Rogoznica - 7 days to the south
Day 1. Rogoznica – Rogoznica, 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 touristic destinations on the Adriatic coast. Rogoznica offers to its visitors peace and 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, a well protected harbour will give you an opportunity to take a rest. We recommend visiting the Milina cave and enjoying the beauties of a lake, a natural phenomenon which is a part of this unique unity.
Day 2. Drvenik – Drvenik is a typical touristic settlement on the Makarska Riviera, located only 30 km away from Makarska. Nested between abrupt cliffs of mountain Rilic and the sea coast, Drvenik is divided into two parts, which are placed in two bays – Donja Vala and Gornja Vala. Today, Drvenik is completely a touristic place and an important traffic center with its ferryboat dock, which connectis the island of Hvar and the Adriatic coast.
With its plentiful gastronomy which abounds in Dalmatian taverns and irresitible beaches in pine shadows, Drvenik is becoming more and more attracitve to tourists from all over the world.
Day 3. Split - Welcome to Split - a 1700-year-old city located in the heart of Central Dalmatia! The Roman Caesar Diocletian ruled the world from this city, leaving an inheritance of architecture that takes one's breath away. Aside from that, Split will impress you with the southern temperament of its citizens and its excellent tourist offerings. Of interest to sports enthusiasts, along with the many sporting venues is the fact that Split has given the American NBA three basketball players! Come and convince yourself that Split´s charm is irresistible! ACI marina Split is located in the southwestern part of the city port, has 364 berth and 60 boat places on the ground, and it is open all year round.
Day 4. Milna (island of Brac) – This typical little Adriatic town is located in the bottom of a bay on the western part of the island. This is one of the best protected marinas on the Adriatic coast. It is well adorned and open all year round. Marina Milna gives all nautics the possibility to enjoy the beauties of a unique coast.
ACI marina Milna is located in the southeastern part of the Milna bay, opposite the town of Milna. The marina has 144 berths and 15 boat places on the ground.
Day 5. Komiza (island of Vis) – Located in the deep bay on the western coast of the island of Vis, in the foot of the Hum hill, Komiza attracts tourists from all around the world. We recommend seeing the castle from the 15th cetntury, St. Nichola´s monastery from the 13th century better known as Muster, the Romanic church from the 13th century and the rich wine cellar Podspilja.
Day 6. Palmizana (island of Hvar) – Palmizana is a small island near Hvar in the southern part of the Adriatic sea. This area hides a great wealth of antique ship-wrecks and amphores, and the sea is rich with fish, corals and intact, extremly clean underworld.
ACI marina Palmizana is located in the bay by the same name in the northeastern coast of St. Clements island. The marina has 160 berths and is open from April to October.
Day 7. Stari Grad (island of Hvar)– Stari Grad is one of the oldest cities in the world and definately the oldest town on the island of Hvar – an island of sun, lavander and wine, an island with 130 years of organised tourism. Because of its great location – coast and fields of lavander and wineyards on the one side, and sea on the other – Stari Grad is one of the most visited summer resorts on the whole Adriatic coast. A thousand year old history of this town has left numerous monuments in the city center, which makes makes it a touristic and historical center of the whole island.