Yachting rentals Mediterranean

Croatia yachting from north to south of Adriatic sea
More than a thousands islands are waiting to be discovered
Be prepared to discover a unique world. Croatia is the new Mediterranean paradise.

The Adriatic Sea is one of the most beautiful seas in the world, especially in September when it is calmed down to unbelievable gentleness.

This beautiful, scenic sea is bounded on the west by Italy, and on the East by Croatia.
Croatia yachting can be a real dream vacation !

One of the popular reasons for renting yachts in Croatia is to host corporate events such as corporate incentive travel. What could be a better choice for team building or business incentive travel, than to sail a yacht together – an unfamiliar activity in a new environment?

For family vacations, Croatia yachting is an excellent way to promote family bonding, and have a shared activity for parents and children. Either way, if you are looking for family travel or corporate incentive travel, business incentive travel – Croatia yachting is a perfect choice.

One of the great thing about sailing a yacht with dear friends, family or business colleagues is that there are no interruptions from strangers. It is like having your own party.

And in order to get the most out of your yachting experience, hire an experienced skipper Skipper with thousands of nautical miles behind him or her, spent on Adriatic sea. Such experience skipper would make your Croatia yachting holidays even better and can drive you to island coves and beaches you would never discover by yourself.

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Your boat guider will gladly discover the best restaurants on islands or along the coastline for you, and recommend sightseeing of attractions or cultural heritage you should visit while traveling the Adriatic.

You can think about you boat skipper as your personal tour guider. Well experience skipper is a must, in order to receive maximum value from your Croatia yachting vacation.

Yacht fleet / boats situated in Rogoznica, Biograd, Makarska or Trogir

A boutique cruise is a unique sailing experience that will take you to places you never imagine on a comfortable home-like ship. Boutique cruises take place on small and medium vessels and therefore accommodate only a small limited number of travelers.

The atmosphere on board is relaxed and the service is exceptional.

A boutique cruise ensures a direct connection to nature and maximum proximity to the sea.

 

Visiting Dubrovnik

Holidays in Dubrovnik, Croatia

The view to the Old City of Dubrovnik from the sea is one of the most beautiful vistas of Croatia and whole Mediterranean. There are few cities that boasts such a beautiful location on the cliffs above the sea, and there are few places that nave so well-preserved stone Medieval walls and towers.

Dubrovnik is the jewel in the sunniest Croatian tourist region, in Dubrovacko-Neretvanska county which spread sits area near the sea cost. In this county Dubrovnik is the most important but by no means the only cultural jewel.

The main Dubrovnik´s streets within the Old City Walls is Stradun. On its western end there is a large Fountain and at the eastern end, on the Luza Square there is Orlando´s Column, a symbol of Dubrovnik´s freedom.

Luza Square is a favorite meeting place for tourists and a major area for the maintenance of different events, especially the major cultural event, the Dubrovnik Summer Festival.

By the Luza Square there are the most important secular buildings of the medieval Dubrovnik – Gothic-Renaissance Rector´s Palace which was the center of the Dubrovnik authorities, and the palace Sponza. Both were built in the 15th century, as well as the most major buildings in the Old Town.

Rector´s Palace is spangled with an interested Atrium which is now a popular theatrical stage for performances. In the interior of the Palace there is a museum which contains numerous furniture, paintings and sculptures from that age.

Palace Sponza, former customs house, now the Archives of Dubrovnik, also boasts with an interesting Atrium.

Along the Luza Square there are the main religious buildings of the Old City – Church of St Blaise, Dubrovnik´s patron saint and the Cathedral of the Mary´s Assumption. Both decorated with baroque splendor because they were built in 17th century, after the catastrophic earthquake in 1667. Inside the Cathedral there are magnificent organ and a treasury of valuable exhibits. The most important are reliquary head of St Blaise. In the city of Dubrovnik, there are few harmonious monasteries with luxurious interiors. The Church which is inside the Jesuit monastery has beautiful decorated inside walls; the Franciscan monastery keeps a collection of an old pharmaceutical kit; and a Dominican monastery has a rich collection of paintings. Among the religious buildings of other religions, the Synagogue from the 15th century is the most important building which is also, by the continuity of using, the second oldest Synagogue in Europe.

