Croatia’s Top Coastal Party Spots

If you wish to add a night fun to your charter, visit one of these party islands

HvarCroatia has become one of the world’s top places for partygoers, especially on the coast and islands. If you are planning a yacht charter in Croatia, you’ll want to add some of these vibrant party destinations to your itinerary.

Zrce Beach, Pag Island

Known as the “Croatian Ibiza,” Pag Island’s Zrce Beach has four all-hours clubs that bring the world’s leading DJs and musicians to entertain partygoers. The party atmosphere extends to beach, pool and boat parties, too. The town of Novalja in the north part of the island is also known for its exciting nightlife. In the summer, Pag Island is home to some of the world’s best music festivals.

Clubs to visit: Kalypso Club, Papaya, Aquarius Zrce, Noa Beach, Euphoria, Cocomo

Tisno

This eccentric Dalmatian town stretches from the mainland over to Murter Island, and is known for its beautiful sunsets, quaint sandy beaches and gorgeous architecture. You’ll find fun in Tisno’s festivals, dancefloors by the sea, boat parties, nightclubs and even a tiki bar.

Clubs to visit: The Garden, Barbarella

Hvar

Hvar is known as Croatia’s sunniest island, and is a favorite destination for celebrities. It’s serene and peaceful by day, but when the sun sets, it comes alive with partygoers. Whether you crave action or relaxation, Hvar’s nightclubs, bars and lounges lined along its medieval harbor will satisfy your cravings — whether you want to sip on a cocktail or dance the night away.

Clubs to visit: Carpe Diem, Hula Hula, Kiva Bar

Pula

A seaside city on the Istrian peninsula, Pula has spectacular Roman architecture, including an amphitheater that is both a historic site and a venue for summer concerts and festivals. Pula also has the best nightlife in Istria, with something to suit everyone’s tastes.

Clubs to visit: Aruba Club, Rock Club Uljanek, Cargo Club

Split

The second largest city in Croatia and the largest in the Dalmatian region, Split is located on the eastern shore of the Adriatic. Centered around the palace of Roman Emperor Diocletian, it’s a transportation hub and a popular tourist destination. Party life includes more relaxed, casual options, upscale clubs, and lively venues with live music. One of its clubs is even located in the ferry terminal.

Clubs to visit: Inbox, Imperium, Tropic

Vodice

Located on the Adriatic coast, Vodice is a small town with one of the largest clubs in Croatia. It’s a popular destination for tourists who wants to relax on a beach by day and then dance the night away.

Clubs to visit: Hacienda, Hookah Bar, Exit Club

Makarska

A port town on the Dalmatian coast, Makarska is famous for its beaches, markets, lively waterfront promenade, and nightlife. The club that everyone comes here for is Club Deep, also known as the Rave Cave, which is located in a former WWII weapons depot.

Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik has some of the most diverse and exciting nightlife in all of Croatia. Lively pubs, cocktail bars, jazz and latin music clubs, and large scale nightclubs are just some of what Dubrovnik has to offer.

Clubs to visit: Revelin, Fuego, Buza

Korcula

An island in the Adriatic, Korcula is located just off Pelješac peninsula. It is recognized by the medieval towers and walls that fortify its harbor, but at night, visitors flock to Boogie Jungle for its fun vibe. It’s the place to really let loose and dance all night, especially at one of its theme parties.