Yacht Charter Kastel Gomilica, Croatia & Boat Rental
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Kastel Gomilica is the main attraction of the Kastelans bay. The 17km stretch of land between Split and Trogir is the starting point of what can be the most unforgettable vacation of your lifetime.
There is so much to see and experience. Spectacular beaches, forts, mountain ranges, churches, chapels, architectural monuments (medieval and renaissance), and Roman ruins are just some of the attractions of the tourist destination.
The best is yet to come. The town is famous for its ports and anchorages that support hundreds of boats. This area is known for boating as Kastel Gomilica is surrounded by several untouched islands just waiting to be explored by tourists on a motorboat or a sailboat.
If you’re still searching for a reason to visit Kastel Gomilica, here is one that is sure to convince you. Some of the scenes for the multiple Primetime Emmy Award-winning series Game of Thrones – the ones depicting the Free City of Braavos – were shot in the town of Kastel Gomilica.
Even if you’re not a sailing enthusiast, to just rent a boat inKastel Gomilica is one tourist attraction that shouldn’t be missed. Do not forget to visit the Gomilica Castel, which is only a 10-minute stroll from the harbor.
Sailing in Kastel Gomilica
The calm and warm waters off the coast of Kastel Gomilica offer the ideal conditions for sailing. The bay and the mountain ranges keep heavy winds from disturbing your dream sailing holiday. Tourists have as many as six classes of boats, of various shapes and sizes, to choose from: sailboats, RIBs, motorboats, catamarans, houseboats, and yachts are there to give you the problem of plenty.
There are many factors to consider before you hire a boat Kastel Gomilica. But one thing for sure, professionals renters are known for highly professional rental services; they share all necessary information and assist in every possible way. Tourists can rent bareboats (i.e.) boats without a crew; in some rentals the skipper is optional, but some insist on hiring one. Tourists who aren’t competent or experienced to sail a boat must rent with a skipper.
There is a general misconception that to charter a yacht in Kastel Gomilica or anywhere else you have to shell out a bundle of cash. Not at all; tourists can rent a yacht for a day for just 500 Euros, and book everything online on SamBoat. You would be surprised by the low-cost boat rentals in this Croatian Harbour. The rentals of other types of boats are even cheaper. You can hire a motorboat for just 70 Euros a day; a RIB for 89 Euros; a sailboat is only 33 Euros a day, and a catamaran can be yours for a day for 172 Euros. Those are some deals you can't miss!
Weather in Kastel Gomilica
Kastel Gomilica is fairly sunny, warm, and dry for most of the year. The town records a maximum of 30 degree Celsius, which is the highest, during its hottest months of July and August. The precipitation is low to moderate during the two months.
For tourists, especially those who want to go boating, this city is waiting with open arms from March to October. The peak season – the summer months – receives the maximum rush from around the world. Naturally, accommodation, boat rentals, and everything else become costlier. Tourists will hardly find a hotel and boat rental vacant. They would have to settle for what’s available or book well in advance.
The spring and fall season is considered the shoulder seasons in the town. During these months you can rent a boat in Kastel Gomilica that you feel will suit your needs just fine. The average maximum temperature during these months is around 24 degree Celsius and it goes down up to 12 degree Celsius. Tourists can expect moderate rainfall, averaging around 5-8cm.
From November to February – the winter season – the town is cold and wet, with a maximum average temperature of 13 degree Celsius; the temperature can slump down to as much as 6 degree Celsius.
How to get to Kastel Gomilica?
The easiest way to reach Kastel Gomilica is by air. The tourist destination doesn’t have an airport. The nearest one is the Split Airport, that’s 8km from the town. Alternatively, tourists can land in other airports in Croatia and take a train, bus, or taxi cab to Kastel Gomilica. Other airports near Kastel Gomilica include Sinj Glider Airport (28km away), Livno Brda Bosni Airport (49km away), Hvar Private Airport (45km away), and Bol Airport (37km away).
To get around, tourists have plenty of options – train, bus, and taxi service – the last one more expensive than the other two. But, to get the best out of your holiday, Kastel Gomilica and the neighboring areas need to be explored on a boat. You can also charter a yacht in Kastel Gomilica and visit other coastal towns in the Kastelans bay area.
Find a boat rental Kastel Gomilica is the perfect place to go town hopping
Kastel Novi: Feast your eyes on the beautiful and majestic Kastel Novi, an architectural marvel built in the year 1512. Walking through the narrow pathways, you travel back in time, watching in wonder the old market, and chapels and churches built in the 16th century.
Solin: Developed on the ancient Roman city of Salona – the birthplace of Emperor Diocletian and the Capital of Roman Dalmatia – the town of Solin has grown into a tourist attraction, rich in architecture, culture, and history. Solin is also one of the largest Roman ruin areas in the world. You can learn about its rich past by visiting the Archeological Museum. The town also boasts of a long monumental waterway that extends up to Split.
Split: Tourists must rent a boat in Kastel Gomilica and make a trip to Split. It’s the second-largest city in Croatia and one of the best tourist destinations with plenty to see, hear, and experience. The city offers something to everyone. Nature lovers would find the Marjan, Mosor, and Kozjak mountains, and the many tropical plants irresistible. Those who are interested in art, architecture, and history will surely enjoy the medieval houses, churches, and Emperor Diocletian’s Palace. You can also hire directly a vessel in the marina of Split.