Route 7 (14 days)


1 - Split

Without hiding their pride, the people of Split will tell you that their city is "the most beautiful one in the world and beyond". You better not discuss this with them for well spirited Split will convince you in this as soon as you discover it! This for ever young city with the population of about 200,000 that give it its warm Mediterranean temper, has lived its urban rhythm for as long as 1700 years, with its heart in the Diocletian Palace and its soul widespread to embrace you. Ever since the life of the city protected by the UNESCO and entered into the register of the World Cultural Heritage has been writing the history of this unique capital of Dalmatia.

The city of Split is situated in the warmest region of the northern Mediterranean coast, in the very centre of the Adriatic eastern coast and in the immediate vicinity of the rivers Jadro and Žrnovnica that have been watering it for 1700 years. Its mild climate, with 2700 sunny hours per year, makes it an oasis where, sheltered from the wind, sailors can enjoy the sun even in wintertime.

2 - Stomorska (Šolta)

Stomorska, on the north-east side of the island Solta. It is a small village with a few hundred inhabitants. It is famous for its old sailboats and there are about dozen of them. During the summer months Stomorska is also popular harbour for touristic ships, as well as for the numerous sailing boats and yachts. There are in Stomorska several restaurants, pizza restaurant, wine cellars, night club and disco club. You can spend the evening on the terasse of the hotel with live music. And you also have a long boardwalk along the sea.

The beaches are situated in the village and around it. For practising sport you have ground tennis courts with all the facilities. Stomorska is the oldest town on the island on the water.

3 - Vis

The town of Vis is located in the north-eastern part of the island Vis in the bottom of a well protected bay. It developed from the former settlements Kut and Luka, which became one entity in the 16th century by the building of the church Gospa od Spilica. Island Vis, the beauty of limpid waters and protected submarine world rich with sunken ships and magic marine images that has been hidden for years. Relax on secluded beaches of numerous peaceful bays, in transparent blue sea and under the hot sun of Vis. 

Many visitors, and especially the yachtsmen, are coming more and more to Vis. In every moment you can see changes in life-style, but at the same time Vis has kept the old, irresistible Mediterranean charm and life without stress and trouble. Vis hides much more interesting details, which are waiting for you to discover !

4 - Komiža (Vis)

Komiža is positioned in the deep-lying open port on the western coastline of the island of Vis and at the foot of nearly 600 meter high Mt. Hum, Komiža remains a picturesque Mediterranean town, with narrow streets, attractive stone houses squeezed together along the harbor and numerous beaches. The mild Mediterranean climate makes a stay in Komiža desirable even during the winter months. Along the entire eastern coast of Komiža bay there are many pebble beaches with springs of fresh, flowing water at Gusarica, Nova Pošta, and Velo Žalo. The maritime zone of Komiža is well-known for its wide selection of fish: the waters surrounding the island of Jabuka are famous as one of the richest condensation of tuna in the area, and all the islands of the Vis archipelago contain large crabs and quality fish.

5 - Zaklopatica (Lastovo )

Zaklopatica is a wooded bay placed on the northern side of the southern Dalmatian island of Lastovo. It is only 2 km from the inland city of Lastovo and 7 km from the ferry port of Ubli. Besides 15-odd houses and three restaurants, the island offers a lot of sunshine and crystal clear waters. Zaklopatica as well as the rest of Lastovo is heaven for divers and sailors who can enjoy the well-know beauties of the Lastovo archipelago and its magnificent bays. On the west side of the island of Korčula is the town of Vela Luka, located in a deep and wide bay indented by many coves, whose shores are covered with vineyards, olive trees, figs and pine trees gently down towards the sea. With its 4500 inhabitants Vela Luka is the second largest town on the Adriatic islands, a safe anchorage and harbor for sailors. Broad panoramic views, mild Mediterranean climate, clear waters, interesting and rich cultural heritage, various sports, recreational and entertainment facilities, and warm-hearted and hospitable people make Vela Luka an attractive tourist destination.

