Day 1. Trogir – Trogir is an ideal place to start your cruise in because this charming Dalmatian town surrounded with medieval walls wlil give you the best first experience of Dalmatian culture, customs and food. ACI marina Trogir is located in the northern part of the island of Ciovo. The marina has 162 berths and 35 boat places on the ground and is open all year round.
Day 2. Drvenik – Drvenik is a typical tourist settlement on the Makarska Riviera, located only 30 km away rom Makarska. Located 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 predominantly a touristic town and an important traffic center with its ferryboat dock and a connection between the island of Hvar and the Adriatic coast. With its plentiful gastronomy, an offer of many Dalmatian taverns and irresistible beaches in pine shadows, Drvenik is becoming increasingly attractive to tourists from all over the world.
Day 3. Vis (island of Vis) – this charming town on the island by the same name, where one culture followed the other, was known in ancient Greek and Roman times as Issa. Today, Vis is a real nautical paradise. For all culture lovers during the full season Vis offers you numerous concerts within Vis musical evenings. The archaeological museum located in a 19th century fortress offers a chance to enjoy the treasures of the antique Issa. Numerous restaurants and taverns offer some of the best fish specialties in this part of Dalmatia. Enjoy!
Day 4. Komiza (island of Vis) – Located in the deep bay on the western coast of the island od Vis, in the foot of the Hum hill, Komiza attracts tourists from all around the world. We recommend seeing the castle from 15th cetntury, St. Nichola´s monastery from 13th century, better known as Muster, the Romanic church from 13th century and the rich wine cellar Podspilja.
Day 5. 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 tourist destinations on the Adriatic coast. Rogoznica offers its visitors peace and great vacation because it gives an impression of a quiet and peaceful Mediterranean place. If you are a sea and boat lover who loves exploring the eternal mysteries of the sea, a well protected harbor will give you the opportunity to rest. We recommend that you visit the Milna cave and enjoy the beauties of a lake, a natural phenomenon, a part of this unique unity.
Day 6. Zlarin – The Island of Zlarin is a part of the Sibenik archipelago and is closest to Sibenik. Not many Croatians know a lot about this beautiful island. This true paradise, known for its corals (although, famous Zlarin corals are found around the Kornati area) is yet to be discovered – by you!
Day 7. Murter – Murter is one of three bigger settlements on the island by the same name, with a bridge near Tisno that connect s the Adriatic coast with this island. Murter was first mentioned in 15th century. Because of its good location, a marina was built in the Hramina bay 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 also has an excellent gastronomical offer and miscellaneous sports activities and therefore is an adequate destination for a family vacation and sails-men who choose Murter to be their departure port on a cruise through Kornati.
Day 8. Veli Iz – Veli Iz is an island located in the Middle canal between the island of Ugljan and Dugi otok, surrounded by ten islets. In two settlements on Veli Iz (Mali Iz and Veli Iz) you can expect pleasant owners of private accommodations. One of the major crafts, still popular in Veli Iz, is pottery. This charming place has a nice hotel and a marina ,Tankerkomerc, that provides 150 berths and 50 boat places on the ground and is open all year round.
Day 9. Molat – Molat is an island overgrown with macchia and pine woods, an ideal destination for all individualists and people who enjoy long walks accompanied by intoxicating aromas of the Mediterranean herbs. Many bays are a great choice for sails-men and those who lake peace and quiet. In 1936. Molat was vited by king Eduard VIII and Wallis Simpson. So why wouldn't you?
Day 10. Telascica - Telascica is one of the biggest, safest and certainly the prettiest Croatian natural harbors, a favorite nautical destination. It is a natural extension 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 ra remarkable entrance, surrounded by 14 islets. From one side the bay is not visible 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 11. Piskera (Kornati) – Kornati, one of the most beautiful archipelagos in the world, is a true nautical adventure. Because of its remarkable landscape, interesting geomorphology and rich flora, in 1980 Kornati was 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.
Day 12. Kaprije (Borovnjaci) – Island of Kaprije is located in the central part of the Sibenik archipelago. Kaprije got its name from the Mediterranean vegetable “kapara”, which is used as a spice. Kaprije has only one habitation with only 100 inhabitants. One post-office, ambulance and only a few markets make this island a great choice for those who want peaceful and quiet vacation.
Day 13. 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, Primosten has meanwhile grown into a true touristic paradise. It is hard to resist Primosten's charm. Enjoy the true spirit of Dalmatia.