On the Adriatic coast in Croatia, Dubrovnik is like a sounding seashell of life. It turns history into a spiraling labyrinth of eternity. Dubrovnik harmonizes and blends classic form and the romantic experience of different moods of the soul. In the old port of the city, you’ll find it easy to conjure up the ancient sailing vessels, the bygone centuries of wealth, power, and fame. Dubrovnik is not a city for one time, it’s a gift for a lifetime.
In Dubrovnik, you will become the people of the sea, if you aren’t already. Without understanding the language, you’ll understand that Dubrovnik is love and joy in life under the common sun. The trip will be wonderful, the best ever, incomparable because Dubrovnik itself is incomparable and it would not be complete without renting a boat or yacht to take in the beauty of Dubrovnik's water. Dubrovnik is a marvelous destination for a vacation that includes the azure sea and sky, sunsets, and natural sights.
1. The City Walls of Dubrovnik are a series of defensive stone walls rising from the calm waters of the Adriatic sea surrounding the city of Dubrovnik in southern Croatia is an evident vision of history. With numerous additions and modifications throughout their history, they have been considered to be amongst the great fortification systems of the Middle Ages, as they were never breached by a hostile army during this time period. This magnificent beauty of Dubrovnik can be experienced with Garitransfer by renting a boat.
2. Elaphite Islands- In Dubrovnik, you have the chance to discover the Elaphiti Islands, a group of 14 islands that form Croatia's Dalmatian Coast. One of Croatia's most popular destinations, you won't want to miss a day boating trip to the Elaphiti Islands if you're in search of something unique to do in Dubrovnik.
Kolocep, Lopud, and Sipan, the archipelago's three largest islets, are the center of island-hopping tours. There is no better way to experience authentic Croatian culture than taking a day trip to these islands and a boat rental in Dubrovnik is the easiest way to do it.
3. BLUE CAVE- This cerulean oasis is so unique because it is formed due to seawater eroding limestone, a rock of Biševo island is wholly composed of. The sunlight, which shines through a cave opening at the top, reflects off of the white seabed, filling it with a mesmerizing blue hue capacity. The Blue Cave is the only one where you can witness that natural phenomenon with the cave interior flooded with that blue glow. Don't miss the chance to experience nature's wonders by renting a yacht, renting a boat, renting jet skis, or taking a private tour.
4. ODYSSEUS CAVE, Mljet- Mljet is one of the most beautiful and greenest islands in Croatia, and one that's hard not to fall in love with. The myths and legends of this heaven on Earth hold many secrets. One of the most known ones is the legend of Odysseus.
When you arrive in Mljet, the easiest way to reach Odysseus’ cave is to rent a boat in Dubrovnik. Through vineyards and olive groves, the path leads to the beach that touches the turquoise sea. A set of steep stairs leads to the cave, but it's better to jump into the sea and swim inside, as Odysseus did.
Garitransfer offers speedboat services in Dubrovnik to allow guests to explore the charms of the Adriatic. No matter if you are traveling as a group, as a couple, or just by yourself, we have the perfect type of boat for any occasion. A boat trip along Dubrovnik's dramatic coastline offers you a unique view of the city's wonderful treasures.