Yachtcharter Trogir

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Start your yacht charter in one of the most worth seeing cities in Croatia: Trogir. The old town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is close to the marinas, so you can easily explore it on the first or final day of your cruise. Near Trogir on the mainland coast are other towns and cities rich in historical sights and full of charm. The cultural metropolis of the region, Split, encourages a shore excursion just across the bay, and in between, several towns with fortresses line up, forming together Kaštela.

Just in the bay in front of the city, the island world of Central Dalmatia with Šolta, Brač and Hvar can be reached in short strokes. For families, therefore, excellent conditions to experience with children on board dreamlike bays and beaches quite relaxed, with short Schlängen. Nature lovers explore the island of Vis and also historically interested people will find something to discover here.

The pleasant temperatures of the area make sailing here a relaxing experience and the stable wind conditions provide the best conditions for enjoying sailing of any level. Short gullets, historic metropolises and quiet bathing bays with crystal-clear water offer the best conditions for a vacation trip.

Climate: Mediterranean with temperatures between 23 and 30 degrees
. Winds: Mistral, Jugo, Bora
Sailing season: April to October

Yacht charter Trogir

Croatia is one of the most popular sailing destinations among European sailors. On a yacht charter Trogir you start in Central Dalmatia, centrally located on the Croatian Adriatic Sea.

Already in the third century BC there was a Greek settlement on the territory of today's Trogir. In the 13th century the town had great economic importance and many of the buildings from this and other settlement periods are still preserved today. It is not without reason that the entire old town of Trogir has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997.

Embark on a journey through time, starting with the crossing of the bridge to the island of Čiovo. The island is enclosed by the medieval city walls. You enter the old town through the land gate from the late Renaissance period. The Kamerlengo fortress still rises against the sea side. St. Lawrence Cathedral also dates from the 13th century, and its main western portal is considered the most important work of Romanesque-Gothic style in all of Croatia - a must-see for lovers of church architecture. John Paul II Square, where the cathedral is also located, is the vibrant center of the old town and has even served as a movie set. In Winnetou III, Winnetou and Old Shatterhand ride across the square, which there belongs to the town of Santa Fe.

The marinas in Trogir are located in the immediate vicinity of the historic city center and the southern, palm-lined waterfront. The latter again radiates a bit more tranquility and invites you to stroll. The cafés and restaurants located here are ideal for a short stop or even a convivial evening.

Divers can rent equipment in Trogir or go on organized dives. There are several wrecks in the area where diving is permitted.

How to get there: Trogir is located only 5 kilometers from the international airport in Split. This airport is served by flights from many European cities. You can reach Trogir from the airport quickly by bus, by cab or you can order a transit beforehand via our customer area. Also by car you can still travel well to Trogir. From Munich it is about 850 kilometers.

The old town of Trogir is separated from the mainland by a canal and combines many historical sights. Here the special clock tower and on the right the town loggia. ©kite_rin/AdobeStock

Central Dalmatia - Islands as far as the wind takes you

1 week: Trogir - Hvar - Vis - Biševo - Korčula - Lastovo - Pelješac - Trogir

2 weeks: Trogir - Vis - Korčula - Mijet - Šipan - Lopud - Koločep - Dubrovnik - Pelješac - Korčula - Šolta/Brač - Trogir

If you prefer it a little quieter, you can stop on the island of Hvar. Here you will find equally beautiful, perhaps not as extraordinary beaches as on the sister islands of Vis and Brač. The eponymous town of Hvar on the island has earned the nickname "The St. Tropez of Croatia". Sights from centuries past and a wide range of cultural activities offer plenty to do for a day ashore. In the theater of Hvar, which was founded as early as 1612, performances still take place today. Especially in May during the theater days a wide program is offered. A special feature, which is registered as an intangible UNESCO world cultural heritage, is the procession "Za križen" which takes place annually in the night from Maundy Thursday to Good Friday.

After this excursion into the cultural landscape we go back to the beach. To a sandy beach! On the island of Vis in the bay of Stonica you will find a small piece of Croatia with Caribbean flair. A shallow sandy beach, turquoise water, palm trees and a beach bar. Everything you need for a relaxing afternoon. If you want to spend your day on the beach a little more quietly and undisturbed, you will also find the perfect conditions for a day in the refreshing water in one of the many small bays around the island. The sandy beaches are rather rare in Croatia, but the sea on the pebble beaches is very clear and offers a variety of blue and turquoise tones.

The island of Brač is only a few nautical miles from Trogir. It is very popular with windsurfers. The beach Zlatni Rat in the south of the island is particularly impressive. It stretches almost 500 meters into the sea. Its brilliant white pebbles stand out clearly against the blue tones of the water and the green of the surrounding vegetation. Not only a pleasure to swim in, it is also extremely impressive to the eye. Due to its beauty, the beach is very popular and always well visited.

On Biševo there is one of the most popular destinations in the region - the blue cave. It is accessible from the sea by boats, but access by private boats is prohibited, so you have to join one of the guided tours. Nevertheless, a worthwhile excursion. Due to the incidence of sunlight through the roof of the cave, the water seems to glow blue.

For those who crave some exercise away from the water, a stopover on Korčula is recommended. The island is relatively hilly, the two highest elevations Klupca and Kommt reach a height of over 500 meters. There is a relatively well-developed network of paths for cycling and hiking tours. In addition, the island is covered with pine forests, which offers shade and cooler temperatures, especially during the midday hours. For those who prefer to go to the water, the beach of Lumbarda is recommended. At the beach there is also the possibility to rent kayaks to discover the smaller islands off the coast.

The island of Lastovo is also very suitable for hiking trips. In addition, the island is known among amateur astronomers for its particularly good possibilities to see the Milky Way from here. Make yourself comfortable in one of the anchor bays in the west of the island, enjoy a glass of red wine on deck and watch the rising night sky.

Speaking of red wine, not far from Korčula lies the long Pelješac peninsula. Wine lovers may be familiar with this stretch of land. Besides tourism, wine growing plays an important economic role. From the Mali Plavac vines grown here, Dingač is produced. A deep red, almost black red wine, which is one of the best in Croatia.

Almost Caribbean: The Paklinski archipelago near Hvar. ©Alen Ajan/AdobeStock

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