Dubrovnik is well known by its museums too, which are annually visited up to half a million tourists. With the most visited Dubrovnik´s museum in Rector´s Palace, the Maritime Museum is where you can learn all about the maritime history of Dubrovnik. From the Middle Ages to the 20th century.

Dubrovnik surrounding areas are characterized by the harmony of architecture, wrapped in a green environment. This is particularly evident in the southernmost corner of the Croatia, in a fertile valley Konavle.

The main Konavle´s Picturesque town Cavtat is the birthplace of the great Croatian painter Vlaho Bukovac. His birth house is converted into a gallery of his paintings. Another valuable ornament of town of Cavtat is a family Racic mausoleum dated from 1921, the work of the Croatian aculptor Ivan Mestrovic.

The coast west of Dubrovnik, is a place known by Dubrovnik nobles´s summer villas surrounded by greenery. On one of these properties, in the picturesque village Trsteno, there is the most beautiful Croatian arboretum with various kinds of subtropical plants and trees. Arboretum is decorated with sculptures, the most notable is the statue of the Greek god Poseidon.

Further west, there is the most special part of Dubrovnik region, the Neretva River delta with its preserved landscapes and picturesque places along the Neretva River. Town Opuzen stands out by its beauty. Not far from the largest city of the Neretva area, Metkovic, there is a village Vid that is located at the site of the former Roman Narona.

On the original location of the sites there is a museum built over the part of Roman Forum, Augusteum with a number of imperial statues carved in marble.
Come and meet Dubrovnik region.

Zagreb Apartments RENT Private Accomodation

Zagreb is  becoming more popular destination for  tourists in last few years.

   Each  year growth is  reported and there are more and more places  for rent.  Private accommodation, hotels,  hostels, rooms.

Most of the tourists that visit  Zagreb stay for 3 days to experience  the city and  most of them are in a  transit to a coastline or some  Island.

Finding  the  right Hotel/ Hostel or apartment,  check out  bellow.

 

Or you can use this site, to search for prices comparison from several sites, such as: Booking, Expedia, Agoda travel and some others.

 Jet radar is also part of this network.

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Holiday  apartments and rooms for rent in Croatia capital, city of Zagreb.

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You may choose from wide selection of apartments and houses.

 If you decide to visit Zagreb,  we wish you a great  time !

 

Plitvice Lakes

Plitvice Lakes – Croatia’s first National park, established in 1949. National Park Plitvice covers 296.85 km2 of breathtaking natural splendor what makes it the largest among the eight national parks of the country.

The park was inscribed on the UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 1979, in recognition of its “outstanding natural beauty and undisturbed production of travertine (tufa) through chemical and biological action”. The park represents a phenomenon of karst hydrography.

The park presents a grand collection of waterfalls, gallery of lakes, forest and diversity of animal life. The lakes are renowned for their distinctive colors, ranging from azure to green, grey or blue. The colors change constantly depending on the quantity of minerals or organisms in the water and the angle of sunlight. The Park consist on sixteen lakes which are formed by natural dams of travertine are separated into upper and lower lakes. About 8 km of pathways and wooden walking trails around lakes are accessible to visitors. Trails are descending from an altitude of 636m to 503m above sea level.

The Park is situated in central Croatia, in the eastern part of the mountainous region of Lika. The National Park is also a home to 4,000 inhabitants. The local economy is based on tourism and farming.

Plitvice lakes are recognized as an astonishing natural monument for the benefit and enjoyment of the people now and for the generations to come. Today, 60 years after its establishment, National Park Plitvice continues to provide inspiration for visitors becoming nowadays one of Croatia’s biggest attractions. Thousands of people from all over the world visit the Park during summer. They come to find peace and relaxation just to experience something different as a getaway from the city.

Hiking is a common activity with organized programs for park visitors, other possible activities include: electric boat and train ride, cycling, skiing and rowing.

“There are water, lakes, waterfalls and forest elsewhere, but Plitvice Lakes, are unique they simply must be seen!” (Academic, Ivo Pevalek, 1937) Come for a visit and take away the experience of a lifetime.. It is time to get out and enjoy the beautiful outdoor in Croatia!.

How to reach Plitvice

Lakes National Park from any of the two cities of Zagreb or Zadar by bus or by car.

This awe-inspiring tourist destination is connected well by roads to both these cities and thus, it is a safe journey to be followed from any of these two locations. You may even reach Plitvice from Karlovac or Split, riding on a bicycle, which is definitely a fun activity.

