Yachting in Croatia – Makarska Yachting
- 19. June 2020.
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The main driver and precondition for all other attractions of Croatian tourism are the indented coast, Mediterranean climate and the Adriatic Sea….Read More
Croatian islands are among the most popular ones in the whole world. Many people choose to explore them during their summer holidays. Croatian coastline is home to more than 1000 islands. October to April is Croatia’s low season. There are not as many tourists on the streets as in high season from June to August. Vis Island is common destination. It is remote and you can enjoy in its unspoiled nature, rich underwater world and learn much about its history. It is very photogenic and visiting Mamma Mia 2 shooting locations is a must.
One of the top destinations in Europe is Hvar Island which has 2724 sunny hours each year. It offers great food, boutiques and hotels. It is known as the best place for nightlife in Croatia. Many celebrities visited it which is no wonder. Hvar has huge lavander fields. Seeing them is something you may not miss. Lavander is a one of Dalmatian symbols so you will see many souvenirs made of it.
Bol, southern part of the Brač Island is home to Croatian most famous beach Zlatni Rat. Brač Island is another beautiful destination. It has a rich history with evidence of Neolithic inhabitants and many isolated bays. It’s famous for white stone that has been mined since Ancient Greek. It is used for the construction of important buildings as the vicinity of Diocletian’s Imperial Palace in Split. Visiting Split and Makarska Riviera is a great option because it is near Brač and Hvar. Split is second biggest Croatian city and has so much to offer from history to food or festivals.
Game of Thrones were filmed there. Makarska Riviera is very busy and popular destination. Everyday there are organised trips from Makarska, Tučepi etc. To Hvar and Brač. You will have great time sailing on boats full of tourist and eating Adriatic fish.
The historical island Korčula is rich in Gothic-renaissance architecture. It is also often nicknamed ‘Little Dubrovnik’. You must visit Marco Polo house and museum and indulge local wine tasting. Mljet, National Park is true paradise. It is very quiet and peaceful.
Mljet has 2 saltwater lakes. You can hire a bike or have a picnic. Options are endless for all nature lovers. Pag Island is famous for Zrće beach in Novalja. It is known as ‘Croatian Ibiza’. People visit Zrće for amazing nightlife, but Pag much more to offer. It has very rich culture and a long tradition. Famous local food is awarded Pag cheese, wine and olive oil. Pag lace is a symbol of the island which entered UNESCO register.
Croatia has so much to offer. Its island are something you must experience. Look up Rab, Cres, Krk, Lošinj, Lastovo…