Split is located in the heart of Dalmatia. It is the capital city of the region and the second largest city in Croatia. When it comes to yacht charter in Split the main marinas are both only a 10-minute walk from the city center. From the Split Airport (Resnik) to the marinas there is about a 25km distance, approximately a 45-minute drive. Split is one of the sunniest destinations on the Adriatic Coast having over 2700 hours of sunlight per year … perfect for a sunny boat holiday! The clear blue sea surrounding the coastline, along with a visit to the historic Diocletian's Palace and exploring the old city make Split the ideal destination for a yacht charter.
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Split – It’s the second largest city in the country. The Split airport (Resnik) is very well-connected to major European airports. Split is an ideal jumping off point for island-hopping in the area! Private transfers from the airport to your boat can be organized as well! Taxis and buses are also available for you and your crew.
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From Split, you can make your choice from over 1,000 boats that we charter in Split to go check out the nearby islands of Hvar, Vis, and Brac. Each island has its own personality.
Hvar is known for its more luxury, chic vibe with a glamorous night life! Hvar ranks in the top 10 most beautiful islands in the world. It is a normal occurrence for there to be celebrities walking in the crowd. Here you can find fields olive trees, plains of lavender, and vineyards galore. Taking your boat to Hvar would be a definite highlight.
Brac is the island that is closest to the mainland and it welcomes mostly backpackers and explorers of nature. Of course, though, Brac is home to its famous, unusually shaped Zlatni Rat beach that is a 2-minute walk from a century-old Mediterranean pine tree forest! Brac has a little bit of something for everyone. No reason not to anchor your boat charter nearby!
Vis is the farthest, most remote island of these three islands off mainland Split. It possesses a very chill, laid-back atmosphere. If you’re looking for an experience that is off the beaten-path, sail your yacht over to Vis, because it’s the one that tourist groups haven’t invaded yet and gives a more authentic vibe!
Split is a capital city and it is rich in culture and beautiful must-do activities apart from all the fun that can be had on the water!
Diocletian’s Palace - a little history - Split is a city that historically was centered around the palace of the Roman Emperor, Diocletian which dates back to the early 4th century. This palace is so well-preserved you won’t believe that it’s from the Roman Era. You can enter the palace by means of 4 gates that are on the four sides of the palace: they are golden, silver, bronze, and iron gates. Must-see! Of course, also, it should be noted that the Split city center is a UNESCO heritage site itself. You can wander around the cobble-stone street and discover hidden alleys and walkways that thrive with history. There is a street called the “Let Me Pass” street that is said to be the narrowest street in the entire world!
Marjan Hill Park Forest – only a 10-minute walk from the city center of Split you can find a hilly pine tree forest great for hiking, cycling, or rock climbing before you get on your boat charter. There are over 12 historical monuments in these woods accompanied with local vegetation that you won’t want to miss.
The Seafront Promenade in Split - The Riva, is a must-see, super modern location in the heart of old Split. It offers a view of the neighboring islands. It is a popular meet-up point for tourists and locals alike. All along the seafront promenade you’ll find an array of traditional and yummy restaurant choices along with wine bars and even olive oil bars!
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