166 NM, on average 2-5 hours of sailing/motoring per day 


Visit all the "main" islands between Split and Dubrovnik in seven days time. The ambitious route sometimes is required to sail up to 5 hours to reach the next destination. It is for those who enjoy sailing and for those who would like to visit as many different islands as possible in a week's time.

Masinica on the island of Šolta  DAY 1 - SATURDAY

Our base is placed in the ACI MARINA SPLIT which is placed in the most beautiful part of the Split's port overlooking Riva, the most popular Lungomare promenade in Split. Walking from the centre of Split it will take you like 20 minutes to reach our office in the marina which is next to the pier D, last in line, while the boats are on the pier C and A.  After finishing the formalities in the office, provided that your boat is ready and that you bought planned provisions you can get on board and head towards your first destination, MASLINICA, a charming small village on the western side of the island of Šolta famous for its breathtaking sunset and archipelago of seven small islands. Witnessing the sun drowning in the sea behind the archipelago of seven small islands in front of the Maslinica would surely be the highlight of the visit to this place. For dining out there is plenty of choice as in Maslinica as on the island of Šolta. You can choose from fancy restaurants to taverns, konobas or household farmings.  You can spend a night safely moored in a beautiful marina MARTINIS - MARCHI placed in the village or anchor in the neighbouring bay Šešula where two restaurants offer their moorings (limited number) for free in case you eat with them. From Šešula bay it is 10 minutes on feet till Maslinica. 
SIGHTS/THINGS TO DO/ATTRACTIONS: St. Nicholas church – nice view,  Olive oil tastings

The town of Vis on the island of VisDAY 2 - SUNDAY

The town of VIS  is located in the north-eastern part of the island of Vis at the foot of a well-protected bay. Vis is a stretched settlement grown out of the two settlements, Kut and Luka which became one entity in the 16th century. After the Second World War till the beginning of Croatian war (1991-1995), Vis was closed for foreign tourists,  it was a Yugoslav military base  and the military remains witnessing this period are to be found all around Vis. Although the visitors, especially yachtsmen, are increasingly coming to Vis and the island is being changed daily the authentic Mediterranean environment is well preserved on Vis. For overnight you have a choice of mooring in the Vis port - harbour – town pier or Kut bay or anchoring in a bay which is also charged.
SIGHTS/THINGS TO DO/ATTRACTIONS: Vis Museum, Archeological sites: ancient remains of Issa, the first urban centre in Croatia, Franciscan church and Conventual Franciscan monastery, biking, hiking and other guided tours 

Lučica on the Lastovo islandDAY 3 - MONDAY

Lastovo- The island of Lastovo is a member of south Dalmatian islands and the most distant inhabited island. Like pearls, there is a thread of 45 small islands and cliffs alongside Lastovo. All together - 46 beautiful and interesting islands. 70% of the island's surface is covered with the forest that is why it is also called the green island. Because of its remoteness and the fact that during communism, for 50 years, it was closed for tourists, Lastovo is well preserved. The entire archipelago, Lastovo and all the islets were declared Park of Nature in order to preserve its beauty and untouched nature. For overnight, you can choose between mooring in marina Vela Lago in Pasadur or restaurants' moorings in Skrivena Luka or Zaklopatica bays. Good anchoring options are Jurjeva Luka or Skrivena Luka.
SIGHTS/THINGS TO DO/ATTRACTIONS: town of Lastovo with its famous chimney- in the mainland,  churches 



Mljet is one of the most beautiful and most forested islands in the Adriatic. Mljet National Park makes up most of the island. The park includes two deep bays which, due to their extremely narrow links with the sea, are regarded as and indeed named lakes: the Great Lake and the Small Lake. In the middle of the Great Lake, there is a small island with the Benedictine Monastery dating from the 12th century. You can access the National park from Pomena or Polače using footpaths or bus. Mooring options: Pomena or Polače, on a jetty or restaurants' moorings. Anchoring options: Pomena or Polače bay. 
SIGHTS/THINGS TO DO: a visit to National Park which also includes a visit to the Benedectine monastery, cycling, hiking 


Korcula town on the island of Korčula

Korčula is a beautiful fortified town of Venetian origins on the same-named island. It's sprung up on a small peninsula which was connected to the mainland with the stone stairways, nowadays one of the city's symbols. According to the legend, Marco Polo is said to be born here. The old city is surrounded by walls, and the streets are arranged in a fishbone pattern. This street plan allows free circulation of air but protects against strong winds. The best mooring option is ACI marina in the town's centre although there are a few places on the town's pier.   
SIGHTS/THINGS TO DO/ATTRACTIONS: house of Marco Polo, the Town Museum, Moreška – a sword dance


Hvar the view from the fortressDAY 6 - THURSDAY

The city of Hvar is certainly one of the most popular destinations on the Adriatic coast not only for its bespoke natural beauty and rich historical heritage but also for its nightlife offer. A group of 20 something islets and rocks situated in front of Hvar, by the name of Pakleni otoci - Hell Islands (or Hvar’s isles as locals would refer to them) is a unique and the most recognisable natural beauty of Hvar. St Klement island is the biggest island in the group. ACI marina is placed in the Palmižana bay on St Klement island Walking from Palmižana bay over the hill (10 minutes) through the botanical park you reach Vinogradišće bay, a beautiful bay with a white sandy beach and turquoise colour of the sea surrounded with the restaurants which terraces border the seafront. HVAR  is to be reached by taxi boats operating till late in the night. 
SIGHTS/THINGS TO DO/ATTRACTIONS: Fortica fortress, Hvar's cathedral, Hvar's theatre, Franciscan monastery, Organised trips: hiking, walking, kayaking.

Split view from Marjan hill

The town of SPLIT, the nowadays capital of Dalmatia expanded itself from the Diocletian Palace, a palace built by Roman Emperor Diocletian in the 3rd century. It is the world's best-preserved palace from late antiquity and on UNESCO's list since 1979. mostly for the reason that the palace continues to live a full life, it is not only a monument from the past. Mooring in our base marina, ACI marina Split.
SIGHTS/THINGS TO DO/ATTRACTIONS: Diocletian palace, Marjan hill – nice view of Split, museums, art galleries





It is time to say GOODBY L ...... but only until next time since we are sure you will like your week of sailing the Croatian islands so much that you will come back 

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