About Adriatic Sea
Sailing Adriatic Sea – The Adriatic Sea is a body of water that lies between the eastern coast of Italy and the western coast of the Balkan Peninsula. Sailing in this area can be a wonderful experience, as the coastlines of Slovenia, Croatia, Montenegro, and Albania offer a diverse range of landscapes and cultures to explore. Some popular destinations for sailors in this area include the Kornati Islands National Park in Croatia, the Bay of Kotor in Montenegro, and the city of Dubrovnik in Croatia. It’s important to note that the sailing conditions in the Adriatic Sea can be challenging, with strong winds and currents in some areas. It is always recommended to have a good knowledge of sailing and weather conditions before embarking on a trip.
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My stops down South: Istra, Kvarner and Dalmacija, Monte Negro and Albania
Umag, Rovinj, Veruda, Susak, Mali Lošinj, Unije, Veruda, Susak, Mali Lošinj, Punta Križa, Premuda, Sali (Dugi otok), Žirje, Maslenica (Šolta), Brač, Split, Korčula, Ubli (Lastovo), Mljet, Dubrovnik, Cavtat, Zelenika, Budva, Bar, Dürres, Vlore;
Anchoring on my way back
Bar, Dubrovnik, Korčula, Zavala (Hvar), Hvar, Maslenica (Šolta), Zadar, Sestrunj, Božava (Dugi otok), Susak, Osor, Mali Lošinj, Susak, Rovinj, Umag;
Sailing Adriatic Sea (Slovenia, Croatia, Montenegro, and Albania)