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Our Recommended Sailing Routes in Croatia

We sail in Croatia at least 20 weeks a year, exploring all the hidden coves and islands, to develop the best sailing routes for our customers.

The Dalmatian Coast can be divided into three main areas, each reachable from an array of base marinas. The recommended routes are based on a week-long trip and provide a detailed itinerary of what you can expect each day. Every route can be personalized to your interests, or you can even create your own! Take a look at our destination guides for more in-depth information about some of the must-see places.

Split Area

Dubrovnik Area

Kornati Islands

Route: Split/Trogir – Šolta – Hvar – Vis

Stops:

  • Šolta

  • Jelsa (Island of Hvar)

  • Hvar town (Island of Hvar)

  • Vis town (Island of Vis)

  • Komiža town (Island of Vis)

  • Natural bay (Devil’s Islands)

  • Return

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Route: Split/Trogir – Hvar – Korčula – Vis

Stops:

  • Šolta (secluded bay)

  • Hvar town (Island of Hvar)

  • Natural Bay (Island of Ščedro)

  • Korčula town (Island of Korčula)

  • Vis town (Island of Vis)

  • Komiža town (Island of Vis)

  • Return

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Route: Split – Hvar – Korčula – Mljet – Dubrovnik

Stops:

  • Šolta (secluded bay)

  • Hvar town (Island of Hvar)

  • Natural Bay (Island of Ščedro)

  • Korčula town (Island of Korčula)

  • Polače Bay (Island of Mljet)

  • Lopud Island (Elaphite Islands)

  • Dubrovnik

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Route: Dubrovnik – Mljet – Korčula – Lastovo & back

Stops:

  • Šipanska luka (Island of Šipan)

  • Ston (SE Pelješac peninsula)

  • Polače bay (Island of Mljet)

  • Korčula town (Island of Korčula)

  • Zaklopatica bay (Island of Lastovo)

  • Šaplunara bay (Island of Mljet)

  • Dubrovnik

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Route: Šibenik – Hvar – Vis & back

Stops:

  • Kaprije (Island of Kaprije)

  • Blue Lagoon or marina Maslinica (Island of Šolta)

  • Stari Grad (Island of Hvar)

  • Vinogradišče bay (Pakleni islands)

  • Vis town (Island of Vis)

  • Primošten

  • Šibenik

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Route: Šibenik – Kornati islands & back

Stops:

  • Kaprije town (Island of Kaprije)

  • Ravni Žakan island

  • Levrnaka island

  • Žut island

  • Murter town (Island of Murter)

  • Tijašnica bay (Island of Tijat)

  • Šibenik

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Route: Sukošan – Skradin – Kornati islands & back

Stops:

  • Murter town (Murter island)

  • Tijašnica bay (Tijat island)

  • Skradin

  • Kaprije island (Kaprije town)

  • Ravni Žakan (Kornati islands)

  • Žut island

  • Sukošan

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Our Top Destinations

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Split

No visit to the region would be complete without coming to Split to walk along it's glorious seafront promenade with bars, restaurants, street performers and a magnificent view, especially at night. Enjoy the typically [...]

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Trogir

This tiny, old Croatian town is squeezed onto a little island that is 500m long and 250m wide; located between the mainland and Čiovo island. Trogir is full of history and the whole island is [...]

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Dubrovnik

This pearl of the Adriatic coast is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and should be on your 'bucket list'. One of the last remaining walled towns, its many sights are one of the top [...]

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Šibenik

This beautiful ancient city is situated on the mouth of the river Krka, sheltered from the sea by the passage of Saint Anthony. It was founded by the Croats and was the seat of King [...]

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Zadar

The city of Zadar is the oldest in Croatia, settled 3000 years ago. It is known for the Venetian and Roman ruins and buildings that fill the historic old town peninsula. This dynamic and [...]

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Hvar

Hvar town is one of the most fun-loving destinations in all Croatia, some even call it a 'second Ibiza'. The intricately carved Venetian architecture and wide stone seaside promenade make Hvar town one of [...]

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Vis

Known as the emerald isle, Vis is a green and lush enclave which is the furthest inhabited island from mainland Croatia. It's strategically important position has been recognized throughout history as the key to [...]

2018-12-20T14:17:07+00:00

Korčula

Marco Polo’s hometown of Korčula, justly known as 'little-Dubrovnik', will take your breath away with it's amazing medieval architecture. Walk through the fortress enclosed in stone walls with romantic cobbled streets and other hidden [...]

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Krka National Park

Krka is one of the must see places on the Dalmatian coast. This awe-inspiring National Park is packed full of amazing waterfalls and natural wonders. There are seven distinct travertine waterfalls within the park [...]

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Mljet

Legend says Odysseus was shipwrecked on this island and he remained there, a captive of the nymph called Calypso, for 7 years. Experience the natural beauty of Mljet National Park where you can cycle, [...]

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