Croatia is one of the most popular destinations for sailing holiday. Length of Croatian coast is 5835 km, there are 1246 islands and 67 of them are populated.
National currency is Croatian Kuna (Kn)
Croatia can be very proud of its historical monuments, crystal clear sea and gastronomic offer.
Croatian marinas are situated in exceptionally well protected locations in a smaller and bigger towns along the cost.
There are few regions such as Istra, Kvarner and Dalmatia divided in 4 sections (Zadar, Šibenik, Split and Dubrovnik).
Istra- is Croatia’s biggest peninsula. Istria is an interesting territory with more than two thousand caves, caverns, chasms and abysses. The best known are the Rašpor abyss, the Kobiljak Pit, the Bregi Pit, the Pazin Pit, the Baredine Cave, the Romualdo Cave, the Pincin Cave, the Feštinsko Kraljevstvo Caves, the Mramornica Cave, the Laganiši Cave and the Mark Cave.
Brijuni National Park and Nature Park Učka are legally protected areas.
Kvarner- Kvarner is an ideal tourist destination for all generations.
Island that are situated in Kvarner area are Krk, Cres, Lošinj, Rab, Pag, Unije, Susak, Silba, Olib.
There are many bays, few marinas and a lots of to see and experience during the voyage.
Zadar archipelago- Zadar Islands or "archipelago of Zadar" is the name of the islands that are spreading in Northern Dalmatia, engraving Zadar. A jewel of the Archipelago are Kornati islands, the same named National Park with its 89 uninhabited islands, but also those inhabited and larger as Dugi otok, Ugljan, Pag and Pasman typical for archipelago, with numerous hidden places, bays, beaches where one can spend a day in idyllic peace and quiet, alone.
Vicinity of the mentioned islands is what it makes it so beautiful, slow and enjoyable.
Šibenik archipelago- with crystal clear sea and its 240 beautiful islets and reefs.
You wouldn't want to miss a chance to see little Mediterranean town called Skradin which is located at the entrance to Krka National Park. The entire town of Skradin is a protected cultural heritage monument, Krapanj the smallest, lowest and most inhabited island in the Mediterranean with an area of 0.36 square kilometers and an average altitude of 1.5 meters, Krka national park with its seven travertine waterfalls at a total height of 242 meters and the Skradinski Buk, the largest travertine barrier in Europe
Split region - Emperor Diocletian was faced with the decision on where to spend the rest of his days. Of all known world, he chose to build his home in the heart of the region of Dalmatia, setting the first stones in place for the future city of Split.
Places to visit in this region are numerous. You can start with little charming town Trogir, you can explore old town of Split. You can make an extraordinary route through surrounding islands of Vis, Hvar, Brač and Šolta.
Dubrovnik area- is Croatia’s most south region. Its administrative center is a beautiful, attractive and one of the best-known cities in the Mediterranean, Dubrovnik.
One of the places to visit is a wonderful Mljet national park, located in the western region of the island of Mljet. Korčula – The Town of Marco Polo - is the birthplace of Marco Polo, it boasts a heritage rich in history, architecture and culture. Cavtat - the small medieval town of Cavtat is both the tourist and cultural center of Konavle.
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