Croatia Yacht Charter Itinerary

A yacht charter itinerary that will let you explore picturesque islands and medieval coastal towns

Perfectly poised between central Europe and the Balkans, Croatia is an idyllic yachting locale with a dense history of cultural influences. The object of desire for many civilizations centuries ago, Croatia’s towns are adorned with everything from Napoleonic forts and Roman columns, to Slavic churches and Venetian town squares.

Dubrovnik to Split Itinerary

Dubrovnik Croatia
Start your week in Dubrovnik and end it in Split with an itinerary that takes you through some of Croatia’s most beautiful and fascinating islands and coastal towns. If you wish to have a slower pace on your charter but still see all the best Croatian Coast has to offer, this is the itinerary for you. Click for Dubrovnik to Split itinerary

Kotor to Split Itinerary

Kotor Montenegro
Get the best of Croatia’s enchanting cities, interesting history and idyllic landscapes with this 7-day itinerary from Kotor (Montenegro) to Split. This itinerary is more intense and faster paced but it let’s you explore a larger area of the Croatian Coast. Click for Kotor to Split itinerary

Perfect for yachters and boat enthusiasts alike, Croatia is equal parts adventurous and serene. To make the most of your next Croatia yacht charter, visit the areas listed below and experience its wonder firsthand.

Within each town, family-run tavernas serve local fare drizzled with Croatian olive oils and paired with the area’s popular, award-winning wines. Its islands and mainland are surrounded by the crystal waters of the sapphire-blue Adriatic Sea, while its dramatic coastlines of jagged mountains, river canyons, waterfalls and pebbled beaches make for an enchanting Yachting Paradise of its very own.

Here is some information on each of the four coastal regions of Croatia:

RovinjIstria and Kvarner: Close to the Slovenian border, Istria is Croatia’s largest peninsula; regarded for its beautiful coast, historic towns, delicious local fare and popular cities like Poreč, Rovinj and Pula. Just south of this haunt is Kvarner, which is recognized for its mountainous inland, narrow coastal strip, four rivieras and numerous islands and islets.

KornatiNorth Dalmatia: Perfect for yacht charter guests looking for a combination of quietude and adventure, the region of North Dalmatia stretches from the Kvarner Riviera all the way to Split. As beautiful as it is significant, North Dalmatia is known for its beautiful coastal towns, expansive views, mild climates and warm, welcoming inhabitants.

BracCentral Dalmatia: Consisting of Split’s surrounding area, as well as its expansive archipelago, the islands of Central Dalmatia possess an incredible historic significance. From naturally beautiful haunts like Hvar and Brac Islands and Island Vis, to Trogir, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Central Dalmatia is an ideal place to explore, relax and discover.

DubrovnikSouth Dalmatia: The most elegant of the Croatian islands, South Dalmatia is home to popular tourist destinations like Dubrovnik, Kor čula, Pelje šac, Island Mljet and Lastovo. Filled with historic landmarks, antiquated villages, a relaxed island vibe, and a forever local, authentic feel, the islands of South Dalmatia are a “must-see” for any yachter sailing through the Adriatic Sea.