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3 days sailing route from Trogir / Split

3 days sailing route from Trogir / Split

Short week sailing route Split, Trogir, Kaštela I 3 days

Trogir / Split – Island Vis – Island Hvar (Pakleni islands) – island Šolta

You would like to sail in Croatia, but can`t fit a standard weekly yacht charter in your schedule, we`ve got you covered. A short week sailing in Croatia is available, especially in shoulder season. However, if you`d like to take a short sailing trip in the high season, it`s possible, but you`ll have to wait for the last-minute availability and booking.

Let us take you on 3 days sailing trip from Split or Trogir and show you the highlights of the islands of Vis, Hvar & Šolta.

Day 1. Check-in on the yacht in Trogir or Split – sailing to the island of Vis

Our 3 days sailing route departs from Trogir or Split to island Vis (town Vis), with a possible swim stop on the Island of Šolta or Brač. Distance between Split and Vis is 30 NM, approx 4-5 h.  Arrival in Vis in the afternoon hours.

Organized private island tour from Vis to Komiža, in the duration of about 2 hours. After a pleasant drive and spectacular panoramic views, arrival in Komiža. Taking a walk down the waterfront leads you to the main square with a beautiful Venetian-style villa called Zonkos Palace. We continue exploring the town following its main street called Ribarska ulica, or in translation The Fishermans Street, and the narrow alleys that bring us to the Fishermans Museum, a fortress built in the 16th century.

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We continue our way through the centuries-old vineyards reaching the famous Tito’s Cave. Tito was a partisan leader in the second world war. There are over 30 different military objects scattered across the island. some of the most attractive are the military tunnels dug throughout the island after 1945 when the island was a major military base for the Yugoslav army.

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The tour continues to a small (organic) agricultural restaurant in the village of Podšpilje for some local food and wine tasting. Continuing through the center of the island we come to the biggest valley, where there used to be A Royal British Airfield in the second world war ( the pillars with red and white stripes that used to mark the runway can still be seen). Arriving at the top of the hill called Križ / The Cross, the road takes us back to Vis town, offering picturesque panoramic views on the whole bay of Vis.

20:00h dinner in town Vis.

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Day 2. Sailing from Vis – Hvar / Pakleni islands

Breakfast on board, 09.30 – 10.00 h setting off from town Vis towards Island Hvar and Pakleni Islands.

Swim stop in one of the bays on Pakleni Islands, where we suggest a brunch stop in Palmizana and visit Dagmar’s “Meneghello” restaurant, which has a relaxing terrace overlooking the bay.  The other option would be to anchor in Vlaka bay on the island of St. Klement. Vlaka bay has a beautiful beach and the nearby vineyard restaurant of “Dionis” where you can stop for a glass of wine or a lunchtime snack and drink. After that you have two options, you can continue to town Hvar harbor, or stay in ACI Marina in Palmižana with a boat during the night. It is very easy and close to transfer from Palmižana by speed boat to town Hvar.

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16.00 h Private Wine tasting tour starting from town Hvar to Jelsa and visit one of the most famous wineries on the Island – Duboković Winery.

19.00 h – return to the town of Hvar and at 19.30 h dinner

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Day 3. Sailing from Island Hvar – Island Šolta

Breakfast on board 9.00 -10.00 h setting off towards the island of Šolta.

Swimming and brunch stop in Tatinja bay on the south side of the island of Šolta. What makes this bay so special is the possibility to spends a fantastic day or evening, fulfilled with relaxed hanging around while swimming, snorkeling, and enjoying the traditional Dalmatian dishes. Lonely Paradise serves traditional Dalmatian cuisine, like “Peka”, fresh fish, and prosciutto. The well-kept stone house is in a natural bay surrounded by a nice pine forest.  

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Arrival in Trogir or Split depending on the base of the yacht, later in the afternoon.

20.00 h dinner in Trogir

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Day 4. Trogir / Split

08.00 -09.00 h Check out of the yacht and departure