Discover the best of the Eastern Meditteranean this summer by chartering a luxury yacht to Croatia. Offering the perfect blend of contemporary living with tradition and rich culture, this hidden gem is an ideal destination to explore by water. With over 1,000 islands, crystal clear waters and a stunning coastline, Croatia is rapidly becoming one of the most sought after summer cruising destination. Here we share our list of the top five places for summer 2020.
If you are looking to soak up some history, then you will love the city of Dubrovnik. Best known for its distinctive Old Town, which is encircled with massive stone walls dating back to the 16th century, historical buildings here range from Baroque churches to Renaissance palaces and Gothic castles. Nicknamed ‘the Pearl of the Adriatic’, don’t miss out on the vibrant and exclusive nightlife and rich marine life.
Centrally located, Trogir is ideally located for those chartering a luxury yacht down the coastline. The seaside city offers plenty of secluded beaches and anchorage locations, perfect for some quiet time sunbathing or enjoying the warm waters. Constructed over a prolonged period of time, the city features numerous architectural styles ranging from Romanesque to Renaissance and Baroque.
Let yourself be amazed by the Roman arches, ruins and arena, all within walking distance of the port of this city. If you are looking for nature, then head to the nearby Brijuni National Park for some unspoiled beauty. Or take to the shallow bays to practice your scuba diving and snorkelling skills.
A quaint island located near Hvar, this island is a protected nature park. Known to be one of the most peaceful islands in the East Meditteranean, spend the day swimming, exploring the many hidden coves, or strolling through the hills. Stop at the small lighthouse islet of Plocica at low tide to enjoy the rock pools.
Dalmatian Islands: Hvar & Korcula
A visit to Croatia is not complete without visiting the Dalmatian Islands. Hvar, seen as the entry point to the archipelago of tiny islands, is a must-see. Its port has all the luxuries one could want, while its shores are covered in vineyards and olive trees. Similarly, the island of Korcula, one of the largest Dalmatian Islands, offers some of the best beaches and forests in the region.