Krk Yacht Charters

Krk yacht charters offer beautiful beaches and a gourmet experience

Called the “Golden Island” because of its mild Mediterranean climate, geographic location in the heart of Kvarner Bay and collection of natural gems, Krk Island is as enchanting as it is unique.

As the largest of Croatia’s 1,185 islands, Krk is also one of the busiest – boasting throngs of visitors from across the globe, namely Germany and Austria, visiting its verdant grounds to stay in its plentiful holiday houses, campsites, and hotels.

With a varied landscape, one that includes everything from lush forests to jagged, rocky cliffs, Krk is dotted with a handful of small, historic settlements.

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Krk Yacht Charters – Things to Do & See

Krk yacht charters

Baska

Forming a semicircle along Baska Beach, a 2-kilometer stretch of pebbled ground and sparkling, translucent waters, is the town of Baska. Regarded as ‘the town at the end of the world” – because of its place at the end of Krk’s long, main island road. Baska is recognized for its beautiful beaches, historic, but whimsical mainlands, and immaculate views.

Punat

Home to only 1,800 inhabitants, the small town of Punat can be found on the southern coast of the island of Krk. Filled with quaint, charming streets, seaside houses, local taverns, and arched doorways everywhere you turn, Punat is a town steeped in Croatian tradition. Home to the biggest and oldest marina in the entire Adriatic Sea, one large enough to accommodate 1,200 ships at one time, Punat is the ideal destination for yachters to come anchor and explore.

Krk Town

Located on the island’s northern coast, Krk Town is the center of life in Krk. Built around an ancient walled city center, today, the town has expanded to include surrounding hills and bays, a port, beaches, camping grounds and hotels. A testament to its interesting history, Krk Town still houses the remains of Roman settlements, ancient walls, historic gates, a grand Romanesque cathedral, and a 12th-century Frankopan castle; remnants of the past that are a part of daily living in Krk Town, today.

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To make the most of your next yacht charter in Croatia, stop by Krk Island and explore the towns listed below for a taste of Croatian history like you’ve never seen before.