Split – krknjaši & Maslinica – Vis & Biševo – Korčula – Šćedro & Hvar – Pakleni & Bol – Milna – Nečujam – Split
Central Dalmatia – 190 NM Route
The best choice for the “first-timers” in Croatia is Central Dalmatia. This is the area where you will realize how authentic, traditional, beautiful, tasty and live, Croatia really is. Although every part of Croatia has its own way of life, Central Dalmatia will show you how original life in Croatia is, what will give you an encouragement to discover more about other Croatian Pearls.
One week trip will start and end in Split, and in between you will visit at least 9 Islands, 12 Places and numerous bays and beaches.
Saturday: Split & Krknjaši & Maslinica
First day is reserved to prepare yourself for the trip, check-in in ACI Marina and if you want to, meet Split, the biggest town on Croatian coast with 1700 years old history. When you arrive in Split, first you’ll get opportunity to relax, acclimatize yourself, enjoy in coffee and lunch on one of the most beautiful seasides, discover about UNESCO protected Diocletian’s Palace which is placed in the middle of today busy city core and then you’ll go aboard and than you’ll check yourself in and sail away from the Split harbor to the island Krknjaši for a swim and relaxation. Afterwords you will live towards Maslinica, right across Krknjaši, where you will enjoy in a dinner in some of excellent local restaurants and spend the night.
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Sunday: Vis & Biševo
After realizing what kind of joy you are starting experience, you’ll reach town Vis on Island of Vis. Placed on the north side of the island represents his peaceful nature, while south part of the island is completely different. Vis always was important strategical and political place, but just recently it becomes important tourist destination with a lot of attractions. After Vis you’ll continue towards Biševo, it is a small island less than 4 miles away from Vis. The biggest attraction on the island is the Blue Cave, which invariably leaves a strong impression on visitors. Whole day stay and dinner on Biševo so as enjoying the unspoiled beauty of nature will give you back the freshness, energy and surely fill you with unforgettable memories.
Third day you’ll start by sailing towards Korčula. Korčula is one of the most charming and romantic of the 1244 or so islands on the Adriatic coast. Korcula old town is set in a mini fortress and for many people, brings to mind ‘Dubrovnik’. The distinctive white limestone which was used to build both towns originates from Vrnik, a tiny island just off Korcula. Ancient medieval walls surround hidden treasures; you will find architectural delights, including Renaissance palaces, cathedrals, museums and plenty more gems tucked away in its network of old cobbled streets. According to local legend, the famous world explorer, Marco Polo was born here in 1254 and you can even climb the tower which was said to be his home. Have a lunch in the local restaurant, where “must have” is a local wine, GRK, which is one of the best in the land.
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Tuesday: Scedro & Hvar
Šćedro is an island in the Adriatic Sea with an area of 8.36 km2, approximately 1.5 miles off the south coast of the island of Hvar, Croatia, opposite the settlement of Zavala. The name comes from štedri, meaning charitable in old Slavonic, because the island offers two deep, well-protected bays for shipping. After swimming and relaxation in one of bays on Šćedro, you’ll continue towards Hvar, an island of sunshine and crickets, lavender, sage, rosemary and wine. Take a walk through the harbor town and be sure to sample some of the local wines and spirits, as well as fish and crustaceans, fished by Hvar fishermen. Hvar is also known by the great nightlife. Carpe Diem, a famous cocktail bar close to the docking place, has become a trademark of Hvar Town.
Wednesday: Pakleni Islands & Brac
First thing to do on the fifth day after coffee and breakfast is to pass through Pakleni Islands, the tiny archipelago (of about twenty islets) extend along the south side of Hvar. Place that is labeled as “must see”. Before you settle down your emotions regarding Pakleni Islands, you’ll be heading towards Bol on Island Brač, where you will have opportunity to spend day on one of the prettiest beaches in the world and taste some of the best specialties in the world. You’ll also spend a night on Brač, if you don’t arrange something else with a skipper, some quiet bay or close place.
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After enjoying in morning on Bol and refreshing breakfast you’ll departure towards your next destination. Your skipper will help you to find a nice hidden bay and anchor there so you can have it completely for yourself. After relaxing day, you’ll enter deep bay of Milna to enjoy evening in this beautiful city. The settlement is built mostly in a typical Mediterranean style. Stone built houses, neat little alleys, peace and quiet are the initial evidence of the cultural splendor of former times. It developed in the 16th century when an aristocratic family decided to build a fortress and church there. Milna also offers sand and gravel beaches stretching along the coast.
Nečujam is placed on the north side of the island Šolta in a narrow and long inlet which is completely protected from any kind of natural disturbance, with sea looking as calm as it is frozen. This is excellent recommendation for families with kids looking for rest. Nečujam is the youngest place on Island Šolta but almost everybody consider it to be the prettiest bay on the Island. The place itself was inspiration for works of literature as “Judita” from Marko Marulić, and also was visited by Emperor Diocletian. Today Nečujam is famous tourist and nautical destination. Eventually you’ll leave towards Split where you’ll spend your last night.
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Split will be your port of embarkation, but also a final port of disembarkation. Which is great because you’ll have to come back to Split and see more of it.
But of course, you’ll have enough time to cruise a little bit towards some beaches in the area, see more of Croatian Coast, or just to relax aboard your boat, before you decide that is it time to tie ropes in ACI Split.
“It isn’t that life ashore is distasteful to me. But Life at sea is better. ” –Sir Francis Drake
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