During your vacation, surrender to the culinary delights and taste the famous subterranean treasure of Istria: the truffle. Do not forget the home-made bread and the exquisite olive oil known as "fluid gold". Spoil your taste buds and treat yourself to a glass of delicious Istrian wine.
When navigating be sure to turn into the Brijuni National Park, where you can relax and enjoy the wonderful nature spilling into the beautiful sea.
Visit the Vransko Lake, the largest lake in Croatia, which provides a wonderful experience for all bird enthusiasts and people who enjoy spending their free time in nature. For those who prefer climbing, we recommend a visit to the natural parks of Velebit and Paklenica.
The wonderful site of the Krka River merging with the sea can be viewed in the green gorge of the Krka waterfalls, where you can also bathe and cool off.
One of the most renowned late ancient architectural objects is the Diocletian Palace in Split, which through a series of architectural sites paves the way for early Christian, Byzantine and early medieval art.
Visit the Pakleni Islands, including numerous little islands with deep sandy bays, which feature a specific flora, which has now sprawled into a natural botanical garden.
Sailing is always so much fun! No matter the length or type of the boat, the moment you embark you’ll become sea adventurers. Whether you’re on board with kids or friends, spending seven days in a small space like a boat can be quite a challenge. But, when initial enthusiasm disappears, it’s necessary to have planned activities to do on board. And no, we don’t refer only to the period when the kids are on board. Even adults can get bored by constant swimming, sun bathing and chatting. So, here is the list of activities you can do on board during a one-week charter.
If you are a person who does not enjoy the sun scorching your skin, hardly being able to breathe during hot summer days, or do not like summer crowds in marinas or at sea, keep reading – this is the blog for you!
The Croatian coast is beautiful throughout the year and is worth a visit even when the summer heat drops slightly. During summer, many tourists leave, and in autumn Croatia becomes an ideal destination for those who enjoy exploring coastal towns, sailing and discovering the beautiful peaceful coves. The sailing season in Croatia runs from April to the end of October, and sailing enthusiasts generally choose September and October for their vacation. In this blog, we’ve tried to find out why, and have gathered the reasons why these periods are the most interesting for true sailors!