Rab is an increasingly bustling tourist spot and a paradise for boaters, with several stunning bays to anchor, tiny islands, favorable winds, and ACI marinas. It’s also the second greenest island in the Adriatic after Mljet National Park! But why else should you sail Rab?
A rocky stone oasis that imitates the look of the moon, this island is also famous outside of its appearance. Where internationally-awarded cheese, world-famous music festivals, salt production, and tourism mix on the ‘moonscape’ - meet Pag.
Zadar, a Croatian coastal gem that mixes ancient history and Mediterranean marvels, lies northwest of Ravni Kotari, southeast of Rijeka, northwest of Šibenik, and some 150 km north of Split. The city of Zadar sits on a peninsula where the mainland, port, and Jazine Bay meet, while the Zadar archipelago includes around 300 islands and islets, making it a dream for boaters.
Thanks to its rare geological and geomorphological features and exceptional flora and fauna, it has been a protected area since 1980 and a nature park since 1988. It is a paradise for boaters and a not-to-be-missed destination on your next sailing trip. Dive into the unparalleled beauty of Telašćica with us!