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Come aboard one of our private yacht charters for a unique getaway, in complete privacy and off the beaten path.
Here, Yachtside presents its favorite destinations for summer yacht charters that will delight travelers of all ages.
Croatian Islands, Greek Islands, Amalfi coast, Corsica, Sardinia: discover the most spectacular gems of these five paradise places with Yachtside.

Experience the magic of the Dalmatian coast of Croatia with its islands, coves, emerald waters, mountains and lakes.


Hvar and Korcula

Two of the must-see destinations are Hvar and Korcula with their medieval architecture and Gothic and Renaissance cathedrals, seaside restaurants and breathtaking views of the Adriatic.

Brac island, the largest island of the central Dalmatian group of islands

Rich cultural and historic heritage that dates to pre-historic times, unique gastronomy, beautiful beaches and bays, crystal blue sea, high are the guarantees of a holiday you will always remember.

Rovinj : Welcome to Saint-Tropez in Croatia!

Rovinj is a beautiful and charming little town, typical of Croatian seaside. Rovinj has a hilltop cathedral and narrow streets filled with art galleries, wine bars and chic boutiques

The Brijuni Islands

Explore the Brijuni Islands of unspoiled natural beauty. They are famous for their winding coastline and for their preserved Mediterranean vegetation, some of which has been shaped into a national park.



Discover the Secret beach : Stiniva Cove.

To reach this magic beach of white pebbles there is only one way: by tender or… swimming for the most athletics ones

A mysterious blue light...

Visit the Blue Cave on the island of Biševo, one of the most impressive limestone caves in the Mediterranean.


The Brijuni Islands

The national park also offers a sumptuous Roman and Byzantine heritage.

You can also visit the private safari park of the former Yugoslav statesman Josip Broz Tito


Black Risotto 
Known locally as crni rižot, this is made with cuttlefish or squid, olive oil, garlic, red wine and squid ink, which gives an intense seafood flavour and black colour.

The white-grey, long-horned Istrian oxen are a gourmet delicacy. Boškarin is served at top restaurants and konobas (taverns) in a variety of ways, including as carpaccio; in savoury sauce with pasta or gnocchi; as salami or steak.

Olive oil
Croatian olive oils received nine awards at the 2016 New York International Olive Oil Convention, six of which were from Istria.

Istria’s Motovun forests contain some of the highest concentrations of truffles in the world.

Commonly found on the Adriatic coast, these donut-like fried pastries vary from region to region. Traditionally served during the holidays, these are popular and highly addictive, so you can usually find them year-round.

Fuži and pljukanci
Fuži is quill-shaped homemade pasta made by cutting 5 x 5cm squares and wrapping each piece around the handle of a wooden spoon. It is often served with a truffle cream sauce or mild red sauces including beef, boÅ¡karin, chicken, rooster or wild game. Istrians also love chewy, hand-rolled pljukanci – this is pasta that resembles the shape of green beans – and njoki (gnocchi).


Malvazija and Teran

Istria’s signature wine varieties are Malvazija and Teran. Malvazija, an easy-drinking white wine with good minerality and apricot and apple notes, pairs well with seafood dishes. Teran, a robust red, goes well with meat dishes including boÅ¡karin and prÅ¡ut.

Drink rakija

A distilled spirit made from fruit, rakija is part of Croatian culture and a symbol of hospitality. It is customary to have a glass before and/or after your meal, and to look your fellow drinkers in the eye, clink glasses, and consume the entire shot at once.

The closest airports

The closest city to Hvar island with an international airport is Split
Split is the most popular destination for cruise departures

A Croatian island to Europe direct – welcome to Brač!
Another Croatian airport success story in recent years is the island of Brač. The small airport almost closed just three years ago, but new investment and a fresh strategy has transformed everything.



Persons vaccinated or recovered from Covid-19 infection within the past six months will not need to present a negative PCR test to travel to Croatia.
For the others it is required to present the results of a PCR test performed within 48 hours before departure.
For those with antigenic test results who stay in Croatia for more than 10 days, a new test within 10 days of arrival will also be required.

Travel safely with the label “Stay Safe in Croatia”

This label aims to inform visitors of places and services that respect international health standards. You will therefore know, by seeing this label displayed, which accommodations, restaurants, and other tourist attractions apply all sanitary measures.


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