7 Days Sailing Trip from Split, Croatia
Your first step to find your perfect Sailing Holiday is finding your perfect Sailing Destination. We like to recommend this 7-day itinerary of sailing that gives you the possibility of discovering the most amazing secluded coves, bays, hidden islands and beautiful beaches.
Day 1 – Saturday | Split – Brac [10 NM]
Brac is known for its white beach Zlatni Rat, also called the Golden Cape.
It’s the perfect place for those who love windsurfing. Also, the main town of the island gives you a beautiful beach to relax and unwind yourself.
Things to do in Brac.
– Zlatni Rat (a beach with crystal clear water surrounded by nice little bars to have a refreshing drink)
– Murvica and around Murvica (here you can find the most natural and unspoiled small beaches)
– Ranjak (a restaurant in an impressive olive tree garden near village Supetar. An easy reach from Milna, Bobovišča and Supetar)
– Konoba Tomic (a family restaurant in Humac Gornji, food cooked in open fire)
– Taverna Riva (a delightful restaurant based in the village of Bol)
– Wine tasting in Bol at ‘Stina winery.’
– Wine tasting in Dracevica at ‘Senjkovic winery.’
Day 2 – Sunday | Brac – Vis [20 NM]
Vis is one of the most mysterious islands of Croatia, even to the locals. It is divided between two small towns at the foot of two bays; Vis Town in the northeast and Komiza, a fishing village in the southwest with mooring lines on the village dock.
Things to do in Vis.
– Srebrna beach (Also called Silver Beach is a natural back with some rocky areas where you can sit back and enjoy the sun)
– Porat (a lovely sandy beach based on the islands of Besevo)
– Stoncica (a sandy beach)
– Zaglav (another beautiful sandy beach)
– Stiniva (one of the most famous bays in Croatia)
– Budikovac (a turquoise bay with pebble beach)
– Lola (in village of Vis)
– Bako (a fish restaurant in the village of Komiza)
– Pojoda (another fish restaurant in the village of Kut)
– Konoba Magic (a beautiful restaurant in a vineyard)
– Rokis (a restaurant, specialized in Peka dishes, book a table!)
– Wine tasting in the village of Pllisko Polje at the ‘Rokis Winery.’
– Wine tasting in the town of Vis at the ‘Lipanovic winery.’
Day 3 – Monday | Vis – Lastovo [35 NM]
Zaklopatica Bay is located on the small island Lastovo. It is a protected bay with a couple of restaurants that offers mooring lines. Also in front of the village dock, you can find mooring lines. Skrivena Luka Bay is a small private marina and is also a great place to anchor.
Things to do in Lastovo.
– Saplun Bay (located on the east side of the island)
– Fumari (located in the village of Lastovo with great food)
– Tritin (a fish restaurant in Zaklopatica Bay)
Day 4 – Tuesday | Lastovo – Korcula [20 NM]
Korcula is a small and historic town that is also called ‘Small Dubrovnik.’ It’s a great place where you can find a marina you can moor in.
Things to do Korcula.
– Pupnatska Luka Bay (Located on the south side of the island you can find this beautiful pebble beach)
– Pržina (Sandy Beach)
– Bill žal (Sandy Beach)
– Stupe restaurant (The perfect restaurant to have lunch at)
– Ranč Maha (An inland meat restaurant)
– Dimitri Lešić Palace (Located in the city of Korčula)
– Wine tasting in the village of Čara at the ‘Čara winery.’
– Wine tasting in the town of Lumbarda at the ‘Bire winery.’
Day 5 – Wednesday | Korcula – Hvar [32 NM]
Hvar is a renowned place. This small bay town comes from the 13th-Century and has traffic free streets. It has a beautiful main square, many beaches and if you prefer, you can even party at night.
The marina called Marina Palmižana is based in a nature park, only a five-minute water taxi ride from Hvar. Also, Vinogradišče is a good anchorage option. On Pakleni Islands, there are many more anchorage places in front of Hvar.
Things to do in Hvar.
– Borče Bay (A turquoise bay with pebble beach between Milna and Hvar)
– Dubovica (Located in the south of the island you can find this secluded pebble beach)
– Palmižana (A place where you can find the excellent restaurants and lounge bars)
– Konoba ‘Pineta’ in the village of Starigrad
– Bistro ‘Kod Damira’ in the village of Starigrad
– Gariful in the village of Hvar
– Zori at Pakleni islands
– Laganini at Pakleni islands
– Tottos at Pakleni islands
– Paladini in the village of Hvar
– Giaxa in the village of Hvar
– Wine tasting at ‘Tomić winery’ in the village of Jelsa
– Wine tasting at ‘Duboković winery’ in the village of Jelsa
– Wine bar called ‘Tri Pršuta’ in the village of Hvar
– Lounge bar called ‘Laganini’ at the Pakleni Islands
Day 6 – Wednesday | Hvar – Solta [12 NM]
Another day and you will discover this beautiful island called Solta. On the Northeast cost, you will find Stomorska, Rogac and Necujam, the three most popular villages on the island.
Things to do in Solta.
– Sakajet (Located in the village of Maslinica)
– Sismis (you can anchor in the bay and enjoy a great dinner)
– Wine tasting Castle of Martinis Marchi
Day 7 – Wednesday | Solta – Split [10 NM]
As one of the most popular destinations in Croatia, Split has many sailing possibilities and the harbor gives you excellent services. This beautiful city offers you lots of cafes, restaurant, and an excellent nightlife.
Things to do in Split.
– Kaštelet (with many beach bars a popular place for also young people)
– Trstenik (gravel or pebble beach with a shallow entrance)
– Firula (a small sandy beach)
– Ovčice (a small pebble beach)
– Bačvice (Split’s most popular sandy beach)
– Konoba Marjan (one of the most favorite restaurant of travelers including a choice of local food)
– Congo Znjan (a lovely lounge bar and restaurant near the sea)
– Villa Spiza (locals favorite restaurant)
– Oyster and Sushi Bar Bota