We prepared something special for you this summer!
Need an adventurous holiday? Always wanted to try wakeboarding or you are already a good rider?
Book with us your Wake Van holiday in Croatia! Choose one, two or all cable parks in Croatia – Island Krk, Pula and Split. As a YourWay guest, you can get 20% off daily passes in any wake park with equipment included. Sounds good?
We are focused on the fusion of wakeboarding, nature and travelling experience. Wake Van holiday is just a perfect holiday! Even though wakeboarding is usually considered an extreme sport, 90% of wake park visitors are absolute beginners of all ages.
To get real experience of vanlife, wakeboarding and Croatia, book campervan for at least 7 days and combine all 3 wake parks in Croatia.
Here is the idea of what to do on your 1 week Wake Van holiday in Croatia:
Start your road trip in Zadar, the adorable historic old city on Croatia’s Dalmatian coast. Have a coffee in Kalelarga, the ancient Roman street, listen to Sea organ, one of the greatest sights on the Adriatic coast, have a swim in the crystal clear sea, eat fresh fish and enjoy the whole day in Zadar. Alfred Hitchcock said that Zadar has the best sunset in the world, so please don’t skip to enjoy that romantic moment!
Head south to Split and let your adventurous spirit take you to the best day of your holidays. Experience the amazing adventure of wakeboarding at CABLE PARK SPLIT – the only Wake park in Dalmatia! Let the clear and clean sea and beautiful location impress you while you push your limits and enjoy. After wakeboarding, go to Split center and explore Diocletian’s Palace, old city, Marjan hill and Riva promenade.
An hour up from Split, you can visit Krka national park. There are 17 waterfalls in this spot alone and the tallest gets up to almost 50 metres. Such a great place to chill and enjoy after a day of wakeboarding. Another idea of what to visit here is the city of Šibenik. Explore its two UNESCO sites and many other attractions, relax on the beach and try the quality of Adriatic cuisine.
On your way up north, use Europe’s most beautiful roads – Jadranska Magistrala. You will be rewarded with wonderful scenery of the Adriatic Sea and islands. You need around 3 hours to get from Zadar to Island Krk but take it easy, enjoy the view and make many stops. There are plenty of amazing viewpoints along the road. Wonderful sights it offers are unforgettable.
Cable Krk is a destination where most people have a great time and they keep coming back. What’s so special about this place? We think it’s the atmosphere. The sun is shining and people are smiling,… During the day you can ride, lay in the sun and in the evening try some of the yummy house special cocktails and see where the night takes you…
Wake park Pula has lounge bar & bistro Mares which is a unique bar in Pula and Istria. It is situated in the middle of the Valovine bay and connected with the shore with a wooden bridge. You can enjoy the beautiful landscape while watching the attractive wakeboarding activities. They organise Sunshine sessions from 17-20h where you can enjoy a live DJ session, special drink offers and great atmosphere.
Except for wakeboarding, Pula has a three thousand year old history. Every step you take through the old town is a landmark, starts and finishes with the Roman amphitheater. During the months of July and August the amphitheater holds a series of concerts and the atmosphere is just magical. You can also visit National Park Brijuni – once a private summer residence for the famous president of Yugoslavia, Josip Broz Tito. Experience untouched nature, safari, rich culture and history of these islands. No cars are allowed on the island, but you can rent a golf car and drive around the island, it is very fun.
While in Istria, don’t miss the picturesque city of Rovinj. Don’t be surprised if you hear more Italian than Croatian. The official language is Croatian but Italian is common as well due to the long historical influence. This charming city can be effortlessly walked over, which means you can explore the sights completely with no rush. You can also go to nearby Lim valley – the 35 km long valley of the river Pazinčica, which transforms into the Lim Channel, a 10 kilometers long estuary. Enjoy fresh seafood with a view.
Another great little city here is Motovun, the pearl of inland Istria. Every summer, since 1999, Motovun has been the host of a famous film festival so try to be there at that time, it is really fun. Enjoy Istrian roads with the most stunning views and make sure to stop at a local konoba for lunch and sampling truffles, wine and olive oil. After exploring Motovun, we continued to the smallest town in the world, Hum. It is situated in the center of the Istria region, near the town of Buzet, known as a “town of truffles”.
Fell free to ask us for your personal itinerary or check our suggested routes here.
Take it easy and enjoy wake van holiday! 🙂