Adventure Sailing - Itinerary

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Day 1. - Rogač, island of Šolta

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Day 2. Rogač - Komiža

Komiža is a small fishing town situated on the western coast of Vis. This port has never been affected by mass tourism, so it has preserved the atmosphere of the old Mediterranean and has turned into one of the most beautiful towns in the Croatian Adriatic. Just across Komiža is the tiny Biševo island, which hides one of the most unique secrets in the Adriatic – the Blue Cave,

Day 3. Komiža - Vis

The town of Vis has a history that dates back to antiquity and is considered one of the oldest settlements on the Croatian soil. Throughout the ages, it had a great strategic importance, which is why today the whole town is a stunning museum of churches, old villas and fortresses. 

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Day 4. Vis - Hvar

The town of Hvar is one of the most popular and most luxurious destinations on the Croatian coast. Just across the town is a beautiful collection of small islands called Paklinski otoci. These calm islands hide ACI Marina Palmižana, probably the most beautiful marina in the Adriatic. The marina is situated in a peaceful and green zone full of walking trails. Close to the marina, in an area COVERED WITH a pine forest, is a stunningly beautiful botanical garden, which constantly amazes the visitors with its rare and lush flora. Just next to the marina is a beach, which is why visitors always reluctantly leave this Adriatic oasis that simply has it all.

Day 5. Hvar - Jelsa

Jelsa is a small jewel of Hvar island. It is situated on the northeastern coast of the island and lies below the island’s two highest peaks - Sv. Nikola and Humac. This calm town allows its visitors to enjoy a relaxed holiday sunbathing, swimming and discovering its green surroundings.

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Day 6. Jelsa - Milna

Milna is the best natural harbour on Brač. Throughout history, the town’s economy was based on shipbuilding and seafaring. Today, it is one of the most beautiful towns on Brač and is a true representation of the Mediterranean as it once was

Day 7. Milna - Rogač

The island of Šolta is situated close to the largest town on the Croatian coast, Split. The island is very calm and picturesque, and is ideal for calmer holidays. There are numerous villages worth visiting on the island, the most beautiful of which is surely Maslinica, on the northwestern side of the island.

Day 8. Rogač

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