Split & Central Dalmtia
Sailing yacht charter in Split & Central Dalmatia
Split is an ancient city with tons of character and nearby Trogir, where many charters start and finish, is a UNESCO site often described as the ‘little Venice of Croatia.’ Both serve as excellent jump off points for a charterer looking to explore Central Dalmatia. One of the most enticing regions in Croatia and perhaps the easiest to explore on a yachting holiday.
The natural beauty of the coastline and islands here is undeniable, an enticing mix of Mediterranean beauty and history on offer for all to enjoy. Explore the regions beguiling towns and cities, where history blends with cosmopolitan chic in a way that’s unique to the region. Away from the towns you’ll find amazing beaches where you can relax and unwind under a warm summer breeze.
Within easy reach are the islands of Solta, Brac, Hvar, Vis & Korcula. Each endowed with more natural beauty than the last.
Croatia’s answer to St-Tropez, Hvar is renowned as one of Croatia’s top island destinations and is a real jewel of the Adriatic. The island gets 2718 hours of sunshine a year, making it Croatia’s sunniest island!
The main town goes by the same name and Hvar town is the destination of choice for visitors from all corners of the world. Renowned for its lively party scene. The renovated Venetian townhouses on winding small streets serve as a backdrop to some of the best nightlife on the Adriatic.
Away from the town you will find wonderful beaches leading down to crystal clear waters, and you can sample the more relaxed side of Dalmatian life.
Used as an army base until 1989, for a long time it was impossible to visit Vis island. To this day the island remains one of the least developed in the Adriatic. The island has retained much of its natural beauty.
Now the wonderful restaurants will have you sipping on locally-produced wine long into the night. Savor freshly caught fish and lobster, enjoy the welcome of friendly locals and relax on unspoiled beaches.
Vis town is wealthier and rich with history while the fishing town of Komiža has a more understated charm.