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Makarska Nautical tourism in is one of the most attractive forms of tourism in Croatia. Since the Croatian coast consists of numerous islands, beaches, and ports, it attracts the attention of many for Makarska holidays.
The naturally heterogeneous Croatian coastline allows for relaxation and accommodation in diverse environments. There are 718 islands along the Croatian coast, 389 cliffs, and 78 reefs. About 60 islands are inhabited throughout the year.
The average sea temperature in winter is 10 degrees Celsius, while summer temperatures are 22 to 27 degrees Celsius. The islands are in the Mediterranean climate with warm and dry summers and cold and moderately rainy winters. With an average of 2,600 hours of sunshine each year. The Adriatic and its islands are among the sunniest regions in Europe.
Croatia has exceptional prerequisites for the development of Makarska nautical tourism. And a number of comparative advantages over most other Mediterranean countries. This is especially true of marinas, ports, and ports in Central Dalmatia, which are attracting more and more boaters.
Central Dalmatia includes the most beautiful islands in the Croatian Adriatic. Brač, Hvar, Solta, Vis. And the beautiful coastal towns of Split and Makarska, with their marinas, good ports. And some hidden harbors, will attract every tourist who wants a good holiday.
Brač is the largest middle Dalmatian island. And Milna bay is one of the most famous safe bays for charter in the summer. Also its specialty is that it provides security and peace from all winds. Milna is the only marina in Brač with 200 berths at sea and 20 on land.
Hvar belongs to the group of Central-Dalmatian islands, and today it is one of the 10 most beautiful islands in the world. In Stari Grad on the island of Hvar, there is a marina with 40 berths. The marina in Vrboska is located on the north side of the island of Hvar and is known as a yacht charter destination. Opposite Hvar is the islands Pakleni and Marina Palmižana with 200 berths. The most popular and elite place is the town of Hvar, which contains nightlife which is one of the most attractive destinations on the Croatian Adriatic.
Split is known for nautical tourism and Diocletian’s Palace, Marina Split has 350 berths and is located in the city center near all the sights and Diocletian’s Palace. The marina also accepts charter tourists. Near Split is the Marina Kastela, a large modern marina that provides accommodation for all sizes of boats, even mega yachts.
Walking a little further south of Split, you reach the Makarska Riviera and Marina Baska Voda, which is accessible because of the proximity of the city of Split. Boats of all sizes can fit in this marina. Near Makarska is Marina Podgora with 220 berths and all necessary facilities for boaters, and in Makarska is located Marina Tucepi with 150 berths in the sea and 50 more dry berths.
In a naturally protected area from Cape Osejava from the southeast to the peninsula of Sv. Petra in the northwest, there is Marina Makarska. Also it has long been known as a strategically important sunrise, and today it is a very well-known haven for nautical tourism.
Whether you are coming with a big yacht, boat or sailboat, if you are a professional sailor or adventurer looking for adventure, marinas, and harbors in the region of Central Dalmatia, they offer the perfect place for every boater and anyone who is about to become.