Why should you take a yacht charter to Croatia this summer? There are so many reasons, and each one is the name of a coastal town. Chartering in Croatia is a yacht cruiser’s dream come true; here, you’ll find everything from wild partying to the regal air of antiquity. Croatia’s islands have been settled since the time of the ancients, and time has done nothing but improves their intoxicating charm. Take a yacht charter to Croatia to experience the delights that the Adriatic has in store!
Experience the charm of Komiza
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Komiza is a must-see Croatian destination. For those sailing on a yacht charter, it is the ideal coastal getaway. Komiza is a historically a fishing village, but it has become very popular for the yacht chartering crowd for its picturesque views. Charming 17th-century stone houses clinging to the side of the hills, contrasting with the deep blue of the sea. If you’re planning to yacht charter Croatia, don’t miss this. It is a bit far from the mainland, but it’s worth it. While you’re there, be sure to head to Bisevo, where you’ll find the Blue Grotto. There’s nothing quite like swimming in the eerie magic of the cave’s bottom-lit blue water!
See history in Vis Town
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Visit Vis while you’re yacht chartering through Croatia, and you’ll get a chance to see millennia of Croatia’s history. Leave your yacht in the harbor and head to land for a glimpse of the Roman baths and Greek cemetery, or walk through the Middle Ages at the English fortress. Stroll through the remains of a Medieval village to the newer side of the town for views of the docks. We mean “newer” in the Old-World sense, of course. The modern developments of Vis Town were begun in the 19th Century, and most of the buildings hail from that era. For a breathtaking view, enjoy dinner of the yacht while the sunset lights up the quaint coastline of Vis Town.
Mingle with the crowds in Hvar
Hvar Town is a massively busy Croatian port town, but when you chartering a yacht in Croatia, you’ll get the best of both worlds. You can engage with the jovial atmosphere of the party life until you’re ready to return to the peace and quiet of your yacht in the bay—no noisy hotels for you. Another perk to visiting Hvar by yacht is the accessibility you’ll have to the Pakleni Islands. Say goodbye to the coast of Hvar and take your yacht cruising to nearby Sveti Klement, a small, three-village island with a pebbly beach and crystal clear waters. Or, float on over to Jerolim, where you can strip down to your birthday suit and enjoy soaking up the sun.
Find peace in Stari Grad
After a couple days of partying in Hvar Town, you’ll likely be ready for some peace and quiet. For a tranquil atmosphere, cruise over to historic Stari Grad on your yacht charter. Croatia tourists love this town for its sweeping fields, water-front walk, and slow pace. You can enjoy food on the yachts with your fellow sailors, or head to shore for Croatian classics and a peaceful after dinner stroll.