From Split to Dubrovnik by Road

From Split to Dubrovnik by Road

While sailing is at the forefront of everything we do, that doesn’t mean we can’t admire Croatia’s coastal roads, especially when they’re as breathtaking as they are here. Croatia’s coastline is no walk in the park, though, spanning over 3,600 miles as one of the longest coastlines in the Mediterranean. Each portion promotes a unique perk of Croatia’s Adriatic charm, from the heights of Istria to the depths of Dubrovnik. But one part, in particular, is noted as the most popular - the drive from Split to Dubrovnik.
Game of Thrones in Croatia - Filming Locations to Visit on Your Sailing Holiday

Game of Thrones in Croatia - Filming Locations to Visit on Your Sailing Holiday

While the wildly popular HBO series ended in 2019, Game of Thrones undoubtedly left its mark after nearly a decade on our television screens - and Croatia is lucky to benefit from the buzz.
Nature Parks Along Your Croatian Sailing Route

Nature Parks Along Your Croatian Sailing Route

Did you know that Croatia has 444 protected areas, making up 9% of the entire country? And in addition to Croatia’s popular national parks, which you’re likely familiar with, Croatia packs a punch with even more unparalleled beauty? As if the entire Croatian coast wasn’t already a natural wonder, the country is decorated with parcels of protected land that honor the even more pristine pieces of Croatian territory - nature parks.
Dubrovnik Day Trip - Explore the Konavle Region

Dubrovnik Day Trip - Explore the Konavle Region

If your sailing holiday darts you down to Dubrovnik, you’ll likely take your time delving into the ancient core of the old town, embracing the 360-degree views from the mesmerizing defensive walls, and likely taking your sailboat to hop around the Elaphiti Islands to explore the best beaches, bays, and sunny days. And while many may think that beauty fails to extend beyond Dubrovnik and its Kings Landing fame, we believe that they have yet to meet one day-trip-worthy region just southeast of Croatia’s Games of Thrones paradise - the Konavle region.
National Parks to Visit on Your Sailing Holiday

National Parks to Visit on Your Sailing Holiday

Did you know that Croatia boasts eight national parks, four of which are located along Croatia’s coast? We’re certain you’ve heard of the most popular Plitvice Lakes, best-known thanks to its 16 cascading waterfalls. However, it’s not the easiest to reach on your sailing holiday. Fortunately for all sailing guests, there are many other national parks that pack the same punch - and we’re here to map out your park-perfect sailing route to make sure you don’t miss a beat while wrapped up in Croatia’s natural world. Let’s start in the north.