Croatia is the most popular sailing area for German skippers on the Mediterranean. In a current update from the Adriatic ports, established area experts explain what has happened there for the new season. And they also describe a trip that is not an everyday occurrence, which should be of particular interest to those who prefer to avoid the hustle and bustle.
We are talking about the Peljesac peninsula between Ploce on the Dalmatian mainland and the island of Korcula. Hardly any sailor gets lost there because it is far off the main routes. For example, a detour on the way from Split to Dubrovnik would mean a detour of about 70 nautical miles. And the inlet that leads there ends in a dead end. Therefore, only a few get lost in this area.
In this - or precisely because of it - it always has its advantages. The unspoiled, on the one hand, but also a coast with enchanting bays and pretty villages and towns. In addition, the distances are pleasantly short.