The Croatian Experience
Croatia …every sea-lover’s dream! Scattered in the turquoise Dalmatian waters are over 1,000 islands, home to the most beautiful pebbled beaches, medieval cities, ancient ports, UNESCO monuments bequeathed by the Venetians, restaurants hidden among olive trees and fortress towns that became famous by courtesy of the world’s greatest sailors. These are but a few reasons that make Croatia the most popular destination for sailing.
THE CROATIAN EXPERIENCE
Truly spectacular route
The Croatian Experience begins in Split, a town that combines the Dalmatian history and modernism in a spectacular manner. Maybe you want to visit Brac, with its hidden streets and thick forests that end straight in the turquoise waters of the Adriatic. Or better yet, we can go and party in the liveliest city Hvar, nicknamed by tourists the Croatian Ibiza.
Palmizana is another amazing secret place 10 min away by boat; an oasis of tranquility where the sun enters the sea like an ice cube in a glass of wine… it’s simply soaked in.
We continue sailing to the island of Vis. (“Dream”) Its name is not coincidental. This place is in the top 5 most beautiful islands of the 1000 in Croatia. A postcard-perfect town paradise nestled in coves, full of hidden caves and beaches, and surrounded by water in every conceivable shade of blue. Vis is an idyllic destination to explore, dine and embrace the rhythm of Dalmatia’s life. We’ll certainly also try their famous octopus, “peka”.
Next up is Maslinica, on Solta island. The southern part of the bay boasts a beautiful pine forest with secluded rocky beaches. In front of it lies an archipelago of seven islets, making Maslinica one of the most wonderful places in the Adriatic Sea. The beauty of the surrounding nature is in harmony with the ancient castle and picturesque stone houses.
Did we rope you in?
Join us between 20 – 27 July, on a spectacular boat to enjoy another fabulous holiday.
The Croatian Experience
Can we cook on the boat? What are we going to eat? How will it be?
On a sailboat or catamaran there is a central lounge with a fully fitted and equipped kitchen where you can be your own chef (well, if you behave, the skipper may occasionally do his thing in the galley, but be sure to thoroughly wash your hands, as these tend to be finger-licking experiences).
Here you can see our Pikasea, “Galician Octopus“, cooked on one of our sailboats. Stay tuned until the end for the verdict.
*** Sorry we didn’t get to take more pictures; it was devoured way too quickly.
So, if you want to trade olive oil, the tzatziki and the oregano for new delicious dishes and memorable experiences, get moving as places are limited!
WHOM ARE YOU HOLIDAYING WITH?
- Meeting new people
- Boat & boat parties along the way