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Istria region

Istria, the largest Croatian peninsula, boasts some of the nicest coastal towns such as Umag, Poreč, Rovinj, Pula, Medulin and many other small coastal destinations. The interior, or the so called Green Istria, will greet you with a variety of agritourism experiences and its untouched nature. ... Explore Istria region


POREČ - a city of culture and entertainment, clean beaches, coves and numerous islands located on the west coast of Istria, with excellent traffic connections to European cities. The entire old town is a monument, while the Euphrasian Basilica is included in the UNESCO's World Heritage List.

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Rovinj - "Blue Pearl of the Adriatic", is one of the most vivid Mediterranean towns with its narrow streets and old buildings built in the Venetian style.

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PULA - the largest and most important Istrian centre, located on the inner part of the bay and a large natural harbour surrounded by islands of St. Jerome and Kozada, near NP Brijuni - paradise for boaters.

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Kvarner region

Kvarner has been developing tourism for over 170 years, taking advantage of its vicinity to the European tourist generating regions and its natural diversity. The region offers many contrasts, many different landscapes and experiences based on history, tradition and modern times.... Explore Kvarner region


OPATIJA - One of the oldest European tourist destinations, the cradle of Croatian tourism, located in the Kvarner bay near Nature Park Učka. The contrasts of sea and mountains, green parks and blue ocean, old buildings and modern comforts, noisy entertainment venues and quiet resorts make Opatija and its surroundings a very attractive tourist resort in all seasons.

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PUNAT - Located on the south side of the island Krk in one of the most beautiful bays on the Adriatic with the miniature island Košljun in its centre. This little town is proud of having the oldest marina on the Adriatic.

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CRES is located in a great protected bay on the island of Cres, surrounded by rocks. Excellent microclimate Conditions, historical core, pure nature and the sea, spacious beaches, island atmosphere and homey ambience invites you to visit this small town on the island.

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Mali Lošinj

MALI LOŠINJ - a coastal town on the island of Lošinj, situated in the south-eastern end of a long, well protected bay, is a very important port of nautical tourism as it is located between Istria and Dalmatia. The town itself has won numerous awards for excellence in tourism.

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Zadar region

Sometimes overlooked as a holiday destination in favour of the more famous resorts and islands further along the coast, the Zadar region has much to offer to its visitors. The area around the coastal towns of Zadar and Biograd are surrounded by numerous islands, two national parks and one nature...... Explore Zadar region


ZADAR - located in the middle of the Croatian Adriatic, in the most indented part of its archipelago, for centuries the capital of Dalmatia, is one of the most popular Croatian tourist destinations. This archipelago consists of 24 bigger and 300 small islands and islets, 3 nature parks - Telaščica, North Velebit and Vrana and 5 national parks - Paklenica, Plitvice, Kornati, Krka and Velebit are just some of the reasons to visit Zadar.

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SUKOŠAN - near Zadar (10 km), 5 National Parks and 2 Nature Parks, the largest marina on the Adriatic coast, proximity to airport and highway connections are certainly good reasons to choose Sukošan for your charter base.

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Biograd na moru

BIOGRAD NA MORU - located in the middle of the Croatian coast, surrounded by 5 National Parks and 2 Nature Parks, close to the Kornati Archipelago and Lake Vrana, a long tourist tradition and an abundance of tourist, sporting and hospitality...

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Sibenik region

Šibenik is located in a deep inlet where the river Krka flows into the Adriatic Sea. Its port is very well protected from all winds and is ideal as a starting point of your cruise.... Explore Sibenik region


TRIBUNJ - a  small Mediterranean village with narrow streets and compact houses. The old part of town is built on an island which was later connected to the mainland.

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ŠIBENIK - Croatian Renaissance city with a rich historical and cultural heritage, located in a protected natural harbour at the estuary of the river Krka near the Kornati islands. Šibenik Riviera, with its 249 islands, islets and reefs, of which only some are inhabited and rich cultural and historical monuments, attracts an ever increasing number of boaters.

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VODICE - a popular tourist destination situated in a broad bay, 11 km from Šibenik. Long pebble and sandy beaches to the west and east of the city, excellent tourist offer, developed cultural and entertainment programs, numerous excursion programs, recreation and sports possibilities, make Vodice a quality and distinctive tourist destination.

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SKRADIN - popular nautical destination whose beauty is crowned by three most attractive sights: Skradinski buk waterfalls, Roški waterfall and Franciscan islet Visovac with the votive shrine of Our Lady from Visovac.

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JEZERA - a small fishing village on the island of Murter is one of the starting ports for navigation in Kornati. It provides a peaceful and pleasant vacation: lots of sun, clear sea and a bay with beautiful beaches.

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MURTER - is located in the north-western part of the island of Murter. This town lures with a large number of islands in its archipelago (over 170), numerous sandy beaches and proximity to national parks: Kornati, Paklenica and Krka, nature parks Telaščica and Vrana; cities of Zadar, Šibenik and Split.

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PRIMOŠTEN - a former fishing village is today one of the most attractive tourist destinations on the Adriatic. A unique Mediterranean atmosphere of medieval architecture, narrow stone houses and numerous narrow streets, beautiful sea and the sunny beaches are the reason for its rapid tourism development. There is also a unique marina on the Adriatic coast, protected from wind and surrounded by vineyards.

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ROGOZNICA - a small fishing village on an island (connected by road to the mainland) in an almost completely enclosed bay, 34 km south of Šibenik. It’s often visited by boaters because of the beautiful marina Frapa, known as the safest on this part of the Adriatic.

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Split region

Even the ruler of the world at the time, emperor Diocletian, knuckled under the sight of crystal sea, hidden bays, dense woods and rugged karst landscapes of the Central Dalmatia. ... Explore Split region


TROGIR - is located on a small island between the mainland and the island of Čiovo. It is connected to both sides by bridges. Wealth of historical and cultural monuments, masterpieces, narrow streets and art collections inspires every visitor. Trogir Riviera, well-indented and abundant with small bays, capes, islands enriched with lush Mediterranean vegetation is still preserved in its original form and therefore extremely attractive to boaters.

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KAŠTELA - group of 7 Districts extending over 17 km of coastline on the northern side of the Kaštela bay, between Split and Trogir. Picturesque landscape with fertile land, abundance of sunshine, a pleasant Mediterranean climate and gorgeous colours attract an increasing number of tourists. In Kaštel Gomilica a newly built marina Kaštela is located and has become an important charter base in this short time.

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SPLIT is the largest city in Dalmatia, and the second largest in Croatia. Split fascinates the visitors with hints of history, lively spirit of youth and special Mediterranean, but yet entirely Croatian charm. Because of its location, proximity to the central Dalmatian islands and the extremely rich charter offer, Split is the largest nautical centre of Central Dalmatia.

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Baška Voda

BASKA VODA - a small fishing village located 48 km south of Split, at the foot of a mountain slope. As part of the Makarska Riviera it’s a very popular tourist destination that boasts beautiful pebble and sandy beaches, a multitude of facilities for recreation and a well-kept marina.

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Dubrovnik region

South Dalmatia is Croatia's most important holidaymaking destination with the city of Dubrovnik as its capital. Dubrovnik is known worldwide as a true pearl of the Mediterranean, but one must not forget the picturesque towns, replete with history and exquisite natural beauty, which surround the city on both sides and...... Explore Dubrovnik region


DUBROVNIK - one of the most attractive and famous cities of the Mediterranean. With its outstanding natural beauty and preservation of historical heritage, Dubrovnik is a city with excellent tourist offer: the city of luxurious hotels, high ecological standards and exceptional nautical offer. 

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