Welcome to the largest island in the Adriatic, and also one of the most populated which is full of small yacht charter Croatia communities, not to mention sailing opportunities along its coasts. The fact that is lies in the Kvarner Bay means you can always sneak a quick trip on the mainland to visit other yacht charter resorts such as Punat, Pula or Losinj.
A former medieval capital, Biograd certainly has enough pedigree to cater to even the most pretentious yacht charter Croatia tourists. Its marine legacy is implied even in its name that literally translates to “white city by the sea”, a reference to the placement of the town, on a small peninsula, with several islands in front of it.
For people who have already been to this place, the name of “Pearl of the Adriatic” is well deserved, since this touristic town in Croatia is one of the best places to admire the beauty of the landscape and of the open waters of this part of the Mediterranean. And what better way to enjoy all these beauties than with a Croatia yacht charter holiday?
Imagine if you will, endless stretches of clear waters that are dotted with literally hundreds of uninhabited islands and islets, where nothing but rocks and wild goats dwell on the green covers of the horizon. Human presence can only be felt in small regions, quiet fishing hamlets or coquette coastal towns with small harbors and lovely seafronts looking out towards the open waters. In a word, yacht charter Croatia.
Slowly but surely becoming the new go-to place for sailors in the Mediterranean, you cannot be a enthusiast yacht charter sailor without taking a sailing trip to Croatia, the country of the shores of the Adriatic, one of the last remaining bastions of the “old Mediterranean”.