Croatia is located in Southeast Europe, with over one thousand islands in the Adriatic Sea.
As the 18th most popular tourist destination in the world, taking a yacht charter to Croatia is an excellent way to ensure you have a fantastic and versatile vacation. Croatia has eight different tourist regions that each have a variety of activities for visitors. Istria, on the west coast of the peninsula, is rich with historical sites. Catch a concert at the world’s best preserved amphitheaters, dive off the coast to explore ancient Roman ruins and WWI warships underwater, or see 6th century mosaics at the Euphrasian Basilica when you choose to yacht charter this peninsula of Croatia.
For those more interested in exploring the outdoors, the Kvarner and Highlands region is for you. The Plitvice Lakes National Park is the most popular park in Croatia for a good reason; surrounded by three mountains, limestone caves, and numerous lakes this national park is breathtakingly gorgeous. A wide variety of animals reside in the Plitvice Lakes National Park, and is a haven to birdwatchers with at least 126 recorded bird species in the area. The Renaissance is still alive in the Dalmatia-Dubrovnik region with historical sites such as Sponza Palace, Rector’s Palace, and St. Savior Church. Game of Thrones fans will go crazy over the Dubrovnik Walls, which are a popular filming spot for the show, though this complex structure is a great site for all looking to yacht charter Croatia. To enjoy endless sunshine and beautiful beaches, go to the Dalmatia-Split region. The Makarska Riviera, a stretch of coastline, is complete with beaches, restaurants, cafes, clubs, kayaking, sailing, and hiking. Hvar, a large island in the area, boasts of being one of the sunniest spots in Europe, having 2715 hours of sunshine a year. Several festivals and events are held in sunny Hvar as well, meaning there is always something to do. Sailing Croatia is the best way to explore the abundant beautiful sites the country has to offer.