You can also set off from nearbymarinas like Trogir, Maslinica or Kastela
Split – Milna (Brač) (approx. 12 NM)
The city of Milna is the most beautiful prot on island Brač, it is well protected against wind so it is a perfect place to halt yachts and boats. Milna is situated in the lower part of the wide bay on the west coast of the island. Crystal blue water, pine forests and insolated stone buildings will stay with you for long. The charm is also added by a large number of restaurants, pizzerias and coffee shops in the vicinity of the sea.
Milna – Stari Grad (Hvar) – Hvar (Hvar) (approx. 30 NM)
Stari Grad is the oldest city in Croatia – it is situated in a deep bay along the north west coast of island Hvar. The city is surrounded by vineyards, tree orchards and pine woods. The main activity of the natives is the production of wine, olive oil and tourism. The local taverns and restaurant serve local home-made specialties and perfect traditional self-made wines. Many tourists are also attracted by cultural monuments and sports and recreational objects.
Hvar is one of the most wanted and most popular places on the Dalmatian Riviera. Plenty of hotels, taverns and restaurants offer perfect home-made specialties, and the developed infrsastructure of sports objects will satisfy the needs of people who like to spend time in an active way.
Day 3 Hvar
Hvar – Vis (Vis) (approx. 16 NM)
Island Vis is a good choice for those who want to experience the life style and Mediterranean atmosphere, so unique today. The cultural and historic heritage, crystal clear sea, cosy beaches and many small bays make you feel like in heaven. The town of Vis is located in the north part of the island along the bautiful bay of St. Juraj. Many luxurious restaurants and traditional taverns in the heart of the city will captivate you local specialties and nice atmosphere. Unfortunately, the Vis port is poorly protected from wind.
You can also consider staying in Komiza (port and city) located at the Western coast of the island, in the North-Eastern part of the wide gulf. The port is protected from north-eastern winds, but exposed from the south west. Komiza is considered the birthplace of fishery. The majestic mountains should be highlighted at the bottom of which lies the city. The view you see when you approach the port from the sea in unspeakable – you must see it! You can also rent scooters in Komiza and explore the island on land, and the views that await you are breathtaking.
Vis – Bisevo – Komiza (Vis) (approx. 22 NM)
Near island Vis, there is a small island Bisevo famous from a blue cave where light comes through an underwater entrance at high noon, reflects from the white day and illuminates it in astonishing shade of blue. The entrance to the cave is allowed only by a small boat (e.g. a pontoon) in good weather conditions.
The city of Hvar is very popular among sailors – it is known as a playground for the rich and the famous. The city is has many cultural monuments, perfect restaurants and taverns. It offers event and sports for the active (diving, climbing, bikes). In the evening, the city goes vibrant in taverns as well as in near-port disco clubs. Unfortunately, a small number of buoys and spaces for yachts make it difficult to find a place (especially in peak season). If you won't be able to find a place, you can consider halting in marina Palmizana 2.5 mile away.
Komiza – Palmizana (Hvar) (approx. 23 NM)
There is a group of 20 islands and reefs on the south west coast of Hvar – they are known as the Hell's Islands. Wooded islands on the crystal clear water, numerous quiet beaches highlight the character of Croatia. The best shelter in these regions is Marina Palmizana on the north east coast of St. Clement island which perfectly protects against winds, however the south winds can bring tidal waves.
Palmizana – Trogir (approx. 28 NM)
Don't treat Trogir only as a place where you collect and return the yacht. Trogir is literally a city museum – it is considered the best preserved Romanesque and Gothic city in Central Europe. Specific narrow lanes will stay with you for long – you will easily feel the spirit of past times. In the evening, the city is vibrant – plenty of taverns, restaurants near to historic architecture.
Trogir – Split (approx. 16 NM)
Don't treat Split only as a place where you collect and return the yacht – this is one our favourite sites. The main attraction is the Diocletian's Palace located in the heart of the city. In Split, you will find perfect restaurants offering local specialties – a perfect place to say goodbye to Croatia.