Perched on Croatia’s Adriatic Coast between Zadar and Dubrovnik, Split is a sailing paradise. The sunny weather, crystalline Adriatic waters, and abundance of coastal coves, beaches, and islands make boating a must. Before you hoist up those sails, see below to find out what you can expect from sailing tours in Split.
Soaking up the sun from the deck of a boat while drifting along the scenic Croatian coastline makes for a memorable vacation experience. Full-day sailing tours, typically lasting 8–10 hours, make stops at coves and hidden beaches on islands such as Budikovac, Šolta, Hvar, and Brač. Sail to the Blue Cave on Biševo, known for its luminescent blue waters, or to the Blue Lagoon, a shallow lagoon of clear-as-glass waters near Drvenik Island. Many day trips include free drinks and lunch on-board, as well as the use of snorkel equipment.
Multi-day sailing trips from Split allow visitors to cover even more ground on the Dalmatian Coast. Itineraries typically include stops as Brač and Hvar islands, as well as Korčula, Mljet, Šipan, and the walled town of Dubrovnik on the mainland. Multi-day boat tours often include on-board amenities, such as snorkeling equipment, fishing gear, and towels, as well as on-board catering.