Beautiful, convenient, close: Croatia is the ideal boating destination


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The coasts of Croatia are among the most popular destinations for many travelers and sea lovers. Coves, cliffs, beaches and inlets, and an endless number of islands all to explore, even and especially by boat. In its pavilion at Milan Yachting Week, theCroatian Tourist Board offers several destinations, all incredible and beautiful.


Istria, Croatia’s welcome to the Italians

Istria is the first region you will encounter in Croatia if you arrive by car from Italy. But it is also one of the most popular destinations for those arriving by sea, crossing the Adriatic. Pula is the most famous city in this region, a natural port that settles on the Istrian peninsula. Starting from theRoman Amphitheater, located just outside the historic center, you can visit Pula on foot, quietly discovering it in a few hours. Departing by boat from Pula you can explore all ofIstria and Kvarner: over 450 km of coastline to explore by boat!

Dubrovnik, history, sea and Unesco World Heritage Site

The beautiful city on the Croatian coast is a must-see for anyone visiting Croatia. An excellent choice for those seeking a convenient port of departure or arrival, the high walls of
will welcome you to its beautiful old town. The city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, was the seat of the Maritime Republic of Ragusa, and beautiful destinations can be conveniently reached by boat. For example, a few miles north of Dubrovnik, find the 13 islands of theElaphite Archipelago, with the four main islands, Slano, Jakljan, Sipan and Misnjac. These little pearls of the Croatian sea are within a few miles of each other, and can be reached in a short time from Dubrovnik’s Old Port.

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Visit theCroatia Tourist Board ‘s booth at Milan Yachting Week by clicking here. You’ll find direct contacts with the Authority to plan your next vacation!



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