6 - Pomena (Mljet)

Pomena is a small village as well as a harbour located at the west end of Island of Mljet, about 2 km away from village of Govedari. Pomena has just over 50 permanent inhabitants. They live of farming, fishing and tourist trade. Pomena was initially founded by Govedjari people, as that was their nearest sheltered bay and access to the sea. They used to come to Pomena mainly to fish. However, since the growth of tourist trade in the area, and construction of Hotel Odisej, Pomena became more of the tourist place.

Being located on just over 15 minutes walk to Malo Jezero (Small Lake) of Mljet National Park, Pomena nowadays has its hotel, couple of restaurants and coffee bars, souvenir shops, agencies etc… Pomena, as a bay, is a very safe place for anchorage, being sheltered by tiny island of Pomestak, which acts as a local naturist beach too.

7 - Mljet

The south Dalmatian island of Mljet is the biggest island of Dubrovnik archipelagos, eighth biggest in the Adriatic Sea, most southerly and most easterly among Croatian islands. It is completely covered by evergreen plants and mostly wooded by dense pine tree forests. According to many, it is one of the most beautiful islands on the Mediterranean. The island was know in history to all ancient Mediterranean nations by names Mel, Melita, Melada, La Melada, … The island of Mljet was homeland of Illyrians, Romans and finally, Croatians when Narantines from the mainland settled on the island.

8 - Šipan

Sipan Island is the largest of the Elaphiti Islands at 16.5sq km. The main port is Sudurad which is connected by road to Sipanska Luka, the other major town. In between is a verdant landscape of olive and fig trees, vineyards and citrus groves. Sipan is famous for its wine and interesting history. During the 15th century it was a chic summer getaway for the very best Dubrovnik families, many of whom built palaces on the island. There's also a late-Gothic Rector's Palace and ruins of archbishop's palaces. Sipan's beaches are less exalted than on Lopud but you'll have no trouble finding a pleasant place to leap into the clear sea.

9 - Dubrovnik

The 'Pearl of the Adriatic', situated on the Dalmatian coast, became an important Mediterranean sea power from the 13th century onwards. A small city and a onetime state, Dubrovnik has always been a cultural metropolis. As one of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Dubrovnik owes its special charm to the historic monuments which testify to its rich history. The works of the artists, writers and scientists of Dubrovnik have been woven into the texture of the city, whose tourist reputation and attractiveness are based on its culture. Numerous highly valuable churches and other sacral objects, the city walls, fortresses and museums of Dubrovnik enchant every visitor to this ancient city. Among many cultural events including exhibitions, concerts and plays, particularly prominent is the Dubrovnik Summer Festival, with its musical and theatrical performances taking place in numerous open-air venues.

10 - Trstenik (Pelješac)

Trstenik is one of the oldest towns on Pelješac, with beautiful natural coves and beaches, a clean and clear sea, surrounded by a dense pine forest. It is a favourite summer resort for visitors who seek tranquillity, peace, natural beauty and the typical Dalmatian atmosphere. Trstenik is an ideal port for smaller and larger vessels. Above the town, you can discover the "Ćućin" hill, a habitat of mouflons and wild boars, so tourists, in addition to the possibility of spear fishing, have a chance to hunt this game in the vicinity of the town.

11 - Korčula

The town of Korcula, the historical centre of the island, has a very nice location in the Peljesac Channel. Korcula is among 20 paradise islands. „The greenest, most independent and most interesting of Croatia's 1,185 and more islands, Korcula was a favorite Greek holiday spot over 2,000 years ago.

Very much a law unto itself - as you might expect from a community that resisted the sieges of centuries - Korcula town is a mini-fortress enclosed with honey-colored stone walls that contain hidden treasures, from icons to Tiepolos, as well as architectural delights in every narrow, cobbled street. „The Observer, Sept 2003. It is the birthplace of the adventurer and traveller Marco Polo. Today Korcula is an important tourist centre. Tourism has a years-long tradition on the island.

