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For a great starting point to your sailing holiday in Croatia, Split in the Southern Dalmatia area of the country certainly takes a lot to beat. Both in terms of sightseeing and its beautiful coastline are stealing the hearts of sailors. Whether you are looking to charter a sailing yacht, motorboat or a catamaran, it is an excellent place to start. On Tubber, we have a wide range of boats available to charter in this area. For those who wish to relax or don't possess the required skills to sail on their own, we offer the services of a skipper to enable you to manoeuvre safely through the numerous waterways in this part of Croatia. You can rent a yacht and enjoy a sailing holiday wit Tubber yacht charter!
Split is the largest and most important city in Southern Dalmatia and is full of things to do and see during your visit. It is a city rich in history with its Roman heritage, some of which can still be seen today close to the centre of the town. If history is not your thing, the city also has a lively market and shopping area for you to enjoy and hide from the scorching sun. Having a sailing holiday in Split is one of a kind experience!
Contrary to many touristic places in Croatia, you can actually meet many locals here, and feel a true Croatian atmosphere. Especially while walking around the Riva (sea promenade), and visiting one of many cafes, where local citizens often meet for coffee and a chat. In the seaside part of Croatia, there are not that many places where Croatians mix with tourists that much. In Split there obviously more places to visit other than the Diocletian’s Palace and restaurants. You can climb the Marjan Hill, see the Temple of Jupiter, the Cathedral of Saint Domnius, and the remainings of the aqueduct, and many museums and art galleries. Thanks to that, no matter what are your needs, you will find something to do in Split. This makes the city a great place for chartering a yacht or resting during your sailing.
For a sailing holiday, the Mediterranean climate of Croatia is excellent! The average daily temperatures are 25 to 30 degrees in summer, making it very pleasant to sail and sunbathe. In the continental region, the temperatures are from 15 to 20 degrees, making it a bit cool in the summer. During the summer it is also full of tourists and prices are higher.
During the midseason in May, June, September, and October, it is less touristy, and the weather is excellent. This time is perfect for a sailing holiday, swimming in the sea, and even avoiding the crowds. Social distancing is possible at this period, right before the high season starts in July.
The best time for a sailing holiday in Croatia is from May till October. Also, the weather is at its best to rent a yacht as the sun is shining all day long.
Split is the second biggest city of Croatia, and a top-rated destination to rent a boat. The city creation is based on the Diocletian's Palace, which is on the UNESCO heritage list. Thanks to the Split size, it is lively, full of attractions, and places where you can enjoy the fantastic local cuisine. Also, contrary to many touristic places in Croatia, you can meet many locals here, and feel an authentic Croatian atmosphere. Especially while walking around the Riva (sea promenade), and visiting one of many cafes, where local citizens often meet for coffee and a chat. In the seaside part of Croatia, there are not that many places where Croatians mix with tourists that much. In Split there more places to visit other than the Diocletian's Palace and restaurants. You can climb the Marjan Hill, see the Temple of Jupiter, the Cathedral of Saint Domnius, and the remainings of the aqueduct, and many museums and art galleries. Thanks to that, no matter what are your needs, you will find something to do in Split. This makes the city a great place for chartering a yacht or resting during your sailing.
The very close to Split - the city of Trogir, has a more than 2000 years old history. Many people call the sailing destination a "living museum" due to the incredible historical heritage that you can see there! As the city is located on a small island, you can sail around it and enjoy the old Venetian architecture. Trogir's old centre is also on the UNESCO heritage list with its incredible atmosphere and infrastructure. Many important places are awaiting you there - The City Gate, The Duke's Palace, Cipiko Palaces, and The Cathedral of St. Lawrence.
The historical sites, the labyrinth of narrow and winding streets, and the unique atmosphere make Trogir a beautiful place for a sailing holiday!
Rogoznica is a lovely Croatian village that lays south from Šibenik. It has a very charming and safe port, where many boaters can be seen. Rogoznica will amaze you with its uniqueness and friendly atmosphere, full of entertainments and activities. In the city centre, you will notice the old stone houses, which are one of the tourist attractions and are very well maintained. The municipality and other private organisations organise many cultural events in the town. There is something for every person in this small town. Moreover, during summertime, there are only a couple of days raining. However, the rest of the time you will enjoy sunny and warm days. All you need to do is to rent a yacht and dive into the atmosphere of Rogoznica and its surrounding area.