bask in the turquoise waters of the Paradise Beach in Mykonos, a bustling beach area known for its lively atmosphere and vibrant nightlife. 
  • Escape to the serene beauty of the Red Beach in Santorini, a secluded beach surrounded by towering cliffs and dazzling red sands. 
  • Take your pick from the many opportunities for outdoor adventures and exploration, including the famous hike to the top of Mount Zas in Naxos.
  • Step back in time as you visit places like the Minoan Palace of Knossos on Crete, one of the most important archaeological sites in the world. 
  • Discover the ancient city of Akrotiri on Santorini, a well-preserved settlement dating back to the 16th century BCE, often referred to as the “Pompeii of the Aegean.”
  • Journey to the mythical and sacred island of Delos, exploring the ancient ruins dedicated to Apollo, considered to be the birthplace of the god of light and music.
  • Experience the stunning sunset views and a wide selection of Greek dishes at Ammoudi Fish Tavern in Santorini-
  • Enjoy the mussel pasta and pariani salad at Ouzeri Halaris in Paros. 
  • Take a stroll through the picturesque villages of Andros, dance the night away in the ice-cool bars of Mykonos, or enjoy a relaxed evening by the sea in the quaint tavernas of Paros. 

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A yacht charter in the Balearics is very popular for those seeking a blend of stunning nature, rich history, and delicious cuisine. The largest and the most famous islands are Ibiza, Mallorca, Menorca, and Formentera.

  • Discover the stunning cliffs of Es Vedra in Ibiza, a towering rock formation considered to be one of the most magnetic places on Earth. 
  • Observe the varied wildlife in the Parc Natural de s’Albufera des Grau, a marshland area in Menorca that offers a range of activities, including picnicking, kayaking, and snorkeling. 
  • Don’t forget to visit the serene beaches of Formentera, like Ses Illetes, Llevant beaches and Platja de Migjorn, or the Cala Millor beach in Mallorca.
  • Admire the well-preserved fortifications, narrow streets, and historic buildings of Dalt Vila, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the heart of Ibiza. 
  • In Mallorca, see the Cathedral of Santa Maria of Palma, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture with intricate carvings and stained glass windows.
  • Visit the lighthouse of Faro de la Mola in Formentera, a historic beacon that offers panoramic views of the stunning island landscape.
  • In Ibiza, sample the traditional cuisine, such as the peix bullit, while enjoying the stunning views of the Mediterranean. 
  • Try Mallorca’s famous sobrassada sausage and ensaimadas, a sweet pastry, in one of the many local cafes and bakeries.
  • Stroll through the vibrant, narrow streets of Sant Francesc Xavier in Formentera, visiting the colorful market stalls, and trying out the local cuisine while enjoying the laid-back atmosphere.

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Sail along the stunning Amalfi obala, and explore picturesque towns such as Positano, Amalfi, Sorrento, and Capri.

  • Absorb the warmth of the sun on the gorgeous beaches, such as the wonderful Marina Granda or Arienzo beaches on Positano. 
  • Don’t miss the opportunity to explore the caves and grottoes along the coast, like the beautiful Emerald Grotto in Capri, or the Grotta dello Smeraldo in Conca dei Marini.
  • Witness the stunning churches and cathedrals of Positano, like the Chiesa di Santa Maria Assunta.
  • Take in the rich history by exploring the center of Amalfi, the picturesque streets of Sorrento, and the beautiful Gardens of Augustus in Capri.
  • Dine in the beautiful Italian restaurants like La Tagliata in Positano, or try the traditional, delicious pizza in Sorrento. 
  • Take an evening stroll through the charming streets of Capri, and enjoy a relaxed evening in one of the many bars and cafes along the coast.

Discover the Aeolian beauty and charm, located in the Tyrrhenian Sea. The most famous islands include Salina, Vulcano Porto, and Lipari.

  • Explore the volcanic landscapes, such as the famous Sciara del Fuoco in Vulcano, or the breathtaking area of Isola Bella near Taormina.
  • Embark on a scenic hike to Fossa delle Felci on Salina, a nature preserve located inside an extinct volcano, and enjoy the stunning views on the horizon.
  • Wander the streets of the charming old town of Lipari, once a thriving center of commerce and civilization in the Aegean Sea.
  • While there, you can also explore the Aeolian Museum, learning about the fascinating history and geology of the islands.
  • In the charming village of Stromboli, visit the historic church of St. Vincenzo, dating back to the 16th century.
  • Dine in one of the many charming restaurants in Lipari, and enjoy the stunning views from the terraces.
  • At Stomboli, indulge in a scenic lunch experience at Bar Ingrid, named after the renowned actress Ingrid Bergman, who played in the renowned film “Stromboli”.

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