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South Dalmatia 7 days
Kaštela - Milna (Brač) - Komiža (Vis) - Vis (Vis)
Palmižana (Hvar) - Starigrad (Hvar) - Bol (Brač) - Kaštela

Destinations

Kaštela
Milna
Vis
Komiža
Starigrad
Bol

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South Dalmatia II 7 days
Kaštela - Milna (Brač) - Komiža (Vis) - Vela Luka - Korčula
Korčula - Šćedro - Hvar (Palmižana) - Stari grad - Kaštela

Destinations

Kaštela
Milna
Vela luka
Korčula
Hvar

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North Dalmatia 7 days
Kaštela - Drvenik - Primošten - Skradin - Prvić - Luka
Prvić - Luka - Rogoznica - Maslinica - Kaštela

Destinations

Kaštela
Drvenik
Primošten
Skradin
Prvić
Rogoznica

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North Dalmatia 7 days
Kaštela - Maslinica - Rogoznica - Kaprije - Piškera (Kornati)
Piškera (Kornati) - Tribunj - Primošten - Kaštela

Destinations

Kaštela
Maslinica
Rogoznica
Kornati
Tribunj
Primošten

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South Dalmatia 14 days
Kaštela - Milna (Brač) - Komiža (Vis) - Vis (Vis) - Vela Luka - Lastovo - Mljet - Šipan
Šipan - Dubrovnik - Polače - Korčula - Palmižana (Hvar) - Starigrad (Hvar) - Bol (Brač) - Kaštela

Destinations

Kaštela
Milna
Komiža
Vis
Vela luka
Lastovo
Mljet
Šipan
Dubrovnik
Bol

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South Dalmatia 14 days
Kaštela - Bobovišca (Brač) - Komiža (Vis) - Vela Luka - Lastovo - Mljet - Šipan
Šipan - Korčula - Lovište (Pelješac) - Sućuraj (Hvar) - Jelsa (Hvar) - Bol (Brač) - Milna (Brač)- Kaštela

Destinations

Kaštela
Komiža
Vis
Vela luka
Lastovo
Mljet
Šipan
Korčula
Lovište
Jelsa

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North Dalmatia 14 days
Kaštela - Maslinica - Primošten - Šibenik - Skradin - Tribunj - Kornati (Žut) - Vali Iž - Solišćica
Solišćica - Sali - Telašćica (kornati) - Piškera (kornati) - Zlarin - Rogoznica - Kaštela

