Yachts tend to anchor beyond the harbor, and guests then enjoy the pleasant amble from the marina through the bustling streets and into the city’s fabulous old town of Dubrovnik. Following Croatia’s war for independence in the 1990’s, many of the beautiful stone and terracotta buildings have been reconstructed most sympathetically and with historical accuracy, inviting you to step back in time and savour the country’s rich history. You can take a cable car to the amazing Mount Srd which offers breathtaking views of town and coast.
Stunning views can also be seen from the promenade atop the city walls, overlooking the beautiful Adriatic Sea. You can have dinner with an amazing view at the trendy 360° Restaurant located inside the city great walls which offers amazing local seafood. However you can also experience these cities from the deck of your private yacht charter.
If you are a fan of history and culture, Split is the second largest city in Croatia and it is located around the palace of Roman Emperor Diocletian, which was built during the 4th century. You can also explore this amazing Unesco World Heritage and enjoy a drink in one of the dozens of bars by the atmospheric old city walls. Split is also famous for its amazing beaches.
Cavtat or the island of Korčula, where is believed that Marco Polo was living, are also interesting historical destinations.
You can just imagine him strolling the waterfront as he planned his travels, although these days as you wander along the streets of Korčula you are more likely to spot movie stars shooting in this popular location.