Split - Middle Dalmatia

Šibenik

Starting point

Trogir

Starting point

Rogoznica

Starting point

Rogoznica

Starting point

Primošten

Starting point

Kaštela

Starting point

Split

Starting point

Rogač

Starting point

SUGGESTED SAILING ROUTES IN CROATIA – MIDDLE DALMATIA

  • Standard route: Split – Maslinica (island of Šolta) – Komiža (island of Vis) – Vis town (island of Vis) – Hvar town (island of Hvar) – Starigrad (island of Hvar) – Milna/Bobovišća (island of Brač) – Split
  • Alternative route: Split – Stomorska (island of Šolta) – Hvar/Vis town – Starigrad (island of Hvar) – Vrbovska (island of Hvar) – Pučišća (island of Brač) – Supetar (island of Brač) – Split
  • Enthusiast route: Split – Vis Town (island of Vis) – Zaklopatica (island of Lastovo) – National Park Mljet – Korčula (island of Korcula) – Hvar Town (island of Hvar) – Starigrad (island of Hvar) – Split
  • North route: Split – Maslinica (island of Šolta) – Zlarin – Žut – Kornati – Primošten – Trogir – Split

About Middle Dalmatia

Middle Dalmatia and it’s islands adorn beautiful nature, rich historical and cultural heritage, entertainment and modern way of living.

These diversities will satisfy appetites of the most demanding visitors. Besides of mentioned advantages, in this region large number of boats are located in many marinas (Aci Split, Kaštela, Trogir, Makarska, Kremik, Rogoznica, Šibenik) and they are all relatively near to the Split airport (maximum two hours by taxi). Some of numerous islands, like Hvar, Brač and Vis are enough grand and miscellaneous to provide diverse services and conveniences for sailors. Island of Hvar (placed on the list of ten most beautiful islands in the world) and Brač are favorite trendy destinations which attract visitors with it’s ideal combination of nature, gastronomy, astonishing architecture and entertainment. Island of Vis is the most distant island on the Adriatic coast which is famous for being asylum for naval forces of every empire through Croatian history until 1990.

Here you can find marinas which offer full comfort (electricity, water, toilet and shower), as well as lonely bays with desolate atmosphere or buoys, anchorages (moorings, berths) and waterfronts of small fisherman villages where you can feel the pulse of domestic population. All islands are equally beautiful and again, each one of them is telling us a different fascinating story. It is on you to choose the way of spending your sailing holiday in Croatia.