All about Boat Rentals in Istria
With a boat rental in Istria, reach the most spectacular coves and secluded bays of the Istrian Coast while you spend quality time with your favourite crowd. The Adriatic Sea is your own exclusive swimming pool and its crystal clear blue waters are perfect for scuba diving, snorkelling and fishing. Explore the Brijuni Islands and its national park or venture along the Istrian seashore on the way to Kvarner Bay.
Sailing Areas in Istria
Our boat rentals in Istria are situated in various locations in the region.
In Pula, ACI Marina Pula is the most central marina.
and Marina Bunarina
are located opposite each other in a large marina expanse on the south coast of Pula. Most of our yacht
and catamaran rentals
are located here.
ACI Marina Pomer and Marina Trget are further to the east in tranquil coastal villages.
Whereas Marina Vrsar and Marina Nautica Novigrad are located on the west coast, north of Pula.
Climate and Sailing Conditions in Istria
You can rent a boat from spring time through to autumn, depending on your favourite time of year for sailing and climate preference. Summer time temperatures average 25°C to 30°C, whereas spring and autumn are generally cooler. Of course, the advantage here is that there are not so many visitors in comparison to the summer time.
The main winds affecting the sailing area are the mistral, jugo and bora. The bora is the main cause for concern but you need not worry so much during the summer season. The mistral blows in a north-westerly direction, picking up in the afternoons, ideal for your sailing boat rental
and welcomed by sailors. The jugo blows in a south-westerly direction with longer cyclones bringing humidity.
Itinerary Ideas for Istria
Your boat rental has unlimited route and itinerary options as the coastline is blessed with charming Croatian villages and towns, as well as various islands and islets.
The Brijuni Islands are located just off the west coast of Pula and have their own mediterranean garden oasis as part of Brijuni National Park.
If you can’t get enough of these paradisiac islands and happen to be spending your sailing vacation on a motorboat rental
, why not cruise over to Kvarner Bay and explore the east coast of Istria on the way.
Pula city centre is a fine example of Roman and Venetian architecture with the 2000 year old Roman amphitheatre and the Temple of Augustus. Aside from the heaps of bars, restaurants and clubs which come to life at night, there are many festivals on during the summer, too.
Travel Tips for Istria
The closest airport to the majority of our boat rental locations is Pula Airport (PUY). It is a 9 km drive to Pula centre. Taxi and bus services are your best airport transfer options.