Hop from island to island in the Kornati archipelago mooring in bays or natural shelters, enjoy the underwater fishing in Pakleni Otoci, visit the famous lighthouse of Palagruza, the most remote Croatian island and moor at the amazing Elaphiti Islands.
The best sailing seasons in Croatia are late spring and early autumn, temperatures are milder, the sea is peaceful and the winds are nicer.
Explore an endless blue of possibilities from the charming town of Cavtat and the mysterious Lokrum Island in Dubrovnik, Vela Luka on Korčula, Hvar and Vis, and all the way to Lošinj and Istria. Discover hidden bays and beaches, find a berth and taste the Mediterranean lifestyle at ports and marinas or sleep peacefully under a blanket of stars.
SEVEN DAYS NORTH ADRIATIC ROUTE
Day 1 Marina Kaštela – Šolta 15 NM
Day 2 Šolta - Kornati 43 NM
Day 3 Kornati - Molat 14 NM
Day 4 Molat – Zadar 19 NM
Day 5 Zadar - Vodice 35 NM
Day 6 Vodice - Skradin 14 NM
Day 7 Skradin - Trogir 40 NM
Day 8 Trogir – Marina Kaštela 17 NM
On a first day, set your sails to Maslenica, a small village located on the beautiful island of Solta. The Island of Šolta is located near the City of Split. It has practically become a suburb of Split with only 9 nautical miles of distance between them. Šolta, which is 19 kilometers long and 4,5 kilometers wide, is an island of fishermen, olives and vineyards, an island where time has stopped long ago. Surrounded by an archipelago of seven islets (Polebrnjak, Saskinja, Stipanska Kamik Balkun, Sarac and Grmej), Maslenica is one of the most popular sailing ports in central Dalmatia. Along with the beautiful beaches, bays and coves, Šolta offers some interesting diving locations and lovely bike roots overlooking the sea.
Molat is an island which is very close to Dalmatian City Zadar. Having less than 25 square kilometers in size, and merely 200 residents, it is a prime spot for everybody looking for a peaceful vacation.
Vodice is a famous tourist destination at the Adriatic coast of Croatia, known for its vibrancy, diversity and a rich tourist offer. The town is located along the coast, in a wide bay area. Vodice is very proud of its historical and cultural heritage.
Trogir is a picturesque historic town and harbor on the Adriatic Coast in Croatia. Today, being situated 25 kilometers north of Split, it is part of the greater Split metropolitan area. It is on the UNESCO World Heritage List as it is one of the best preserved medieval towns in Europe. Trogir is surrounded by medieval walls, and has many beautiful buildings that testify to its rich history.
Day 1 Marina Kaštela – Hvar – 25 NM
Day 2 Hvar - Mljet - 50 NM
Day 3 Mljet- Dubrovnik – 35 NM
Day 4 Dubrovnik – Sipan – 20 NM
Day 5 Sipan – Korcula – 35 NM
Day 6 Korcula – Vis – 40 NM
Day 7 Vis – Šolta – 20 NM
Day 8 Šolta – Marina Kaštela – 15 NM
Hvar is the longest and the sunniest Croatian island. It is a part of the central Dalmatian archipelago with the area of 299.6 sqare kilometres. This glamorous island is one of Croatia's top jet-set destinations. The town of Hvar is about cultural landmarks, exquisite food, partying and sport activities, particularly scuba diving, rock climbing, cycling and of course sailing. Make sure to experience some of these activities. On the island of Hvar you’ll also find great wine and interesting winemakers, as well as very good olive oil and lavender-based products. Hvar is also a place which will seduce you with its beaches, bays and the nearby island chain Pakleni islands.
The City of Dubrovnik is one of the world’s most stunning destinations. The city has often been referred to as the "Pearl of the Adriatic" and was inducted into the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979 as a city of rich culture and history. The Old Town of Dubrovnik is surrounded by 1,970 metres of city walls. Dubrovnik is an elite destination famous for its beautiful beaches, pristine sea, top-notch restaurants, chic five-star hotels and adventure sports facilities.
The beautiful green island of Korčula is the 6th biggest island in the Adriatic Sea. It is the second most inhabited Croatian island. Korčula is rich in vineyards, olive groves and small villages. The surrounding sea is rich with fish of all types, which one may taste in restaurants and taverns all over the island.The most popular destination on the island is the glorious old town of Korčula, a beautiful medieval town built on a small peninsula. Marco Polo was amongst the first Europeans to travel the famous Silk Road trade route, stretching from the Middle East to China. Significantly, Polo is reputed to have been born in Korcula itself, although evidence to support this thesis is at best sketchy.
The Island of Šolta is located near the City of Split. It has practically become a suburb of Split with only 9 nautical miles of distance between them. Šolta, which is 19 kilometers long and 4,5 kilometers wide, is a sailing paradise with its 24 bays. The best bays are situated on the southern side of the island and can be reached by boat only. Along with the beautiful beaches, bays and coves, Šolta offers some interesting diving locations and lovely bike roots overlooking the sea.