The Dalmatian Islands
Sailing undoubtedly is one of the best ways to discover the countless islands off the Croatian coastline. In total this beautiful region consists of 1244 islands and islets surrounded by the crystal-clear Adriatic Sea. Dalmatia’s extraordinary natural environment is remarkably well preserved and ispires its visitors with rocky beaches, hidden coves and unspoilt waters making it a dream destination for sailing. Thanks to this fascinating landscape one can visit 8 national parks as well as 11 nature parks. You can best enjoy the Dalmatian Islands during late spring or early autumn – when the mountains are lush, the temperatures are mild and the sea has warmed up.
Islands/Cities: Trogir, Split, Hvar, Brac, Korcula, Dubrovnik or Primosten, Biograd, Zadar and the southern Kornati Islands
Source map: http://www.d-maps.com/carte.php?num_car=5360&lang=de