Find the most Hidden Adriatic Gems by Renting a Luxury Yacht

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The Adriatic Sea is one of Europeans’ favourite vacation spots. When it comes to unwinding and enjoying the summer breeze whilst sipping on a glass of prosecco, what better way to enjoy it than on a yacht? Once you have rented your yacht charter, don’t spend time sailing to all the well-known destinations. Instead, look for hidden jewels of the Adriatic and discover new ultimate vacation spots. Here are a few that caught our attention. 

Polignano a Mare, Italy

Polignano a Mare will be an ideal Italian vacation spot for those sailing a yacht. Only 40 minutes south of Bari, Polignano a Mare sits along the Adriatic coast, waiting for you to be astonished by its beauty. Gorgeous whitewashed houses on the side of a cliff will lure you into the town, allowing you to explore its gastronomy and ambience. Polignano a Mare features a wide variety of houses, balconies, and alleys. You can spot anything from Norman to Byzantine, Spanish,  and Arabian styles. Between two cliffs sits a stunning beach with crystal clear water. Don’t miss a chance to explore the caves along the shore either.

Omiš, Croatia

Croatia is another country on the Adriatic that hides precious gems easily reachable by a yacht charter. Omiš is one of those jewels, located only 25 kilometres from Split. This picturesque little town is nestled between the cliffs, sitting by the mouth of the Cetina River. The Cetina Canyon and the Adriatic Sea hug this lovely town, making Omiš more beautiful than you can imagine. The town features an incredibly well-preserved Old Town centre that takes every tourist’s breath away. In Omiš, you will find distinctive brick walls and red roofs that many Croatian old towns are known for. Don’t wait for a second longer, but find a Mediterranean yacht charter and begin your sailing 

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experience towards the lovely Omiš. Anyone interested in the history and culture of Croatia will find the historic Old Town and Stari Grad fortress beyond magnificent. Witness the most breathtaking views over the Adriatic from the rooftop of Stari Grad fortress. But that’s not all. If you’re looking for a sunbathing vacation at the beach, Omiš offers that as well. Head to the Cetina Canyon for fun entertainment if you’re craving a little bit of adrenaline rush. Enjoy white water rafting, hiking and zip-lining. 

Kotor, Montenegro

Montenegro is inevitable when you decide to explore the Adriatic. This small country is home to a myriad of lovely coastline places. One of the best cities to visit by a yacht charter is Kotor. The marvellous walled town sits in the Boka Kotorska bay that will leave you in awe. Around 5 kilometres long city walls reach up to the hill creating an image worth every admiration. Climb to the highest point to witness the most dazzling vistas of the Boka Kotorska bay. When you visit Kotor, you will spot numerous spectacular medieval churches, cathedrals, palaces, museums and narrow streets. It will be one of those visits you’ll remember for the rest of your life. 

Cavtat, Croatia

Dubrovnik is one of Croatia’s best-known Croatia’s coastline gems. However, there’s more to see than only Dubrovnik. If you look a little further south, you’ll reach the charming town Cavtat – 13 miles south of Dubrovnik. Take your yacht to the centre of the town where you’ll be able to dock in the tree-lined harbour. Two long peninsulas shelter the harbour from the Adriatic Sea, making your yacht perfectly safe and overlooking the fragrant pine forests. Follow the little paths in the trees, and they’ll take you straight to hidden beach bars, sitting along the clear coast where all the popular bathing platforms are. In Cavtat, you’ll spot some of the most captivating sunsets in the world, with the sun setting directly behind the coastline. Whether you’re after a beach vacation or a laid-back yachting destination, Cavtat is a great choice. Besides, you will have the chance to spot the ancient Greek settlement of Epidaurum, several interesting Greek and Roman archaeological sites, and so much more. 

Sailing the Adriatic Sea is an adventure on its own. When you include hopping to many hidden gems along the way, you can quickly plan an unforgettable adventure trip for an entire family. From Croatia to Italy and Montenegro, the Adriatic Sea is home to numerous spectacular destinations easily reachable via yacht. So, when you find your ideal yacht charter, head down to Kotor, Cavtat, Omiš, and Polignano a Mare for the best yachting experience. 

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