…it’s good enough for me!
What does this mean – if it’s good enough for the emperor? Here’s a little piece of history for you. Diocletian was a Roman emperor who wanted to build himself a nice place to live. So he build a palace. And of course, he built it in one of the most beautiful cities in Adriatic, Split. Because Diocletian was no fool.
Today the palace, along with adjoining areas to the west, forms the very heart of Split. Many shops, restaurants, bars and apartments for tourists can be found within the palace. The curious thing is that there are still people living inside the palace. Maybe they are not emperors, but still, they live good.
First thing you should know is – you’ll fall in love with Croatia once you visit.
If you sail here once, you’ll definitely come back. So be careful – Croatian seaside will get under your skin 🙂
Second, Croatia has 1246 islands, islets and inlets for you to sail. And only 47 islands are inhabited. Which leaves you with plenty of islands for you to explore without any distractions and, may we say, inhibitions.
Third, most of the anchorage is free. You can drop your anchor almost anywhere you want. However, marinas do provide services and comfort you’ll surely want during your trip.
Split is the most popular area to sail. We definitely recommend
Everyone that’s heard of Croatia has also heard about Dubrovnik. It’s our most famous place for tourists. That’s why we won’t tell you the typical story of Dubrovnik.
But what we will tell you that Game of Thrones has been filming here since season 2. And what’s more important, Dubrovnik is King’s Landing, the capital of Seven Kingdoms.
Sailing with friends is lots of fun. It’s one of the most wonderful experiences you can have. You are together on a beautiful boat, surrounded by the sea and stunning nature. You swim together, eat, drink and have fun.
But it also takes a lot of patience, communication and adjustment.
That’s why we offer you the tips to minimize the potential downsides and enjoy the fascinating Croatian coast together.