ROUTE IN YACHT IN CROATIA
In Dubrovnik we won’t find only beautiful stone beaches with an unusual charm, but also a cultural offer for those who want to enjoy a place full of elegance, buildings that will take us back to a time when luxury and ostentation were the protagonists .
Hvar, with only 68 km from east to west, is one of the most famous and luxurious islands of the Dalmatian Coast. Its charming corners, the beautiful turquoise blue beaches, the excellent restaurants and its lively nightlife, dazzles everyone who visits it.
The island of Hvar is known by the name of the Island of Lavender. During the spring months it is dyed violet, perfuming the island with Mediterranean fragrances of lavender, rosemary and pine.
The County of Split – Dalmatia (Splitsko-dalmatinska županija) is south of the Šibenik-Knin, in the Croatian region of Dalmatia. In this area many of Croatia’s most tourist cities are concentrated. Essential are Trogir and Split, both World Heritage Sites. Makarska, Hvar or Sinj also enjoy great interest. The Biokovo Natural Park is also in the area.
Island of Korcula
The island of Korcula is one of the greenest islands of the Adriatic Sea, abounding vineyards and olive trees. Its southern coast is made up of small beaches and quiet caves. The Greeks called it Korkyra, Melaina or “Black Corfu”, all adjectives to define its wooded aspect.
Zadar was an old Ilirian settlement that emerged more than 3,000 years ago. The different layers of the city walls, are Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque monuments, testifying the tumultuous past of the city. Today the administrative, touristic and cultural center of the Dalmatia region.
Kotor is made to wish with that route in road by the bay, that ends at its walled city, to the shelter of the fjord, as if it wanted that nobody found it. However, it is already late for this jewel, which increasingly sounds in the tourist circuits of the Balkans and the Adriatic coast, making competition to his sisters Split or Dubrovnik in Croatia.
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Island of Korcula