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Istria & Kvarner

Istria, a unique peninsula located in the northwest of Croatia, delights visitors with its diversity, rich history and natural beauty. A spectacular fjord surrounded by hills and forests, it is ideal for a boat ride with views of the sea and the surrounding islands. Also, Istria is adorned with rich architecture such as the Arena in Pula and the Euphrasian Basilica in Poreč, which are among the world's most famous cultural heritage sites. This region produces high-quality olive oils and wines, and is also famous for its gastronomy and various truffle dishes. Istria is an extremely attractive destination for exploring by yacht.

Kvarner, a region located in the northern part of the Adriatic Sea, is rich in diverse nature, rich cultural heritage and delicious gastronomy. The islands of Krk, Cres, Lošinj and Rab are just some of the Kvarner islands and make this area extremely diverse, offering beautiful beaches, coves and untouched natural landscapes. The delicacy of the region is shrimps, which are often prepared on the grill, grilled or in combinations. Also, on the island of Krk, you can taste top quality prosciutto and cheese, and when visiting the island of Rab, buy a Rab cake. Kvarner is an excellent destination that satisfies the various interests and tastes of visitors, with a special charm during sailing on a yacht.

Day 1

Pula and surrounding islands

Pula, the largest city on the Istrian peninsula in Croatia, is rich in history, culture and natural beauty. The impressive Roman amphitheater located in the very center of the city is one of the best-preserved ancient amphitheatres in the world, which is also a UNESCO cultural heritage site. Gladiatorial fights and various shows were held there, and today it is used for cultural events such as concerts and festivals. Temple of Augustus from the Roman era, a building dedicated to Emperor Augustus and located near the Forum square. Also, from the rich cultural heritage that adorns the city of Pula, you can also see the Hercules Gate, which was once part of the city's defense structure. For an even greater experience, you can also visit the baroque castle built in the 17th century, which is now the home of the Archaeological Museum of Istria, and the olive oil museum for an unforgettable journey through history and tradition. This city, rich in ancient history, enchants with a fascinating combination of the past and modern charm.

Brijuni - In addition to the surrounding islets, which abound in quiet bays and beautiful beaches, it is recommended to visit the Brijuna group of islands and the Brijune National Park. Brijuni is known for its untouched nature, with beautiful seascapes, forests and pastures. They contain archaeological remains of Roman villas and ancient sites. The island also houses the residence of the former Yugoslav president Tito, which is now a museum. Among the added attractions in Brijuni, you can find a golf course for sports lovers and a Safari park with exotic animals. In addition, Brijuni is also known for its Mediterranean garden and 1,600-year-old olive tree. Likewise, by exploring the precious charms of this place, you can experience very rare and precious dinosaur footprints found on parts of the island.

Pua, Croatia
Pula, Croatia
Day 2

Rovinj & Vrsar

Rovinj, located on the west coast of Istria in Croatia, is one of the most beautiful coastal towns on the Adriatic Sea. This picturesque city is rich in history, culture and natural beauty. The old town is characterized by narrow streets, charming shops and picturesque houses. A walk through this labyrinth of streets will give you a sense of the authentic Istrian atmosphere. An insight into the history and culture of Rovinj is provided by the museum located in the baroque castle. Also, the church of St. Eufemije, which is the highest church in Rovinj with a recognizable bell tower, offers a wonderful view of the city and the surrounding area from the top. Take the opportunity for a romantic yacht ride during sunset, experiencing unforgettable moments on the Adriatic Sea.

Vrsar is adorned with beautiful beaches and crystal clear sea, by driving along the Lim channel you can enjoy the landscapes and natural beauty. You can also visit nearby restaurants that offer fresh seafood and Istrian specialties such as truffles, olive oil and wine. Visit the core of the old town and discover the charm of traditional Istrian architecture while walking through the narrow stone streets.

Rovinj, Croatia
Rovinj & Croatia
Day 3


Poreč is a city located in the heart of the western coast of Istria. A city of culture, tourism, sports and entertainment, awarded multiple times for its orderliness and cleanliness. One of the cultural heritages of the city of Poreč is the Euphrasian Basilica, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This basilica from the 6th century is an exceptionally well-preserved example of early Christian architecture. It is particularly notable for its mosaics depicting biblical scenes. In addition to the architecture of the city, Poreč offers you an insight into the richness of the Adriatic sea through an aquarium and a sea museum. Located opposite Poreč, the island of Sveti Nikola is a popular destination with beautiful beaches, sports activities and seafood restaurants. During the summer months, Poreč becomes a colorful destination with numerous festivals, concerts, cultural events and colorful fairs.

Poreč, Croatia
Poreč, Croatia
Day 4

Opatija & Krk

Opatija, located on the northern part of the Adriatic Sea in Croatia, is known for its elegant architecture and beautiful gardens such as Park Angiolina, inside which Villa Angiolina is located. This neoclassical villa from the 19th century was once the summer residence of the Austrian Prince Albert, and today it is a museum showing the history of Opatija. Take a walk along the coast along the Lungomare promenade, which offers a wonderful view of the sea and the surrounding natural beauty.

