Croatia's stunning coastline stretches for over 1,100 miles along the sparkling Adriatic Sea. It is renowned for its crystal-clear turquoise waters, picturesque islands, and charming coastal towns. The coast offers a mix of beaches, hidden coves and dramatic cliffs, making it a paradise for sun-seekers, sailors, and nature enthusiasts.
Discover hidden spots only accessible by boat, whilst soaking up the sun and watching the coast slide by.
Day 1: Split
Board your vessel in Split and sail toward Šolta Island, noted for its superb olive oil and honey. Known as 'the island of olive', Šolta has to be one of the most beautiful Croatian islands, famed for its numerous beautiful bays, unspoiled natural environment, rocky coastline and charming rustic villages. Whilst there are less olive trees than centuries ago, the island is still considered by many to produce Croatia's finest olive oil. Overnight in the port village of Rogač or in one of the nearby hidden bays.
Day 2: Brac
After a leisurely morning, sail to Brač, one of the more mountainous islands along the Dalmatian coast, with the highest peak of the Adriatic islands. Overnight either dropping anchor in the lovely bays around Milna and Bobovisce, or in the town's ACI Marina.
Day 3: Vis Island
Leave Brač Island in the morning and sail toward Biševo and Vis Island. These islands are famous for their inlets and caves, the most famous being Modra Špilja, accessible only by boat. On a sunny day, sunlight beams through an underwater passage, illuminating the cave with a glowing azure colour. Explore hidden coves and beaches before arriving in Vis Town in the afternoon where you'll spend the night.
Day 4: Hvar
Enjoy the morning relaxing, swimming and snorkelling in crystal clear Adriatic. Visit Pakleni Archipelago, located off the southwest coast of the island of Hvar.