There are 1,777 km of coastline, with 1,184 islands; this is what makes Croatia one of the most popular boating areas. Most of the islands are directly on the Dalmatian coast. There are islands that are inhabited and covered in greenery in the north around the bay of Kvarner and Istria, while in the south there are islands fringed with innumerable bays and with gorgeous beaches. Croatia offers a wide and wonderful variety.
Go with the yacht on a journey of exploration and experience the quiet and often austere beauty of the islands and bays along the Adriatic coast. Swim and dive in the crystal-clear sea that has the very best water quality, surrounded by the romantic backdrop of medieval harbour towns. Enjoy the culinary delicacies in one of the numerous konobas.
Out of Croatia's eight national and eleven nature parks, four of them are in Dalmatia. They can be explored in a wonderful way by yacht and you can take home with you some very impressive experiences. You can get to lovely bays that can only be reached by boat. Here you can use to the full the water toys that have been included with the Galeon 640 Fly FGstar.
The fascinating island archipelago of the Komati national park is around 40 sea miles away, consisting of 89 islands, of which only 24 are inhabited. Here you can find an abundance of deserted bays and unique konobas that you can moor at directly with the yacht or else tie up at a nearby buoy. The ideal location to forget the everyday world and let it all drift away. Here you can enjoy the authentic Croatian cuisine, with fish dishes, lamb or the traditional peka.
In the south there are the historical and charmingly picturesque islands of Hvar, Brač, Korčula and Vis. If you are looking for a truly peaceful time or a lively holiday atmosphere then you have a choice at these islands. In the summer months Korčula and Hvar just pulsate with life and those who enjoy the night life will find what they are looking for here.
Another sight not to be missed is Krka national park with its seven waterfalls. The starting point for the excursions is Skradin, which is around 23 sea miles away. The chalky water of the river Krka has formed the typical karst formations of this landscape. The Krka plummets into the valley in a most impressive way over a series of cascades. You can also bathe and swim here. The are many old ruined fortifications, mills and monasteries from the time of the Romans along the Krka and the lakes.