Croatia

The crystal-clear Adriatic Sea is the paradise of the Mediterranean! Sprinkled like pearl drops across the blue of the sea, the 1,244 islands, isles, cliffs, reefs and rocks that comprise the Croatian Adriatic provide 1,244 unique reasons to dream of sailing adventure.

With a land area of 56,691 square kilometres and a population of about 4.4 million people, Croatia offers much to see and do. Along the Croatian coast, which spreads for over than 1700km, are situated many towns and over 1000 islands, and each one of them is different.

The Republic of Croatia is situated along the Adriatic Sea, just across the water from Italy. A yacht charter with Diverse Projects will take you through all the nooks and crannies of the romantic coastal regions of Croatia.

Popular island destinations are Brijuni (a national park), Krk, Cres, Susak (one of the rare islands that nature created from sand), and Kornati (a national park). They are ideal destinations for sailing in Croatia and having perfect holidays. When visiting towns you can see a variety of cultural heritage, some towns are more than 3000 years old. Towns like Pula, Split, Zadar and Dubrovnik are worth visiting not only for their historical significance, but also for the fun and relaxation they offer, both in terms of night life and day activities such as windsurfing, canoeing, diving, undersea exploring...

Sailing in Croatia is the best way to discover the beautiful Croatian coast and makes for a magical holiday. The world is your oyster as you cruise along the Adriatic on your luxury private yacht... picture-perfect scenery, crystal clear turquoise waters, pristine beaches, friendly locals and a party scene like no other - it's easy to see why sailing through Croatia is the absolute must-do adventure on the European summer calendar. Cruising distances can be short and days set at a leisurely pace, as islands and harbours lie at convenient intervals throughout the cruising area.

The best period for a stay on the Croatian coast is between April and October. Summer temperatures can reach 38°C, while the sea temperature reaches a pleasant 26°C during the summer period. The high season (July and August) offers lots of fun, entertainment and excitement to guests eager for such a holiday, whereas the diversity of the Croatian coast also offers many peaceful and quiet places for guests looking for a rest far away from the loud music of the disco clubs.

Croatia, a Mediterranean country blessed with a thousand islands, crystal clear sea and architectural heritage that spans through millennia, is certainly one of the most attractive sailing destinations in the world.

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