This charming island has so much to offer! Tranquil seas, quaint little towns with tone houses and lavender-smelling streets, a wonderfully mild Mediterranean climate and what’s more, amazing nightlife. Anchor your yacht at Sveti Klement and head ashore to taste the exquisite local seafood pasta, sip a chilled wine and enjoy the views at the edge of the castle. Make sure not to leave without visiting Stari Grad, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The coves of Milna, Sućuraj, Zaraće are also a must-see if you want to revel in shades of blue and green like you have never seen before.
This list could not be complete without giving place to the sunniest place in the Adriatic Sea! Home to the Church of St. Anthony, Rab has a history dating back to the 10th century and is home to wonderful and unique narrow stone streets, and endless beaches. The island is a true natural beauty that has inspired countless artists. Rajska, one of the most popular beaches on the island, is highly recommended for those who love long sandy walks along the coast.
Vis is one of the most overlooked, as well as the remotest and least-inhabited of all the Dalmatian islands. Over the years, Vis has managed to retain its original charm and has resisted over development. It is also home to some of the most beautiful beaches around. The best way to experience all this island has to offer is with a yacht charter. By boat, you can visit stunning hidden coves that are inaccessible by land, as well as the old harbour and even the famous Bisevo Island.
Although this is the second most populous island among the Croatian islands of the Adriatic Sea, Korčula is known for being exceptionally quiet and peaceful. Historical sites of ancient Greek and Venetian civilizations still remain to this day. According to legend, this island was the birthplace of Marco Polo. If you want to experience the island through the eyes of the locals, the charming little fishing villages, Vrnik Beach and Pupnatska Luka Cove are the insider spots to visit. One of the most enticing facets of the island is without a doubt its vineyards. Make sure to try the famous Grk wine at Lumbarda Beach.
Although windier, Brač is known to be quieter than the Hvar and Korčula islands. As a result, this island is particularly popular among windsurfers and paragliders. What’s more, one of the most popular beaches of Croatia, Zlatni Rat, is located here on this island. If you are looking for a good time, add this island to your sailing route, the clear waters and the vivid marine life of Brač are guaranteed to mesmerize you!
Mljet Island is located in the southernmost part of Croatia and has 3 ports: Polače, Pomena and Sobra. The national park covers a large part of the island. The island is ideal for kayaking and cycling. The natural beauty of the island does not end there, the Odysseus cave described in the legends is the stopover point for the vacationers. It is said that the goddess Calypso kept Odysseus in this cave for 7 years. We are not sure about 7 years, but we recommend you to spend at least 7 hours on this beautiful island.
This island was awarded the Blue Flag because of its pristinely clean shoreline. This is a great spot to surf or undertake diving training. Ancient monuments and historical sites from the Venetian civilizations still exist on this island to this day. During your stay, we also highly advise that you visit Orlec Beach to better appreciate this beautiful island.
The second-largest island in the Adriatic, Pag is known for its moonlike natural landscapes, its delicious traditional cheese, and epic beach parties! Cruise and enjoy the natural beauty of the region with a yacht charter, take in the gorgeous views and enjoy wine with the salty Paški Sir cheese (made from the milk of sheep on the island) on deck! While one side of the island is rugged and rocky, the other side, known as Novalja, is famous for beach parties for young tourists. If you are looking for parties, dance, and entertainment make sure to add Zrce Beach to your route.
Dugi Otok is known for its beautiful nature park and its historical sites. The island is also home to hundreds of different bird species! Sakarun Beach in the North and the Telascica Nature Park in the South are the most important spots of the island. There is also a lake within the national park that is worth a visit.
Silba is an island located in the North of the Adriatic Sea. The island has countless beautiful pebbled beaches and bays to offer, the most popular of which are Potorišće and Pernastica. Toreta Tower is one of the unforgettable motifs of the island. When you get to the tower, you can enjoy panoramic views of the island and the breathtaking scenery around it.
If you want to discover the Croatian islands, look no further! Head to viravira.co to browse the charter options for motor yachts, gulets, catamarans and sailboats or contact us at +90 0850 433 90 70 to plan your yacht vacation with our experienced holiday experts.