Split

Split is centrally located within the Dalmatian coast and sailing routes reach the islands of Šolta, Brač, HvarVis, Šćedro and Korčula.

How to get to the area?

Split airport is currently undergoing much-needed expansion, the first phase will complete in August 2019. This will increase capacity from 2 to 3.5 million passengers per year. There are three shuttle flights per day to the capital, Zagreb, taking 45 minutes.

Flight schedules do not necessarily coincide with yacht charters, which start on Saturdays, but this is a ‘must-see’ city. Tag some days either end of your sailing holiday and enjoy exploring Split or Trogir. When Saturday comes around you can make your way to the base marina of your chosen boat and meet up with your crew.

Where to go?

Offshore you can sail to the islands of Šolta, Brač, HvarVis, Šćedro, and Korčula. On the mainland, explore the cultural gems of Split and Trogir (UNESCO world heritage sites).

Sailing routes

There are lots of different possible paths around these islands, so check out the routes section of The Yacht Break. Select a boat in a base marina of Trogir, Seget Donji, Kaštela or Split. Alternatively, tour this area from more northern marinas of Primošten (Kremik) or Mandalina (Šibenik).

Split

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No visit to the region would be complete without coming to Split to walk along it's glorious seafront promenade with bars, restaurants, street performers and a magnificent view, especially at night. Enjoy the typically narrow polished limestone streets while you explore the Diocletian's Palace, one of the world’s most impressive Roman monuments and a [...]

Trogir

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This tiny, old Croatian town is squeezed onto a little island that is 500m long and 250m wide; located between the mainland and Čiovo island. Trogir is full of history and the whole island is a UNESCO World heritage site. There is a maze of winding streets to explore as well as a wide seafront promenade [...]

Šibenik

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This beautiful ancient city is situated on the mouth of the river Krka, sheltered from the sea by the passage of Saint Anthony. It was founded by the Croats and was the seat of King Petar Krešimir I. Over the course of its history, it has been through the hands of Venice, Byzantium, and Hungary and [...]

Hvar

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Hvar town is one of the most fun-loving destinations in all Croatia, some even call it a 'second Ibiza'. The intricately carved Venetian architecture and wide stone seaside promenade make Hvar town one of the must see destinations, especially at night. Newcomers quickly settle into the Hvar rhythm: beach, sundowner drinks at Hula-Hula Hvar, [...]

Vis

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Known as the emerald isle, Vis is a green and lush enclave which is the furthest inhabited island from mainland Croatia. It's strategically important position has been recognized throughout history as the key to controlling the Adriatic. Ownership has changed hands down the ages leaving a wealth of architectural and historical treasures. From fortifications [...]

Korčula

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Marco Polo’s hometown of Korčula, justly known as 'little-Dubrovnik', will take your breath away with it's amazing medieval architecture. Walk through the fortress enclosed in stone walls with romantic cobbled streets and other hidden treasures. It is rich in vineyards and olive groves, so dinner comes served with one of the best white Croatian [...]