All about Gulet Rentals in Split
With so much to explore in the area, the Dalmatian Coast offers boundless possibilities for your gulet rental in Split. Spend your charter island hopping between the sensational Dalmatian Archipelago and discover uninhabited islands where you can relax with your loved ones and bathe in the pleasantly warm Adriatic Sea. Whether you are on a big family holiday and eager to snorkel and scuba dive, or on a reality getaway with friends looking for revitalising holiday experiences, a gulet rental in Split can tick all the boxes.
Sailing Areas in Split
Port of Split and Kaštel Lukšić host our gulet rentals in Split.
In Trogir, both Port Trogir and Baotić Marina have gulet rentals.
We also offer the possibility of renting a gulet on Hvar island at Port Hvar.
Climate and Sailing Conditions in Split
Sail with your friend and family during the summer holidays for fantastic weather, or off-peak during spring and autumn, as the sailing season starts as early as April and doesn’t finish until October.
The temperatures differ between 25°C to 30°C from June to September and heat the sea up to a lovely temperature of 22°C+.
The wind is generally calmest during the summer season, and roughest during the winter. In the summer afternoons, the wind can be known to pick up, so please stay atent to weather forecast and sailing conditions when sailing.
Itinerary Ideas for Split
There are lots of different things you can do in the area surrounding Split, with many islands and numerous coastal cities and towns bringing different touristic elements to the table.
From June to September, Trogir hosts a popular traditional music festival, held in churches, the fortress and in town squares throughout the summer season. The town has a market where you can buy precious stones and all sorts of wonderful things.
Split is an illustriously royal city with the ruins of an ancient palace left among the central streets. Along the coast and harbour you can find lots of watersport and cave tour excursions.
Sail to the islands and dock in what seems the beautifully peaceful town of Hvar, though by night, the vibrant party central of Split. Cocktails and champagne galore here, how can you not celebrate when you find yourself in such a heavenly paradise?!
Travel Tips for Split
Split has an airport (SPU) situated in between Trogir and Split. Despite being labeled “Split” airport, the airport itself is actually closer to Trogir (just 5 km away). It is approximately 25 km away from Split.
The most economic form of transport to your destination is by bus. The services from the airport to Trogir cost (12 HRK) and to Split (20 HRK).