Biograd - 7 days to the south
Day 1. Biograd
- Welcome to Biograd na moru, a very beautiful town of the Zadar
Riviera within reach of the enchanting Kornati islands often called "the
paradise for boaters" due to its diverse coves and beaches. The legends
says that Kornati islands were
created by ancient gods inspired by the beauty of the sea which washes
them. Biograd is the work of the same master hands. It is no surprise
that Croatian kings were crowned in this town of a rich historical
It is situated on a peninsula with the view to the island of Pasman separated from it by a long channel ideal for windsurfing. Together with numerous sports and recreation facilities, there are here more than 20 tennis courts which make Biograd an ideal destination for those wishing active holidays. Thanks to its great location in the central part of Adriatic coast, and numerous of berths (more than 1000) in modern marinas («Kornati» and «Sangulin») and many organized regattas, Biograd has become nautical center and a favorite destination for many sailors.
Day 2. Murter – Murter is one of three bigger settlements on the island of the same name, with a bridge near Tisno connecting the Adriatic coast with this island. Murter was first mentioned in 15th century. Because of its good location, in the bay Hramina was built marina with 400 berths and 250 places for boats on the ground. Nicely arranged beaches and hotels are a part of a near-by bay Slanica - an ideal place for those who enjoy peace and quiet vacation. Murter has also an excellent gastronomy offer and miscellaneous sports activities, therefore it is a destination adequate for a family vacation and sails-men who choose Murter to be their departure port in cruise through Kornati.
Day 3. Rogoznica – a small fisherman town, located in a deep bay, hidden from blows of an open sea. Because of its great location (34 km south from Sibenik and 34 km north from Split airport), numerous historical monuments, natural beauties, Rogoznica was always and still is one of the most wanted and most attractive touristic destinations on the Adriatic coast. Rogoznica offers to its visitors peace and a great vacation, partly because of an impression of a quiet and peaceful Mediterranean place. If you are one of the sea and boat lovers, exploring the eternal mysteries of the sea, well protected harbor will give you opportunity to rest. We recommend you to visit cave Milina and enjoy in the beauties of a lake, a natural phenomenon, as a part of this unique unity.
Day 4. Trogir – Trogir is an ideal place to continue your cruise. This Dalmatian, with medieval walls surrounded charming town will give you your best experience with the Dalmatian culture, customs and food.
ACI marina Trogir is located in the northern coast of island Ciovo. Marina has 162 berths and 35 boat places on the ground and it is open all year round.
Day 5. Zlarin – Island of Zlarin as a part of Sibenik archipelago, is the closest to Sibenik. Not many croatian citizens now much about this beautiful island. This true paradise, known for its corals (although, famous Zlarin corals are found around Kornati area) is yet to be discovered – by you!
Day 6. Skradin – Welcome to Skradin, pearl of nature, cultural and monumental inheritance. This, in the world unique beauty is part of National Park Krka. Sisterly connected with Krka, surrounded by pine, juniper, cypress and olive-woods, Skradin has always been an oasis of peace and beauty, part of a great and turbulent history. Located on the right coast of river Krka, with its charm of a monument-city, Skradin is an attracitve touristic destination, unavoidable maritime and continental destination. Skradin is an entrance in the National Park «Krka», and ACI marina Skradin is located in the bay, north-west from the Skradin harbor. Because of the fresh-water in the Marina, sailors gladly leave their boats here during the winter time. Marina provides 153 berths with water amd power supply.
Day 7. Zut (Kornati) – This, second largest island of Kornati archipelago, is only 15 km away from Murter and Zadar. The people of Murter are its owners since 1885. Zut is a true paradise for all sailors and sea-lovers.