Dreaming costs nothing: where to go next summer in Croatia

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croatiaAll right, now is not the time for a boating vacation in Croatia, the European country that boasts 1244 islands in just 250 miles, a world record. But why not dream now by preparing for next summer’s vacation? (photo by Alecsandar Gospic)

You can find the right opportunity at Milan Yachting Week – The digital boat show in the “tourism” pavilion booth.

Boating vacations: Croatia

Here at the booth of theCroatian Tourist Board you will find unrepeatable opportunities to go on a boating vacation. Where. In the best of Croatia. Milan Yachting Week has selected four dream itineraries for you. Here are the right ideas, because dreaming now costs nothing and is good for the spirit.

Idea #1: Cruise the islands of Dalmatia: sea, but not only

Why take a cruise to the Dalmatian islands by boat? To discover the simple, clean beauty of the Croatian Adriatic Sea found everywhere. Both along the “mainland” coasts and along the shores of the many islands that make up the Dalmatian region. Read more here

Idea #2: Dubrovnik and the Elafiti: a Croatian paradise

An ancient and magnificent city in Croatia, Dubrovnik is “only” the end point of a cruise that departs a few miles further north where the delightful and wild Elaphite Islands are discovered. Almost all of them sparsely inhabited by humans since ancient times, the 13 islands of the Elaphite archipelago look like small flower gardens emerging from the sea. Read more here

Idea #3: Croatia’s islands: dreamy places for boating vacations

In the middle of the Adriatic, Croatia offers true pearls for boating vacations, among them the magnificent Kornati: to reach them the perfect base is the port of Sali located on the southern part of the island of Dugi Otok. nearly one hundred islands and white rock cliffs that cluster in a narrow stretch of sea, about 35 km long and at most 13 km wide. Read more here

Idea #4: Istria and Kvarner, Italy is one step away

Istria is the first region of Croatia that can be reached by sea, and land, from Italy, and while it is not as famous as the small, remote islands of Dalmatia, it offers a cruise to discover a fascinating and sometimes even wild coastline. About 450 km of rugged and spectacular coastline, among which are well-equipped marinas and spectacular bays. Read more here

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