Finish:21000, Split, Croatia
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from €850 / 8(6) days / 1pers.
We will start from the marina in the city of Trogir. The skipper and anyone else interested will accept the yacht. The rest will go exploring the surroundings. Sailing to the island of Šolta.
Trogir is a city-museum. The historic city center is located on an island that is separated from the mainland by a narrow channel. The historical center has a large number of ancient buildings, temples, palaces, and towers.
Sailing from the island of Šolta to Brač.
We will visit the Golden Horn, which is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, and we’ll stay for the night at the town of Bol.
The island of Brač has beautiful beaches, pine groves, and photogenic landscapes. The island is famous for the white “Brač stone” that they excavate here. If you bring a souvenir from Croatia, then it should be made from this stone.
Sailing from Brač to Hvar
We will visit Stari Grad. If the weather is good we’ll spend the night in a wild bay.
Hvar is an island of grapes, olives, lavender, and numerous springs. The oldest in Europe bas-relief in the shape of a ship was found here. From April to June, delicate purple lavender and white-red-pink oleanders bloom here.
We will visit the unusual Stiniva bay and stay overnight in one of the neighboring bays. Vis is a combination of nature, Mediterranean cuisine and homemade wine.
The entrance to Stiniva Bay (or Devil's Gate) is blocked by a large rock with a narrow strait. So you can get into the bay either in a dingy or just swimming. It is impossible to sail there on a boat. And inside the bay, there is a beach and a tavern. There are lots of people here during high season, but in April and May, it is quiet and peaceful.
Sailing from Vis to Biševo
We will visit the famous Blue Grotto, and walk around the island.
Blue Grotto (Modra špilja) on the small island of Biševo has unique natural light. The sun rays, reflected from the white bottom, make the water a saturated blue color, which is reflected in the arches of the cave. It is best to visit this grotto at noon. There is an entrance fee.
Sailing from Biševo to city of Skradin.
We’ll go deep into the mainland along the river to a picturesque place - Krka National Park.
What is Krka?
This is a national park of incredible beauty. Perhaps this is one of the most beautiful places in the world, and we will be lucky to see it with all its waterfalls. A personal guide will show us the most beautiful places so we could make the best photos.
Sailing from Skradin to Split.
A farewell dinner.
Leaving the yacht
Our route includes such interesting places as the city of Trogir, the island of Šolta with a beautiful beach, the island of Hvar, where lavender blooms. We will see the stunning Blue Grotto, visit the Krka National Park and will definitely try the delicious Croatian cuisine.