SAILING IN CROATIA - THE SAFEST HOLIDAY OPTION AT THE MOMENT
Here is all the information needed to help you plan your sailing holidays in Croatia. We suggest you take time to read them in order to turn your holidays into an experience of a lifetime.
With more than 1.000 islands that make up the most indented coastline on the Mediterranean, picturesque little villages on the islands rich in history and culture, world-class food and wine, well-preserved nature and mild climate it is no wonder Croatia became the world's top sailing destination and it is not an exaggeration to say that sailing in Croatia is now at the top of every travel bucket list.
Located in the central Dalmatian region on a small peninsula between mountains and the sea, Split is the second-largest city in Croatia and the largest on the Adriatic coast. As a typical Mediterranean city with a small-town vibe, Split offers the right balance between tradition and modernity. Once considered as simply the gateway to the islands, it is now deservedly becoming a destination in its own right. Besides the city’s main landmark – the Diocletian palace – there is so much more to see and to do in Split, it all depends on your personal likings and on the length of your stay.
If you are planning your next sailing holidays and wondering which would be a better option for you – a catamaran or a monohull - you need to consider both the pros and the cons of each to see what works better for your purposes. Each boat corresponds differently to your crew - in terms of size, age, couples, singles, families, friends - your destination and your holiday preferences. What you need to decide is which boat would be a better match.