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Split is a Great Place to Start or End Your Yacht Charter in Croatia

Split Croatia yacht charter

Split is an excellent place to begin or conclude a yacht charter in Croatia. Experience its ancient cityscape while marveling at sights such as Diocletian’s Palace – a UNESCO World Heritage Site!

Sailo offers weekly yacht charters from Split that you can book either with or without a skipper, providing you with the freedom to navigate a premium boat rental in Croatia yourself.


Hvar, known for its breathtaking beaches, stunning lavender fields and luxurious vineyards is a favorite cruise ship destination. Visit in summertime to enjoy warm temperatures and vibrant island culture with many upscale bars, restaurants, cafes and cafes; or come later during high season (May, June or September) to avoid crowds.

Start exploring Hvar with a yacht charter starting from Split! No matter your experience level or preferred way of relaxing on board, there is sure to be a crewed yacht or bareboat to meet your needs and schedule. Wake early to watch the sunrise over Diocletian’s Palace – an architectural wonder recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site by UNESCO – before exploring Hvar’s best beaches with golden sand or pebble stretches that appeal to everyone in your group before dining at one of many upscale restaurants before retreating back onto private boat cabins for restful nights restful sleep in luxury.

Zlatni Rat

If you have the time and budget for an extended sailing adventure, renting a luxurious monohull or catamaran from Split is an excellent way to see Croatia’s incredible islands and coastline. These spacious boats provide much faster downwind speeds than their slimmer counterparts and come fully equipped for a fantastic sailing adventure.

Spend the morning away from your yacht rental exploring Split’s ancient Diocletian Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site featuring exquisite Roman architecture. Stroll along its winding cobblestone streets to uncover its vibrant cultural side – filled with art galleries and boutique shops selling stylish goods.

Split is an idyllic combination of timeless beauty and contemporary appeal. After an energetic day in the sun, head to Konoba Matejuska or Zinfandel for local cuisine and drinks such as fresh seafood ‘brujet’ or “Pasticada,” consisting of stewed veal or beef stewed in prunes and red wine stew.

Bacvice Beach

No matter your experience level or skill set, the Adriatic sea around Split provides crystal-clear waters and gentle currents for ideal sailing conditions. Island hop with your charter yacht to visit beaches, towns and villages such as Trogir with 13th-15th-century buildings featuring Renaissance, Baroque and Romanesque styles that have been listed by UNESCO.

Within walking distance of Diocletian Palace is Bacvice Beach – an idyllic sandy strip offering access to crystal blue waters for swimming or simply lounging around on. Or take a hike through Marjan Park for incredible views of the city and surrounding landscapes!

Split boasts not only diverse sailing routes but also an abundant cultural experience with plenty of opportunities to sample Croatian cuisine, attend festivals, and explore both on land and at sea historical sites. To experience all that Split has to offer by yacht charter from Split is best during May-June-September when temperatures remain warm but not overwhelming.

Trstenik Beach

Unstep from Split to Dubrovnik with a yacht charter from Split and discover Croatian Islands such as Korcula, Brac, Vis and Mljet that offer hidden treasures. Also explore stunning Croatian architecture as well as beautiful beaches during a week-long sailing vacation!

Split is another must-see when visiting the Adriatic coast, as its historic centre is recognized by UNESCO. Experience timeworn streets while exploring wine production through visiting local vineyards.

Grgic Winery in Trstenik, Peljesac offers wine enthusiasts an unforgettable experience. Owned by a native of Split who rose to fame as an award-winning California vintner, its wines are produced using indigenous grape varieties while you take in beautiful views over the crystal blue sea. For foodies looking for delicious dining experiences Trstenik also boasts numerous restaurants and taverns serving both traditional Croatian fare and local seafood specialities.

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