OFF THE BEATEN PATH CROATIA: 7 SECRETS SPOTS YOU WILL LOVE FOR THIS SEASON

February 15, 2024

Familiar with Croatia yacht destination secrets and their appeal? It’s a top destination, with Split and Dubrovnik as hotspots. But beyond these, discover 7 secret spots to explore this season.

 

Susak island, Mali Losinj archipelago

Susak, in the northern Adriatic, is renowned for its history and beauty. Unique in many ways, it maintains its distinct dialect, folk costumes, and traditions. Despite being inhabited, it remains relatively undiscovered, offering a tranquil oasis of unparalleled peace and beauty.

Susak, in the northern Adriatic, is renowned for its history and beauty. Unique in many ways, it maintains its distinct dialect, folk costumes, and traditions.

 

Private berth on Galisnik Island (near Hvar town)

Starting from the 2023 season, VIP clients now have access to a private berth on the secluded island of Galisnik near Hvar town, a renowned tourist destination often likened to the “Croatian Ibiza”. Situated at the entrance to the city port, this exclusive location offers clients the luxury of privacy amidst the bustling atmosphere of Hvar town, making it an appealing option for those seeking tranquility amidst the crowds.

 

*Only viable option of berthing is “stern-to“.

Starting from the 2023 season, VIP clients now have access to a private berth on the secluded island of Galisnik near Hvar town,Croatia yacht destination secrets offer renowned tourist destinations

 

Kuda’s bridge

Near Golubici, close to Obrovac (an hour from Zadar), lies Kuda’s Bridge, whose origin is as captivating as its beauty. Legend has it that the miller, Kude, fell in love with Manda across the river and built a stone bridge of 12 arches to unite them. Renovated today, this bridge stands proudly, attracting hikers and nature enthusiasts. The descent takes around half an hour on a somewhat rugged path, so plan your visit during daylight hours. Built with dry stone and travertine blocks in the late 18th to early 19th century, the bridge remains a protected cultural monument, offering unfiltered views of breathtaking nature.

 

The bridge is a pure love story. It is one of the hidden beauties of Croatia.

 

Anchorage at Island of Supetar and experience at St. Pietro Restaurant & Lounge Bar

Located between Dubrovnik and Cavtat in Croatia, the small island of Supetar offers a truly unique experience amidst stunning natural beauty and rich history. In 2023, St. Pietro Restaurant and Lounge Bar opened its doors, elevating the island experience to new heights. Pietro serves delicious dishes rooted in local cuisine along with special wines and cocktails. Guests can enjoy private cabanas with breathtaking views of Dubrovnik City. Accessible only by private boats or tenders, Supetar and Pietro offer an exclusive getaway like no other.

 

Located between Dubrovnik and Cavtat,our Croatia yacht destiantion secrets in the small island of Supetar offers a truly unique experience amidst stunning natural beauty and rich history.

 

Edivo – underwater winery

Edivo is a winery located on the Peljesac peninsula, which is especially renowned for its top-class wine production. The uniqueness of this particular winery is that the wines are stored underwater, and it is the only winery of that kind in Croatia. The Guests are offered the opportunity to dive underwater to the wreck of the old fishing ship, where bottles are stored, and of course taking the “catch” with them . Every bottle is unique product, a direct result of love, effort and tremendous hard work.

Edivo is a winery located on the Peljesac peninsula, which is especially renowned for its top-class wine production. A must of our Croatia yacht destination secrets

 

Ancient wells of Rajcica valley

The Rajcica wells, hidden and mysterious, are among Dalmatian Zagora’s most beautiful natural wonders. It is yet relatively unknown due to their inaccessibility and lack of exploration. Ten equally sized wells, enclosed by dry walls, range from one to eight meters deep. Visitors describe them as a magical setting reminiscent of scenes from thrilling science fiction films. The wells’ origin sparks debate, with some attributing them to the Romans and others to Turkish origins. Despite this, their imposing presence and historical importance to the region, serving as a vital water source for households and livestock, remain undeniable.

 

Saplun beach in Lastovo archipelago

Lastovo Island and its archipelago, part of Croatia’s 12 Nature Parks, boast one of the most preserved marine environments in the Adriatic. Among them is Saplun, a small uninhabited island famed for one of Croatia’s most stunning beaches. Accessible only by private boats or tenders, Saplun offers rare crystal white sand beaches, providing a secluded retreat.

Croatia yacht destination include Saplun beach in Lastovo archipelago

 

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