Besides having numerous islands, the Dalmatian archipelago is also rich in splendid bays, white beaches, picturesque harbors, and charming medieval ports.
One of the most fascinating areas of this coastline lies between Split and Dubrovnik. Dubrovnik is a UNESCO world heritage site, and a “must-see” city in Croatia. Located in the southern area of Croatia, the town is rich in history, from the ancient city walls to the baroque buildings characterizing the city-center.
Among the islands to explore in Croatia, do not forget the names of Hvar, Korčula, and Brač. Korcula, rich in culture and history, is the birthplace of Marco Polo, as well as one of the Greenest islands in the Adriatic Sea. Brac is the ideal island to practice water sports, and most of the time, due to exposure to the wind, it is an excellent spot to practice windsurfing. Instead, Hvar is known for its beauty and exclusivity, offering luxury shopping, high-level wineries, and a joyful and unparalleled nightlife.
Besides the fabulous beaches and the numerous marine activities, Croatia also hosts beautiful romantic and medieval cities where a great variety of inland activities can be experienced. The favorable temperatures and gorgeous climate of the region, make Croatia a pleasant charter destination in different periods of the year.