Dalmatia Sailing Itinerary
A week discovering of the beautiful Dalmatian Coast…
Maslinica is an authentic treasure located west on the island of Solta and boasts beautiful bays with secluded beaches. Maslinica is a much loved for its nature, unspoilt beaches and crystal-clear sea
The old castle built in Maslinica in 1708 by the Marchi family is now a luxury hotel surrounded by the beauty, history and stunning architecture and picturesque stone houses of the village port.
With water and electricity on the quay this is a very popular harbour in the summer however there are places to anchor in the bay or a quay at nearby Kut which is usually quieter. The town of Vis is historically important and the whole island an unspoilt gem.
Korcula town is among the most beautiful and best preserved medieval towns on the Croatian coast and in all of the Mediterranean, and is justly referred to as ‘Little Dubrovnik’.
This bustling town is one of the most popular in the area and has around 20 moorings. You can also visit Hvar town from the nearby marina at Palmizana.
Milna or as the Venetians called it “Valle di mille navi” is located on the north-west side of the island, Brac.
It is famous for its marvellous bay, in which the ships of the emperor Diokletian have found a secure harbour in the time of the building of his palace in Split. Built in a typically Mediterranean style with a baroque church finished in 1783 in which is the most beautiful on the island.
Stone houses along the beautiful long coastline are small masterpieces of beautiful architecture. Besides historical sights, its scenic beauty and irresistible charm of a typically Dalmatian ‘small town’, Milna will enchant you with its healthy Mediterranean cuisine abundant in fresh fish, quality olive oil and home-made wines.
You can visit the famous Blue Grotto a short excursion away on the island of Biševo. As you enter the cave, sunlight turns to darkness but is quickly illuminated by the bright aquamarine light and is unlike anything else you’ll see in Croatia.