Which will be the most amazing and memorable? It's to be under sail, listening to the sounds of the sea and seagulls' cries instead of the roar of the diesel engine. From time to time your yacht will be going at a 45-degree angle and the waves will attack the illuminators-this is terrible! If you're prone to seasickness, your sailing excursion might be a real torture. Here is Komiza. This city, on an isle of the same name, has a mixture of Renaissance and Baroque Croatia's largest medieval square,.
These tiny roads look to lead almost to the sky. You climb higher and higher to reach a well-preserved medieval bastille, Spanjola Fortress. A short break, and return down to Daisy, the yacht we chartered.
Sailing on the Adriatic Sea lets you see several historical places that are fascinating. On the island the city by the exact same name is a competition of Split. In our opinion it's an exaggeration. The city is extremely delightful from the sea but not too wonderful inside. But any foodie may be impressed by the steaks with gorgonzola: website.