As of the 11th of May, the Croatian government has announced an easing of restrictions for incoming yachts, their owners, guests and passengers on board, implying that doors are opening for yacht charters this summer season in Croatia.
Similar to Greece, the country has a low number of cases due to fast and effective action on the recovery from the pandemic.
The Istrian Peninsula and the Dalmatian Coast have long been popular destinations for Eastern Mediterranean luxury yacht charters, and the warm temperatures in the region mean that the charter season starts early and continues long into autumn. The islands are the perfect retreat for secluded beaches and time spent with family and friends, making use of the collection of water toys and beach club setup for entertaining along the shores. Hike along remote island paths and come across ancient Roman and Greek ruins along the trails, then when you want some modern-day luxuries, head back aboard your vessel for the Jacuzzi and cocktails or settle into the air-conditioned lounge for a film from the large selection available.
Croatia is a fantastic destination for Scuba diving holidays, whether guests are complete beginners looking to earn their licence, or having years of experience and searching for new challenges. The clear and warm waters are ideal for young charter guests too, and those happy to simply lie back in a lagoon and enjoy a natural bath in the sunshine.
Lastly, Croatia has some amazing towns and cities for those who want to venture to see UNESCO World Heritage Sites and state-of-the-art museums and galleries.
Find out more about a Croatia luxury yacht charter and the motor yachts and sailing yachts available in the region this summer and beyond.