Sailing your way around Croatia with On The Go Tours
With a glamorous coastline of stunning islands, ancient walled ports and pristine interior wildernesses offering a range of sights and activities, Croatia has much to charm any traveller. Setting sail on the Adriatic Sea from Split, Dubrovnik or Opatija, stop off at Croatia’s beautiful islands on a relaxing sailing holiday. There's plenty of time to lounge out on deck in the sun and at each stop explore charming ports, medieval fortresses, green pine forests, unspoiled inland lakes and secluded beaches.Read More
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On our sailing holidays your boat will dock in a different town each day, so you can enjoy free time to wander through age old streets where people still live as they have done for many years. Seek out local eateries, many of which serve up fabulous fresh seafood, visit a local farm and sample delicacies at a village feast in Kuna, go wine tasting on the island of Korcula and soak up the sun and sea on Croatia's beautiful coast.
Croatia Group Tours
Departing from Zagreb or Dubrovnik our Croatia tours offer a variety of mainland and island sights from stunning Plitvice National Park to ancient Split with a choice of itineraries that venture into neighbouring Bosnia and Slovenia. Depending on your preferred travel style, we offer guided and semi-independent group tours in Croatia and beyond. With airport transfers and transportation included, along with experienced local English-speaking guides for sightseeing excursions and quality hotels used along the way, our group tours are a comfortable way to explore Croatia.
Croatia Sailing Holidays
A sailing holiday is the ideal way to explore Croatia's sublime stretch of coast on the Adriatic Sea and the many picturesque islands fringed with pristine turquoise waters, beautiful beaches and hidden coves. The islands also offer charming fishing villages, historical marina ports and countryside carpeted with acres of vineyards, all waiting to be discovered. Each of our sailing holidays feature a mix of sailing, swim breaks and plenty of free time to relax on deck and soak up the sunshine or independently explore the islands we dock at. read more
Setting sail from Dubrovnik, Split or Opatija, our Croatia sailing holidays offer eight blissful days aboard a motored sail boat stopping at the country’s most scenic islands. Every night offers a new port of call to sample the local cuisine and nightlife with breakfast and lunch provided onboard, freshly prepared by our local crew. We also offer a choice of boat standards to suit every taste and budget.
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Sailing from Dubrovnik
The magnificent medieval walled city is the perfect place to begin a sailing holiday around Croatia's stunning islands. With awe-inspiring palaces, fine city walls and imposing monasteries, it's a top spot to wander at leisure soaking it all in and as the set for the popular TV show Game of Thrones it holds even more appeal for many visitors. We have three Croatia sailing holidays departing from Dubrovnik - Cruise Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik and the Dalmatian Coast, Creme de la Croatia and our northbound Adriatic Explorer - all 8 days in length departing between April and October to make the most of the sunny Mediterranean summer. Consider arriving early to spend a few days in Dubrovnik before your cruise and take the cable car up Mount Srđ for incredible views of the city.
Recommended Places to Visit in Croatia
With over a thousand islands to explore as well as a host of mainland attractions from historic cities to stunning national parks, Croatia has plenty to entice travellers and to help you decide where to visit we've put together a selection of our favourite spots in Croatia.
Within the ancient stone walls, the historic centre of Dubrovnik remains untouched by the 21st century with gorgeous churches, baroque public buildings and bell towers lining the marble streets. Fronting the brilliant blue waters of the Adriatic and backed by mountains it's easily Croatia's most stunning destination, used as a setting in the popular TV show Game of Thrones as the capital of Westeros.
Plitvice National Park
The Plitvice Lakes National Park is Croatia's biggest natural attraction with 16 crystalline lakes coursing their way through pristine forest to create a series of cascades and ever-changing rock formations. The captivating turquoise waters are rich in fish while colourful butterflies hover over the bridges and walkways that enable visitors to explore the park.
Popular with the rich and famous, the glitzy island of Hvar is Croatia's prime party destination with legendary nightlife, flashy bars and waterfront restaurants. The 13th century Hvar Town is one of the Adriatic’s best-preserved historic towns and attracts a wide range of visitors including families looking for a slice of unspoiled beauty on the Mediterranean with a healthy dose of natural beauty to boot.
Covered by forest and rural landscapes of cultivated fields, neat vineyards and attractive villages, Mljet island is one of the Adriatic's most beautiful islands and a firm favourite on sailing routes. The western side of the island is a national park that encompasses untouched Mediterranean forests and two gorgeous saltwater lakes with an island monastery that dates back to the 12th century.
Marking the crossroads where western and eastern Europe meet, the capital city of Zagreb has been Croatia's cultural and political heart since the Middle Ages and continues to develop its own unique personality with grand Austro-Hungarian architecture standing beside harsher socialist structures. With excellent museums, lively cafe scene and cutting-edge clubs, Zagreb offers the perfect city stay.
Croatia Travel Guide
A well-planned trip can make all the difference so to help we've put together an essential guide on travel to Croatia.
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Information on climatic and weather conditions in Croatia
Places on our must-see list of any visit to Croatia
Visa requirements for Croatia and info on getting your visa
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Facts about Croatia
- Croatia's currency, Kuna, was named after a small rodent, whose fur was used for payment many centuries ago.
- The limestone columns of the White House in Washington, D.C. were made from Croatian stone.
- The famous explorer, Marco Polo, was actually born on the Croatian island of Korcula.
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