Rogoznica - 7 days to the north
Day 1. Rogoznica – Rogoznica is a small fisherman's 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 tourist destinations on the Adriatic coast. Rogoznica offers 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 misteries of the sea, well protected harbour will give you the opportunity to rest. We recommend visiting the cave of Milina and enjoying the beauties of a lake, a natural phenomenon, as a part of this unique unity.
Day 2. Primosten – Sailors named this town «suha punta» (dry port) because of its long-lasting dry periods, and its inhabitants called it Primosten. Located on an island, surrounded by seven islets, Primosten is a true gift from nature. Once a fishermen's place, today Primosten has grown into a true touristic paradise. It is hard to resist the charm that Primosten has to offer. Enjoy the true spirit of Dalmatia.
Day 3. Skradin – Welcome to Skradin, a pearl of nature, cultural and monumental inheritance. This unique beauty is part of the 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, of 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, an 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 harbour. 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 4. Tribunj – This typical Dalmatian town has only 1400 inhabitants. People of Tribunj are mostly fishermen and are well known for their famous olive-oil. For centuries this place has preserved its architectural inheritance that gives Tribunj a typical Dalmatian ambiance - stone houses and narrow, charming streets. Near Tribunj are located the most beautiful beaches on the coast. The new, modern marina Tribunj provides 270 berths and a safety place for your boat.
Day 5. Ravni Zakan - This small island of the Kornati archipelago is your ideal destination for taking pleasure in swimming, sunbathing and intact nature. We recommend that you take a walk on an island path in order to enjoy the beautiful view towards Kornati.
Day 6. Telascica - Telascica is one of the biggest, safest and certainly the prettiest Croatian natural harbours, a favorite nautical destination. It is a natural exstention of the National Park Kornati but also greener and with more woods. The bay is located in the southern part of Dugi otok, 8200 m long with 25 bays, 5 islets, extremely indented coast 68 km long with remarkable entance, surrounded by 14 islets. The bay isn't visible from one side because it is snug by tall and steep cliffs from Dugi otok. Telascica also has a natural phenomenon – the salt lake Mir, usually warmer than the sea. The Telascica bay is well protected from all sides, and has always been a safe anchor.
Day 7. Piskera (Kornati) – Kornati, one of the most beautiful archipelagos in the world are a true nautical adventure. Because of its remarkable landscape, interesting geomorphology and rich flora, in 1980 Kornati were declared a National Park. As a part of Kornati, Piskera is one of the most interesting and most beautiful islands of this archipelago because of its pure and magnificent nature.
ACI marina Piskera is located between the islands Piskera and Panitula vela and offers great wind protection. The marina has 120 berths. Water and stream provision is limited.