Our Croatia Sailing Guide can be of special benefit to all sailors who like to travel and discover new lands for they will be able to choose their destination more easily. Croatia continues to boast features rarely found elsewhere. Eastern Adriatic coast and its islands offer a wide range of tourist recreation options, from summer holidays, to sailing, fishing, hiking, trekking, kayaking and cycling through ancient monuments and stunning marine ambient.
In this Sailing Guide we try to provide information about sailing destinations which we find attractive to modern pleasure sailors. Destinations include the whole coastal area of Croatia, divided in four sailing regions. Each destination is accompanied by a short description of places and interesting spots. Each season, every place offers something different and new. In this Guide we will try to provide all important and interesting information for each place you can reach during your Sailing in Croatia.
Istria is by far the largest peninsula on the eastern side of the Adriatic. Settled in the past by Italians, Slovenes and Croatians, some 90% of this territory today lies in Croatia, while its most northwesterly districts make up Slovenia's littoral. To the west, across the Adriatic, is Italy; to the east, across the Gulf of Kvarner, lies mainland Croatia, while to the south are the hundreds of island jewels that lie adjacent the Dalmatian coast.More
Northern Dalmatia, as represented in this Atlas, covers the coastal region from the mouth of the Zrmanja River in the north, to Primosten in the southeast. It also covers a portion of the broad Ravni Kotari hinterland as well as the Zadar - Biograd coastal strip. A low and gently undulating plain, Ravni Kotari is the most fertile part of northern Dalmatia...More
Central Dalmatia extends from the Krka river in the northwest to the Neretva river in the southeast. In addition to the immediate coastline, it also encompasses two large islands - Brac and Hvar - as well as a number of medium-sized islands, such as Vis, Solta and Ciovo, not to mention a great many smaller islands. The hilly hinterland is separated from the sea by a succession of mountain chains...More
Southern Dalmatia is the smallest, narrowest and least populated part of the Croatian coast. It includes a relatively narrow coastline strip near the Neretva River, ending at the national boarder with Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Peljesac Peninsula, the islands of Korcula, Lastovo and Mljet as well as the Elaphite Islands with three smaller populated islands: Sipan, Lopud and Kolocep.More