Why sailing in Croatia?
- Iconic islands and cities
- Magical sunrises & sunsets
- Mediterranean cuisine
- Unique sailing experience
Croatia is one of the ecologically best preserved parts of Europe! It is a land with sunny and warm Adriatic Sea. It is well known for its iconic islands, the number of which in Mediterranean is second only to Greece. Sailing in Croatia is truly a unique experience.
Many boats sail the Croatian water and around the islands of Dalmatia, which is one of the true wonders in Europe and has arguably some of the clearest waters. Do not hesitate any further: go sail Croatia and its azure blue waters of the Adriatic and discover one of the last habitats of the Griffon Vulture in Europe. Dedicated nature lovers will also love a not so rare view on dolphins swimming near by. Whatever you decide to do, you will find that this is a place where the colours of nature are at their warmest and fullest.
Spend seven days experiencing the beauty of the Adriatic – from the Venetian party town of Hvar to the gorgeous secluded coves of island Solta and Vis. You will discover the culture, historic forts, picturesque churches and fantastic seafood for which Croatia is known. Sail to Croatia.
- Croatian is a member of European Union
- Location: Central Europe and Southeast Europe
- Capital: Zagreb
- Population: 4.5 million
- Number of islands: 1185
- Language: Croatian
- Currency: Kuna (1 Kuna = 100 Lipa).
- Time Zone: GMT +3 (summer), GMT +2 (winter)
- Electrical Power: Standard 220 Volt
- Climate: Mediterranean. Temperatures in July and August typically range from 25°C to 35°C (77°F – 95°F)
Route & activities
We prepared the most adventurous route & activities. Find out more.
Parties & nightlife
Each night we organize special Sails Up parties for the crew. Check it out.
How it works?
Get to know more about the trip and how it can work for you, even if you can’t sail.
Book your week now! And experience the best summer of your life.