Working hour

Plitvice Lakes National Park is open from 8am to 7pm everyday round the year. You may enjoy walking and hiking in this area and of course, witnessing the most wonderful form of nature existing here.
Contact information

PLITVICE LAKES NATIONAL PARK

53231 Plitvice Lakes
Croatia

Croatia yachting

Croatia yachting from north to south of Adriatic sea
More than a thousands islands are waiting to be discovered
Be prepared to discover a unique world. Croatia is the new Mediterranean paradise.

The Adriatic Sea is one of the most beautiful seas in the world, especially in September when it is calmed down to unbelievable gentleness.

This beautiful, scenic sea is bounded on the west by Italy, and on the East by Croatia.
Croatia yachting can be a real dream vacation !

One of the popular reasons for renting yachts in Croatia is to host corporate events such as corporate incentive travel. What could be a better choice for team building or business incentive travel, than to sail a yacht together – an unfamiliar activity in a new environment?

For family vacations, Croatia yachting is an excellent way to promote family bonding, and have a shared activity for parents and children. Either way, if you are looking for family travel or corporate incentive travel, business incentive travel – Croatia yachting is a perfect choice.

One of the great thing about sailing a yacht with dear friends, family or business colleagues is that there are no interruptions from strangers. It is like having your own party.

And in order to get the most out of your yachting experience, hire an experienced skipper Skipper with thousands of nautical miles behind him or her, spent on Adriatic sea. Such experience skipper would make your Croatia yachting holidays even better and can drive you to island coves and beaches you would never discover by yourself.

Your boat guider will gladly discover the best restaurants on islands or along the coastline for you, and recommend sightseeing of attractions or cultural heritage you should visit while traveling the Adriatic.

You can think about you boat skipper as your personal tour guider. Well experience skipper is a must, in order to receive maximum value from your Croatia yachting vacation.

Yacht fleet / boats situated in Rogoznica, Biograd, Makarska or Trogir

Croatian villas

Croatian villas and sumptuous palaces are not adequately promoted in tourism; probably because tourism promotion is mainly focused on the mass tourism, what is not bad but we should not ignore the elite tourism, that makes many traditional tourist countries proud of. Croatia also has the potential to express itself in this area, and just by the touristic presentation of its rich building heritage where villas and palaces play an important role.

Central Croatia is the kingdom of baroque palaces and villas, arranged medieval castles and fortresses, organized for tourist offer.

In this sphere, a ‘dangerous’ rival is the area of southern Croatia, i.e. Dubrovnik region of Dalmatia, not only by the beauty of the sea coast that surrounds it but also by its distinguished and noble architectural style and cultural value.

The Old city of Dubrovnik, the finest precious stone of Croatian heritage in the sunniest Croatian tourist region, provides knowledge about the one thousand years blossoming of Croatian culture and art, enabled by victorious statehood of famous Dubrovnik Republic. Dubrovnik and its surroundings – Korcula island, homeland of Marko Polo; the green islands of Mljet, Lastovo and Elafiti with it’s picturesque villages; and the Peljesac peninsula with it’s vineyards and captain’s homes villas and rural buildings; Konavle magic valley; the fertile delta of the Neretva river – provide to a visitor tourist never before experienced excitement and pleasure.

Let us think about the vista of the Old city Dubrovnik from the sea: it is one of the most impressive vistas of the entire Mediterranean: so it is not surprising centers in the description of Dubrovnik in the List of the World heritage of UNESCO, which begins by words – ‘Pearl of the Adriatic on the Dalmatian coast’…

Invitation to tourists: Come and enjoy, place yourself in hotels, don’t forget the comforts of villas and palaces in the offer; enjoy in the cultural heritage and the beauty of nature, of which we all are an integral part.

Reasonably, many conquerors in the history wanted to occupy these beauties; and even in the recent war in the last decade of the 20st century. Today, there are no more troupes with guns at the Dubrovnik’s city walls, but peace-loving tourists and participants of cultural events. Instead of guns and rifles, today well-intentioned and playful tourists admire of this, the world’s unique panorama, trying to record it by cameras for the lasting memory.

Come and enjoy! Wherever staying around – everything is ‘within reach’; in everything you can participate and experience what, maybe, you didn’t even expect.