Croatia, a country rich in traditions and artistic and natural beauties, is a land that offers numerous destinations to discover by sea. Sailing in Croatia is an unmissable experience that you can easily achieve renting a boat in Croatia. Catamaran, sailboat or motorboat - there are various options to explore the rugged and unspoilt coastline of this country surrounded by the Adriatic Sea, which is characterised by a mild climate for most of the year.
Dubrovnik has always been considered the pearl of the Adriatic and is the southernmost city in Croatia. In your itinerary sailing along the coasts of Croatia with the boat rental Dubrovnik you cannot miss this must-see, which attracts tourists not only for its architectural beauty, including the walls built between the twelfth and sixteenth centuries, but also for the view of the sea. Don't miss the opportunity to get lost in the intricate alleys of the old town, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Going northwards along the coast, you will find Split, the largest city on the Adriatic coast, located in central Dalmatia. Discover this jewel on the UNESCO World Heritage list with renting a boat in Split, known in particular because of the Diocletian's Palace, a majestic architectural complex built in the 3rd century and still accessible to the visitors today.
3. Island of Korcula
Halfway between Dubrovnik and Split is the island of Korcula, which belongs to the central Dalmatian archipelago and consists of small islands, many of which are uninhabited. It is an ideal destination for relaxing and experiencing its nature. With boat rental in Croatia you will have the opportunity to discover the most remote corners accessible only by sea.
4. Island of Mljet
A few kilometers from the island of Korcula you will find the island of Mljet, a green lung of the Adriatic, that you can discover renting a boat in Croatia. The island is known not only for the Mljet National Park, located in the north-western part of the island, but also for its pristine coastline.
5. Island of Brac
Another destination you cannot include in your itinerary to discover Croatia is the island of Brac, located in Dalmatia, a few kilometers away from Split, and characterised by a breathtaking landscape. With boat rental in Croatia you can explore the coasts of this island and sail along the canal in front of Zlatni Rat.
6. Island of Hvar
The flourishing vegetation, the architecture of its villages and sandy and pebble beaches make the island of Hvar the perfect must-see on your sailing itinerary in Croatia.
7. Island of Murter
Going north you cannot miss Murter, an island linked to the mainland by a movable bridge. Its small coves and golden beaches are the ideal oasis for mooring when renting a boat in Croatia.
8. Island of Pag
Located about 180 km away from Trieste, the island of Pag has a unique landscape that you can discover by renting a boat in Croatia. The territory is barren towards the mainland and rich in Mediterranean flora on the other side.
9. Island of Rag
North of the island of Pag you will find Rag, the fifth largest island on the Adriatic, characterised by sandy and shingle beaches.
Finally, with boat rental in Rovinj, you cannot miss Rovinj: the ideal destination that combines the beauty of the pedestrian old town and beautiful beaches where you can relax.