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With thousands of miles of coastlines, a staggering 1,185 islands, traditional fishing villages, glitzy beaches and yacht scene, Croatia's coastline is Central Europe's Riviera. From the historic cities of Split and Dubrovnik, to the beautiful islands of Solta and Hvar, to the epic landscapes of Krka and Plitvice National Parks, Croatia has it all and we have broken down the best boat experiences and places to visit in Croatia. Dalmatians call it pomalo - “the feeling of living free from time”: so just take off your watch, kick back and pomalo.
Jutting out into the Adriatic Sea with a backdrop of rugged limestone mountains, Dubrovnik is known as one of the world's finest cities in the world. Its tumultuous history, the breathtaking architecture of the city’s UNESCO-listed Old Town and surrounding City Walls, the seaside landscape and the amazing food and local wines, make it the most popular destination in the Balkan region, and one of the most popular in Europe. Here are the best Dubrovnik boat tours selected for you.Boat tours from Dubrovnik
The coastline of the Adriatic Sea cradles the elegance of the city of Split, Croatia’s second largest city. While the charm of the city's historical sites captivates the multitude of holiday-makers who flock to Split throughout the hot Croatian summer, the unspoiled nature and crystalline waters just make them fall in love. Only a few cities in the world can offer such variety of entertainment and excursions in their closest surroundings as Split. We have selected for you the best day trips and boat tours from Split.Boat tours from Split
Almost entirely surrounded by the warm waters of the Adriatic, Zadar may not be large, but it is bursting with personality. Its central location and an international airport have made Zadar a popular gateway to Croatia but it's more than just a place to pass through. Home to a historic old town of Roman ruins, extraordinary architecture, medieval churches, cosmopolitan cafes and quality museums, Zadar is a living, vibrant city, enjoyed by residents and visitors alike. Discover Zadar with our boat tours.Boat tours from Zadar
A UNESCO World Heritage site, Trogir is considered to be one of the best preserved medieval towns in Europe, and is dripping with Old World European charm. Secluded on a tiny island protected by medieval walls, it checks all of the boxes for the “perfect small town” criteria: walkable, scenic, easygoing vibe, great local food. While it's easily reached on a day trip from Split, Trogir also makes a good alternative base to the big city and a relaxing place to spend a few days. Here are the best boat tours from Trogir selected for you.Boat tours from Trogir
The scent of lavender, the ancient villages and so many hidden treasures to discover, a blue sea and a hedonistic playground for celebrities and partygoers: Hvar is the most popular tourist destination in Croatia, as well as the most luxurious and the sunniest spot in the country, with a record of 2724 sunny hours each year. With warm summers and mild winters, rich culture, beautiful views overlooking the Adriatic Sea, it’s no wonder that Hvar attracts so many visitors. Discover Hvar and the beautiful nearby islands with our boat tours from Hvar.Boat tours from Hvar
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