The Croatian Adriatic, one of the calmest, clearest and cleanest seas in the Mediterranean, is exactly the right place for your next sailing holiday.
Along the 6278 km long Croatian coast, 1244 larger and smaller islands await you with countless, fantastically beautiful bathing bays as well as partly offshore reefs.
Visit the islands of the Kornati archipelago, drop anchor in one of the many naturally protected areas, enjoy underwater fishing on the islands of Paklinski Otoci or visit the famous lighthouse on Palagruža, the most remote Croatian island and moor at the incredible islands of Elafitski Otoci.
The best time of the year for sailing is late spring and early autumn, when the temperatures are moderate, the sea calm and the winds favourable.
Before you start your sailing holiday it is beneficial to know what winds you can expect on the sea: These include the north-east wind and the cold bora, which brings no rainfall, but also the humid south wind, the popular and ubiquitous maestral, and the north wind, the tramontana.
Discover the turquoise blue Tiha Bay on the beautiful island of Cavtat or the mysterious Lokrum near Dubrovnik, then sail on to Vela Luka on the island of Korčula, over the islands of Hvar and Vis to Lošinj and Istria.
You will often be accompanied by dolphins - even near the coast - and sometimes even a sea turtle will appear next to you.
Find hidden bays and beaches, look for a wind-protected mooring, go ashore to one of the conobas serving delicious local specialities and then fall asleep on board under the twinkling starry sky.
But a stay in one of the well-maintained marinas, with dinner at the harbour and a walk in the nearby old town, also makes a day in Croatia an unforgettable experience.
Embark on the adventure of a lifetime and get to know Croatia by sea!
Rogoznica is located 25 kilometres from Šibenik. This typically Mediterranean place is ideal for a quiet and pleasant holiday, far away from the city hustle and bustle. Culture and history are deeply rooted in this town. The parish church of St. Nikola, built in the style of medieval Dalmatian architecture, dominates the town. For nature lovers, the Milina cave and the nearby lake connected to the sea are a unique experience.Marina Frapa Resort
A Croatia holiday is an unforgettable experience - especially as an individually designed sailing trip. Sailing between islands, anchoring in crystal clear waters and in front of secluded beaches or going ashore in one of the Mediterranean lively harbours and taking a walk through a historic harbour town: You can experience all this in this special way of travelling, come aboard one of our yachts!More Info