Sailing heaven on Earth

Best sailing destination along the peninsula of Pelješac, the cradle of sea captains; in Korčula, the birthplace of Marco Polo, following historical city of Dubrovnik, which was an independent republic for centuries, and this treasured tradition has continued in the modern-day sea and river ports of Ploče and Metković. Visit Mljet National Park, with its lakes; the Elafiti islands of Koločep, Lopud and Šipan, with their Renaissance atmosphere and the diverse, mellow landscapes of Konavle.

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South Dalmatia

South Dalmatia – Dubrovnik sailing region is known as an elegant and luxurious destination, attractive for its entertainment offer, historical heritage and beautiful landscapes.

In this region we deeply recommend you to visit:

  • The city of Dubrovnik, surrounded by medieval walls,  whose town center is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List; inevitable destination for all who navigation to the south.
  • Elafiti Islands, a group of mostly uninhabited islands near Dubrovnik, extremely attractive to yachtsmen.
  • The town of Korcula, on the island with the same name, known for its historical game Moreška and the Peljesac peninsula known for its famous red wines
  • National Park Mljet fascinates its numerous visitors with colors and smells of untouched nature. It is thr greenest island of the easter Adriatic coast, with its unique lakes.
  • Lastovo archipelago consists of 44 islands, islets and reefs because of its mystical beauty and attractive landscape values ​​declared and protected as a park of nature. On the high seas, nature park Lastovo awaiting, the furthest inhabited Croatian island, known for its fishing and enjoying the fresh fish, especially lobsters.

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Suggested sailing routes in South Dalmatia, Croatia

Route 1

  • Split 
  • Hvar 
  • Mljet 
  • Ston 
  • Split 

Where words are not enough

Mljet National Park is the most important protected area of the Dalmatian south. The park covers the western part of the island, which many regard as the most alluring in the Adriatic, full of lush and varied Mediterranean vegetation. The park includes two deep bays which, due to their extremely narrow links with the sea, are regarded as and indeed named lakes: the Great Lake and the Small Lake. Mljet is also very rich in cultural heritage, the most prominent example being the complex of the 12th century Benedictine monastery. The monastery is located on a small island in the middle of the Great Lake and is set in a lush park.

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