Croatia & Montenegro
It’s no secret that summers on the Croatia offer clear blue waters for swimming and snorkeling, stunning sunsets, medieval architecture and prized beaches. All this natural beauty, however, has attracted a rising number of visitors, and the major cities including Split and Dubrovnik may feel a little crowded during high season. You can skip all these with chartering a yacht.
North Dalmatian Coasts
The area of North Dalmatia stretches from the Kvarner Riviera down to Split, Croatia’s largest coastal city. Sometimes overlooked as a holiday destination in favour of the more famous resorts and islands further along the coast, the North Dalmatian region has much to offer visitors.
South Dalmatian Coasts
It hardly needs introducing, as Dubrovnik is probably the most well known place in Croatia, and not without reason. But there is more to the region; it also includes the Peljesac Peninsula, the islands of Korcula, with the beautiful town of the same name, and Mljet. Then extends from Korcula to Hvar, Vis, Solta and Brac and then to Trogir to Ploce in the southeast on the mainland.
Montenegro is a Balkan country with rugged mountains, medieval villages and a narrow strip of beaches along its Adriatic coastline. The Bay of Kotor, resembling a fjord, is dotted with coastal churches and fortified towns such as Kotor and Herceg Novi. Durmitor National Park, home to bears and wolves, encompasses limestone peaks, glacial lakes and 1,300m-deep Tara River Canyon.