Here you can find Zadar sailing tips and some advices on what to visit and do while sailing in Zadar region. Our Zadar sailing tips also offer route suggestions for Zadar region.
Zadar has an airport which is 12 km away from Zadar center and very well connected with all European cities, especially in the summer season.
Zadar sailing tips on what to visit while sailing:
Visit Zadar town
While waiting for your boat to be ready, you should definitelly visit:
- Sea Organ
- The Greeting to the Sun
- Church of St. Donat
- Zadar Cathedral
Visit Kornati Islands
Kornati Islands are “nautical paradise” and while sailing through the 89 unforgettable Islands, islets and reefs in Kornati National Park, you will be able to test all of your nautical skills. For sailing in Kornati Islands it is necessary to buy a ticket.
For anchoring and spending the night there are 20 coves: Stiniva, Statival, Lupeska, Tomasovac – Suha punta, Sipnate, Lucica, Kravjacica, Striznja, Vruje, Gujak, Opat, Smokvica, Ravni Zakan, Lavsa, Piskera – Vela Panitula, uvala Anica na Levrnaki te Podbizanj i Koromasna. There is also ACI Marin Zut where you can find moorings and comfort that Marina offers.
Visit Dugi otok
Among all Croatian islands, Dugi otok is one of the most beautiful. It has several attractions you need to visit while sailing: Sakarun beach, Nature park Telascica.
Zadar sailing tips on route suggestions:
Route suggestion no.1 – 7 days sailing
Day 1 (Sat) Zadar (Muline Bay)
Day 2 (Sun) Zadar (Muline Bay) – Soline – Molat
Day 3 (Mon) Molat – Veli Iz
Day 4 (Tue) Veli Iz – Sali – Telascica
Day 5 (Wed) Telascica – NP Kornati – Ravni Zakan
Day 6 (Thu) Ravni Zakan – Zut
Day 7 (Fri) Zut (Zdrelac) – Zadar
Day 8 (Sat) Check out