Pay a small fee to walk Dubrovnik’s claim to fame: the ancient city walls. These walls are two kilometers long and were built in the 9th century. At the top, sailors are offered incredible views of the Adriatic Sea and the Old Town! Tip: Keep your entrance ticket because you can also access Fort Lovrijenac with it.
The Old Town was declared a UNCSCO world heritage site in 1979 and is by far the most interesting part of the city to explore on your sailboat charter in Dubrovnik. During the Middle Ages, it was a thriving Maritime Republic and competed against cities such as Venice. Surrounded by ancient walls and filled with narrow cobble stone streets, you will feel as though you have traveled back in time. Enjoy a collection of small shops or indulge in Croatian cuisine in one of the many restaurants. For sailors who watch the tv series, Game of Thrones, as you walk through the streets you may recognize the background of many scenes. Today, tours are available to walk you through each film location within the city.
Hike to the top of Mount Srd to get to the best lookout point in the entire city. It is highly recommended to make this 45-minute trek in the evening, so that you can experience the picturesque sunset. For sailors who are looking for an alternative to trekking the mountainside, there is a cable car located on the north side of Dubrovnik, which brings you to the top within four minutes. For a fee equivalent to about €20 (total both ways), you can experience the glorious view without making the vigorous hike. Once at the top, enjoy a delicious meal at the Panorama Restaurant. Look down upon the city, gaze out unto the Adriatic Sea, and spot your sailboat!
Come enjoy the magnificent weather that this charming city experiences throughout the year on a sailboat charter. From April to September, the weather in Dubrovnik is generally dry and hot. Sailing along the Adriatic Sea during the summer months is pleasant, as the wind average is between 10 to 20 knots. However, be advised that the stronger winds of Bora, Jugo, and Maestral may cause evening storms. Beat the heat and take a tip into the refreshing turquoise water. Water temperatures reach a high of 25°C in August. Rent a boat to see firsthand, why people from all over the world are flocking to this unique destination.
The marina was granted the EU “blue flag” award for its clean water and for its protection of the environment. Starting your sailboat charter in Dubrovnik, will give you access to one of the safest marinas on the Croatian coastline. Sheltered and easily accessible, you will find all of the amenities you need for a pleasant stopover. Amenities found here include: electricity/water connections for each berth, a fuel station, showers, a supermarket, laundry services, a currency exchange office, and transportation services.
If you are staying longer to take time to explore the city, you will also have access to the marina’s recreational facilities (tennis courts, swimming pool...).
Tip: In Croatia, the official currency is Croatian Kuna.
Arriving to your sailboat charter in Dubrovnik is quick and simple! The international airport, which is 20 kilometers from the city center, accommodates many direct flights from various European cities. Take a taxi or hop on the shuttle service that connects the airport to the heart of town.
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