Slovenia Sailing Holidays

I feel sLOVEnia

Slovenia Sailing Holidays

I feel sLOVEnia

Squeezed between Italy & Croatia with a coastline of just 46.6km, Slovenia is an undiscovered sailing gem.  Shareing the Istrea area with neighbouring Croatia. Small but well equipped modern marinas based at Portoroz, Koper and Izola make this an ideal starting point for exploring the Adriatic with Venice just a few miles away to the west.

Described as having a sub-Mediterranean climate, the average temperature in July is 21c and as it borders Austria, Italy, Hungary and Croatia, steeped in history, even your not so keen crew members may be willing to come along and explore.

We have found the people to be outgoing, friendly and extremely helpful, going that little bit further to ensure the enjoyment of their lovely country.

Currency is Euro. 

Sail in Slovenia

ISTRIA

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Istria – Croatia

South East of  Italy’s Trieste sat on the Adriatic Sea, Istria’s coast attracts many visitors during the Summer months.  Istrea ia region shard between Slovenia and Croatia. Sailing between the many Croatian islands in the beautiful clear waters, it’s easy to see why so many people choose Slovenia and Croatia for their sailing holiday.

One place to visit on Istria is the largest Croatian city of Pula.  Although it is a city it does not feel like a large city, more a friendly town.  The lovely harbor has a marina with 194 berths with all the usual amenities that help make your sailing holiday enjoyable.

Fancy doing some sightseeing?   Visit the impressive limestone Amphitheater, still in excellent condition  and home to amphora collected around Pula.  Catch a glimpse of the old town and harbour.  Concerts are still held in the Amphitheatre a wonderful setting for many music festivals.

Visit the Brijuni archipelago off the western coast of Istria, separated from the mainland by the Fazana channel the Brijuni archipelago is now a national park.

There are daily boat trips to visit the 14 islands that make up this beautiful archipelago.

Marina berths in Croatia can be expensive so you’ll need to bear that in mind when selecting your sailing routes and overnight stops.

ISTRIA SAILING AREAS

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Pula

How to get there.

The flight into the cute and tiny national airport Ljubljana, with superfast check-in, and just an hours transfer from the coast.

EasyJet and Wizz fly from Stansted and Luton direct to  Ljubljana airport.

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Punat

Weather Sources

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ISTRIA ONLINE YACHT SEARCH ENGINE

Our search engine has access to over 4000 yachts around the world, but we filter this down to the selected area. You can refine the search further by selecting the base, and any yacht parameters like no. of cabins etc.

The system will search for current availability and include any special offers applicable. You can then send yourself an offer by email. You can also immediately put a non binding holding option on whilst you secure flights, crew etc. You can always contact us with any queries you may have before confirming your bookingy

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If you need more information before booking, then please get in touch with us at the ‘Contact Us’ button, and we will be happy to provide the information about yachts, bases, and any area information.

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