7-Day Pula to Zadar Yacht Charter Itinerary
You’ll have a fantastical array of unique and undiscovered places to explore throughout this itinerary.
Casting off on your luxury yacht charter in Croatia from Pula means you’ll be privy to the lesser-visited northern stretch of the country’s coastline and its many islands. Pula, a historic Istrian town that glistens with a cache of phenomenal Roman-era treasures, is a gorgeous city in which to spend a few days before you board your yacht.
Here is what your 7-day Pula to Zadar itinerary can look like…
Day 1 – Pula
On day 1 of your charter, you’ll board your yacht in Pula, meet your friendly crew and get acquainted with your new, luxurious floating home. Start off with a delicious welcome refreshment, unpack and get comfortable
Day 2 – Brijuni National Park
Just a few swim strokes away from Pula, the Brijuni National Park is a striking archipelago comprising over one dozen spectacular islands. This was the revered holiday destination of choice for the former Yugoslav leader, Josip Broz Tito.
Brijuni National Park
Nowadays, it is a most coveted weekend destination for walkers, cyclists, sailors and history lovers alike. On land, you’ll have an array of trails to follow (you can rent bicycles on site) a small but gorgeous safari park to visit and a marvelous historical route to discover.
Day 3 – Unije
On the third day of your Croatian yacht charter, you may want to enjoy a longer sailing stint, casting your sights for glorious Unije, the outermost island within the Cres-Lošinj archipelago. Spend an entire afternoon soaking up the rays on dreamy Maracol Beach, unleash your yacht’s water toy collection or set foot on land for a heart-pumping and very rewarding hike.
Unije is quite unique: it is one of the least gentrified islands in all of Croatia and life goes on here as it has been for centuries. Authentic, laid-back and uncrowded, it is a real pearl among all the Dalmatian jewels. A cache of seaside restaurants and bars might just entice you to spend your evening on land.
Day 4 – Premuda
The absolute diving gem of the northern Dalmatian islands, Premuda is a speck of spectacular rugged beauty. The coastline is carved by a system of semi-submerged caves whose play on sunlight creates a kaleidoscope of fantastical colors.
Day 5 – Otok Silba
A collection of pebble and sand beaches define Silba, a diminutive speck of Dalmatian beauty that boasts insanely striking scenery. The seas here are Caribbean-like: shallow, warm, crystal-clear and in an array of enticing shades of blue and green.
Day 6 – Dugi Otok
A short and sweet sail after a sumptuous breakfast will see you reach the 7th-largest island in the Adriatic. Dugi Otok, or long island in Croatia, is a spellbinding island, home to arguably one of the most beautiful beaches in the entire country, Saharun. This secluded and postcard-perfect stretch of beach is on the northern coast, framed by palm trees on one side and turquoise seas on the other.
Day 7 – Zadar
After a relaxing breakfast, your Croatian yacht charter will conclude in beautiful Zadar. We highly recommend you spend at least two nights, post-charter, in this captivating town. You can explore the quaint historic quarter and soak up a brilliant sunset along the seaside promenade.
“Spectacular Croatia, the true shining pearl of Adriatic: you would be hard-pressed to find a more jaw-dropping yacht charter destination, anywhere in the world!”
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