The top attraction in Croatia is its lush green environment and historic cities. Zagreb is its vibrant capital city that holds some of the best galleries, restaurants, museums, and shopping malls. You will also get to explore the centuries-old harbor towns across the coast oozing with Venetian-era stone structures. Moreover, there are numerous pebble beaches, where travelers can enjoy participating in activities like windsurfing, scuba diving, and water skiing.
Yachters can enjoy sailing along the Adriatic coast. You can visit several UNESCO World Heritage site to understand the how this small country Croatia spreads across 56,000 sq. km. You can even rent a yacht from Croatia’s leading charter agency to explore this beautiful place as and when you want. To learn more about it, visit goolets.net .
Underwater town diving tour
Croatia’s most interesting part is located under the sea. Biblical statues are seated on the seafloor. In Jelinek Bay, the travelers dive to a depth of 9 to 18 meters, where they can see exotic creatures swimming around the statue.
Dubrovnik is a UNESCO World Heritage site with a magnificent old town inside the robust defensive walls of the medieval era. The old city walls that surround the city are 2 km long and 4 to 6 m in height. The walls have towers and turrets for extra protection within the city. Inside the city, you will be able to see how the Gothic, Baroque, and renaissance churches, palaces, fountains, and monasteries have been preserved.
Sail the islands
Croatia has more than 1,000 islands, so make sure that you don’t miss out on any and have a wonderful sailing experience. Island exploration is the best and unarguable thing to do here. Sailing is the most epic tourist attraction and a Croatian vacation can be sacrilege without spending time on the sea. It is blissfully worth to spend a week, and if you cannot, then even a day trip is great.
Must-visit islands are –
It is the trendiest town of the Dalmatian Islands. The beach water sports are popular amongst tourists, celebrities, and yachters. It is a home for the country’s top seafood restaurants and best hotels. The old town is car-free and has a large main square overlooked by a hilltop fortress, 16th-century cathedral and a fishing harbor.
Kornati national park
The Kornati is a group of 89 big and small islands. According to tourists, it is a nautical paradise. The islets are arid and rocky without any fertile soil, so they are uninhabited. There are some stone cottages scattered here and there are used as holiday retreats. Add this destination to your yacht itinerary. The Vransko Jezero is an ornithological reserve and is perfect for bird watching, fishing, and biking. You can visit the Sibenik City Museum and the wood building Betina Museum.
Zlatni Rat beach
It is located on the Brac Island coast in Bol. It is the most photographed beach, which has fine pebbles spread across 500 meters vertical to the coast. On the backdrop are Vidova Gora Mountains. You can see sun lounges and umbrellas lined under the pine trees. Tourists even enjoy water sports on the beach.