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Dalmatian Islands 7 Day Itinerary - Split or Trogir

This route can be sailed from Trogir or either of the Split Bases

Day 1 – Split City or Trogir

On the first evening we recommend you visit either Split City as below or Trogir (more information at the bottom of the page). 

The largest city on the Adriatic Coast, seaside delight Split has been under Roman, Venetian, Austrian, French, Italian and Yugoslav control. There is an abundance of restaurants and wine cellars. The palace and the Split old town (Stari Grad) that was built around it still houses a large number of Croatian families and is a fine example of an old city centre that has not yet lost its character to invading tourists.

Day 2 – Rogac (Solta Island)

The island of Solta is often overlooked when formulating sailing itineraries for the Dalmatian Islands, mainly due to its close proximity to the bases of Split and Trogir. Its close proximity however, should be exactly why Solta merits a visit. Rogac is a charming little village with one very nice restaurant a short walk up the hill offering views out of the bay and across to the mainland.



Day 3 – Vis (Vis Island)

Of all the Croatian islands, Vis is the most mysterious – even to locals. The furthest of the main central Dalmatian islands from the coast, Vis spent much of its recent history serving as a military base for the Yugoslav National Army, cut off from foreign visitors from the 1950s right up until 1989. Vis is a lovely town with a variety of restaurants, bakeries and cafes. The island produced wine is a definite must too!

Day 3 morning – Day Trip to Bisevo

The tiny islet of Biševo has little other than vineyards, pine trees and the spectacular Blue Grotto (Modra Špilja). Between 11am and noon the sun’s rays pass through an underwater opening in this coastal cave to bathe the interior in an unearthly blue light. Beneath the crystal-blue water, rocks glimmer in silver and pink to a depth of 16m.

Day 4 – Hvar (Hvar Island)

Hvar Town is estimated to draw around 20,000 people a day in the high season. It’s odd that they can all fit in the small bay town, where 13th-century walls surround beautifully ornamented Gothic palaces and traffic-free marble streets, but fit they do. Visitors wander along the main square, explore the sights on the winding stone streets, swim on the numerous beaches or pop off to the idyllic Pakleni Islands, but most of all they party at night.

Day 5 – Bol (Brac Island)

Bol is a small harbour and town situated on the south coast of Solta. The town is popular due to its proximity to the internationally renowned beach of Zlatni Rat which is one mile to the west of the town. You will find that the harbour is relatively small so it is worth getting in early but the beach is well worth it!

Day 7 – Trogir or Split City

Trogir – another jewel in Croatia’s crown. This beautiful UNESCO world heritage village offers everything Split can but in a charming little package. Located on its own little island Trogir is surrounded by large town walls which house cobble stone paths, family run restaurants and a surprising number of shops. We can’t recommend visiting enough! 


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