With its 5,800 km of coastline and over 1.000 islands the Adriatic coast of Croatia is the most indented one on the Mediterranean. Picturesque little villages, rich in history and Mediterranean charm, hidden bays and beaches, accessible only by sea, fair winds for sailing – all of this makes for superb sailing holidays with countless possible itineraries. No wonder Croatia became the world’s top sailing destination.
Located in the middle of the Eastern Adriatic coast, Split is an ideal starting point for your sailing holidays in Croatia since from Split you can go either to the south or to the north choosing amongst the numerous possible sailing routes.
Split is easily accessible by any means of transport: plane, car, ferry, train, bus
An ideal route for the newbies to sailing, first-time visitors to Croatia and families with small children since.
The ambitious route for those who enjoy sailing and for those who would like to visit as many different islands as possible in a week's time.
From Split to Dubrovnik and back in two week time while visiting all the main islands on the way. Each day a new island or a new place on the same island.
From Split up to Kornati and back. Ideal route for those who are in the first place looking for peace, beautiful and untouched nature with no or little civilization.
Photo credit: Author: Stipe Surać, Source: HTZ, Croatian Tourist Board www.croatia.hr
From Split up to the Telašćica park of nature and then back down to the island of Vis. In two weeks' time, you will experience both the untouched nature of the naked and mostly uninhabited islands of the Kornati archipelago and visit Vis and Hvar towns which history goes back to ancient times and which are nowadays very popular mundane cities .
Photo credit: Author: Alexandar Gospić, Source: HTZ, Croatian Tourist Board www.croatia.hr