Check out our list of Croatian treasure islands that are worth visiting.
Bura is the strongest wind that blows in the Croatian Adriatic. Make sure you never sail out in case of bura. If you do, however, find yourself in the open sea, make sure you establish your exact coordinates, and then call for help. Read a story about how one such sailing trip during bura almost ended in tragedy.
Istria, the largest peninsula in the Adriatic, is located in the northwest of Croatia. This beautiful region offers a variety of possibilities for its visitors. As is the case with the rest of the peninsula, the region around its largest town, Pula, is definitely worth exploring. Join us on an adventure and discover one of finest restaurants in Istria!
ACI marina Pula is situated in the center of the largest Istrian town. Pula has always been an important nautical and navy center. ACI Pula can accommodate 192 mooring berths up to 40 m long yachts. Pula is a great choice for the starting point of your sailing trip.
Rovinj is a town in the middle of Istrian W coast that was proclaimed a historical monument in 1963. ACI marina Rovinj is located at the E side of the port and can accommodate 407 yachts on mooring berths. Rovinj host numerous sporting events and attracts a lot of tourists every year.
ACI marina Umag is located in the N part of the town port, offering 475 moorings equipped with fresh water and electricity nozzles and connections. ACI marina Umag can accommodate yachts up to 40 m LOA and is one of the few marinas in Croatia equipped with yacht wash-up waste water treatment plant.
ACI marina Pomer is situated near Pula, just 8 km away. Although Pula would be a better place to start your sailing trip, a lot of yachtsmen prefer ACI Pomer because of its tranquility and quiet and relaxing surroundings. The marina offers berths for 298 yacht in the water and another 30 on land.
Rovinj, lying on the west coast of Istria peninsula on the north Adriatic, is often mentioned as a romantic destination. The church of St. Euphemia dominates the vistas of Rovinj. The city is also known for its traditional festival of batana and bitinada.
As you approach Pula aboard your charter yacht, you can already see the main sight not only of the city but of the whole northern part of the Croatian coast – the amphitheater.
The Pula Arena is one of the six largest Roman arenas in the world. Today it is a venue for different concerts and can be explored for a small fee.
Croatian coast is proud of numerous exclusive restaurants offering tasteful specialties of the Mediterannean cuisine and more, including wonderful atmosphere and great winelist. Here is a list of five most exclusive restaurants on the Croatian coast, easily reachable by sailing or motor yachts.