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Croatia

Croatia is famous for it's coast which is 6000 km long including the islands. There are 1247 islands, from which 67 are inhabited. On Croatian part of the Adriatic sea there are three national parks, NP Brijuni, NP Kornati and NP Mljet.

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Istria

Istria, the largest peninsula on the Adriatic located almost in the far north of the Adriatic Sea. Due to its position it provides many opportunities for sailors. Every historic town on the Istrian coast of the Adriatic Sea has a well-equipped marina and a docks. The largest city in Istria, Pula, is located on the very south of the peninsula. The city has famous history and great Roman legacy (Golden Gate, Amphitheater...).

Pula also has its own airport which is just 15km away from the city center and only 10km to one of the 3 major marinas Pula. If you sail to the north from Pula there are many nauticly developed small towns, (Rovinj, Poreč, Umag) and the vicinity of Venice (Italy) offers numerous routes. If you decide to go south, then there are beautiful Kvarner islands (Mali Lošinj, Cres, Rab, Susak).

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North Dalmatia

In the Dalmatian aquatorium there are 942 island and islets which is 78% of them in Croatia. Everyone who calls himself a sailor must cruise throug the Dalmatian aquatorium at least once. Excellent transport links from the north of Dalmatia, where is the city of Zadar to the largest city in the region - Split

and the most famous town located in the very south of Dalmatia - Dubrovnik with many marinas, hidden bays, anchorages make this Croatian region one of the most desirable sailing destinations of the world. On your route you will dive up to 2 National Parks - Kornati and Mljet, and you will sail around the island of Hvar, Vis, Šolta and many more.

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Central Dalmatia

In the Dalmatian aquatorium there are 942 island and islets which is 78% of them in Croatia. Everyone who calls himself a sailor must cruise throug the Dalmatian aquatorium at least once. Excellent transport links from the north of Dalmatia, where is the city of Zadar to the largest city in the region - Split

and the most famous town located in the very south of Dalmatia - Dubrovnik with many marinas, hidden bays, anchorages make this Croatian region one of the most desirable sailing destinations of the world. On your route you will dive up to 2 National Parks - Kornati and Mljet, and you will sail around the island of Hvar, Vis, Šolta and many more.

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South Dalmatia

In the Dalmatian aquatorium there are 942 island and islets which is 78% of them in Croatia. Everyone who calls himself a sailor must cruise throug the Dalmatian aquatorium at least once. Excellent transport links from the north of Dalmatia, where is the city of Zadar to the largest city in the region - Split

and the most famous town located in the very south of Dalmatia - Dubrovnik with many marinas, hidden bays, anchorages make this Croatian region one of the most desirable sailing destinations of the world. On your route you will dive up to 2 National Parks - Kornati and Mljet, and you will sail around the island of  Hvar, Vis, Šolta and many more.

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