Explore our tailored sailing routes in Croatia

Culture and history


Plunge into the warm, crystalline Adriatic sea from mid-May to the end of September. Soak up the sunshine, colourful coastlines, secluded coves and buzzing Mediterranean flair. This part of Croatia will even convince the landlubbers to take the leap.

  • Kastela (base marina near Split)
  • Slatine bay, Island of Hvar
  • Relax in Hvar
  • Fire islands: Saint Jerolim, Palmizana and Stipanska
  • Green Caves & Vis Island
  • Brac Island and Milna City
  • Tito’s Bay, Diocletian's Palace and Split

Away from the madding crowds


Dubrovnik wasn’t dubbed “The Pearl of the Adriatic” for nothing, the sense of awe never resides once in it’s presence. However, this brilliantly bewitching city is not the only reason worth going to Southern Dalmatia. From the historic birthplace of Marco Polo to the balmy beaches, skinny dipping spots and quaint fishing villages, the Southern Dalmatian coast has something for everyone.

  • Dubrovnik (base marina)
  • Island of Lopud and Bay of Sunj
  • Island of Mljet
  • Lastovo
  • Korcula - Marco Polo's birthplace
  • Peljesac Peninsula
  • Dubrovnik

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