Biograd is one of our most popular departure ports in northern Croatia due to its central location and ease of access, but also as it is regarded a holiday resort in its own right. It has a population of just over 6,000 people and is noted for being the former seat of the medieval Croatian Kingdom.
Day 2 – Kaprije (Otok Kaprije)
In the central part of the Sibenik island archipelago, Kaprije Island Kaprije Island Kaprije Islandgot its name from the capers that blossom on the island. Only 7 sq km, this tiny, flat island is mainly covered by brush interspersed with olive groves and vineyards. The village of Kaprije lies along a charming bay on the southernmost part of the island.
Day 3 – Primosten (Mainland)
Primosten is a gorgeous town that lies at the very south of the Kornati Islands sailing area. This small settlement is built on an island that has been reclaimed by the mainland by way of a man-made spit. It’s known for its indigenous stone houses, churches, narrow Mediterranean style streets and its production of olive oil and wine.
Day 4 – Zlarin (Otok Zlarin)
Known as the "golden island" for its unspoiled natural beauty, Zlarin is an island of pines, sandy beaches, idyllic coves and one traditional village. Zlarin is most famous for its unique culture based upon harvesting coral and turning it into jewellery and ornaments. The inhabitants of Zlarin have been fishermen and sailors forever, and were the first coral fishermen on the Adriatic.
Day 5 – Murter (Murter Island)
With an area of 19 sq km, Murter Island is the largest in the Sibenik archipelago. The ground is hilly and karstic and farmland is scarce but there are olive, fig and almond orchards plus plenty of vineyards. The main village is Murter village in the northwest. North of Murter village are the remains of Roman houses with water cisterns.
Day 6 – Otok Zut
Otok Zut is the second largest island in Kornati island group and is separated from the protected island of Kornat by a two mile wide channel. There are four possible mooring locations with the easiest being the ACI Marina located at the western end of the island. However we would recommend you stick to one of the bays on the north east coast where you can really get away from it all.
Day 7 – Biograd Town (Mainland)
Biograd town is famous in Croatia and is well worth exploring on your final night. There is an abundance of historical sites which are well worth exploring. If however you fancy something a little more relaxing then you’ll find various beaches dotted along the edge of the city. You may also want to do some research into whether any festivals as Biograd is well known for these too!