What makes Croatia so attractive for those looking to rent a boat is the range of islands to discover in the Adriatic Sea. Whilst most people consider sailing their Bavaria Cruiser from Split or Dubrovnik, beginning your yacht charter in ACI Marina Jezera enables you to enjoy the same sailing experience with a lower price for leaving your boat in the marina. You can avoid large crowds of boats that occur in high season and make the most of the exquisite weather of Croatia in serenity. If you are looking for details on where best to charter in Croatia, Jezera may not always be number one. But that makes it a hidden gem, perfect for anyone looking to rent somewhere quaint and authentic. It is also a popular fishing village, with fisherman sailing on their boat every day of the week looking for the freshest produce.
Looking to refresh after a day of sailing on your yacht charter? Once you arrive back in ACI Marina Jezera, ask your skipper for the nearest bars and restaurants. If you opted for a bareboat charter, here’s a little run-down of some details of the more popular places, all of which serve great food at a fair price. Lago Bar is great for sharing drinks with friends after a day at sea on your boat. Looking for some food? Head towards Konoba-Kandela and enjoy on the terrace. When you return to the cabins after your night out, you will have a great night sleep before continuing your week sailing throughout Croatia and the islands near Jezera.
Fancy some of the best seafood in Croatia? You’re in luck, as there are a range of succulent restaurants serving scrumptious meals at a great price. Every day you can try something new during your yacht charter holiday, sampling fresh sea dishes using catches from Jezera and the nearby islands. Prova Tisno is built close to the sea, overlooking the marina and every boat in their berths. With excellent food and distinctive wine from Croatia, you will be well fed before returning to your cabins at the end of the day. Why not try the risotto in Konoba Berekin, a firm favourite of the locals of Jezera. As you sail the length of Croatia on your yacht charter, you will be hard pressed to find better food than in this sailing location. Great food in the sun – what more could you ask for? If you need more recommendations, feel free to ask your skipper, or if you have a bareboat charter, make sure to get details of restaurants from ACI Marina Jezera!
A week’s yacht charter from Jezera wouldn’t be complete without spending a day or two (or more!) sailing through Kornati National Park. Thanks to the exquisite landscape, turquoise waters, and incredible scenery, this collection of islands proves popular with people who rent boats in Croatia every year. You will not be alone as every Lagoon catamaran and Bavaria Cruiser is waiting to explore this gorgeous archipelago. The islands are uninhabited and left to nature’s control. Jezera is the perfect starting place for your yacht charter, acting as a gateway to this magical world.
As one of the most popular yacht charter destinations in the world, Croatia is home to some idyllic sailing conditions, and Jezera is no exception. Thanks to nearly 8 months of perfect weather, you can rent a boat anytime between March and October. Shoulder months such as early spring or the beginning of autumn will suit many people due to there being less boats in ACI Marina Jezera, and a more competitive price for your moorings. Skippers are more widely available also, should you choose not to have a bareboat charter. With temperatures hovering around the mid-twenties, you can be sure your yacht charter will be during some fantastic sunny spells. Try sailing your Bavaria Cruiser or Lagoon boat in September if you want warmer sea temperatures for swimming between your island-hopping adventure. If the weather is too warm, leave your cabins early in the morning for any physical activity during your week in Jezera, or if you sail to other locations in Croatia.
If you are flying to your yacht charter destination in ACI Marina Jezera, you can choose between Split and Zadar airports, with Split being the larger airport of the two in Croatia. There are many routes offered, increasing every day during high season. This tends to occur in the middle of the year, and you may find the price increase during this period (a flight during the week may be preferable). Bus transfers to Jezera operate and the length of the trip is approximately 3 hours, with details available at the airport upon arrival. Once you arrive in this part of Croatia, sailing on your boat is the best mode of transport, as you go from island to island on your Bavaria Cruiser, Sun Odyssey, or whichever yacht you choose. You will meet your skipper once you reach ACI Marina Jezera, or if you choose to rent a bareboat charter, you can get settled into your cabins straight away before an amazing week of sailing!
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