Dubrovnik is one among, if not the most iconic city in Croatia! Dubrovnik is located in Croatia’s far south, southern Dalmatia region, and is one of the most important tourism/culture centers of the country. The town’s history is as rich and magnificent as its appearance! This small fort-town was its own republic at one period in history (Republic of Ragusa). Dubrovnik yacht rental offers an amazing sailing experience in the very south of Croatia!
Visiting Dubrovnik is one of those things everyone should do at least once, no matter where you come from. What better way to visit then aboard a YachtHoliday yacht rental?
Amongst the variety of things to see and do in Dubrovnik, exploring the city walls is definitely one of the priorities. Dubrovnik’s famous walls served as an amazing defense system in the city’s past. Today the walls of Dubrovnik offer some jaw dropping sights of the city, and the beautiful Adriatic that surrounds it. Inside the walls you’ll find plenty of restaurants that serve authentic Croatian dishes, and wine, as well as some of interesting cultural landmarks such as St. Vlaho’s cathedral, Stradun, Porporela tower, and many more.
Dubrovnik exotic position, perfectly kept cultural landmarks, and beautiful city architecture make it a cinematic paradise. This is why famous movies such as Star Wars, Robin Hood, and shows like Game of Thrones are partly filmed here. The city attracts more and more visitors each year with its beauty, and a charming Mediterranean spirit.
DUBROVNIK YACHT CHARTER
Yacht rental, and sailing from Dubrovnik is the absolutely best way to visit. Part of the Dubrovnik experience is sailing the nearby Islands. Elaphite archipelago is a group of small islands in just outside Dubrovnik available to you only by a boat rental. Pelješac peninsula and islands Korčula, Lastovo, and Mljet are among the places you will see on your Dubrovnik sailing adventure. The last one, Mljet is a Croatian national park, a unique island with two lakes.
You can rent a variety of sailboats, catamarans, gulets, and motor yachts from Dubrovnik, and have a sailing adventure of a lifetime with YachtHoliday.
SPECIAL THINGS TO DISCOVER
First stop on your sailing adventure should be Elaphiti Islands, group of thirteen small islands located northwest of Dubrovnik. These islands are perfect for swimming, snorkeling, and sunbathing. If you are interested in history you can visit Sipan, island with rich history dating back to Roman times.
Another must see destination is the island of Mljet, located around 40 kilometers northwest of Dubrovnik. Mljet is famous for its national park which covers more than one third of total surface of the island. Park is home to two saltwater lakes and visitors can swim, kayak or bike around the lakes.
If you're looking for a more secluded spot head to island Lastovo. This island is one of the most remote islands in Adriatic and is known for its untouched nature. There are no big hotels or resorts on Lastovo, so it is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the tranquility of Adriatic Sea.
Another popular destination for sailors who are looking to rent a boat in Croatia is the island of Korcula. Korcula is one of the biggest islands in Croatia and island is famous for white wine, olive oil and clean beaches. Old town Korcula is known for preserved medieval architecture which visitors can explore while walking through narrow streets and impressive city walls.
Finally, no trip to Dubrovnik sailing area would be complete without visiting Dubrovnik itself. Dubrovnik is one of the most preserved medieval cities in the world and it is under UNESCO protection. Tourists can tako a walk along city walls for a breathtaking view of the city and the Adriatic Sea. Dubrovnik is also home to several museums, art galleries and restaurants so there's always something happening in the city.
Sailing from Dubrovnik is truly unforgettable experience. Whether you are on a rental yacht, sailboat or catamaran, there is plenty of special things to see and to do. From Elaphiti Islands to the city of Dubrovnik. So, charter a yacht, take some sunscreen and get ready to set sail on the Adriatic Sea.