DISCOVER CROATIA ON A
CREWED YACHT CHARTER
Discover hidden fjords and bays on a luxury yacht charter in Croatia. From the natural parks in the Kornati and Brijuni archipelagos to the historic towns of Split and Dubrovnik to a rich culinary offer, Croatia is the ideal getaway for your next Mediterranean holiday.
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BIG CHANGE II
HELIOS Falcon 115
A Croatia yacht rental takes guests to a mix of cultures and traditions stemming from a century-old history. Stunning landscapes span across an impressive 5000 kilometers of coast and 1185 islands, that are just waiting to be explored on a luxury yacht charter. Discover alluring beaches, picturesque oldtowns and crystal clear waters, surrounded by one of the greatest landscapes the Mediterranean has to offer.
Nature and landscapes on a Croatia yacht charter
There are plenty of reasons to travel to Croatia but on top of the list must be the natural parks and stunning dive sites. An absolute highlight is the Kvarner Archipelago, combining the islands of Cres, Kirks, Rab and Lošinj. On the picturesque islands, it also features the Plitvice lakes, which were among the first sights to be declared a UNESCO world heritage site. The bay of Kirk is another stunning site to drop anchor at and enjoy the view onto the pebbly and rocky coastline. When sailing on to Cres, charter guests will be impressed by the rich vegetation and crystal clear waters, surrounding karst rocks. After that there’s Rab, also called the island of happiness, which offers a vast variety of beaches and coves. Finally, we recommend a visit to Lošinj, known as the island of untouched nature, ideal for tall romantics and those who want to enjoy the calm and peaceful.
Luxury yacht charter Croatia: Dubrovnik & Split
Split and Dubrovnik, Croatia’s most famous towns, are an absolute must on a croatia yacht rental.
Dubrovnik, nicknamed the “Pearl of the Adriatic”, is easily recognisable by it’s high city walls, which famously served as backdrop for the series Game of Thrones. Take some time to explore the beautiful old town with its small streets, sights and boutiques. Another great experience is a lunch or dinner at 360, a Michelin star restaurant with an incredible view above the town and its surroundings. Finally, Dubrovnik is known for its diverse nightlife. From a wide selection of bars to nightclubs located in a 16th century fortress – Dubrovnik’s nightlife culture has something to offer to everyone.
Split on the other hand is a Dalmatian metropolis, known for its sandy riviera and the Diocletian Palace. This majestic, refined monument was built between 293 and 305 in the heart of Old Town, whose original structure is still remarkably well-preserved. Pass through the palace’s maze of alleys, columns, and cellars that lead up to panoramic belvedere overlooking the sea.
Where to cruise on a Croatia yacht rental
Besides the Kvarner Archipelago, Split and Dubrovnik, we highly recommend a visit to Zadar that boasts stunning Roman and Venetian ruins. Other hotspots include the islets of Ugljan and Pašman as well as the Kornati Archipelago, which is home to another charming national park. Discover an exaplary itinerary for Croatia here or contact the Silverstar Yachting team for your personalised itinerary today.