Our Split Sailing Itinerary B - 7 day also begins from the largest town in Dalmatia, Split (or surrounding area), a typical Mediterranean city with ideal weather for excursions from May to October. This itinerary is longer, approximately 145 NM, which makes it perfect for people that want to sail and see more of Croatian islands.
Day 1. Start in Split (or surrounding area) and sail to Stomorska on island Šolta, Croatia. The place is a perfect blend of opposites: old stone houses, sailing boats and ‘kaići’ (small wooden fishing boats) docked only a few metres away. The relaxed atmosphere and slow pace of island life are an ideal tonic to the stresses of the everyday.
Day 2. Sail to Palmižana, island Hvar, Croatia. A paradise of cultural tourism, renowned for the absence of traffic and with extensive footpaths and trails, kids can run around safely, parents can relax with no worries, and lovers can discover hidden bays and crystal-clear sea. Even though in July and August the scene gets bustling and eventful, one can still find moments of tranquility just minutes away, in numerous bays and coves.
Day 3. Sail to Vela Luka on island Korcula, Croatia. Surrounded by hills covered with olive groves, Vela Luka is a port town set in a lovely natural harbour. Be sure to stop for a swim at the idyllic offshore islands of Proizd and Osjak. In the end, Vela Luka is a large bay facing west, so imagine the sunsets!
Day 4. Sail to Zaklopatica on island Lastovo, Croatia. National park with its 46 small islands, 46 churches and chapels, 46 vineyards and surrounding sandbanks, is a genuine heaven for lovers of nature, sailing, good food and wine, fishers who angle for tuna and other trophy fish.
Day 5. Sail to Korcula Old Town, Croatia. The main attraction of island Korcula – a medieval walled city positioned on a oval-shaped swelling of land pointing deep into Peljesac Channel. The Old Town itself is grooved with a succession of narrow streets that branch off the spine of the main street like the fish bone.
Day 6. Sail to Town of Makarska, Croatia. Makarska is a picturesque town and port at the foot of the towering Biokovo mountain. The old town core is classically Mediterranean and the newer part with hotels and resorts radiates outward. It's surrounded by delightful pebble beaches and within easy reach of Brela beach. About a half-hour drive from Makarska, you can go rafting or kayaking along the Cetina River.
Day 7. On your last day sail along Brac island. We recommend you to berth in the Povlja Bay or Lovrecina beach on the north side of Brac island. There you can go for a swim and lunch, and then sail out towards Split where you will spend the night.
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