Tips On a Sailing Holiday in Croatia

The nation of Croatia, which is officially called as “Republika Hrvatska”, is situated in south-central Europe from the Adriatic coast’s northeastern region. From the group of the Balkan states, it is located in the section.

Croatia’s major territories include the Croatia proper, Istria ( the bulk of its land area), Slavonia, and Dalmatia. The nation is divided into 21 administrative constituencies. Its shoreline, which is great for sailing, stretches up to 3,000 miles.

Start your trip, if you would like to sail into the southern areas of Croatia. It is one of the most visited tourist attractions of Croatia, notably by yacht enthusiasts, to the Adriatic Sea due to its close proximity. The city of Dubrovnik, which has a population of about 45,000, is a center because of historic Rector Palace, its urban walls, and remarkable convents.

I recommend that you stay in a local hotel in town and take a couple of days of your charter. You can also book and enjoy your sailing holidays in Croatia by visiting http://www.sailing-holidays-in-croatia.com/.

As a general guide you should regard Split to Dubrovnik as a minimum of a 1 week trip and allow two weeks if you would like to start and finish in the same marina.Aside from Dubrovnik, yacht charter Croatia includes the ports of Marina, Baska Voda, Vodice, Split, Pula, Biograd Porec, Rovinj, and Zadar.

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