Best months to travel
May – October
Kuna is the official currency.
Croatian is the official language. English is well spoken.
Arrival / Departure Airport
Split international airport.
Let’s get something straight here. There’s no better way to experience the gorgeous Adriatic coastline of Croatia than by sailing it. Through history, empires have fought over Croatia’s beauty, leaving it with incredibly rich culture and heritage. With over 1000 islands to explore you’ll be hard pressed to find anywhere that has more on offer than these breathtaking islands. Spend your days visiting medieval castles, swimming in secluded bays, or ambling your way through olive groves. After yet another picturesque sunset over the Adriatic, indulge in some Peka to satisfy the appetite (a traditional Croatian dish slow cooked over red hot embers), before experiencing the local nightlife at one of the many chic cocktail bars. There is a reason that sailing Croatia has become world renowned, seize the opportunity to learn for yourself.
The Dalmatian Islands have something to quench all traveller’s thirsts. Visit the birthplace of Marco Polo on Korčula, get a taste of the iconic nightlife on the famously glamorous island of Hvar, or marvel at the natural beauty of the ethereal Blue Cave. Stop by Milna and stimulate the senses in a traditional Mediterranean fishing village or, visit Vis for a dose of history that dates into antiquity. The Pakleni Islands are also unmissable, with some of the most picturesque and secluded beaches and coves that Croatia has to offer. With so many amazing islands within a stone’s throw of each other the Dalmatian Islands offer a huge variety that can be catered to any travel desire. No matter the combination of these gorgeous islands, an exquisite sailing adventure awaits.