Krk, the largest Adriatic island located in the Kvarner Bay, is known for its diverse landscape, rich history and cultural heritage. Explore the narrow medieval streets of the city center and visit the Krk Cathedral and the Frankopan Castle. Some parts of the island are nature reserves or under special protection, which contributes to the preservation of biological diversity. The island of Krk has a variety of beaches, from pebbly to rocky, offering visitors various opportunities for relaxation and yachting. Some of the popular places include the beaches in Malinska, Njivice and Glavotok. Also, Baška bay offers a special experience of crystal clear sea and beautiful city center where you can find Bašćanska plata, an old stone with a Glagolitic inscription. Among the next attractions on Krk are the Plitvice Gardens. These are botanical gardens located along the coast and offer a beautiful setting and view of the sea, with rich flora and vegetation. For those who love cultural and historical attractions. Košljun is a particularly interesting island where there is a Franciscan monastery with a museum, a church and a library. Likewise, there is a special destination for tourists on the island of Krk in Omišlja. It is about the Biserujka cave, which extends 13 meters below the ground and 30 meters above sea level. Bones of a cave bear were found in the cave, and it abounds in rich cave decorations such as stalagmites and stalactites. Gastronomy on the island of Krk reflects the rich tradition of Mediterranean cuisine with an emphasis on fresh local ingredients such as prosciutto, olive oil, fish and seafood. Don't miss the opportunity to taste fresh razor clams from local farms.

Opatija, Croatia
Opatija, Croatia
Day 5


The island of Cres is located in the Kvarner Bay with a rich natural diversity and a preserved environment, such as dense holm oak forests, wild flower meadows, rocky coasts and beautiful beaches. Cres is characterized by typical Mediterranean architecture with narrow stone streets and charming squares. You can explore historic buildings such as the Cathedral of St. Mary and the Frankopan castle. Also, the historic town of Osor located on the eastern part of the island, which was once an important ancient settlement. Cres offers a variety of beaches, from pebbly to rocky. Mali Bok, Valun, Lubenice and Beli beaches - where the griffon vulture visitor center is located, are some of the places where you can enjoy the crystal clear sea while sailing on a yacht. In addition to natural beauty, enjoy the delicious cuisine that includes fresh seafood, olive oil, lamb, homemade cheese and other local specialties.

Cres, Croatia
Cres, Croatia
Day 6


Lošinj is one of the most beautiful and most visited Adriatic islands. Known for its lush vegetation, fragrant pine forests and various Mediterranean plants. The island is recognized for its clean and healthy climate, which makes it a popular destination for those seeking recovery and recreation. The capital of the island, Mali Lošinj, has a lively atmosphere and a charming old town with narrow streets, squares and Mediterranean architecture. One of the museums located in Mali Lošinj is the museum of Apoxyomena, found near the island and dating back to the 1st or 2nd century BC. The neighboring town of Veli Lošinj also has its own charm with its beautiful waterfront, the church of St. Antuna, and a park and botanical garden with various plants. Explore the diverse marine life of the Adriatic in one of the oldest aquariums in Europe, located in Čikat bay. If you want to avoid the crowds and enjoy a simple island life, Ilovik is an ideal destination that attracts people with its untouched nature, cultural heritage and relaxed atmosphere.

Lošinj, Croatia
Lošinj, Croatia
Day 7


Rab - with its rich history, beautiful beaches and picturesque town, attracts visitors with its charming atmosphere. The old town of Rab is a medieval town with well-preserved city walls and historical monuments, the main features of which are the four bell towers that make it look like a sailing ship with four masts. Among the most famous beaches are Pudarica, Suha Punta, Paradise Beach and Fkk Kandarola. A traditional event held every year in honor of St. Kristofor, the patron saint of the island is the Rab festival. The festival includes a procession, medieval knightly games of Rapese crossbowmen and concerts. The streets resound with song and music while passers-by are offered tuna, fritters, cheese, wine, šulčići and other local products. The Rab Fair is held every year from July 25 to 27, and during the Fair the whole town returns to the past. The local population takes to the city streets, offering visitors a unique opportunity to see first-hand how the island's population lived in the 14th century. When we talk about gastronomy, it is mandatory to visit the House of Rab cake. The Rab cake is an original Rab dessert, created in the 12th century for Pope Alexander III. even today it is a favorite dessert on every festive occasion, and it is especially popular as a gift and souvenir. You can watch the traditional way of preparation live, in an original and authentic setting, and take home the flavors of tradition.

Rab, Croatia
Rab, Croatia

Yacht Charter Croatia services

Among the offers of our Yacht Charter, you can choose how you want to spend your vacation while sailing on the Adriatic Sea. Whether you are an experienced skipper or want a carefree trip free from the worries and responsibilities of a yacht, our fleet offers Bareboat and Skippered yacht charter options.

Package #1

Bareboat Yacht Charter

For independent sailors, eager for adventure, we offer the Bareboat Charter option. With this service, you create the possibility to take control of our elegant vessel. With the high-quality equipment of the yacht, we offer you safe and flexible navigation during your freedom to explore hidden bays, islands and coasts.

Package #2

Skippered Yacht Charter

For those who want to enjoy luxury and comfort without worrying about the maintenance, responsibility and management of the yacht, we offer the Skippered Charter service. Our skippers will provide you with an unforgettable journey, introducing you to the most beautiful destinations, local culture and recommendations.