Sailing route from Trogir/Split area – Central Croatia coast and Korcula
7 nights – 8 days – 7 islands – 5 towns/cities
A route for the group that wants to sail a bit longer distances than usual.
This sailing route starts from the Trogir/Split and includes a few longer legs to make sure that you get to experience some longer distances during your holiday. You will experience some of the old historical cities in the archipelago and as well as impressive architecture and at the same time buzzing life of Hvar, Korcula and Vis. At the same time you will also get a few nights in the more secluded areas of the archipelago with but still access to a restaurant for dinner.
Itinerary in short:
Saturday: Šolta (Šesula bay)
Swim stop – Pakleni islands
Sunday: Hvar town (Hvar island)
Monday: Šćedro (natural bay)
Tuesday: Korcula town (Korčula island)
Swim stop – Secluded bay off Korčula
Wednesday: Vis town (Vis island)
Swim stop – Green cave
Thursday: Komiža town (Vis island)
Swim stop – Blue Lagoon
Friday: Moor in base marina
Day 1 Split - Solta
Approx 2h of sailing*
Day one usually starts with a check-in of your boat in the afternoon if you have booked a skipper he/she will also meet up with you around the same time. When checkin is done you will sail to a secluded bay on Šolta for the night, enjoying a delicious dinner at one of the restaurants. If you are sailing in the middle of the summer, make sure to call ahead to get a private mooring line for free.
Day 2 Solta - Hvar
Approx 3h of sailing*
Sail to Hvar, the capital of the island with the same name. In Hvar you can choose to either moor in Hvar harbour, or in the nearby Marina Palmizana, from Palmixana you can easily take a taxi boat/rib into the main town. Explore the beauty of the old town, hike up to the fortress that overlooks the city for a stunning sunset view of the city as well as the Pacleni islands. Finish the day in one of the restaurants or join the night-life in one of the many party spots.
Day 3 Hvar - Šćedro
Approx 1hr sailing*
After breakfast, sail to Šćedro island where you can explore idyllic peaceful coves. This isle is a protected nature reserve and has footpaths that cross the 8km long island if you wish to stretch your legs. There is an old abandoned village named Nastane and ruins of a monastery to discover along the walk. The bay is home to a colony of a rare kind of giant mussels. The mussels are easy to see on the seabed from your boat as the water is so clear in the bay. Go for dinner at one of the local family restaurants and enjoy the breathtaking beauty of the night sky away from the lights of civilization.
Day 4 Šćedro - Korčula
Approx 3hrs sailing*
Set sail for Korčula and explore one of the most architecturally interesting towns in Croatia, the home of Marco Polo. Walk through the fortress enclosed city center. In the evening go out to dinner at one of the restaurants along the stone walls upper level with a magical view of the waters outside of town. Finish up with cocktails at a rooftop bar while you watch the sun go down.
Day 5 Korčula - Vis
Approx 6hrs sailing*
Leave Korčula town early in the morning and set sail to the island Vis. Take a swim stop in one of the secluded bays at the north western side of Korčula Island to swim and unwind on the boat.
After arriving in Vis, rent a VW beetle, a scooter or take a military excursion and explore the beauty of Vis island. In the evening dine on the one of a kind restaurant Lola just a few meters from where your boat is moored.
Day 6 Vis - Komiža
Approx 1hr sailing*
Sail around the island towards Komiža and stop at the Green Cave. Jump off the cliffs and swim into the cave, or drop the anchor and plunge into the crystal clear water.
When you get to Komiža, explore a different side to Croatia; visit the untouched village and enjoy the unique local food, where lobster is the specialty. This wonderful little town that is nestled in the middle of the Adriatic sea is situated at the base of Mount Hum (587m). It is a great view from the top, where you can find a small church and watch the sun go down. Take a taxi up if you don’t fancy the walk, there is a short path leading from the nearby road to the top (a stop here is also part of the military tour if you choose to do that).
Day 7 Komiža - Split
Approx 4hrs sailing*
On the way back to the marina, stop at a breath-taking clear water lagoon. Take a swim, finish your lunch and make the most of your last sailing day. Depending on your starting point, finish off your week with a night in the beautiful old town of Split or Trogir. Have an unforgettable evening in the Diocletian’s Palace or lose yourself in the tiny town of Trogir!
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