almatian Coast, Croatia: Sprinkled with walled towns, pebbly beaches and well-preserved Roman ruins, Croatia’s Adriatic shore is one of Europe’s most stunning coastlines .

Croatia’s drop dead gorgeous Adriatic shore became senssensation and good reason.The coast is spangled with medieval walled towns like Dubrovnik and well-preserved Roman ruins such as Diocletian’s Palace in Split.Off shore lie thousand islands that can be explored by sail boat, motor yacht, while cool natural attractions like National Park .

Day 1 | Split – Milna (Brac Island) Distance: 14 NM

Start your sailing holidays in the Split port center. From Split, on a first day, set your sails to Milna, a small town located on the beautiful island of Brac.

Day 2 | Maslinica (Brac Island) – Vis Town (Vis Island) Distance: 20 NM

Vis, famed for its crystal clear sea and protected the underwater world (including underwater in situ museums), is the furthermost island in the central Dalmatia. Being so far-flung from the shores, tourism in Vis developed slower than on islands closer to the mainland. Vis was also a military base until the 1990s, with very limited access to the island. This makes Vis today even more appealing to visitors because it’s better preserved and a way less crowded than neighboring islands of Hvar and Brac. Vis, with its hidden bays, accessible only by boat, is a dream destination for any sailor.

Day 3 | Vis Town (Vis Island) – Komiza (Vis Island) Distance: 12 NM

Komiza is small charming fisherman’s village on the west side of the island of Vis. This small fishing village is located at the foothill of Hum, a hill on the west side of the island of Vis. Cut off from the rest of the island by the hill, it faces the sea and therefore, it is no wonder that traditional Komiža cuisine is founded precisely on seafood delicacies and quality local wines.A visit to the “Blue Cave” on the nearby island of Bisevo is highly recommended.

Day 4 | Komiza (Vis Island) – Hvar (Hvar Island) Distance: 21 NM

The town of Hvar, on the island of Hvar, has always been a very popular port for sailing boats. Known as a playground for rich and famous, Hvar town is also very rich in history and natural beauty. With only 15 buoys, mooring in the town’s harbor is almost impossible, especially during the high season. But there is the ACI marina in Palmižana, on the nearby Pakleni Islands, just 2.5 nm from the town. The town of Hvar is about cultural landmarks, exquisite food, partying, and sports activities, particularly scuba diving, rock climbing, cycling and of course sailing. Make sure to experience some of these activities. On the island of Hvar, you’ll also find great wine and interesting winemakers, as well as very good olive oil and lavender-based products.

Day 5 | Hvar (Hvar Island) – Bol (Brac Island) Distance: 17 nm

A picturesque town of Bol located on the island of Brač is one of the most popular destinations on the island. Located on the south shores of the island, just below Vidova Gora Mount, Bol’s main attraction is the most popular beach in Croatia, Zlatni rat (Golden Horn Beach). With its numerous cultural and historical sights, it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Croatia. We’ve put together a comprehensive Brac Travel Guide if you are interested in further reading.

Day 6 | Bol (Brac Island) – Stomorska (Solta Island) Distance: 14 nm

Stomorska, a romantic village on the north part of the island of Solta, is the most popular nautical destination on the island. A village, set in a wonderful bay, just a few nautical miles from the neighboring island of Brac, is perfectly protected from winds and houses are mostly built using white stone. Stomorska is definitely the best, a natural port on the island,

Day 7 | Stomorska (Solta Island) – Split

Distance: 11 NM

On your last day, set sails from Milna back to Split.

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