Our Split Sailing Itinerary A - 7 day begins from the largest town in Dalmatia, Split (or surrounding area), a typical Mediterranean city with ideal weather for excursions from May to October. In Split, you will be impressed by the remarkable historic old town that drives you back to the Roman times. This itinerary is approximately 110 NM, which makes it perfect for families with kids and sailors that like to relax and spend more time at one of many beautiful swimming points
Day 1. Start in Split (or surrounding area) and sail to Milna on island Brac, Croatia. Milna is one of those typical Mediterranean fishing villages they don't make anymore. In the past Milna cove was used as a safe shipping harbor for a famous Brac stone when Diocletian’s Palace was being built in Split.
Day 2. Sail to the historical jewel of the island of Hvar, the city of Stari Grad, built in 384 B.C. is located on the north-west section of the island in a deep and protected cove, a safe and unavoidable harbour to all sailors who sail the Mediterranean. This ancient city with its rich history and cultural landmarks will leave breathless every visitor.
Day 3. Sail to Hvar Town, island Hvar, Croatia. A town as from a fairy- tale because its architecture, wonderful nature and its mild climate. Everybody can find in Hvar all what gives peace to the soul and relaxation to the body. Visit Hvar’s fort Fortica and experience an unforgettable panoramic view of the city of Hvar, its surroundings and the Pakleni islands.
Day 4. Sail to Vis Town, island Vis, Croatia. The island's original settlement, the ancient town of Vis stands at the foot of a wide, horseshoe-shaped bay. Peaceful town of coastal promenades, crumbling 17th-century town houses and narrow alleyways twisting gently uphill from the seafront. When in Vis visit some of the local restaurants and try local dish 'Peka'.
Day 5. Sail to Komiza town, Vis island, Croatia. Komiza has a long fishing tradition which is reflected in the appearance of this small town and in the warmth of the local people. It is well protected from all the northerly winds and is subsequently the warmest place in Croatia in winter. When in Komiza be sure to visit Blue Cave, a stunning natural treasure on island Bisevo.
Day 6. Sail to Maslinica, Solta island, Croatia. The south side of the bay boasts a beautiful pine wood with secluded rocky beaches. In front of it lies an archipelago of seven islets, making Maslinica one of the most wonderful spots in the Adriatic. The beauty of the surrounding nature is in harmony with the old castle and picturesque stone houses.
Day 7. On your last day, sail around Mali and Veli Drvenik. We recommend you to berth in the Krknjasi Bay between the east coast of Veli Drvenik and the islet of Krknjas. There you can go for a swim, and then sail out towards Split, where you will spend the night. In Split, you will be impressed by the remarkable historic old town that drives you back to the Roman times.
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