More about Hvar Hvar town is one of the most fun-loving destinations in all of Croatia, some of them even call it “second Ibiza”. Its intricately carved Venetian architecture and wide, made of stones, seaside promenade make Hvar town one of the “must visit” destination in Croatia, especially by night. Newcomers quickly [...]



More about Korcula Also known as Marco Polo’s hometown, Korčula will take your breath away. It is rich in vineyards and olive groves and therefore at the dinner, you will be served with one of the best white Croatian wines (Pošip or Grk) and extra virgin olive oil. Moor your boat in [...]



More about Dubrovnik This pearl of the Adriatic coast, Unesco World Heritage Site, should be on your ”bucket list”. One of the last remaining walled towns and its many sights is one of the top attractions in Croatia or better say Adriatic. For centuries Dubrovnik was an independent republic with its own [...]



More about Split Either is your first or last day of sailing holidays, Split is a place you need to visit. Its glorious seafront promenade will serve you with bars, restaurants, street performers and magnificent view, especially by night. You can find there one of the world’s most impressive Roman monuments - [...]



More about Trogir Start your sailing holidays in this tiny Croatian town, full of history, protected under UNESCO World heritage site. It is the island, located between the mainland and Čiovo island. As Dubrovnik, Trogir gets very busy in the summertime, especially by night, when a wide seafront promenade is full of [...]



More about Mljet island Legend says Odysseus was shipwrecked on this island and he stayed there, captive by the nymph called Calypso, for 7 years. The westernmost quarter of it is designated as a national park, where the most popular attraction is the pair of tree-lined saltwater lakes. There is a tiny [...]

Elaphite Islands


More about Elaphite Islands It is a small archipelago of 13 islands stretching northwest of Dubrovnik. Koločep, Lopud, and Šipan are the three largest islands and all permanently inhabited. The Island of Koločep is a green island with centuries' old woods of pine and carob, olive groves and gardens filled with oranges [...]