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Offshore Adriatic islands – the island of Susac

Susac is a Croatian island in the open central Adriatic Sea, 23 km west of Lastovo and southeast of Vis. Over the south-western cape is the Kanola lighthouse, the northernmost point of the island is the Nazene cape and the easternmost the Lastovac cape. The highest peak, Veli Gark of 243 m, is in the […]

Where to sail in Croatia

Working in nautical tourism for almost 2 decades I have met many sailors from different parts of the world. The best ones, even the professional sailors from Australia, northern France, Canada are surprised with the warm Adriatic Sea and its salinity. What we appreciate the most are the comments from the guests coming from Germany […]

Nautical destinations in Croatia – visit Motovun

We have moved away from the sea for a while. If you have anchored your ship in Opatija or Pula you have time to take a tour of Istria. The best thing is to go to the continental part and visit Motovun. This small place, situated on a hilltop, is a perfect escape from the […]

Last minute Sailing in Croatia

Thinking about sailing last minute ? If you are flexible and ready to pack your bags it is possible to enjoy a week sailing holidays in Croatia for a attractive prices discounted up to 25%. … We listed for you our Last minute deal for sailing in May from Dubrovnik, Split or Trogir for Beneteau […]

Sailing from Dubrovnik to Split

To see the most of the South Adriatic, the best thing is to sail from Dubrovnik to Split or Trogir. In a way, it is nicer to start from Split and slowly go down towards Dubrovnik where there is no much crowd in the high season. If you go from Dubrovnik, take at least one […]

Sailing with kids

In this article we will write some useful tips regarding sailing with children, meaning what you have to take care of with children on board. ✓ If you have children on board, do not forget to bring a life jacket. Although chartered vessels also have life jackets for children they might not suit your child. […]

Significant landscapes in Croatia

Pakleni islands Pakleni is a group of about 20 islands which stretch in front of the city of Hvar; the residents of Hvar call them Hvarski skoji (the islands of Hvar). They were named after the pine resin that is used in shipbuilding, the so called paklini; by twisting this name according to the local […]

Nature parks Croatia

A nature park is an area under the protection of the state and it is the most important after national parks. There are 11 nature parks in Croatia and two of them are at the sea, Telascica and the Lastovo Archipelago. Telascica Telascica Nature Park is located in the Central Adriatic, at the south-eastern part […]

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