Trogir - 7 days to the south
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. 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 opened all year round. Marina Milna gives all nautics a possibility to enjoy the beauties of a unique coast.
ACI marina Milna is located in the southeastern part of the Milna bay, opposite from the town of Milna. The marina has 144 berths and 15 boat places on the ground.
Day 3. Stari Grad (island of Hvar)– Stari Grad is one of the oldest cities in the world and definitely the oldest town on the island of Hvar – an island of sun, lavender and wine, an island that boasts 130 years of organized tourism. Because of its great location – coast and fields of lavender and vineyards on the one side, and sea on the other – Stari Grad is one of the most visited summer resorts on the whole Adriatic coast. The thousand year old history of this town has left numerous monuments in the city center, which makes it a touristic and historical center of the whole island.
Day 4. Hvar (island of Hvar) - City of Hvar is located in the picturesque and sunny natural environment of the southern part of the island. Today, city of Hvar is an ideal choice for all nature- and sea-lovers from all around the world.
Day 5. 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 time as Issa. Today, Vis is a real nautical paradise. For all culture lovers during the peak of the season Vis offers numerous concerts, so called Vis musical evenings. Archaeological museum located in a 19th century fortress gives you the pleasure to enjoy the treasures of antique Issa. Numerous restaurants and taverns offer some of the best fish specialties in this part of Dalmatia. Enjoy!
Day 6. Komiza (island of Vis) and Modra spilja (Bisevo) – 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 over the world. We recommend seeing the castle from 15th century, St. Nichola´s monastery from 13th century, better known as Muster, the romanic church from 13th century and the rich wine cellar Podspilja.
Bisevo (Modra spilja) – When you are near Vis island, Bisevo with its Modra spilja (Blue cave) should be your next destination. It is located in a little vale named Balun. On the eastern part of the island of Bisevo. The cave has two openings - one smaller, artificial, big enough for a smaller boat to pass through, and the other, much wider, arch-looking, in the southern part of the cave. When the sun light passes through this underwater opening it breaks and then reflects itself on the cave bottom in a beautiful blue light. This phenomenon appears every day between 11 and 12 am. The well protected port of Bisevo (Porat) has two harbors.
Day 7. Drvenik Veli – It is an island with a small population, but a beautiful, almost untouched nature and rural architecture – the reason why it is so attractive to sailors and nautics. Port of Drvenik Veli is well protected and located in the eastern part of the bay. Bigger yachts can cruise in the middle of the outward part of the bay (depth is about 30-40 m). Smaller yachts can be anchored in the bay of Gabulica (about 0,2 M to the southwestern) where they are well protected from all winds.
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