Swaths of unspoiled beaches, breathtaking national parks, and historical hamlets await you in North Dalmatia. The North Dalmatia coast stretches from the Kvarner Riviera to Split, Croatia’s largest coastal city. Sometimes overlooked as a holiday destination in favor of the more famous resorts and islands further along the coast, the North Dalmatian region has a lot to offer.

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Embark on a journey of opulence and breathtaking beauty as you indulge in a luxury yacht charter in North Dalmatia, Croatia. Nestled along the Adriatic Sea, this region boasts a wealth of enchanting islands, ancient towns, and crystal-clear waters. Prepare to be captivated by the allure of the Dalmatian coast, where every moment aboard your private yacht will be a seamless blend of relaxation, exploration, and indulgence.

Exploring North Dalmatia

  • Zadar: Begin your adventure in Zadar, an ancient city steeped in history and architectural wonders.
  • Kornati National Park: Cruise through the Kornati Archipelago, a mesmerizing collection of 89 uninhabited islands and islets. These pristine landscapes, adorned with rugged cliffs, secluded coves, and azure waters, offer a haven for snorkeling, diving, and sunbathing.
  • Sibenik: A visit to Sibenik is essential for its UNESCO-listed St. James Cathedral, an architectural masterpiece. Wander through the narrow streets of the Old Town and immerse yourself in the city’s vibrant atmosphere. The nearby cities of Primosten and Rogoznica are equally charming and inviting.
  • Krka National Park: Set sail to Krka National Park, home to stunning waterfalls and lush greenery. Take a refreshing dip in the turquoise waters, or hike through the park’s trails, surrounded by the mesmerizing beauty of nature.
  • Telascica Nature Park: Find tranquility within the protected haven of Telascica Nature Park. Explore the park’s dramatic cliffs, enchanting saltwater lake, and peaceful bays. Don’t miss visiting the stunning Mir Bay, a hidden gem known for its therapeutic mud.
  • Vis Island: Sail to Vis, the farthest inhabited island from the Croatian mainland. This charming retreat offers pristine beaches, picturesque vineyards, and fascinating military tunnels. Indulge in a wine-tasting experience, enjoying the island’s renowned local wines.
  • Hvar: Delight in the luxurious ambiance of Hvar, a glamorous island frequented by celebrities and jet-setters.
  • Pag: The most oversized island of North Dalmatia is Pag, famous for its moon-like landscapes, sheep breeding, aromatic cheese, salt production, Pag lace, and the old olives of Lunj. This botanical reservation of olive trees is said to be more than 1500 years old. Other inviting islands are Dugi Otok, Ugljan, Pasman, and the mystically beautiful island of Iz.

National Parks and Unique Attractions

The North Dalmatian coast proudly boasts three National Parks; Paklenica, Krka, and Kornati, two Nature Parks; Vrana Lake, Telasccica, and two historical cities – Zadar and Sibenik.

The powerful Zadar fortress defense system is on the UNESCO world heritage list. It was the point of defense between Venice and the Ottoman Empire during the 16th and 17th centuries.

Sea Organs on Zadar Riva is a unique world attraction, a one-of-a-kind natural musical instrument played by the sea. Nearby Nin is the oldest Croatian royal city, with an exciting traditional salt production story. Here you will find the National Park of Paklenica and the intimidating mountain of Velebit, which often gives a new meaning to the local wind called Bura. The wind is strongest around the Velebit mountain range.


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