Yacht Charter Dubrovnik region
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Dubrovnik has now recovered well from the war damage of the 1990s and visitors have returned to the city. Nestled between the Adriatic Sea and the Dinaric Alps, it is an accessible and affordable city holiday for many European travellers. The pedestrian-friendly Old Town is particularly attractive. The biggest hustle and bustle is in the summer when countless cruise ships and yacht charter customers visit the city. As a consolation is considered, at the latest in the evening the visitors and yacht charter sailors have the city again for themselves.
Yacht charter in the city of Dubrovnik UNESCO'S World Heritage Site
The sailing paradise Dubrovnik has a lot to offer especially for historically interested yacht charter enthusiasts, because the old town itself has already been honoured by UNESCO as a world cultural heritage, to which the extraordinarily well preserved, almost 2000 meters long fortification wall has contributed significantly. This wall is unique in its kind in Europe. In the marinas around Dubrovnik numerous yacht charter companies offer good service and interesting sailing yachts, catamarans and motor boats in all sizes. The yacht charter area is by the beautiful nature and the small islands with their bays a highlight in your yacht charter vacation. After a long relaxing sailing trip you can enjoy the pulsating life of the city in the evening. The islands of Jakljan, Lopoud and Lokrum should also be visited. Because a unique silence, untouched nature as well as crystal clear water, these stations will become the highlight of your yacht charter vacation. Dubrovnik is one of the most attractive sailing paradises in Europe. It is suitable for both inexperienced and advanced sailors. Immerse yourself in a fascinating world of breathtaking scenery, cultural diversity and incredible hospitality! It's worth it. The main attraction is, of course, the parade whose stone slabs have been polished by the feet of the visitors and inhabitants over many years. Southern Dalmatia - this is the area from the historic city of Cavtat to Dubrovnik, the centre of Southern Dalmatia, to the peninsula of Peljesak.
Evening stroll after the sailing trip in the Old Town of the UNESCO World Heritage Dubrovnik
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1. Day: The first sailing day of the yacht charter from Dubrovnik past the Elafitischen islands Kolocep and Lopud to the island Sipan. The small place Sipanska Luka in the northwest of the Elaphite island is headed for there. The place offers the perfect starting point for hikes on the green island with its rich stock of old olive trees. The island of Sipan was once one of the richest in the eastern Mediterranean and attracted many shipbuilders, shipowners and merchants. There are berths for yachts - but only a few. On the eastern shore of the bay, south of the small pier. Muringleinen, otherwise no service. Who finds no place here, anchors with the yacht in the big harbour bay. Recommendation for gourmets: Stop at the Konoba "Kod Marka", which is one of the top addresses on the coast of Croatia.
2. Day: Today you leave the island world of the Elafiten and sail to the island Mljet, one of the most wooded islands in the Mediterranean. Hiking trails and routes can be found here en masse. The Mljet National Park forms the western part of the island - this is also the location of the small port of Polace, where you can enjoy an idyllic location with your yacht. The restaurant Antika offers mooring places for yacht charter vacationers in direct proximity of the palastruine. About 1 nautical mile east of Polace the restaurant Dalmatinac has mooring places and buoys.
3. Day: The island of Korcula with the island capital of the same name is a must for a yacht charter holiday from Dubrovnik. Korcula city is considered a jewel among the cities in Dalmatia. From Liegepatz you can reach the historic old town in a few minutes on foot. The old town of Korcula is one of the best preserved medieval settlements in the Mediterranean. Greeks, Romans, Illyrians and Venetians have left their traces here. The most famous son of Korcula is Marco Polo, whose house can be visited. For those who prefer something quieter, the Konoba Barka west of the harbour office is recommended. Large ships are usually moored at the old town piers, smaller yachts moor in the ACI Marina Korcula next to the centre.
4. Day: From Korcula the sailing schedule leads from Dubrovnik today again to the island Mljet - but this time to Okuklje. Okuklje is situated in a basin framed by steep slopes. There you will find five Konobas. The Maran has the most beautiful berths. Excursion tip: Climb the mountain early in the morning and enjoy the fantastic view!
5. Day: The small village Slano at the coast of Croatia lies at the end of an extensive bay in the Kolocep channel. There are plenty of berths in the bay - the yacht is well protected from the wind. In Slano there are good supply possibilities. If you want to send a postcard to your home country quickly, you can do so at the small post office.
6.Day: Sail the few miles back to the yacht charter base in Dubrovnik. Stroll through the alleys of the Mediterranean metropolis and end your yacht charter cruise in one of the many Konobas and bars. Tip: If you still have time, a trip with the cable car directly at the edge of the old town to the fortress on the mountain is recommended. There you can see an exhibition about the Serbian attacks on Dubrovnik. The short drive gives a fantastic view of Dubrovnik!
The Konobe (Croatian for cellar) are small restaurants located mainly on the Croatian Adriatic coast. They offer simple typical dishes and wines from the respective region.
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