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Sailing Destinations

7 Day Active Sailing Itinerary - Korcula Island Croatia

Departing from the serene shores of Vis, it is time for the next stop on your 7 day Croatian sailing itinerary: Korčula. As the second most populated island in the Adriatic, Korčula serves as a vibrant, welcoming port with something for everyone. Whether you are in search of the best beaches, the most exciting parties, or the finest wine and dining in Croatia, you will find that Korčula offers all of this and more.

Still, you need somewhere to get started, which is why we have come up with a list of recommended activities and destinations to check out while you are in Korčula!

Difference Between Sailing in Turkey, Croatia and Greece

You’ve been dreaming of a Mediterranean charter cruise for as long as you can remember. The tranquil, sparkling blue waves … the warm sun and the balmy breeze … the picturesque seaside villages … the delicious flavors of Mediterranean wines and cuisine.

But where should you travel? You are tempted by Greece, Croatia and Turkey—but you know you cannot sail to all three. What are the differences in sailing off the coasts of each of these countries, and how do you know which will offer you the vacation you are dreaming of?

7 Day Active Sailing Itinerary: Day 2: Brač

You may feel sad to leave Split behind, but your Croatian adventure has just begun, and it’s on to your next port of call … Brač! This charming island features historical villages, delicious restaurants, wineries and hiking trails. Outdoor lovers will find plenty to do in the beautiful coastal waters surrounding the island—not to mention excitement along the nearby Cetina river on the mainland. But make sure to save some energy; Brač’s famous beach parties can go all night long.

With so much to see and do while you are in Brač, how do you narrow it down?

Here are the top activities we recommend for an unforgettable visit!

7 Day Active Sailing Itinerary : Day 4: Vis | Yacht Charter Croatia

Sorry to leave behind beautiful Hvar?  While you won’t soon forget partying into the night at Carpe Diem or kayaking around the Pakleni Islands, Day 4 of your Active Sailing Itinerary of Croatia takes you to the unspoiled shores of Vis.  Vis is an extraordinary place because (< our article about 7 wonders of island Vis) it used to be designated off-limits to tourists by the Communist military.  As a result, its forests and beaches have a more rugged feel than many you will find elsewhere along the Dalmatian coast.  Add to that the fact that Vis is geographically more remote, and you have a secluded, tranquil getaway.

What should you plan to do and see while you are exploring Vis?  Here are some suggestions to make your vacation truly unforgettable!

7 Day Active Sailing Itinerary: Day 1: Split

As the largest city on the Croatian coast, Split may not be the only place where the party is at, but it is definitely where the party starts. Here you can immerse yourself in the balmy Mediterranean climate and the inviting, vibrant crowds of one of the Adriatic’s hottest destinations for music and nightlife. There is so much to see and do just within Old Town alone that we recommend showing up at least a day early to make sure that you have a chance to enjoy all that Split has to offer.

Every visit to Split is going to be unique. This is a city where spontaneity and serendipity thrive, leading to unforgettable life experiences. Still, planning ahead will ensure that you get a chance to check out the best nightlife, sports and activities. Following are a few must-see destinations and activities to add to your bucket list.

With more than 2,800 hours of sunlight every year, Hvar is steeped in the kind of Adriatic weather that vacationers crave when they book their trips. What should you see and do while you are here? Here are our top recommendations for active travellers.

You’ve left behind the outdoor wonderland of Brač, but now you are in for a treat as you drop anchor at Hvar. With more than 2,800 hours of sunlight every year, Hvar is steeped in the kind of Adriatic weather that vacationers crave when they book their trips. On Hvar, a rich heritage meets with modern-day opulence in a sun-drenched realm that is brimming with possibilities. What should you see and do while you are here? Here are our top recommendations for active travellers.