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Split Area

Because of it's incredible tourist and nautical offer, and thanks to proximity of Split airport, train and bus stations, ferry port and highway connection, Split region is the most popular cruising area in Croatia. It is also largest city on the Adriatic coast, and marinas around Split are main starting points for majority of Speed boat transfers. During spring and summer months, Split airport is well connected with majority of European cities. In recent years, low-cost airline companies increased number of direct lines to Split. Our speed boat service from Split airport offers connection with the nearby central Dalmatian islands (Brac, Hvar, Solta, Korcula, Vis, Lastovo)

Islands Vis, Hvar and Brac

The islands of this region contrast from each other. For instance, Island of Brac is the biggest island in Central Dalmatia and additionally a standout amongst the others, and the most developed with respect to tourism. Tourist hot spots on Brac is are Supetar, Bol and Milna. Zlatni rat beach is good choice to visit with speed boat charter. Island of Solta is smaller and not as tourist developed, but has advandag eof being relatively untouched. It is located opposite the city of Split. Vis island, with its numerous beautiful bays and untouched nature, is gaining in popularity. The town of Komiza is well known fisherman town in Central Dalmatia. The island of Bisevo is exceptional due to the Blue Cave, Medvida Cave and which are viewed as a mind boggling natural marvels

Island of Hvar is likewise a notable destination, especially for nautical tourism, and has the urban areas of Hvar, Stari Grad (Old City), Jelsa, Vrbovska, and Sucuraj. Along the coastline, there is the city of Split and its encompassing towns and ports. Part is the most populated and it is the focal point of this current locale's economy and additionally the biggest sea goal in Croatia. In Central Dalmatia there are two destinations which are under the assurance of UNESCO: Diocletian's royal residence in Split and the old town in the heart of Trogir. Part is the focal point of the Split-Dalmatian County which makes the city a noteworthy and focal traveler goal in Central Dalmatia.

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Croatia Info

General info for Croatia

Geographical location
Croatia is located in central Europe, encompassed by Adriatic sea from south and west, and Pannonian Plain in the east.
Population
4,370,460 - mainly Croats, with some minorities.
Coast
Coastal length: 5,835.30 km
Number of islands, reefs and rocks: 1,185
Largest island: Krk
Currency
The Euro is the currency of Croatia.
Foreign currencies can be exchanged at exchange offices, banks, post offices and at hotels and camping grounds. Banking hours are 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. from Monday to Friday. On Saturdays banks are open until 1 p.m. In the larger cities some banks are also open on Saturdays. Credit cards: Most hotels and shops accept credit cards (American Express, Diners Club, Eurocard/Mastercard, Visa, Sport Card International). With restaurants it is a different story, especially on the island. When chartering catamaran in Croatia, it is important to plan good.
Electricity
Power grid voltage - 230 V, frequency 50HZ
Water
Tap water is drinkable throughout Croatia, and is considered very good quality. However, supply of water on islands is limited, and try to save water when wash a catamaran in one of the ports and marinas.
Climate
Croatian Climate is typical Mediterranean. Sea temperature is 10-15 Celsius and during the hot summer time it climbs up to 25 Celsius. Air temperature is between 27-35 Celsius on summer, and average wither temperature is 10 Celsius. Summer daylight is between 6:00-20:00 hour.
Telephone code
The telephone code for Croatia is +385.
Time zone
GMT plus two hours in the summer and GMT plus one in winter.
Travel documentation
Affairs of the Republic of Croatia Tel. Web: www.mvpei.hr Fishing & diving licence in Adriatic sea
Fishing licence
Licence for recreational fishing (not professional) can be purchased in Ministry of sea or some Harbour offices. Electronic licence: www.mps.hr/ribarstvo Please mind that many protected animals live in Adriatic sea: Dolphin, the Mediterranean monk seal locally called Morski ńĆovik, turtle, seahorse, shell Prstac, starfish (Asterina, Ophidiaster ophidianus), red coral etc. Half of the year protected are also: Lobster etc.
Medical service
Medical services in Croatia are free for foreign tourists if the Health Care Convention was signed between Croatia and the country they come from. Health services expenses provided to individuals coming from the countries with which the Health Care Convention was not signed are charged directly to users according to the price list. Hospitals and clinics are available in all the major towns, as well as pharmacies in the smaller towns and settlements. For patients whose lives are in danger, there is emergency transport by air (helicopter) or sea (speedboat).
There is a network of veterinary clinics and centres in Croatia. Information: www.veterinarstvo.hr
Important telephone numbers
International dialing prefix for Croatia: 00385
112 - official Croatian emergency phone number
193 - Fire -service
194 - Ambulance
195 - rescue on the sea
192 - Police
987 - Assistance on the roads 987@hak.hr (If you are calling outside of Croatia or using a mobile phone dial ++3851 987)
Diving
Diving license (PADi, CMAS, NAUI, SSI, NASDS, YMCA etc.) is required for diving activities in Croatia. It is recommended to have diving course in one of many licensed diving schools. Also diving is prohibited in near commercial harbors, marinas, national parks, nature parks etc.).
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