What makes Croatia one of the biggest nautical playgrounds?
Exploring Croatia by sea is a prime opportunity for one to unveil its hidden secrets. It’s a country that has it all. With a large number of available sailing options, the incredible scenery, the preserved bays, the numerous islands and it’s calm and clear Mediterranean waters, Croatia is Europe’s finest sailing playground being only a few hours from London. The country is affordable, relatively safe and has a wide number of sailing routes to choose from that are amenable to all. Moreover, the wide appeal of the country’s 1244 islands and reefs, together with the many mainland ports and anchorages, tends to have tourists completely enchanted and wanting to come back for more. We’ve listed just a few of the main places that make it ever so worth visiting.
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Most popular destinations for sailing in Croatia
Dubrovnik: Dubrovnik is Croatia’s most popular tourist destination as it is essentially a medieval town, whose historic core seems to have been suspended in time.
Split: Split is Croatia’s second-largest city and is a cheerful town that is right in the middle of both tradition and modernity.
Zadar: Zadar is a fascinating town that’s filled with Roman ruins, medieval churches, and museums based in a small peninsula.
Primošten: Sleepy to the point of inertia in winter, Primošten in the summer comes alive. Filled with bands playing in the main square, fascinating gift shops selling their wares and energetic and lively kids running around the streets.
Pula: Pula offers a diversity of attractions to lovers of culture. The rich itinerary of its three-thousand-year-old history, where every step you take through the old town is a landmark, begins and ends with the Roman amphitheater.
Hvar: It’s the capital city, Hvar Town, is all about luxury hotels, trendy bars and clubs, elegant restaurants, etc. In other words, it’s the Monaco of Croatia. Stari Grad and Jelsa, which are Hvar’s coastal towns, happen to be Hvar’s most cultural and historical centres and are also the more serene and peaceful spots.
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