Quietly lighting up the Adriatic coastline is a captivating gem full of colourful culture and sun-drenched coastal hot-spots. Often overshadowed by the yachting giants that surround its shores, Croatia is growing an exclusive following with the yachting elite.
Behind its glistening shores, this Mediterranean treasure hides a bevy of exciting inland adventures and romantic medieval towns sheltered in undulating hills.
Sailing Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast is one of the most scenic and glamorous East Mediterranean experiences. The most intriguing stretch of this seemingly boundless coastline lies between Split and Dubrovnik and is sprinkled with sun-kissed islands, including the glittering oases of Hvar, Vis, Korčula, and Brač. A slice of old-world Mediterranean, the Dalmatian Coast is friendly, sleepy and delightfully welcoming.
The capital of this gorgeous coastline is the living-museum of Split. Home to the fascinating Diocletian’s Palace and an alluring centre packed with sunny piazzas and chic cafés, Split is an enchanting point of call.
The historic and timeless Dubrovnik is a delight to explore, teeming with relaxing coffee houses, enchantingly narrow streets and an elegant harbour. The pearl of the Adriatic, this breathtaking city of stone and light is the perfect place to catch shimmering sunsets ricocheting off the ancient ramparts. Ploce and Old Town are the quarters to head to for the finest luxury hotels and indulgent experiences.
The island of Hvar and its spectacular main town is a picturesque dream, home to sophisticated shopping and lavender fields simply blooming with colour. A popular destination for the world’s jet-set, Hvar is Croatia’s home of exclusivity, boasting unrivalled nightlife, sublime hotels and exquisite wineries.