I can’t stress it enough. The Dalmatian coast is one of the most beautiful in the world, with its steep cliffs, ancient Greek and Italian villages, castles, fields of lavender, and all the secret coves any sailor or beachcomber could desire.
If your idea is to quietly relax in an old town, wandering through an endless labyrinth of cobblestones, and sipping lavender champagne while listening to the waves lap against the wharfs, then Stari Grad is the city to go to and stay.
Makarska was our first night in port and we met it with a soft, salty breeze and a cool welcome repose from the scorching sun. It’s a beautiful seaside town surrounded by steep, rocky cliffs and quite well-known for its nightlife.
A fishing boat restaurant getting ready to serve (eat there!)
We gathered on deck just as we came to port, as the policy of Sail Croatia see...
Back to some summertime fun to get through this cold winter and plan your summer vacation—or if you’re Australian or other inhabitant of the great southern hemisphere, then a place to plan your winter vacation.
We got on the boat at Split and set sail, the wind already roaring through our hair as the ancient Diocletian palace slowly disappeared into the hori...