Southern Croatia regroups all those islands and coastlines that have been marked by the passage of Roman populations. These are places where art and culture are intertwined, without losing the authenticity of small fishing villages overlooking the turquoise sea. Most of Croatia's UNESCO sites are located in this area, thus offering a unique experience of both culture and nature exploration thanks to the countless protected natural sites. Let yourself be pampered by the hospitality of the local people, explore the natural heritage of these islands, and dive into the turquoise waters for an unforgettable holiday. Selected catamarans and sailboats are waiting for you to sail to the islands of southern Croatia; contact us for a customized quote.
|Marina Trogir, Split Croatia
Solta Island, Rogac
|TIME OF DEPARTURE
|Check-in at 5:00 pm on Saturday - Check-out at 9:00 pm on the following Saturday
Skipper (from 1.260€)
Hostess (from 850€)
Outboard engine for dinghy (from 60€)
Ports and buoys extra (aprox. 100€)
Provisioning on-line with delivery on board
From €2.200 per week for a boat with 3 cabins and 1 bathroom.
Sailing boats or catamarans with 4 or 5 double cabins and 3 or 4 bathrooms are available for groups from 6 to 10 persons.
|HOW TO ARRIVE
The suggested airports are Split (iata code: SPU) and Zadar (iata code: ZAD), from where buses and taxis depart to the departure bases. Do not hesitate to contact us: we are available for any advice.
|Italian and english.
|How to come
|AIR: Split International Airport (SPU), AIR: Zadar Airport (ZAD), FERRY: Split ferry terminal, FERRY: Zadar ferry terminal
7 days: Split, Southern Croatia - ID 9 View MoreLess
Day 1: Check-in
Check-in available from 4 p.m. at the embarkation Marina. After the technical check-in and a short presentation of the boat, you can take your seat in the cabins and board the galley before setting sail.
In the early morning we head south-west towards the island of Solta, full of convenient docks for our lunch break and the night. You can add to your itinerary a stop in the beautiful coastal town of Stomorska, located on the northeastern side of the island and particularly appreciated for its convenient little harbour and the nice seafront with little restaurants, bars and small shops. Alternatively, you can anchor in the total relax of secluded bays immersed in the nature, like the one of Necujam where, in addition to its crystal clear water, you can find one the most beautiful and wide beaches in Solta.
Certainly the most trendy and fascinating island in Central Dalmatia, Hvar is famous for the architectonical harmony of the villages along its coasts, its rich nature and the super beautiful white sand and pebble beaches. You can make a stop along the way to visit the ancient Stari Grad, the exotic Ivan Dolac or the little town of Vrboska, also called "little Venice". At sunset, you can find peace and relax by anchoring in quiet bays away from the crowd, as in the one near Sucuraj.
From Hvar, we sail to the west to reach the small archipelago south of Vis and the island of Otok Veli Budikovac. Here you will find an enchanted lagoon with incredible shades of blue, where you can spend the afternoon diving and snorkeling. In the evening, under a sky full of stars, you will enjoy the unique atmosphere of this place, one of the most suggestive in the whole archipelago.
From Budikovac we head for the near Vis. On this little island you can find a huge variety of beaches and evocative docks, like the ones of Komiza and Prirovo, where you can have a peaceful lunch or relax while walking on the sandy beach or going snorkelling among the rocks. If you like the idea of a night out, you can go ashore for a beach party in the popular "Kamenice", nearby the city of Komiza and "Grandovac" near the town of Vis.
After breakfast, we set sail in the direction of the island of Bisevo, about 4 miles south of Komiza. The main attractions of this little but very beautiful island are its fine sand beaches and the Blue Cave, located on the eastern side, in the bay of Balun. Visiting the cave before lunch time is for sure an experience you shouldn’t miss.
We leave Bisevo in the morning and head west towards Brac, also known as the island of harmony and beauty. Unlike all other Adriatic islands, it is known for its luxuriant vegetation and the abundant flora; you won’t resist the fascination of a nice sailing through the canal in front of Zlatni Rat to admire the spectacular white sand isthmus in Bol and have a swim in its turquoise waters. Return to the Marina at 18:00 with overnight in port included.
Day 8: Check-out
Disembarkation is scheduled in the early afternoon.
The itinerary may be subject to variations based on weather conditions, safety conditions and the technical assessments of the captain of the boat. This program is intended as indicative and not binding.
Trogir is a walled up city, full of churches and ancient but well-preserved buildings, where you could find the culture of this southern region. Solta island is a paradise for trekking lovers, where you have the opportunity to immerse yourself between exploring walks around the unpolluted nature, unmissable also a dive into the light blue bay and a stroll in Stomorska. Hvar is the historical city, full of typical little villages, surrounded by some well known bays. Vis is that kind of place for people who dislike crowded destinations: untouched nature and pictoresque landscapes, perfect spot for relax. Desert beaches, far from the crowd, where you have the opportunity to recharge your batteries, without give up to the beauty offered by these heavenly places.