12 - Vela Luka (Korčula)

Situated on the western side of the island of Korcula (Croatia) in a large bay dotted with many tiny islets and surrounded by tranquil inlets, Town of Vela Luka is an oasis of Dalmatia and Mediterranean influences: mild climate, unpolluted sea and air, olive groves, fig trees, tuneful melodies. Vela Luka is surrounded by the richness and beauty of Nature. It is the 2nd largest settlement on the Adriatic islands, a safe harbour for seafarers. The cultural identity of Vela Luka arises from the traditional merging of man and nature. A few kilometers from the center of Vela Luka we find traces of early human settlement at the "Vela Spila" cave. Archeological finds from Vela Spila can be viewed at the Cultural Centre in Vela Luka. Also view the numismatic collection and the only Henry Moore sculpture in Croatia.

13 - Palmižana (Hvar)

The oldest and most famous Hvar’s resort and the nautical marina. Palmižana (Vingradišće lagoon precisely) is a spacious lagoon with shallow and sandy beach as a part of Pakleni Otoci. It is surrounded by the thick, pine forest, fragrant heather and rosemary bushes and various, exotic plants. Palmizana’s richness comes from the Meneghello family which for over a hundred years has been devoted to creating a paradise of cultural tourism, preserving nature and untouched beauty.

Renowned for the absence of cars and with extensive footpaths and trails, kids can run around safely, parents can relax with no worries, and lovers can discover hidden bays and crystal-clear sea. Here nature is still pure and pristine with few reminders of the modern world. You can leave the world behind, snoozing at midday under pine trees edging the waterfront. Here you can find perfect rest, restore your inner peace, strengthen your body and rejuvenate your mind. Sail to Palmizana because it is an ideal location for everyone!

14 - Milna (Brač)

Milna is located on the western part of the island Brac part of the Croation Dalmatian islands. Only 18 kilometers from Supetar, it is famous for its marvellous bay, in which the ships of the emperor Diokletian found a secure harbour in the time of the building of his palace in Split. Today Milna is a sleepy village, there is a marina with several berths which attracts many a famous name arriving on their fabulous superyachts, we think it is like St Tropez forty years ago! Milna is the best natural harbor on the island of Brac. Nice coves with sand and pebble beaches (Pasika, Osibova, Lucice, Maslinova) stretch in the vicinity of the harbor. There is also a very nice public beach at the cove of Vlaska. Sports and recreational facilities are available and include soccer, basketball and volleyball playgrounds, bocce grounds and table tennis. For those that prefer more active vacations, Milna offers many activities such as swimming, scuba-diving, fishing and spear-fishing, surfing and sailing.


Ilijana & JoŠko PiliĆ

Stepinčeva 25 Split, Croatia +385 (0)21 533 675 +385 (0)95 399 07 38 +385 (0)91 518 1347

Had a great time, lovely boat and friendly staff! - Bavaria 40 "Crazy Love"

Guests from Australia

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Family from Norway

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Guests from Croatia

It was our first boat experience. We just loved every moment of this experience and discovered these magnificient islands of Croatia, with the beautiful nature, the rich culture, the tasty foood and wine. We had a really great time and enjoyed every moment with llijana and Josko.

Family from Netherland

Our sailing trip with Josko and Ilijana was absolutely magnificent! Ilijana was doing the cooking for us and we liked her typical croatian, dalmatian dishes a lot! We will definitely try to come back as soon as possible! Thanks a lot to both of them for this very special and wonderful trip!

Family from Germany

That was one of the best sailing weeks ever. On the boat everything was working perfectly. During the journey we had great support from Adria sail Charter team , Ilijana and Josko!

Guests from Croatia

We enjoyed out trip and felt secure - Bavaria 40 "Crazy Love"

Guests from Poland

Everything was perfect, we would have liked to stay longer. NEXT STAY WE SURELY WILL - Bavaria 44 "Sreca"

Family from Netherland

Excellent boat, extraordinary and friendly staff, always on our service. Recomendation!- Bavaria 44 "Sreca"

Family from Great Britain

Super team, will always recommend it! - Bavaria 40 "Crazy Love"

Guests from Germany

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