SAILING FROM SPLIT TO KORNATI ISLANDS

Choosing Split as the starting point for your sailing holidays in Croatia is never a wrong call; however, you will surely not regret choosing the Kornati islands as your main sailing destination. This stunning archipelago may consist of bare islands, but its bare beauty is what makes it so special. The archipelago is rich in sharp cliffs, crystal waters, caves, tunnels…; and for sailors, it represents a true paradise.

Here is why you will love the Kornati islands and enjoy all the way from Split on the sailing trip that offers many magical stops along the way.

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DUBROVNIK AND THE ELAPHITI ISLANDS

The city of Dubrovnik, often nicknamed "the pearl of the Adriatic" stands for one of the most stunning towns in Dalmatia and wider.  Visiting the city, especially the old town, seems like constantly being immersed in pure beauty.

It is hard to say what exactly about the city of Dubrovnik is so captivating: the ancient city walls, Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque buildings, glistering blue sea, nice beaches…it is simply the whole package

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KORČULA - CROATIA'S DREAMLIKE ISLAND

We all know beauty standards change but the beauty of Korčula island is timeless. The island is rather narrow, stretching in the east-west direction, and it is one of the biggest islands you will visit when sailing in Croatia. In the past, the island was known as “Black Korčula” due to the dense pine forest that it is covered with. Except for the beautiful Mediterranean flora (that includes diverse aromatic and therapeutic plants) and varied wildlife, what adds more to its charm are the narrow streets and interesting buildings in the settlements. Korčula is part of central Dalmatia and the position allows you to observe stunning sunsets behind the Adriatic.

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MLJET - THE GREENEST AMONG THE CROATIAN ISLANDS

This island is among the larger islands of the eastern Adriatic coast, and it is an inevitable destination when sailing the very south of Dalmatia. Similar to the Lastovo Archipelago, Mljet is also a “green island”.

Actually, it is Croatia’s greenest island: over two-thirds are covered by forest, and a third of the island’s surface is officially a National Park (one of 8 National Parks in Croatia). The island completely deserved that title thanks to its rich underwater life in the clear blue seabeautiful shore, and varied Mediterranean flora.

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LASTOVO ISLAND - THE GREEN JEWEL OF THE SOUTHERN DALMATIAN COAST

One of the eleven nature parks and the youngest in Croatia, the Lastovo Islands Nature Park, graces the southern part of the Dalmatian coast. The archipelago was proclaimed a park of nature to protect its untouched beauty which awaits to be discovered! 70% of the surface of this nature park is covered by trees, and Lastovo Islands are among some of the most forested islands in the Adriatic. This is why it is also known as the Green Island, immersed in the blue of the open sea.

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