Zadar to Dubrovnik sailing route will take you through some of the most beautiful places in central Dalmatia. All you need to do is rent a boat in Croatia via Cro Yachting – Yacht charter Croatia, and be ready to experience the holiday of a lifetime in Croatia. The best place to explore Croatia is via boat, so don’t forget to see our special offers, or see all mega yachts, motor yachts, gulets, sailing boats or Rib boats available for a charter in Croatia. We will take you to enjoy a perfect natural wellness: sailing across the bluest sea in the world; enjoying in recognizing a divine touch in mosaic of a thousands islands; please you with pine forest aroma and cricket song; introduce you the most charming stone towns that are telling their stories of thousands years of history; serve you the most delicious food and wine; provide you a crystal clean sea in wonderful privacy of hidden bays; recommending you the most popular and fancy clubs for all night parties… And many more…
Day 1: Zadar – Telascica nature park
Leaving Zadar, we will enjoy in a deep green colour of pine forest around lake-like calm seasurface in a long bay of Telascica. This is a perfect place to test your diving equipment, because of richness of sea life there.
Day 2: Kornati national park
Heading to Adriatic’s most interesting part – national park Kornati. Passing a labyrinth of numerous little islands and rocks, we will search for a perfect bay to spend a day there, but wherever we anchorage, we will find sea that clean that you can see sea bed even if it is on depth of 40 meters! You will find out why Kornati islands are favourite destination for nautical pilgrims that are looking for “something completely different”. Moreover, there are enough islandsand bays for everyone there. Find some sank old ship, and even a lost treasury. You never know about those things in Adriatic Sea. In the evening, we will make a campfire, put some fresh fish on grill, open wine bottle, and enjoy in silence of starry night and a time passing by.
Day 3: Skradin
Another national park on our Adriatic route is River Krka falls and cute little town of Skradin on the rivers drain. The town is protected by law as a monument. We will reach it sailing slowly through a high, impressivecanyon, dag in hard stone by force of Krka river. There is a curiosity about Krka. The very first hydro-electrical plant in the world was made there, and you’ll be able to visit it. As Krka is extremely clean river, we recommend you to taste some river fish local speciality in restaurant ashore.
Day 4: Rogoznica
After a freshness of inlet river experience, we are back to pure Adriatic. Morning arrival to bay of Rogoznica, with a breakfast aboard, picking up some good place for enjoying inMediterranean way of life, that includes making barbecue, drinking excellent wine and relaxing for a whole day. Rogoznica is an area in the middle of Adriatic coast, connecting its south and north, and representing thevery best of both sides. Especially when you enjoy it on such a luxury and cosy boat.
Day 5: Island of Hvar
You will have a time for yourselfthere, for swimming, scuba diving, jet ski, or simple snooze in the shade of fragrant pines. Around 5 pm, we will moor on Hvar Island in some quiet bay. Our crew will take you to sight seeing in beautiful Hvar town with a long and rich history. Supper in restaurant or aboard.
Day 6: Island of Korcula
It may be true that places and islands differ, but Korcula undoubtedly holds a privileged position among Croatian islands. Here there are perhaps evenmore legends, tales and monuments than anywhere else. The oldest written monument in Croatia, in Greek, was found there. According to legend, Korcula was establishedby the Trojan hero Anthenor in the 2th century BC. In the afternoon, cooled by a characteristic breeze of mistral, we will moor in marina in centre of Korcula town, a hometown of Marko Polo, wonder through narrow stone streets of the ancient city and look for thebest restaurant in town with the best view to an unforgettable sunset.
Day 7: Mljet national park
Sailing toward astonishing and uniquenational park of Mljet. Anchorage in picturesque Polace bay, enjoying fresh fish and crabs for lunch and swimming in crystal clean sea of national park area. In the afternoon, visit two Mljet’s salt lakes. On the Big Lake, there is a small island St. Mary, with fortified monastery from the Romanesque period on it, like a castle from fairytales. On an island within an island! Having dinner somewhere in the ancient mystic of Mljet’s “midland” is an exceptional experience. The island of Mljet is the most densely wooded of the Adriatic. Due to its old thick forests of Aleppo pine, Karts caves, two picturesque salt-water lakes (connected with each other and the sea) many sandy and gravelbeaches, plentiful fishing grounds, the western part of the island has been proclaimed a national park.
Day 8: Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik is the city of a unique political and cultural history (the Dubrovnik Republic, the Statute from1272), of world-famous cultural heritage and beauty (inscribed on the List of World Heritage Sites by UNESCO) – is one of the most attractive and famous cities of the Mediterranean. Apart from its outstanding natural beauties and well-preserved cultural and historical heritage, Dubrovnik also offers high-quality visitor opportunities. It is also the city of hotels, of high ecological standards and tourist programs, and is equallyattractive in all seasons.
You will be kindly asked to say goodbye to your yacht, by 9 o’clock am, so she can be prepared to welcome new group of guests, which will go with us through this Adriatic adventure of paradise exploring. However, do not be sad about saying goodbye, since we know that once you feel Mediterranean air, you will be back on it again.
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