Destinations

Kaštela
Maslinica
Primošten
Šibenik
Skradin
Kornati
Tribunj
Zlarin
Rogoznica

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Kaštela
Seven villages,
castle Vitturi,
fort Kaštilac,
botanical garden,
old olive tree,
Biblical garden Stomorija
Milna
Regatta Mrduja,
the largest protected port of Brac,
ACI marina,
marina Vlaška,
port Bobovisca
Vis
Underground tunnels and bunkers,
Viska pogaca,
wine Vugava,
summer cinema Hrid
Komiža
Gajeta falkuša,
Fishermen museum,
Cultural summer of Komiza,
cove Stiniva,
Bisevo (Blue cave)
Starigrad
Stari Grad Plain,
Stari Grad museum,
Agava Lace,
the Faros cantors,
Faros marathon,
ACI marina Vrboska
Bol
"Zlatni rat" beach,
Dragon's cave,
Blaca desert,
airport
Vela Luka
Best anchorages in the eastern Adriatic,
Vela cave,
"Regatta st. Ivan",
knight game Kumpanija
Korčula
Streets are shaped in the form of a fish bone,
Marco Polo`s homeland,
fencing game Moreška,
The wines - Grk,
Plavac Mali,
Pošip,
prosecco
Hvar
The sunniest island in the Adriatic,
Hvar town piazza,
the oldest Theatre in Europe,
fortress Spanjola,
Pakleni islands,
Botanical Garden,
Hvar wines
Drvenik
Fishermen nights,
Dalmatian klapa songs,
Donja vala and Gornja vala,
Islands Krknjaš mali and Krknjaš Veli
Primošten
Donkey race,
premium red wine Babic,
marina Kremnik
Skradin
National park Krk,
small island Visovac,
Birbirska glavica,
Maraguša,
Đardin,
cove Rokovača with ACY marina
Prvić
Residence of Faust Vrančić,
"Bodulska pripetavanja",
regatta Burtiž,
the only larger town Zlarin
Rogoznica
Well protected bay from wind,
Dragon's Eye,
Outdoor Aquarium,
ACY marina,
Marina Frapa
Maslinica
An archipelago of seven islands,
castle Martinis-Marchi,
nautical marina,
cove Šešula (anchorages)
Kornati
National park,
an archipelago of 89 islands,
ACI marina Piškera i ACI marina island Žut,
The crowns of Kornati
Tribunj
Lastovo
Nature park,
trademark of Lastovo "Lastovski Fumari",
Lastovo Carnival,
cycling, diving, hunting
Mljet
"Green Island",
Large and Small Lake,
Mljet Košic,
Mljet fishing trap,
Mljet bond,
Odysseus cave,
rent a car "Mini BRUM",
port and village Polače
Šipan
one of the Elaphite islands,
peaceful and well-protected port
Dubrovnik
UNESCO protected,
fortress Lovrijenac,
Stradun,
Dubrovnik Synagogue,
Island Lokrum,
Elaphite Islands (Koločep, Lopud, Šipan),
Srđ, Trsteno,
Dubrovnik Summer Festival
Lovište
olive groves,
natural sandy beach,
"oasis of peace"
Jelsa
"Following the Cross" Procession during Holy Week,
summer wine fest
Iž ceramics,
pottery,
Iž festivity
Zlarin
Coral island,
prohibited driving a car
Mali Lošinj
Island of vitality,
Blue world Institute,
Osors Musical Festival,
Garden of fine Scents
Krk
Frankopan castle,
Baška Tablet,
cave Biserujka,
Eco island Krk,
sparkling wine Valomet
Cres
Cres tower,
Arsan Palace,
Lake Vrana,
beach for dogs,
griffon vulture
Rab
"Island of love",
Knightly Tournaments,
park Komrčar,
Rab summer festival,
basilica Santa Maria
Pag
Pag lace,
cheese, salt, lamb,
Duke's palace,
party beach Zrće,
three freshwater wetland lakes,
15th Meridian,
Pag's slave girl
Nin
Medicinal mud,
statue of Gregory of Nin,
Nin`s šokolijada,
Roman temple
Molat
Karst caves
Dugi otok
Nature park Telašćica,
Sandy beach Sakarun,
"Donkey music",
two lakes : Velo jezero and Malo jezero,
Solišćica port,
cave Terrible Furnace
Vir
Bridge of life,
Vir summer program
Ugljan
Manifestation "Ugljan in flowers",
manifestation "Čeprdljanska noć ribarskih ferala",
volleyball competition in the shoal
Pašman
Galešnjak heart shape island,
Mišulić Siđa,
Krajska festivity,
Ždreske Lazi,
Slovenian night
Zadar
Church of St. Donatus,
Saint Anastasia Cathedral,
Sea organ,
Greetings to the Sun,
Maraschino
Biograd
Two marinas Kornati and Šangulin,
Biograd regattas,
Biograd Boat show,
Biograd night,
Biograd table,
Škraping
Murter
Byzantine fortress Tureta,
regatta Kornati cup,
Big game fishing,
manifestation "Igre po našu"
Kaprije
Nautical destination,
island without roads and cars
Vodice
Vodice waterfront,
clubs, beach bars, beaches,
Easter Regatta,
CMC Festival
Šibenik
Four forts,
St. Jacob's Cathedral,
International Children's Festival,
tourist resort Solaris
Trogir
UNESCO protected town,
Trogir Cathedral,
Tower Kamerlengo,
Trogir waterfront,
in the city are two nautical marinas
Solin
Amphitheater,
St.Mary's Island,
Salona
Split
UNESCO protected town,
Diocletian's Palace,
Splitska waterfront,
Marjan Forest park,
Split summer Festival,
picigin (traditional ball game) on beach Bačvice
Makarska
Makarska observatory,
sanctuary Vepric,
sandy and pebble beach 2 km long,
Makarska pasticada,
cake Makarana
Brela
Herceg fortress,
Punta Rata beach,
Brela stone,
cherry maraska
Omiš
Pirates of Omiš,
Radmanove mlinice,
zipline, canoeing, kayaking, rafting,
eel and frog specialties
Rogač
The main port of the island,
petrol station,
antique walls in the sea
Supetar
White Brač stone,
Supetar cemetery,
"Supetar summer program",
water sports
Šćedro
Island without electricity and water,
anchorages and the safe harbor,
Bottlenose dolphin
Palmižana
ACI marina,
beach Palmižana
Sućuraj
Protection from the wind from the south and north side,
an ideal place for swimming,
Tam Tam Music Festival
Orebić
The Maritime Museum,
top quality red wines (Dingac, Postup)
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General info

Area
Mainland – 56.594 km2
Territorial waters – 31.064 km2

Population
2009 – 4.489.409

Capital (and largest city)
Zagreb

System of Government
Multi-party parliamentary Republic

Official language
Croatian

Currency
Kuna (HRK)

Time zone
CET (UTC+1)
Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)

Calling code
385
Natural beauty and diversity

Croatian coast is the most developed in Europe. 1777 km along the coastline extends about 1185 islands, islets and rocks. Each special. Each of them has its own special story and its place in history and certainly everyone can find the island just for himself, the haven to escape from everyday life. Certainly we need to mention four national parks that you can visit during your charter holiday.
Brijuni, a group of two larger and twelve smaller islands, rich in rare plant and animal species.
Kornati, the most developed island group in the Mediterranean with 140 islands of which the GB Shaw wrote: "On the last day of the Creation God desired to crown His work and thus created Kornati Islands out of tears, stars and breath."
Krka, the most beautiful karst river which you can visit by taxi boat from Skradin.
Mljet, also called The Green Island because of its dense vegetation. The great attractions are the Big and Small Lake, Polace site, Ulysses Cave and the Benedictine monastery located on the island of St. Mary in the Big Lake.

