Luxury Yacht Charter
Itinerary Croatia | Biograd – Brac – Biograd
Croatia by sea is a refreshing adventure! Croatia is often called the county of 1000 islands, so for sure, there are 1000 things to do. The cost of Croatia has more than 60 marinas, you can find shelter in a safe harbor almost anywhere along the coast.
Biograd - Murter
After embarking, sail to island Murter. Murter has a rich cultural heritage, with several historical sites and monuments worth visiting, such as the remains of a Roman villa, a 16th-century castle, and the Church of St. Michael the Archangel. There are also plenty of restaurants, cafes, and shops in Murter town, where visitors can enjoy delicious local cuisine, buy souvenirs, and experience the local way of life. Overall, Murter town is a lovely place to visit, with its unique blend of history, culture, and natural beauty.
- Roman villa, a 16th-century castle
- Church of St. Michael the Archangel
Murter - Island Kaprije - Primosten
Kaprije is the only settlement on the same named island and it is a suitable destination for those who want to get away from city noise and enjoy in the music of the sea waves and crickets. Due to the beauty of the intact nature on the island and its well-protected port it is an ideal destination for sailors. The main attraction on Kaprije is its beautiful beaches, which are mostly rocky with crystal clear waters.
Primošten area was inhabited as a fortified settlement protected with defensive walls on a small island connected to the mainland by a wooden drawbridge, today connected with a dike. You will be thrilled with its interesting architecture, crystal clear sea and fantastic view walking around the peninsula.
- St. George's Church
- Visit Vineyards
- Olive Groves
Primosten - Drvenik Veli - Solta, Maslinica
Drvenik Veli is known for its unspoiled natural beauty, crystal-clear waters, and secluded beaches. It is a popular destination for those seeking a peaceful and relaxing holiday away from the crowds. The island has only one village, which is also called Drvenik Veli, and it has a small harbor, a few restaurants, and a grocery store. The most popular beach on the island is Krknjaši, also known as the Blue Lagoon, located on the southeastern side of the island. It is a beautiful secluded bay with turquoise waters and is ideal for swimming, snorkeling, and sunbathing.
Sail forward to Solta, Maslinica. Located on the west side of Šolta offering a breath-taking sunset you will need to see. The 18th-century Martinis-Marchi castle is now converted into a luxury romantic accommodation and restaurant facility with a nautical marina that greets more and more guests each year
- 18th-century Martinis-Marchi castle
Solta, Maslinica - Brac, Bol
Bol is the most awarded and one of the most popular holiday destinations on the Adriatic, with a long tradition in tourism recorded from the 1923. It is a small town on south side of the island Brac. Very characteristic are the beautiful beaches, the most famous of which is Zlatni rat, one of the most beautiful beaches in the world judging by various magazines and visitor ratings. This beach is a unique natural phenomenon - stretching over half a kilometre into the sea, its peak shape is continuously changin according to the currents of the sea, winds and waves.
- Dominican Monastery
- Olive Oil Museum
- Wine Tasting
Bol - Solta, Uvala Tatinja - Rogaznica
Uvala Tatinja on Šolta is a picturesque cove surrounded by lush greenery and crystal clear waters. It is situated on the southern coast of the island, near the village of Maslinica, and is a popular spot for swimming, snorkeling, and sunbathing. The cove is relatively secluded, and it’s an ideal destination for those looking to escape the crowds and enjoy some peace and quiet. Visitors can enjoy the serene surroundings, take a leisurely stroll along the pebble beach, or explore the nearby hiking trails that lead to stunning viewpoints and hidden coves. In addition to its natural beauty.
Rogoznica is a small town located on the coast of the Adriatic Sea in Croatia, about 30 kilometers south of the city of Šibenik. It is situated in a protected bay and is known for its beautiful natural surroundings, crystal clear waters, and traditional Dalmatian architecture. The town of Rogoznica has a long and in teresting history, dating back to ancient times. Today, it is a popular tourist destination that attracts visi tors from all over the world. The town has a charming old town with narrow streets, traditional stone houses, and picturesque churches. There is also a marina in the town, which is one of the best in the Adriatic and is ideal for sailing enthusiasts
Rogaznica - Tribunj - Biograd
The town of Tribunj is known for its charming old town with narrow streets, traditional stone houses, and picturesque churches. It has a long and interesting history. Tribunj is also famous for its beautiful beaches, which are mostly pebbly and rocky with crystal clear waters. Some of the most popular beaches in the area include Zamalin, Sovlje, and Vrulje
- St. Nicholas Church
- Vrana Lake Nature Park
- Tribunj Old Town
Disembarking and exploring Biograd.
The town is situated in the heart of the Adriatic coast, surrounded by lush Mediterranean vegetation, olive groves, vineyards, and beautiful beaches. Biograd na Moru is home to several beautiful beaches, such as Soline Beach, Dražica Beach, and Bosana Beach. These beaches offer crystal-clear waters and plenty of opportunities for swimming, sunbathing, and water sports. Biograd na Moru is a popular tourist destination due to its stunning natural beauty, rich history, and charming atmosphere.