With over 1000 islands, beautiful medieval towns, countless bays, coves and beaches, the croatian coast is the perfect place to explore by boat. Sailing on a sailboat or a boat with your family and friends is the safest way to spend holidays in times of global pandemic. However, not only it is safer, but also incredibly beautiful as the Adriatic Sea is considered the Mediterranean paradise.
Croatia has handled this crisis well, and in Safe Harbor Croatia we are ready to sail around the many beautiful islands to enjoy the wonderful local gastronomy. We introduce you to the most interesting towns and harbors in Croatia so you can choose your perfect spot for exploring or visiting. In each episode you will be presented with one destination, short introduction to local history, architecture, food and many other useful advices.
Don't miss out on the most beautiful spots of Croatia in Safe Harbor, available on Nautical Channel.
If there is an island in the Adriatic Sea that we could definitely define as the most aromatic, with the most amazing food and a wine lover's paradise, then we will surely be talking aboutKorčula. This island is the perfect spot for those who find Dubrovnik a bit overcrowded. DiscoverKorčula's wonders with us!
Summertime turn Rovinj into the venue for most events: the popular Weekend Media Festival, Salsa Fiesta, Rovinj Night... you name it! However, not all is party in this beautiful destination, as it has a strong heritage, incredible beaches and much more to offer. Discover the wonders of Rovinj on Safe Harbor.
Split is Dalmatia's biggest city and the second biggest city in Croatia. Founded in 295 AD after the construction of Diocletian's Palace, it is now an iconic place with an incredible waterfront and famous beaches. Discover this amazing town that will make you want to pack your bags in a split second!
The fragrant island ofMali Lošinj used to be one of the most important harbors in the northern Adriatic during the 19th century. Now, it has developed its health and wellness tourism and is a role model in tranquility, peacefulness and wellbeing. Dive into the magical atmosphere ofMali Lošinj with us!
If we were to choose the most photogenic place in Croatia, the first place we would come up with isPrimošten. Just 20 km south ofŠibenik this pretty town attracts enthusiasts and tourists who want to discover its architecture and crystal-clear sea. Get to know its most impressive places on Safe Harbor.
The town of Rab dates all the way back to antiquity and people living here did not want to waste resources with the town planning. This is why the old town core is made up of three parallel streets. Rab is a delightful town ideal for spending a relaxing time and discovering its most traditional dessert. Try it out!
The town of Skradin is located in the Šibenik hinterland and very close to the Krka River. Despite having a small population, it is abundant in cultural and historical heritage. Home to one of the most beautiful ACI marinas of the Adriatic, it is a relaxing and safe spot for tourists who wander across its streets.
Vodice is a tourist center known for its liveliness, rich offer and uniquely kind hosts. It is located on the Croatian coast about 11 km to the northwest from Šibenik and it proves to be an excellent vacation spot for boat lovers. If you want to discover its beaches and best spots, keep tuned to Safe Harbor!
Ugljan Island is one of the most pinturesque islands in the Zadar archipelago, at the west of the city of Zadar. Also referred to as the "green island", it has been tied to the sea for generation and to the growth of olives. Hundreds of thousands of olive tries produce olive oil of supreme taste and quality in Ugljan Island.
Šibenik is one of the oldest towns in Croatia: it was first mentioned in 1066 in a document of one of Croatia's greatest monarchs - king Petar Kresimir IV. Located on a hill above the city, there is a majestic fortress built between the 15th and 17th century. Visiting Sibenik for its beautiful buildings and incredible architecture is a must for all history lovers.
Dugi Otok is the longest and biggest island in the Zadar archipelago. In English, its name stands for 'Long Island', and it derives from its unusual shape. It has gorgeous beaches and its nature is worth exploring in all its length, like the Telascica Bay: the largest and safest natural harbor of the Adriatic.
The charming town of Biograd is located at the center of the Adriatic coast, and it is the place where Croatian kings used to be crowned. Now, it is still a well-known tourist and nautical hotspot as the largest boat show in Croatia is held here every year. A few nautical miles to the west lies the island of Pasman.
We dive into the islands of the Zadar Archipelago: Olib, Silva, Premuda, Iz, Molat and Ist. These quiet settlements to the north of Zadar are small and are favourite destinations for boaters and recreational fishermen. As it allows tourists to escape from the hustle and bustle of modern lifestyle, they are the ideal scenario for relaxed vacations.
The town of Jelsa, on the island of Hvar, is situated in the perfect spot for nautical tourism due to its extremely indented coast with numerous bays and islets. The whole island is known since the antiquity due to its important strategic and nautical position as well as cultural monuments and unique nature.
The capital of Croatia, Zagreb, is one of the tourists' favourite city break destination. It has expanded from two medieval settlements - Gradec and Kaptol, settled on two neighboring hills and in mutual conflicts throughout most of their history. Zagreb is continually keeping up being environmentally conscious and a leader in green technologies.