Looking to get away from a busy everyday life? Are you dreaming of spending your vacation in peace, tranquility and nature? Then renting a sailboat in Biograd is the best choice for a perfect holiday. Rent a sailboat in Biograd na Moru, a small town in the center of Dalmatia, and experience an unforgettable trip. The starting point of our adventure is the Marina Kornati, where our sailboats, motorboats and catamarans are located. We have a large selection of sailboats that can accommodate from 8 to 12 people. For the convenience of our guests, all sailboats are equipped with free Wi-Fi, refrigerator, air conditioning, showers, toilets…
Biograd na Moru is the perfect starting point for the sailing journey that will take you to the Dalmatian capital Split. Head south and enjoy the beautiful indented coastline, full of islands and picturesque places that will delight you.
At the very beginning of the sailing vacation of your dreams, you can visit Vrgada - an island near Biograd, known for its beautiful sandy beaches. After enjoying the beautiful clear sea, continue your journey towards Murter, one of the most beautiful islands in the Adriatic.
This island has many bays where you can anchor or you can look for a berth in the ports of Betina, Tisno, Jezera, or Murter. Refresh yourself and enjoy local food - fresh fish, delicious olive oil and fantastic wine. All of these settlements have a rich history and you will have excellent time wherever you tie up your yacht.
After Murter, sailing to Split takes you further south through the beautiful archipelago of islands in front of city of Šibenik. Island Prvić, Tijat, Zlarin, and Kaprije will enchant you with their unreal beauty and nature. The clean sea and beautiful nature will leave you breathless.
Charming small villages on these islands are rich in culture and history that goes way back to ancient Rome. The island of Zlarin, for example, is widely known for its history of coral and sponge mining.
Further south, on your way to Split you will pass by Primošten, Rogoznica, Vinišće, and the islands of Drvenik Veli and Drvenik Mali, but also many other bays and coves along the coast. You will surely enjoy these small islands and create unforgettable memories.
Trogir on the mainland and the island of Čiovo, only a hundred meters away, are great nautical and tourist centers and the perfect choice for a little break before arriving to Split. Tie your sailboat here and explore Trogir, the pearl of the Adriatic, founded by Greek colonists from the island of Vis in III. century BC. Due to specific stone construction and its beauty, UNESCO has included the old town of Trogir to the World Heritage List. Do not miss a visit to the Trogir Cathedral and the Kamerlengo Castle from the 15th century.
Sail slowly and absorb the best of Dalmatia, and you will arrive to Split - the center of this Adriatic region. Although a large city, Split has managed to preserve the charm and beauty of a small Dalmatian town. The old town has been under UNESCO protection since 1979 and is most famous because of the Roman emperor Diocletian who built a palace in Split and spent his vacations there. You can still see the remains of the palace today because part of the old town was built on its foundations.
Take a walk through the old town of Split and visit the Temple of Jupiter - one of the most beautiful monuments in Split. Over time, the temple was converted into a Catholic baptistery. In front of it are partially preserved granite sphinxes that the emperor Diocletian brought from Egypt. The Peristil is the central part and main square of the Palace, it is surrounded by several temples. Peristil was intended for the emperor Diocletian, who appeared there before his subjects. Today, Peristil is surrounded by the palaces of Split noble families Grisogono, Cipci, and Skočibušić. Peristil is known for its numerous cultural and entertainment events that take place there during the summer, so it is a real summer stage and cultural center of Split.
The Palace has very well-preserved basements, which are one of the best-preserved ancient buildings of its kind in the world. Take a walk and check out where the ancient Romans stored food, wine, water and everything else for everyday life. In modern Split, these cellars are used as a perfect location for exhibitions, but also theater performances and many other cultural events.
Don’t forget to visit the Cathedral of St. Duje, which is one of the oldest European cathedrals, as well as the bell tower which offers a spectacular view of Split. In addition to visiting historical sights, use the time in Split to soak up the city and its mentality. Drink coffee on the steps of the Peristil or the beautiful Split Riva and enjoy a view of beautiful islands. Taste local food and wine, and in the evening have fun at the many clubs this city has to offer. Whatever you choose, Split will not disappoint you and leave you indifferent.
For a more pleasant trip with our sailboats, we advise you to hire a skipper. There is also a possibility to hire a hostess. They will take care of your safety and the most comfortable sailing during which you will be able to completely relax and enjoy a well-deserved vacation.
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