We have prepared an amazing sailing with children itinerary. This suggestion includes visit to nice beaches and bays with shallow water, perfect for swimming and snorkeling. With proper preparation and organization, sailing with children can be easily manageable, but also it will be one of the best sailing holiday you can have!
Departure from Trogir around 5 PM, arrival on the island of Šolta, or its biggest cove Tatinja around 7 PM. Short swim followed by dinner in a local household called “Paradise garden” with a variety of fresh seafood and a beautiful view over this spectacular deserted cove.
Departure from Tatinja after breakfast and sailing towards cove Smrka where is located one of the few remaining WWII submarine bunkers. The next stop is beautiful cove Blaca where there is an optional one hour trek to a famous old monastery carved in the mountain. Guided tours available inside. In the afternoon sailing towards the sleepy village of Jelsa, one of the hotspots for Croatian wines. Tip for dinner: guided wine tasting tour followed by dinner in the most famous local restaurants.
Departure from Jelsa after breakfast and sailing toward the island of Brač and famous Golden horn, the most popular shapeshifter beach in Croatia. The next stop is a hidden blue lagoon and in the afternoon sailing towards Stari Grad. Starigrad is one of the oldest settlements in Europe with incredible cobbled stone streets. Afternoon exploring the city and dinner in a famous restaurant or nearby eco ranch.
Departure after breakfast and sailing toward the island of Vis, more precisely its little islet Budikovac. There is a paradise resort with some of the best seafood around, built by a crazy local chief. The lagoon around this island is a bird refugee, and just across the bay, there is a famous green cave. Afternoon relaxing, fishing, and early dinner in the house of the chief.
Departure after breakfast and sailing towards the village of Komiža, passing by some of the most beautiful coves of Croatia and famous cliffs of Vis. Once in Komiža, it would be possible to rent scooters or cars and explore the inside of the island, its vineyards, viewpoints, WWII memorabilia, etc. The Island of Vis was a former military base, closed to foreigners for more than a century. It was reopened to the public just two decades ago. Dinner at the local house on TOP of the island, with an amazing view. Enjoy the traditional PEKA dish, and autohtonic wine sort called Vugava.
In the morning possible scuba diving to World War II shipwreck, visit of the famous Blue cave or relaxing, and walking around one of the most picturesque island villages in Croatia. Around 2 PM, sailing towards Pakleni islands, to the cove of Vinogradišće. Great food, great parties…
Departure after breakfast towards the Trogir, with afternoon stop for swimming and lunch at the Blue Lagoon – Krknjaši
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