Kvarner Bucht

The eastern arm of the Adriatic Sea forms the Gulf of Kvarner and Quarnarolo, which constitute the northern part of the Croatian Adriatic Sea. The Kvarner region contains the islands of Cres and Lošinj, while the Quarnarolo region includes the islands of Rab, Krk and Pag, and other smaller islands. The area is a favourite destination for nautical tourism foremost for its sea, beaches and marinas. The coast has a complex shape with numerous bays, inlets and coves, often inaccessible from the mainland, surrounded by pristine crystal clear water. The untouched nature surrounding these coves, accessible only from the sea side, the possibility of being the exclusive guest for the day, the beautiful sunsets, often accompanied by dolphins jumping in the sea, allow a man to surround himself completely with nature in a way that is unique and reserved only for the adventurous. The other ingredients of this perfect holiday are the regional cuisine, rich in fish and seafood, the wonderful nature parks for hiking, the historic villages built of white stone with red roofs, the picturesque harbours and the pleasant mediterranean climate. For lovers of sports and aquatic activities, the region of Kvarner offers a variety of activities such as rafting, fishing and diving, allowing you to spend your holiday in contact with nature. The island of Pag also offers a lively nightlife thanks to the bars and nightclubs placed on the beach of Zrće that provide entertainment to many of the young people coming from all over the world. The bays are uncluttered, making access to all of the ports easy, and the banks are filled with restaurants that serve freshly caught fish. To see the areas of greatest interest, it would be ideal to rent one of the boats that our charter provides. Sail the coast of Kvarner and Quarnarolo, stopping in every town, to get a taste of the local life and to fully enjoy this corner of the Adriatic Sea.