Yacht Charter in Sukošan, Croatia

Not even 10 km south east of Zadar there lies a Sukošan - a personification of a typically Croatian fishing village with all the benefits of an Adriatic climate. Ancient Rome was first to establish an outpost in the parts around sukoshan. Since then, agriculture and tourism have transformed this sleepy village into a bustling maritime center. Located in a wide bay called Golden Harbor by the locals, Sukošan boasts the largest marina in the Adriatic, a nautical paradise for sailors and yacht charterers.

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Why choose Sukošan as you starting point?

All varieties of blue in the sea mix with white sails flowing into the largest and most modern marina in these parts of the Mediterranean, located near Sukošan old town. A long coastline stretches along with beaches that continue throughout the whole of the city and onto a neighboring peninsula providing a unique robinsonian variety of tourism, for those wishing to experience it.

What to do and see on your yacht charter holiday in Sukošan?

A compact paradise, Sukošan offers natural beauty of land and sea, history, welcoming hosts and modern maritime infrastructure. The nearby islands of Ugljan, Pašman and Dugi Otok offer plenty of potential in the form of exploring by boat. The proximity of Kornati National Park is a great chance for sailors stationed in Sukošan for familiarizing themselves with this one-of-a-kind gem of nature, protected by UNESCO. In the old town of Sukošan there are plenty of restaurants with outstanding Dalmatian cuisine that offer local and traditional specialties, grown locally. The architectural features of Sukošan bear witness to a turbulent past, with the Upper Gates as reminder of fortificational needs this town had, with the church of Our Lady of the Graces and the church of Saint Cassian standing as symbols of hardships prevailed and foundries overcomed by the local populace. Also to see is the summer home of many bishops, known as the Palac. In the summer, Sukošan turns into a stage featuring many kinds of entertainment programs, like Sukošan summer, Folk choirs singing, fiestas with local food and souvenirs...even donkey racing! All the above stated features are everything that makes Sukošan a place to be enjoyed when on a sailing holiday

When to sail in Sukošan?

In Sukoshane, air temperatures during the summer are a pleasant 30 degrees Celsius, with sea temperatures reaching 27 degrees Celsius. Sunny summers with lots of bright days during the year can be sometimes brought to a halt by Bura wind, a fast and strong wind that cools the air and the sea, but not very common. Some of the most beautiful sunsets are to be seen in Sukošan, with the nights being very pleasant with temperatures not dropping below 25 degrees Celsius, ideal for spending summer nights on a boat under the starry sky.