Sailing holidays in Croatia: discover the islands, islets, and reefs of the Croatian Archipelago.

Boating holidays in Croatia. Explore Split, Sibeni, Dubrovnik, Makarska and Trogir.

Fantasising of a holiday on a sailboat or catamaran in Croatia, with an experienced local skipper navigating your experience? Luckily, you're in the right place. Island hopping around Istrian peninsula and Dalmatia is truly an unforgettable experience - where crafted travel itineraries allow you to discover both the lesser-known secret jewels of the region, as well as the well-known iconic locations.

Sail around: Split, Sibeni, Dubrovnik, Makarska and Trogir.

Best time to travel: Sailing trips around Croatia are ideal between May and November.

Costs: A sailing weekend from €150 per person, a week sailing from €450 per person.

Sailing in Istria:

Pula in Istria has lots to offer. Small fishing villages, sun, crystal clear water, traditional restaurants with delicious local dishes. A special highlight is the bilingual island of Rovinj, which is considered by some as the most beautiful city in Croatia. Stroll through the narrow, historic streets, be inspired by the many small art galleries, and then take a break in one of the many charming cafes or bars.

Sailing Split:

Split is located in Dalmatia and is the second largest city in the region. It lies on a peninsula and is surrounded by various stunning mountain ranges, which are perfect for hiking. Around the Split area you can explore many islands by boat.

Sailing Kornati:

Kornati is an Archipelago of Croatia, which is a national park. It stretches from Zadar to Sibenik, and is only truly explored aboard a sailboat. Most of the small islands and their impressive rock faces, hidden bays and beautiful landscapes are only accessible by boat.

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