Yacht charter Pomer
Pomer is a little village on the southern coast of Istria amid a gorgeous bay. The area is rich in history, including relics from the reigns of the Romans and the Byzantines. A boat hire from Pomer is an excellent way to see the Istrian peninsula, Kvarner Bay, and the Kornati islands. Sailing west over the water, you will arrive at the Po Delta, one of Europe's most stunning wetlands. A bit further north is Venice, a lagoon city.
Pomer is easily accessible by flights from German-speaking nations because to its proximity to Pula. The marina is about twelve kilometers away. It is approximately 650 kilometers by automobile from southern Germany. From the Slovenian border,
Culture and natural beauties of Istria
In summer, the prevailing wind is the maestral, which blows steadily from the northeast and guarantees pleasant sailing off Istria. Occasionally there is the fierce bora, a dry wind that comes suddenly. The jugo (or sirocco) blows into the Adriatic from the southeast, especially in winter. In addition to plenty of wind for dynamic sailing, it also brings rain. Renting a yacht and discovering northern Croatia offers beautiful bays and islands on the west coast. When entering and leaving the marina, watch out for shoals and cliffs on the islands.
In summer, the prevailing wind is the Maestral, which blows steadily from the northeast and guarantees pleasant sailing off Istria. Occasionally there is the fierce bora, a dry wind that comes suddenly. The jugo (or sirocco) blows into the Adriatic from the southeast, especially in winter. In addition to plenty of wind for dynamic sailing, it also brings rain. Renting a yacht and discovering Northern Croatia will lead you along the west coast to beautiful bays and islands. When going out on a yacht charter in Pomer, watch out for shoals and cliffs at the islands.
A highlight on the west coast is Pula with an old town worth seeing. If you charter a motor yacht from Pomer you will find a boat service station in the marina. Besides the marina there are also places to anchor. The old town shows the importance that the city had already in ancient Rome. The Temple of Augustus, the Gate of Hercules, the Double Gate or the Amphitheater are testimonies of that time. But also the cathedral or the castle are worth a visit.
North of Pula is the Brijuni National Park, which, in addition to fantastic nature, also has some historical sights. It should be noted that only the port of Veliki Brijun may be visited. With a permit, you may also rent a catamaran from Pomer and moor at the Mali Brijun jetty. Besides, exciting cities like Rovinj, Porec, Novigrad and Umag are waiting on the west coast if you charter a sailing yacht in Istria.
Sailing from Istria to Kvarner Bay
Chartering a sailing yacht and discovering Istria's coast and island world is only one option. An alternative is to rent a yacht and discover northern Croatia in the Kvarner Bay. On the east coast, the wonderful spa town of Opatija awaits, which still has the flair of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy. You can also rent a catamaran and leave Pomer for the island world of Kvarner Bay. In addition to the three winds already mentioned, here in summer you can expect the Nevera, which appears suddenly. It is difficult to predict and appears as a heavy storm. A characteristic is that before it the maestral breaks off and thunder can be heard from the west.
Here you should take advantage of the yacht charter from Pomer to get acquainted with a geological phenomenon. While all the islands of the archipelago are made of rock, the island of Susak is a sand island. This has the advantage that wonderful sandy beaches exist in its bays. A special feature is the costumes of the women on the island. Their skirts end already above the knees, which is unique in Europe. From the bora, the anchorage Porat protects best. When renting a motor yacht and leaving Pomer in the direction of Susak, make sure that the bottom slopes slowly into the sea.
Losinj can be reached in the eastern direction. The island is a popular place to stay when renting a yacht in northern Croatia, because it has beautiful sheltered bays. There are two bigger villages on the island. In Mali Losinj it is worth visiting the Museum of Apoxyomenos. A hike across the channel leads to Mount Baston, which offers a beautiful view. If you enter the bay of Veli Losinj after chartering a motor yacht in Pomer, you should visit the beautiful old town. In addition, a picturesque coastal path invites you for a hike. Other worthwhile islands are Rab, Cres and Krk.
Yacht charter from Pomer with destination Kornati islands
If you plan to charter a sailing yacht in Istria, you can also visit the Kornati Islands, which are located southeast of the Kvarner Bay. Here, off the coast between Zadar and Sibenik, lie 150 islands, 89 of which have been combined into a national park. Via the car-free island of Ilovik the cruise can go to Molat. The bays are located on the protected northeastern side. The biggest bay is Jaz, which is often used as a bathing bay. The port of Molat can be reached from the south.
Zut is located between Pasman and Kornat. In the north of the island there is a navy, but in some parts it has a draft of only one meter. There are numerous dreamy islands that offer tranquility when chartering a sailing yacht from Istria. From the hills sailors have a fantastic view of the island world. On the southern island Kornat is worth a visit to the bay Vrulje and a climb to the ruins of the fortress Tureta. It is also worth chartering a motor yacht and leaving Pomer for Sibenik. From there it is possible to visit the Krka National Park.
A yacht charter from Pomer is definitely worthwhile and allows for a varied cruise planning. Let us advise you before starting your catamaran rental in Pomer and discovering Northern Croatia.