Kvarner

Centering on the deep Kvarner Gulf, the Kvarner region has a balmy Mediterranean climate and pristine sea. As a result, in the 19th century, Central European aristocrats and artists began vacationing here. In fact, Croatian tourism began here. That being said, it has evolved to be an excellent yacht charter destination in the Mediterranean.

The biggest city is the mainland port of Rijeka and the most popular destination is Opatija. Above all, from here you sail around the islands of Krk, Cres, Lošinj, and Rab. Expect turquoise waters, fragrant pine forests, and elegant Art Nouveau architecture. What’s more, this area is just east of the Istrian Peninsula where you can visit world class vineyards and taste unique wines and olive oil.

Cres

Cres
The relatively untouched island of Cres, Croatia is a rugged wilderness, with just a few sleepy waterside resorts and remote bays and beaches. It's green in the north and barren in the south. The island has more sheep than people,...

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Krk Island

Krk Island
Krk is the largest and most densely populated island on the Adriatic. A bridge connects the island to the mainland near Rijeka. Vrbnik on Krk Island, Croatia The main destinations are Krk Town with its proud historic buildings; Baska with...

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Losinj

Losinj
Losinj has a mild Mediterranean climate, natural beauty, lots of sunny days, and fragrant fresh sea air. As a result, the local tourist board has dubbed it "The Island of Vitality". It's located in Kvarner Bay and is joined to...

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Opatija

Opatija
Opatija overlooks the wide Kvarner Bay and is backed by Mount Ucka. Most importantly, it is the birthplace of Croatian tourism. In the 19th century, wealthy Austro-Hungarians began visiting Opatija on convalescence. Above all, they enjoyed the mild climate and...

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Rab

Rab
The island of Rab centers on the lovely medieval Rab Town. Built on a small fortified peninsular, it sits high above the sea. Seen from afar, its four proud bell towers resemble the masts of a ship. Meanwhile, some of...

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Rijeka

Rijeka
The industrial port city of Rijeka was the European Capital of Culture 2020. Overlooking the Kvarner Gulf and backed by the mountains of Gorski Kotar, it is Croatia's third-largest city. Nearby, Pula, a former Roman colony lies in close proximity...

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Senj

Senj
This walled city is the largest on the coast between Rijeka and Zadar. It is in the foothills of the Mala Kapela and Velebit mountains. Since ancient times, this region was used to cross from the inland to the coastal...

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ACI Marina Opatija in Kvarner yacht charter
ACI Marina Opatija

What To See in Kvarner

The Adriatic Coast is one of the most beautiful coastlines in Europe and there are plenty of hidden coves to explore, as well as many islands to visit. What's more, you can combine a Kvarner yacht charter with a visit to the Zadar Archipelago. Situated south of the Kvarner Gulf, the Zadar area offers some of the best snorkeling opportunities in Europe. In fact, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its diverse marine life. Kvarner also boasts some amazing lighthouses that you can climb up for panoramic views of the area. Those looking for relaxation will be spoilt for choice too with fabulous spas offering massage treatments that will leave you feeling relaxed from head to toe!

Experience the Diversity of Croatia

You can't help but feel welcome in Croatia. This small nation was once part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and today it’s home to many cultures including Serbian, Bosnian, Italian, Hungarian, Austrian, and German. This is reflected in the cuisine, the customs, and the architecture. From the north to the south, you will come across many different cultural influences.

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