The rich historical legacy which can be found in homes, churches and palaces, each of our places on the coast and islands. Noteworthy are Euphrasian Basilica in Porec, the Sibenik cathedral, historical centre of Trogir, the Diocletian’s Palace in Split and the ancient town of Dubrovnik, which are under protection of UNESCO and the house of Marco Polo in Korcula, the oldest theatre in Europe in Hvar, the Arena in Pula The monastery in the desert Blace on island of Brac. It is impossible to enumerate all, but be sure if you visit any place you will find yourself in a living museum because every stone a piece of history.

Cultural heritage is nurtured especially on the islands. Croatian folklore with songs and dances of our ancestors is the extraordinary value of these areas. During the summer there are numerous cultural events such as the International Children's Festival in Sibenik, Split Cultural Summer, Dubrovnik Cultural Summer, Film Festival in Pula and Motovun. If you find yourself on Korcula, be sure to see Moreska and Kumpanji - chivalrous dances.

Gastronomic offer is a special value for each area. Whether this is your main reason for visiting or casual delicacy definitely try some of the delicacies and specialties of the region: smoked ham (prsut), cheese, olives and olive oil, figs, fish specialties, pasticada, desserts such as fritters, krostule and rozada.
 
Climate   

Climatic conditions in Croatia are favourable and moderate, with no major difference in temperature and a proper modification of the four seasons. In Croatia, there are three types of Climate:

  • Northern Croatia: moderate humid continental climate (with warm summers and cold temperatures and snow in winter)
  • Southern Croatia: Mediterranean climate (mild throughout all year round with hot summers and mild winters)
  • The highest peaks have snow-forest climate.

Review of monthly values for the city of Split:

 JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember
avg air temperature  7,9  8,2  10,6  14,1  19 23  25,8  25,5  21,4  17,1  12,4  9,2
Sunshine duration  131,5 147,9  186,8  217,2  273  307,4  350,3  324,8  247,3  196,9  130,6  119,3
Rainfall (mm)  77,3  62,8  63,4  62,6  55,4  49,7  26,1  42,7  71  76,5  112,9  103,5
Clear sky  7 7 7 6 7 8 15 16 12 10 6 7
Fog  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Rain  11 10 10 10 9 9 6 5 7 9 12 13
Frost  1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Snow  1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1


Winds

In the Adriatic 8 winds prevail: Tramontana (N) Bora (NE), Levant (E), Scirocco (SE), Sharp (S), Lebic (SW), Pulenat (W), Mistral (NW) from which the most important are Bora and Scirocco.

Bura (NE):is a very strong northerly wind that blows from cold mainland. The main feature is that the wind is blowing in bursts (refuli) with alternating weaker or stronger bora with breaks during which the wind is weak. Bora appears suddenly, descends steeply to the sea surface and creates a very rough sea. During winter bora lasts for several days, and achieves great strength. Because of its characteristics bora is a very dangerous wind and not recommendable for sailing.

South wind or Scirocco (SE): is the wind that blows from the southeast. The main features are that carries warm and rainy weather, and creates high waves. South wind begins to blow gradually, the signs of south wind are haze and cloudy horizon to the southeast. Although it usually blows in the colder months, it can blow in summer also.

Mistral (NW):is the wind typical for the summer period. Usually starts blowing around 9 -11 hours, and stops in the late afternoon. It is very pleasing because it disperses the heat of summer and is suitable for sailing.

Tramontana (N): is a dry, chilly, fleeting wind like bora. Unlike bora is blowing less frequent and without bursts. More often blows in the south than in the north part of Adriatic.

Levanat (E): a transitory wind that occurs when the bora passes sirocco and vice versa. Usually blows from the east.

Sharp (S): usually occurs in the open Adriatic, when approaching the cyclone from the northwest or west.

Lebic (SW): is a strong stormy wind, develops and carries strong waves and precipitation. Stronger in the colder time of year when it can be dangerous, suddenness and intensity may endanger unprotected vessels.

Ponent (W): the wind that seldom blows. It is dangerous wind strength up to 12 Bf, comes suddenly and lasts briefly bringing abundant rain.

Adriatic sea

The Adriatic Sea is a shallow water, depth gradually increases as you move from north to south. In the north, the greatest depth is 50 m, in the south 1 240m. Average sea surface temperature in winter is 7 - 14 °C, summer 22-25 °C. Salinity is 38.30 ‰.
Sea currents have no significant impact on the safety of navigation in the open sea. Direction of current is variable, the average speed is 0.5 knots, but can reach up to 4 knots. Tides have relatively small amplitude, in the southern Adriatic 40-tak cm. In the north a little more. Tides are mixed type, which means that their rhythm is semidiurnal during the new and full moon, a daily rhythm during the first and last quarter, their amplitudes are very irregular. Sea waves are a result of the winds, the height is mainly between 0.5 and 1.5 m, rarely exceeding 5 m.