One of the nine cities in the Istria County, Rovinj is located on a peninsula in the northern part of the Adriatic which is famous for its picturesque small bays and islets which form a sort of obstacle course that yacht charter Croatia sailors can explore at their heart’s delight.
If you look at the Croatia tourism circuit, it’s impossible to miss out on Pula, one of the “crown jewels” of the yacht charter Croatia circuit. An ancient town with historical ruins galore, with cultural possibilities and with a satisfying pace of life, Pula is a must-go-to center in this part of the Adriatic, especially for sailing enthusiasts.
Sailing in Primosten is like sailing in paradise, that’s how beautiful the sceneries are in this part of Croatia. There are lush pine forests of a dark green which only enhances the crystal blue of the waters of the Adriatic, and should you come across a village or a town, you’re going to see the orange tint of all the tiled roofs and the whitewashed walls gleaming in the sun.
Coming to Murter island you cannot avoid visiting the main city which also bears the same name as the island it sits on. Murter town has a long history which starts with a small fishing village like so many other settlements on the yacht charter Croatia coast.
The main town on Losinj island, Mali Losinj is a pleasant surprise for most visitors who come here for the first time. The quiet atmosphere, the laidback lifestyle and the peaceful waters of the Adriatic make for a relaxing holiday in yacht charter Croatia.