Today, the Croatian Riviera (along the Adriatic coast) rivals the French Riviera for it stunningly beautiful bays dotted with sandy beaches and steep, rocky cliffs. Over 1,000 offshore islands — mostly uninhabited with dramatic reefs, protected inlets and plentiful anchorages — make Croatia one of the choice sailing destinations in Europe.
Croatia’s three prime sailing regions are Istria, Kvarner and Dalmatia:
- Istria. Croatia’s largest peninsula is a multicultural melting pot of Mediterranean charms. Medieval towns nestled on hilltops might make you think that you’re in Tuscany or Provence.
- Kvarner. With its mild Mediterranean climate, Kvarner gives visitors the choice of enjoying the sea and the inland mountains and forests of Gorski Kotar. For over 150 years, tourists (and sailors) have been flocking to Kvarner. Not to be missed: Opatija’s seaside promenade, which stretches over seven miles.
- Dalmatia. Along the Dalmatian coast (northern end of Croatia), turquoise seas lap against brilliant white Dalmation stone with an emerald backdrop of pine trees and olive groves. Three stops you’ll want to make include Zadar (a 3,000-year-old town with Romanesque churches and the “world’s smallest” cathedral), Split (home to Roman Emperor Diocletian) and Dubrovnik (with its fantastic ancient walled city sometimes called the “pearl of the Adriatic”).
Croatia’s history, romance and natural beauty will leave you spell-bound and determined to return again and again.
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