Private and Luxury Yacht Charter Adriatic Sea
For a yacht charter bursting with culture, history and beautiful scenery look no further than the Adriatic Sea.
Yacht Charter Adriatic Sea: Culture, History, Beautiful Scenery
The Adriatic Sea boasts over 1,300 islands, all mainly found dotted off the coast of Croatia making it an ideal island-hopping destination. More than 3.5 million people, mainly in the four largest cities of Bari, Venice, Trieste and Split populate the shores of the Adriatic.
A yacht charter in the Adriatic Sea offers some of the most beautiful beaches in Europe mixed with age-old cities full of medieval charms. One of the most popular locales is the island of Hvar, in Croatia, also known as The Queen of the Dalmatian Islands. Here, you can experience the most serene of anchorages, or party the night through in Hvar Town at one of the many bars and nightclubs.
Of the many unspoiled hot spots in Croatia, Dubrovnik has one of the most stunning coastlines in the region. Uninhabited islands abound, offering up some of the most private and tranquil yacht charters along the Adriatic Sea. A UNESCO World Heritage site, there is much to see and absorb, including its rich and historic 16th century architecture. Stroll its charming streets, and Old Town Walls, which are over 1 mile (2 kilometers) long. Be sure to stop at Rector’s Palace – a museum whose architecture dates to the 14th century.
In one yacht charter on the Adriatic Sea, it is highly possible to visit many of the countries giving way to a varied experience with time to spend simply relaxing in the many bays and coves. A yacht charter in Venice will offer history and culture, and one of the most beautiful sail-ins known in the yachting world.
Along your yacht charter on the Adriatic Sea, you can also enjoy a jaunt in Montenegro, the newest superyacht destination in the area, with its new glitzy port, Porto Montenegro. Here, indulge in the finer things in life with only a quarter of the people you will find in its rivals of Monaco, Ibiza or St Tropez. As one of your main stops along your yacht charter in the Adriatic Sea, Montenegro holds UNESCO status and boasts over 186 miles (300km) of mountainous, rugged coastline to explore. You can enjoy a quiet time at Mogren beach, or relish in the nightlife of Ploce beach. For the best diving in the area, the island of Katic reigns, and on land, you can venture to the fort on Mamula.
For more information on a yacht charter in the Adriatic Sea, contact your yacht charter broker, who can arrange a bespoke holiday for you and your party.