Suddalmatien

Considered by many to be the most beautiful part of Croatia, southern Dalmatia, with its islands and towns on the coast, fascinates and hypnotizes its patrons.

First of all, Dubrovnik deserves particular attention; the pearl of the Croatian Adriatic is so special and unique because of its historic palaces and buildings that it has been added to the World Heritage list of UNESCO.

Especially beautiful and unique are the Dalmatian islands of Korčula, Lastovo and the group of Elaphite islands situated in front of Dubrovnik, and the island of Mljet.

The strip of white rock that plunges into the deep, cobalt sea, dominated by the thick greenery of the pine trees, the beaches of the whitest rock, polished by the waves, reflecting the bright summer sun, and the stone villages are all elements of the picturesque and spectacular landscape of southern Dalmatia.

The peninsula of Pelješac is known for its wines, which combine perfectly with the local cuisine, rich in fresh fish and a variety of seafood, and is also a favourite destination of lovers of diving.

The oyster farm, that is located in the bay of Ston, is also famous and dates back to the time of roman antiquity.

In summer this region transforms into a stage of musical and theatrical shows, with many festivals and cultural performances.

They host particularly interesting concerts of traditional Dalmatian type music, performed a cappella by groups called klapas.

As in other areas of the coast of the Adriatic sea, this region offers many possibilities for entertainment and activities such as rafting, hiking, cycling, swimming, sailing and scuba diving.

Your complete immersion into this magnificent natural environment will be possible only with the rental of one of the sail boats or motor yachts that our charter provides.

For an unforgettable experience on the Mediterranean Sea, set sail on the boat of your choice rented from our charter.