Sail a day with your friends or your family in the waters around Biograd na moru, with dozens of tiny islands scattered all over the area. Between Biograd and the island of Pasman in the Pasman Channel, which is at places only 2 km wide, there are dozens of larger and smaller islands (Babac, St. Katarina, Planac, Cavatul, Veli and Mali Duzac, not to mention the "Island of Love", the heart-shaped Galesnjak - see our profile pic on Embark.org - and many others). The island of Vrgada is a small island with fisherman's villages, without car traffic, with beaches of red sand, while the island of Pasman has 65km of coast, all in coves, capes, islets and bays. Many of them don't even have a name, but all are enchanting.
You need no previous sailing experience, and your skipper will be glad to teach you the ropes. Disregard this lame pun, there is nothing lame in sailing away to find your own hidden cove or beach – there certainly is an abundance of these to choose from. Go where your own, and the whim of the wind and the sea takes you!
Location:Biograd na Moru, Croatia