The overall look of the Istrian peninsula is a varied one that will take you from valleys to mountains and then back to the sea again, all in a Mediterranean landscape that is famous throughout yacht charter Croatia. This large peninsula is actually the biggest in the Adriatic, so big in fact that it’s divided between Croatia, Slovenia and Italy.
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.
Overlooked by so many years from the tourist circuit, the Adriatic is slowly but surely regaining its place in the Mediterranean, due to the rediscovery by some many of its potential. The Northern Adriatic is somewhat isolated from the rest of the Mediterranean by the west side of the Italian peninsula thus giving the water in this region a somewhat distinct quality, with more purity, an advanage for yacht charter Croatia.
Considered by many veterans as one of the best starting places for exploring the yacht charter Croatia coast, Kastela is actually made up of several distinct locations along the central Dalmatian shore, located to the northwest of Split, a region famous for its sailing potential throughout the whole Mediterranean.
This popular tourist resort could be considered the Croatian version of the Monaco, since the yacht charter Croatia coastline is lately considered to be the new Riviera of the Mediterranean. Located in the northern part of the littoral, the town lies between two other famous yacht charter resorts, Rijeka and Split, and has been the capital of the region for quite a while.