Route 2 – Split/Trogir2020-02-18T10:18:47+00:00

Sailing Route From Split – Central Dalmatian Islands Plus

See more and sail further with this extended route. The voyage adds in a visit to the wonderful Korčula.

One week sailing route to Hvar, Vis & Korčula

This sailing route from Split and nearby marinas is a seafarer’s dream, with a couple of good stretches to relish the sailing experience and enjoy the sea breeze between stops. It has opportunities to explore the towns of Hvar, Korčula and Vis, which are steeped in history and exhibit amazing architecture as well as being buzzing with life. This is perfectly balanced by the peaceful solitude found on Šćedro.

There are plenty of walks along the way, to stretch your legs, up to strategically significant forts and across tiny islands to take in amazing views. Furthermore, with several off-grid nights, you can really make the most of the turquoise waters of the Adriatic. Soak up the sunshine, colorful coastlines, secluded coves and buzzing Mediterranean flair.

Suggested itinerary:

  • Saturday: Šolta (secluded bay)

  • Swim stop – Pakleni islands

  • SundayHvar town (Hvar island)

  • Monday: Šćedro (natural bay)

  • TuesdayKorčula town (Korčula island)

  • Swim stop – Secluded bay off Korčula

  • WednesdayVis town (Vis island)

  • Swim stop – Green cave

  • Thursday: Komiža town (Vis island)

  • Swim stop – Blue Lagoon

  • Friday: Moor in base marina

Base marina:

Activities on route:

  • Sky Diving – €250

  • Wine tasting – €25

  • Jet Ski – €425

  • Parasailing – €25

  • SCUBA diving – €55

  • Blue/Green Cave – €10

  • Vis Island military tour – €40

  • Scooter – €20

DAY 1:

Split to Šolta

Approx 2hrs sailing*

Meet your skipper at your chosen base marina after 2pm to check-in and drop your bags at the yacht. Sail to a secluded bay on Šolta island for the night, enjoying a delicious dinner at one of the restaurants!

DAY 2:

Šolta to Hvar

Approx 2hrs sailing*

Sail to Hvar, the capital of Hvar island. You can either moor up in Hvar harbour, or head to the nearby Marina Palmižana which is just a short water taxi ride from the main town.

Explore the beauty of the old town, climb up to the fortress for a stunning sunset view of the city and the surrounding islands. Finish the day in one of the restaurants or join the night-life in one of the infamous party spots.

DAY 3:

Hvar to Šćedro

Approx 1hr sailing*

After breakfast, sail to Šćedro island where you can explore idyllic peaceful coves. This isle is a protected nature reserve and has footpaths that cross the 8km long island if you wish to stretch your legs. There is an old abandoned village of Nastane and ruins of a monastery to discover. The bay is home to a colony of the rare and protected Pinna Noblis (giant mussel). These are easy to see on the seabed from the back of your yacht as the water is so clear.

Dine at a local family restaurant and appreciate the breathtaking beauty of the pure night sky away from the lights of civilization.

DAY 4:

Šćedro to Korčula

Approx 3hrs sailing*

Set sail for Korčula and explore one of the most architecturally interesting towns in Croatia, the home of Marco Polo. Walk through the fortress enclosed in stone walls with romantic cobbled streets and other hidden treasures.

In the evening go out to dinner at one of the restaurants and finish up with cocktails at a rooftop bar while you watch the sun go down.

DAY 5:

Korčula to Vis

Approx 6hrs sailing*

Leave Korčula town early in the morning on the way to Vis island. Break up this full day of sailing with a stop in one of the secluded bays at the western end of Korčula Island to swim and unwind on the boat.

After heading to Vis rent a VW beetle or scooter and explore the beauty of Vis island, or take a guided military tour. In the evening dine on fresh local fish at a restaurant in front of your yacht.

DAY 6:

Vis to Komiža

Approx 1hr sailing*

Sail around the island towards Komiža and stop at the Green Cave. Jump off the cliffs and swim into the cave, or drop the anchor and plunge into the crystal clear water.

When you get to Komiža, explore a different side to Croatia; visit the untouched village and enjoy the unique local food, where lobster is the specialty. This wonderful little town that is nestled in the middle of the Adriatic sea is situated at the base of Mount Hum (587m). It is a great view from the top, where you can find a small church and watch the sun go down. Take a taxi up if you don’t fancy the walk, there is a short path leading from the nearby road to the top (a stop here is also part of the military tour if you choose to do that).

DAY 7:

Komiža to Split

Approx 4hrs sailing*

On the way back to the marina, stop at a breath-taking clear water lagoon. Take a swim, finish your lunch and make the most of your last sailing day. Depending on your starting point, finish off your week with a night in the beautiful old town of Split or Trogir. Have an unforgettable evening in the Diocletian’s Palace or lose yourself on the tiny island of Trogir!

*  sailing times are approximate to the nearest hour and are just to give you a guide to the total amount of sailing each day during this sailing route from Split. Obviously there will also be opportunities for swim stops along the way. Each vessel is capable of traveling at different speeds depending on factors such as the wind and how fully loaded they are. Therefore we have estimated timings assuming a yacht traveling at around 5 knots.

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