Destination Croatia: the Adriatic Jewel
A crossroads of civilizations
Bordered by the Adriatic Sea, the Croatian coastline is impressive with its 1,750km of sheltered bays, intimate coves, idyllic beaches or cities and around 1,200 islands facing the Croatian’s shore. Rent your boat in Croatia and leave straight away for new adventures full of discoveries.
Dubrovnik, the pearl of the Adriatic
Dubrovnik is a must-see city during your cruise in Croatia; you cannot miss it! Dubrovnik is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site; a lot of different civilizations have settled there over the centuries and you can notice it by looking at the city’s architecture. The Assumption Cathedral, the Franciscan Church and Monastery, the Onofrio’s Fountains and the Clock Tower are just a few examples of what you’ll discover while walking around Dubrovnik and its narrow streets. Enjoy your boat rental Croatia fully and explore Croata’s islands, Lostovo, Brač or Hvar. You’ll be delighted by their beautiful beaches.
Pula, discreet charm
Pula is located in the Istria Region, in the North of Croatia, not far from Italy. The city is known for its impressive amphitheater and its Italian flair. Pula is the perfect starting point for various excursions with your rental boat in Croatia, from the Brijuni archipelago to Rovinj and its Venetian charm or to the green forests and the emerald green water of the Lim Fjord. Pula is full of treasures!
Good to know: Italy has had a big influence on the Istria region over the centuries so that all the citizens are bilingual and can speak Croatian and Italian.
From Sibenik to Split, the wild coast
These cities located in the center of Dalmatia are the perfect locations to lift the anchor and set sails to Dalmatia’s islands and islets. Small and deserted coves, nice bays, medieval cities and fishing villages are to see all along the coastline.
Northern Dalmatia, another side of Croatia
Croatia’s rich coastline offers various landscapes; you’ll notice it easily by sailing up to the North of Dalmatia. Steep mountains in the middle of unspoiled nature are the symbol of Northern Dalmatia where you can explore Zadar, Ugljan Island, Sukosan (with its sandy or pebbly beaches) and the Kornati National Park, to name but a few examples.
5 cities or islands to discover with your boat rental Croatia:
- Brač: favorite island of the sliding sports enthusiasts . Brač is known for its beach in a distinctive shape called Zlatni Rat.
- Rovinj: this city in Istria is called “little Venice” because of its colorful houses and the Church of St. Euphemia.
- Porěc: the city is the perfect example of Croatia’s rich and diverse heritage with its lanes from the Roman era and its Euphrasian Basilica in a byzantine architecture.
- Split: this is a must-see city during a trip in Dalmatia. The huge Diocletian’s Palace built for the Roman Emperor Diocletian at the third century is definitely worth visiting. You’ll also like the typical streets, the sunny terraces and small restaurants of the city.
- Ugljan: this island is a bucolic holiday destination. Walking on the island after having spent a day relaxing on a beach with crystal clear water is just a dream! Olive trees, fig trees, pines and vineyards await you there.
Croatia is only a few hours away from the United-Kingdom by flight what makes Croatia easy to reach and to explore. Relaxing on idyllic beaches, discovering cities with centuries-old architecture and charm, sailing along the Croatian coast… a boat rental in Croatia offers you a lot of possibilities.
The three key points to remember before starting your cruise in Croatia:
- Croatia has an interesting history so you’ll be able to meet a crossroads of civilizations during your journey.
- You’ll find small towns, hidden coves and incredible beaches all along the Croatian coast.
- You’ll be sailing under a mild sun from April to September thanks to Croatia’s Mediterranean climate.