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.
When it comes to nautical tourism in Croatia, it's the early bird that gets the worm. Indeed, there are many advantages in early booking in this particular field, not just in the form of a discount. You will be able to plan your trip in greater detail and nail down all the details you really want from your vacation.
Not to mention the excitement of knowing that your vacation is all set up and counting the days leading up to it.
But let's discuss that and much more in greater detail to know what precisely you can get if you opt for this kind of reservation.
A year ago, you probably didn't expect things to play out this way. Still, given the global pandemic, which is the whole world in a chokehold right now, it's time to start thinking about how nautical tourism and the coronavirus can coexist.
Fortunately, the very nature of this type of tourism makes it very resilient to the current situation. As a matter of fact, one might even argue that it can quite reliably keep you safe.