Croatia is a beautiful country near the Adriatic Sea with its pure blue that makes it perfect for blue cruises. In addition, there is much to see in the cities and towns of Croatia both in a natural and historical sense.
Split is the main urban, cultural and administrative center of the Dalmatia region. It enjoys good connections by land and sea with the other main tourist centers. It also enjoys a rich and colorful past and heritage. More recently, it has undergone extensive reconstruction, resulting in a cosmopolitan Mediterranean resort in its own right. As it is also a major port, it is perfectly positioned as a departure / arrival destination for sailing yachts or crewed gulet charter.
Vis is ranked as one of the top 5 holiday resorts in Croatia. However, this small island has a very different past. While you will see evidence of several ancient historical sites, during the last century the island was used as a military base, due to its strategic position. This beautiful island has many vineyards and magnificent beaches, and the surrounding sea is rich in fish, mainly the blue variety (sardines, mackerel and anchovies). A perfect stopover, on your itinerary.
This small complex is located in a very deep bay on the western side of the island of Vis and enjoys a pleasant Mediterranean climate all year round. Interesting and sheltered anchoring.
The island of Korcula is one of the greenest islands in the Adriatic Sea. Along with the beautiful and natural surroundings, the island is also rich in history and culture (Marco Polo’s birthplace). The city of Korcula is the main city of the island and has a long tradition of shipbuilding. There are also numerous beaches and bays, ideal for providing relaxed and sheltered yacht anchorages.
Mljet is part of one of the largest archipelagos in the Adriatic. Much of it is National Parks, due to its natural beauty and lakes. The island is also rich in history and culture and numerous bays and beaches to explore from your gulet cruise.
Maslinica is a picturesque settlement on the island of Solta, center of mass tourism, where it is still possible to enjoy peace and tranquility. The neighboring bays are rocky, but enjoy a certain degree of seclusion and privacy. A perfectly relaxing way to end your tour, before disembarking in Dubrovnik.
Possibly one of the most famous and historic cities in the entire Mediterranean. The city has a rich past from a cultural point of view and despite having suffered natural disasters and conflicts, it still manages to preserve its famous and important historical architecture. As well as being an especially interesting place to visit in its own right, it is also a popular port for gulet trips.
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