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DUGI RAT

DUGI RAT is a charter location in Split – Tucepi to Tribunj, a yacht charter area in Croatia.

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Overview

Dugi Rat may not be as well-known as some of the more popular destinations along the coast, but the large town is relatively undiscovered by tourists. However, it’s definitely an up-and-coming place, so you may want to explore before it’s changed forever.  Fun fact: in Croatian, Dugi-Rat means ‘long cape’.

Navigation

A factory and ship quay are visible W of the Dugi Rat headland. Inside the ship quay, there’s mooring for small boats, with a depth of 5m, but this does get crowded.

General Information

You will be able to stock up on supplies from the many supermarkets, fruit stores, and butchers in Dugi Rat- it’s a large town so you’ll find medical facilities, pharmacies, veterinary centres, banks, ATMs, and everything else you would expect.

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Beaches

Dugi Rat Beach

Situated south of the town, this 180m long gravel beach offers natural shade, shallow crystalline water that is ust perfect for swimming, and options for refreshments nearby. Great for kids.

Mali Rat East

Heading north from Dugi Rat,  this 160m stretch of bleached gravel tends to be less crowded, apart from peak season. Turquoise waters, with some underwater rocks to explore, spectacular views, bring your own sunshades.

Mali Rat West

Down a flight of steps, this narrow beach stretches out from the harbour. Good swimming, clear waters. The road right behind it makes it seem a little less serene than some of the alternatives along the coast.

Orij Beach (East and West)

Situated right near the main plaza are the two gravelly Orij beaches, both over 300m long. The east beach has more natural shade as well as cafes and restaurants nearby. Both are great for swimming.

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Where to Eat

Dugi Rat has a good variety of places to eat. The good news is that they are often more geared to locals, than tourists so they offer authentic dishes prepared in traditional Croatian fashion.

Konoba-Pizzeria Lucac

When people really love a restaurant, you know, because they claim that it serves the best food in the area. And fans of this place constantly claim it has the best seafood, the best pizzas, the best everything. It all depends on your viewpoint, of course, but gnocchi with prosciutto and truffles, black risotto, and catch of the day, are all excellent.

Zazu Food & Bar

For a chill place with awesome views, great food, fun drinks, and a great welcome, then Zazu is the one to choose. Happy hour at sunset isn’t to be missed! For something special to try – the black gnocchi is made in-house (with octopus ink)! A young, friendly, and laid-back spot for memorable evenings.

Things to Do

If you are a hiker or cyclist, Dugi Rat makes a great base for exploring the area, with numerous trails to follow through stunning mountain scenery.

If you prefer a more organized experience to help you discover the highlights of the region, an organized tour will be worthwhile. Sunspot tours (based in Omis) earn the best reviews.

Agencies can also organise day trips to National Park Krka, rafting and kayaking on the river Centina and boat tours to Hvar.

Photo by: magdalena_lis_ (Source: Instagram)

Places to Stay

There is a great variety of guesthouses, B&Bs, and rental apartments available in Dugi Rat.

In particular, Villa Toni garners great reviews. It is sparkling clean with awesome hosts who are quite helpful. Close to the beach, with balconies overlooking the sea. Do not miss the bakery downstairs for freshly baked bread and pastries.

    Yachts available in DUGI RAT

    COPACABANA

    From €19,000/week
    3 cabins
    72 ft
    Sunseeker
    6 guests
    Refit: 2019
    100 Litres/Hr

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    3 reviews

    MELARNIE

    From €24,000/week
    4 cabins
    61 ft
    Lagoon
    8 guests
    Built: 2017
    34 Litres/Hr

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    Jetskis: 2
    Jacuzzi

    SERENITY

    From €550,000/week
    10+ cabins
    236 ft
    Austal/Oceanfast
    30 guests
    Refit: 2017
    390 Litres/Hr

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    SMYRNA

    From €50,000/week
    5 cabins
    122 ft
    Custom Built Aluminum Cutter
    10 guests
    Built: 2012

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    Jetskis: 2

    WIND OF FORTUNE

    From €130,000/week
    7 cabins
    170 ft
    CRN Ancona
    16 guests
    Refit: 2020
    390 Litres/Hr

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    Jetskis: 2
    Jacuzzi

    MIRAGE

    From €200,000/week
    8 cabins
    173 ft
    Feadship
    12 guests
    Refit: 2020
    350 Litres/Hr

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    Jacuzzi

    Agape Rose

    From €95,500/week
    10+ cabins
    159 ft
    Custom
    24 guests
    Refit: 2021
    120 Litres/Hr

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    7 reviews
    Jetskis: 2
    Jacuzzi

    NAVILUX

    From €46,000/week
    6 cabins
    122 ft
    Custom
    12 guests
    Built: 2012
    80 Litres/Hr

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    8 reviews

    VULPINO

    From €25,000/week
    4 cabins
    60 ft
    Sunreef Yachts
    8 guests
    Built: 2020

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    23 reviews

    SEA BLISS

    From €12,900/week
    4 cabins
    55 ft
    Lagoon
    8 guests
    Built: 2014
    30 Litres/Hr

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    Jetski
    Jacuzzi

    DONNA DEL MARE

    From €127,000/week
    7 cabins
    131 ft
    Aegean Build
    16 guests
    Refit: 2020
    180 Litres/Hr

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    BALLADEER

    From €9,900/week
    3 cabins
    64 ft
    Jeanneau
    8 guests
    Built: 2015

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    MOONRAKER II

    From €30,000/week
    4 cabins
    97 ft
    Azimut
    8 guests
    Refit: 2015
    140 Litres/Hr

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    9 reviews

    ADRIATIC LION (Lagoon 620)

    From €16,900/week
    5 cabins
    61 ft
    Lagoon
    10 guests
    Built: 2018

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    5 reviews

    Altair

    From €12,600/week
    6 cabins
    80 ft
    Custom
    12 guests
    Built: 2008.

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