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Croatia

Sail over the crystal clear Adriatic Sea, with more than 1000 islands and inlets to explore. Go ashore to explore ancient towns, savor the local cuisine, or stroll around to see the fortresses and medieval villages. Explore the Islands of Hvar, Vis, Brac, and more. Plan a visit to the waterfalls of Krka National Park, or explore the legendary city of Dubrovnik.

All About 

Croatia

Known as having one of the most beautiful European coasts, Croatia is a stunning vacation destination home to cultural cities, picturesque ports, unique nature, and over a thousand different islands to explore. Located on the Adriatic sea, Croatia is known as one of the sunniest destinations in all of Europe and is famous for its people, traditions, food, and culture. Almost every city and town within its borders has a story to tell. Pula is home to one of the three remaining intact Roman coliseums globally; Porec is filled with sites that date back to Roman times; Korcula is rumored to be Marco Polo’s birthplace, and Dubrovnik is surrounded by defensive stone walls that date back to the 12th century. 

Above all else, Croatia is rapidly becoming known as the perfect beach destination and ideal for island-hopping. Each island has a different offering, so whether you want to have a luxury experience (Hvar island), go clubbing (Pag island), drink cocktails by the water (Lošinj island), or each delicious cheese and drink wine (Korčula island), there is an island off the coast of Croatia waiting for you.

Fast Facts About 

Croatia

  • The currency in Croatia is the Euro. ATMs are widely available in major cities and tourist destinations. 
  • It is home to the world’s smallest town called ‘Hum.’
  • Croatia was chosen to be one of the filming locations for the famous television series Game of Thrones. Remember King’s Landing? Those scenes were partially filmed in the cities of Split and Dubrovnik.
  • It is part of the European Union, but it is not in the Schengen Area or Eurozone. 
  • If you are a foodie, make sure to visit the Istria region, which is home to some of the country’s best wines, truffles, and olive oil.

Best time to visit 

Croatia

The best time to visit Croatia is between May and September, which is also the peak season. July and August are the hottest, busiest, and most expensive months. If you are looking to avoid the crowds, you can still visit the country during shoulder seasons: April-May and September-October. During these months, the weather is still warm, but the crowds are more manageable.

Chartering in 

Croatia

With many different islands to visit, chartering a yacht in Croatia seems like the obvious choice. Instead of checking ferry schedules and running from island to island, unpack all of your belongings on board before being whisked off to the island of your choice. Wake up every morning at a new location and explore Croatia and all it has to offer. 

Find out more about our charters in Croatia, and read our blog articles to learn more about why you should be planning a trip to Croatia shortly:

• The best things to do in Croatia

More Resources About 

Croatia

If you want to learn more about Spain, we recommend that you take a look at Visit Croatia, the official tourism website for the region, for more information about what to do as well as up-to-date information about COVID-19 entry requirements.

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