Poreč, Croatia

Rent a boat in Poreč, Croatia in a few minutes!

Rent a boat in Poreč, Croatia in a few minutes!


Hiring a boat is the ideal way to explore the hidden beauties of Porec. The city has a population of 17,000 and is becoming a popular summer spot for tourists. Porec has a Mediterranean climate that is perfect for beach fun, swimming, and sailing. You can easily find the ideal catamaran, motor yacht, sailboat, or speedboat of your choice from any marina around Porec. You can directly contact the owners of the vessels for the ideal boat, or simply allow a BednBlue travel expert to guide you with some suggestions.

You have plenty of options:

You can book and hire a sailboat or speedboat with a skipper--or without one, if you own a license--and enjoy a one-day cruise to Umag or Funtana. You also have the option to rent a motorboat. Their fast cruising speed will allow you to enjoy a full-day cruise to Rovinj. If you book a catamaran, you will have plenty of space to throw a party, enjoy a sunset cruise, or celebrate a wedding anniversary. Finally, you can hire a luxury yacht and enjoy a multi-day adventure along the Istrian coast.

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Boats in Poreč

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Porec is a town on the western coast of the Istrian peninsula, covering an area of 139 square kilometers. The city is almost 2,000 years old, influenced by a mix of various cultures and nationalities; these included the Liburnians, the Histrians, the Greeks, and the Celts. Before you begin your boat trip in Porec, you can enjoy a pleasant walk around the town to see the remains of ancient monuments and temples. One of Poreč's major landmarks is the 6th-century Euphrasian Basilica, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Venetians and Romans left many traces too, so it is not unusual to hear the Italian language on the streets. Many castles, gothic palaces, and beautiful fortifications were built when Porec was conquered by the Venetian Republic, in 1267. The big Neptune Temple, the Palace of Zucchato, the Two Saints House, and the Pentagonal Fortress are mesmerizing monuments built when Porec passed under the control of Venice. Once you have felt the spirit of history in the old town, you can enjoy an active holiday by renting a boat in Porec.

By hiring a boat in Porec you will be able to sail away from the crowds and enjoy a peaceful vacation. Istria hides plenty of beaches and bays. Located near the town of Porec, you can explore Brulo, Borik, Oliva, and Bellevue Beach. All these beaches are equipped with a large number of restaurants and are ideal for both children and the elderly. A simple boat tour in Porec can be spent by hopping from one town to the other. Isnjan, Labin, Motovun, and Vrsar are small towns and villages that form one of the loveliest archipelagos in the Adriatic Sea. The village of Funtana is about 7 km south of Porec and occupies a marina that is open throughout the year. You can spend an overnight stay in this quaint and charming village. Moreover, you will be offered the opportunity to visit the famous Baredine caves nearby, rich in stalactite and stalagmite formations. Resuming on your boat trip from Porec, you can reach Rovinj, one of the most romantic spots on the coast. Rovinj counts 13 beaches, most often hidden coves, but also pebble ones, with a friendly and relaxing vibe to them.

Turning your boat’s rudder direction to Slovenia and Trieste, you can stop by Umag and Novigrad. Both cities have a variety of beaches and marinas for you to moor your boat. Trieste is located about 45 kilometers from Umag and is a gem that looks nothing like the rest of Italy. By hiring a motor yacht from Porec, you can visit Trieste on a two-day cruise. Taking in the magnificent scenery, crystal-clear waters, and exciting history of Central Europe is an out-of-the-ordinary experience. Besides that, you can find numerous restaurants, taverns, patisseries, coffee bars, and other similar relaxing places to spend your evening. If you have more  time available, you can enjoy a catamaran or sailboat charter and make a stop in Venice. Sailing from the charming Istrian shore to the fascinating islands facing the Adriatic Sea will guarantee a perfect vacation for your family and friends.

Below you will find some useful information related to your boat rentals in Porec.

Porec Marina: The marina offers 129 berths and is open throughout the year. The marina is available 24/7 and has professional staff providing guests with necessary assistance.

The marina is roughly 54 km away from Pula airport.

Marina Cervar Porat: A year-round open marina, which offers 207 berths.

Marina Parentium: Situated in Zelena Laguna and offers 184 berths.

The marina is 30 km away from Pula Airport.

ACI Marina Umag: Situated in the north part of the city port and is a proud winner of the blue flag. The marina has 475 berths and can take vessels that go up to 60 m long.

The marina is 80 km away from Pula Airport.

Novigrad Marina: It has a total of 225 berths with a unique shell-like pier arrangement. The marina can accommodate megayachts and offers a parking area.

Funtana Marina: It offers 200 berths, with electricity and fuel supply for all yachts.

The marina is 40 km from Pula airport.

Porec connects Piran, Pula, Rovinj, Split, and Trieste by ferry.