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Croatia is situated on the crossroads – it’s part of Central Europe, Southeast Europe and the Mediterranean. It has a lot of different landscapes and many natural beauties. Worldwide, it is the best known by its sea, islands and coast.The coast is 5835 kilometres long – 1777 kilometres of it is mainland seashore, and islands and islets make additional 4058 kilometres of shoreline. Once you decided to come and explore the Croatian coast question “Where to go?” remains. There are so many possibilities, and each one is appealing. How to decide?

The best solution is to go on a sailing/cruising trip because that gives you a possibility to visit many places. For a start explore Dalmatian islands and towns, then decide which would you love to visit the most and start with the planning of your holiday. If you need some itinerary suggestions check-out our sailing, cruising or diving routes.

Croatia is a true gem in a world's charter crown. If you are thinking of visiting it, don't! Just come and see it by yourself. It's impossible to write down all the reasons to visit it, but landscapes, historical towns, Mediterranean climate, food and perfectly clean sea need to be highlighted. Croatia is famous for its long coastline, 1.244 islands and islets, 8 national parks and 11 nature parks. With its good infrastructure and connections to the world, it's available to you whenever you want.

Gulet cruise in Croatia goes from May to October. Each charter period has its own advantages – May and October are the less crowded ones. In this periods you can truly rest yourself in the best way. These periods are cheaper as well and usually warm enough to swim in the Adriatic Sea. June and September are becoming more popular due to the season-extension that Croatia tries to reach. Great choice if you wish to avoid the peak tourist season and still enjoy all the benefits that Croatia offers. July and August – the best periods to experience the Croatia's best. The most happenings, festivals and other events are in these two months. Not to mention that the sea is the warmest in these 2 months and if you want to escape from the crowd, there are numerous hidden bays where you can simply relax.

Cruising the Croatian coast on a gulet mostly goes from Zadar in the north to Dubrovnik in the south. What can you see between these two? It would take too long to write down all, but let's just outline the most striking ones: national parks Kornati, Krka and Mljet, islands Murter, Šolta, Brač, Hvar, Vis, Korčula, Lastovo and Šipan. On the land you might visit cities Šibenik, Skradin, Trogir, Split, Omiš and Makarska. Each place, whether on island or land, has its own history and particularities.

You will be amazed by local customs and food. And when it comes to food, there is no person who can be disappointed by it in Croatia because it's so diverse. Croatian cuisine can easily satisfy even the most demanding gourmets, equally with the food and wines. What makes Croatia special is its diversity of people, influences, landscapes and food – everyone can find something special and unique that will become a lifelong memory.

Split Riviera

Split Riviera

Split Riviera is a place in which nature set about creating masterpieces

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Trogir Riviera

Trogir Riviera

Passing through Trogir riviera you will find richness of Mediterranean vegetation, olive orchards and vineyards, numerous islands and caves, gravelly and sandy beaches. Intact coastline is very favourable to sailors.

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Makarska Riviera

Makarska Riviera

Its excellent location in the heart of Dalmatia, its crystal clear and warm Adriatic water

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Dubrovnik Riviera

Dubrovnik Riviera

Dubrovnik Riviera stretches from the mouth of the Neretva River to Cape Ostro in the southern Croatia

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Šolta Island

Šolta Island

Šolta island is situated close to Split. Despite such proximity of the city, Šolta’s characteristic feature is its pristine natural charm.

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Brač Island

Brač Island

Hills covered with pine forests, little stone villages situated by the seashore and limestone karst are synonyms to Brac Island.

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Hvar Island

Hvar Island

Hvar island, in Croatian middle Adriatic, is the sunniest island of the Adriatic.

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Vis Island

Vis Island

The island of Vis is the right place for everyone who looks for the unique and real Mediterranean spirit and way of living.

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Korčula Island

Korčula Island

Hvar island, in Croatian middle Adriatic, is the sunniest island of the Adriatic.

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Lastovo Island

Lastovo Island

The island of Lastovo is a part of an archipelago called with the same name, which contains of 46 isles and reefs.

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Mljet Island

Mljet Island

Mljet is one of the biggest islands you can see while entering Dalmatian Adriatic from south.

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Elaphite Islands

Elaphite Islands

The group of islands is situated on the west from Dubrovnik and gives a special glare to this part of the seashore, especially at summer sunset, when they look the most wonderful.

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