The Region

Croatia is the land of a thousand islands, some with a bustling cosmopolitan town, many deserted and some with an unexpected single taverna. Home to one of Europe’s last unspoilt coastlines, the only way to truly appreciate the Croatian Coast is from the sea. An archipelago of hidden coves, Roman ruins, medieval villages, ancient forests and National Parks are just few examples of what you will witness while sailing this part of the Mediterranean.

We always say to the first time visitor, ‘the only way to see Croatia is from the water’. Breathtaking views and historic charm are the backdrop to this spectacular coastline, in our opinion the finest in Europe. From the scent and rich colour of the lavender fields on Hvar, the succulent green olives on Korcula, the delicious grilled fish on Lastovo, the Mljet National Park and excellent local wines, what more can a single country offer?

Ancient buildings capture the evening light in all the bays you visit on your boat – The Blue Grotto on the island of Bisevo is a true phenomenon of irridescent blue light. Experience the Venetian architecure of the Old City of Dubrovnik or the Heritage Town of Trogir, both masterpieces of Croatian Architecture. Safe moorings, deep anchorage, numerous sheltered inlets all reinforce Croatia’s attraction to sailing this coastline, whatever your interest we guarantee that Dalmatia is your perfect destination.

Map of the Coast of Croatia